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Demarcus Ayers

WR

#14

Experience: 1 year

Height: 5-11

Age: 24

Weight: 190 lbs

College: Houston

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Biography

PRO CAREER: Appeared in 2 career games (1 start), catching 6 passes for 53 yards (8.8 avg) and 1 touchdown ... also has carried the ball two times for -12 yards.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted in the 7th round (229th overall) by the Pittsburgh Steelers ... cut by the Steelers and signed to the New England Patriots practice squad (9/4/17) ... signed to Chicago Bears practice squad (11/23/17) ... signed to Bears (1/2/18).

COLLEGE: Played in 40 games with 22 starts at Houston (2013-15) ... finished his career third in school history in career kickoff return yards (1,613) ... totaled 141 receptions for 1,686 yards with 9 receiving touchdowns, to go along with 152 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown ... added 1,613 kickoff return yards with one kickoff return for a touchdown, to go along with 317 punt return yards with one punt return for a touchdown ... in 2015, was named first team All-AA[ as a wide receiver and as a return specialist, as he led the conference and finished sixth in the nation with 98 receptions, as well as totaling 290 yards with one touchdown (73-yarder) as a punt returner ... in 2013, earned AAC Co-Special Teams Player of the Year honors, and was named first-team All-AA[ as a kick returner, as he led the conference with a 27.6 kickoff return average, and his 1,021 kickoff return yards set a school record for a freshman.

PERSONAL: Attended Lancaster High School (Lancaster, Texas) ... as a senior, totaled 1,337 rushing yards with 16 rushing touchdowns, to go along with 180 receiving yards with three receiving touchdowns ... also threw for 1,823 yards with 22 passing touchdowns as a senior, as he helped lead his team to the state championship game ... was named MVP of the 2012 IFAF U-19 World Championship, as he led Team USA with seven catches for 155 yards and a score in title game victory vs. American Samoa ... was also the school's starting point guard in basketball.

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