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A look back at Miguel Maysonet's college career

Stony Brook's Miguel Maysonet rushes to the one-yard

Stony Brook's Miguel Maysonet rushes to the one-yard line in the second quarter against Villanova in the first round of the NCAA FCS playoffs at LaValle Stadium. He scored a touchdown on the next play. (Nov. 24, 2012) (Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke)

Stony Brook running back Miguel Maysonet will attend the NFL Scouting Combine from Thursday through Sunday. Here’s a look back at his statistics and highlights:

 

2012 season

267 atts. – 1,964 yds. – 7.4 avg – 23 Total TDs (21 rush, 1 receive, 1 KOR)

Career (includes 2009 at Hofstra)

773 atts. – 5,110 yds. – 6.6 avg. – 56 Total TDs (51 rush, 4 receive, 1 KOR)

Highlights

-- Set Stony Brook and Big South Conference records for career rushing yards (4,725), avg. rush per game (127.7), total TDs (53) and rush attempts (695).

-- 1,964 yards rushing in 2012 is 11th-best in FCS history

-- 5,110 career rushing yards is 17th-best in FCS history

-- Set rushing career-high 3 times in 4-game span in 2012 (198 vs. Colgate, 220 at Army, 233 at Coastal Carolina)

-- Rushed for 158 yards, including 71-yard TD at FBS Syracuse in 2012

-- Two-time Big South Offensive Player of the Year in 2011-12

-- Earned FCS All-American honors for 2012 from six organizations

-- Finished second in voting for 2012 Walter Payton Award as FCS Player of the Year

-- Invited to two postseason All-Star games but unable to compete because of injury

-- First Stony Brook player ever invited to NFL Scouting Combine

-- Projected to be drafted in 4th or 5th rounds

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