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7 Lamar Raynard

Enters his third season of action with N.C. A&T after redshirting his first … After two seasons of starts, he has become one of the experienced quarterbacks in the MEAC … Had a breakout season as a sophomore where he earned All-MEAC second-team honors before sustaining a season-ending injury in November … Will enter the season as the Aggies No. 1 quarterback on the depth chart … Threw two touchdown passes during the 2016 Blue & Gold Spring Game … Threw for 216 yards on 19-for-33 passing and one touchdown in the 2017 Blue & Gold Spring Game … In 2015 spring game, was 22-for-36 for 230 yards and two touchdowns and a rushing touchdown … Has a big arm and can pull it down and run effectively when needed … Has played in 19 games with 13 starts and has thrown for a career 2,121 yards and 21 touchdowns and seven interceptions … He is ninth all-time in Aggies history in passing yards … In his career, Raynard has completed 190 of 331 passes (.574) … Also has seven career rushing touchdowns.

2016 Season: Played in nine games with eight starts … Completed 135 of his 209 pass attempts for 1,489 yards … Threw 14 touchdowns and six interceptions … Rushed for 30 yards and three touchdowns on the season … Raynard’s completions, pass attempts, passing yards and touchdown passes were all career-highs … Broke the single-season pass percentage record by completing 64.6 percent of his passes … Had his season cut short with a chest injury prior to the Nov. 12 game at Delaware State … Still managed to earn second-team All-MEAC honors … Led the MEAC in passing efficiency (140.8) and completion percentage … Ranked second in the league in passes completed per game (15.0), second in touchdown passes, fourth in passing yards per game (165.4) and was sixth in total offensive yards per game (168.8) … Nationally, ranked ninth in completion percentage, 21st in passing efficiency and 52nd in points responsible for per game (11.3) … Had a career game at Bethune-Cookman on Oct. 15 when he threw for 277 yards and three touchdowns on 20-for-31 passing including an interception … It marked his first career game of throwing for 200 yards or more … Followed that performance by throwing for 230 yards and a touchdown on 20-for-27 passing including two interceptions in a 42-17 Aggies win over Florida A&M on Oct. 29 … Had three touchdown passes while throwing for 191 yards on 13-for-18 passing in a 34-7 win at Howard on Oct. 22.

2015 Season: Played in 10 games with five starts … Completed 55 of his 122 pass attempts for 622 yards … Threw seven touchdowns and one interception, and he also rushed for 40 yards on the season … Made his first career start on Sept. 5 at home against Shaw University where he threw for 188 yards on 14-for-27 passing with three touchdowns and one interception … He also ran for a touchdown in the 61-7 win over the Bears … Had his most accurate game of the season on Oct. 31 when he was 11-for-19 for 115 yards and a 53-yard touchdown pass to Malik Wilson in the Aggies 28-10 win at Florida A&M … Threw a 38-yard touchdown pass to Khris Gardin in the Aggies loss at UNC.

2014 Season: Did not play the entire season.

High School: Played his high school football at High Point Andrews under head coach Rodney McCoy…Completed 61 percent of his passes (108-for-175) for 2,168 yards and 29 touchdowns…Led Andrews to a 2-AA state title in 2013 … Led High Point Andrews to the 18-14 win over Monroe in the NCHSAA 2-AA state title game with a 38-yard touchdown pass with 1:02 remaining in the contest.

Position: Quarterback
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 200
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: High Point, N.C.
High School: Andrews
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