Philadelphia Eagles

Name  David Ball
Born  6/6/1984
Height  6-1
Weight  200
College  New Hampshire
Recently became just the third player in New Hampshire football history to have his number retired...Broke several NCAA marks during his stay at New Hampshire, including Jerry Rice's record for most career touchdowns (58)...He also finished second among the NCAA leaders with 4,655 career receiving yards and he tied Rice's mark for 100-yard receiving games with 23...In 2006, he broke his own school record by making 93 catches...Finished his senior year with 1,114 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns...Best season came as a junior, when he hauled in 87 passes for 1,551 yards and 24 touchdowns...Known for hisexcellent route running and hands...Hard worked...Highly productive...Knows how to score...Lacks some speed and quickness...Needs to add some strength...Didn't play against the toughest of competition.

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