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Carlton Agudosi, WR

Carlton Agudosi

NFL Position: Wide Receiver
CFL Position: Wide Receiver

Ht: 6’6”
Wt: 220 lbs.
College: Rutgers
Hometown: Somerset, New Jersey
Born: February 1, 1994


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Scouting Report: Big wide receiver that presents mismatch nightmare for defensive backs…uses size and length to his advantage…competitive…strong work ethic and character.

College: During his career at Rutgers, played in 45 games with six starts…totaled 35 receptions for 513 yards and two touchdowns…averaged 14.7 yards per reception with a long of 58…also compiled 14 total tackles on special teams during career (10 solo, 4 assists).

2016 (Redshirt Senior): Played in all 12 games with two starts at wide receiver … averaged 11.1 yards per catch on eight receptions … scored one touchdown … added five tackles on special teams … notched a 14-yard catch at Maryland (11/16) … honored on Senior Night prior to game versus No. 9 Penn State (11/19) … picked up three receptions for 25 yards at Minnesota (10/22) … recorded a 23-yard catch versus Illinois (10/15) … hauled in a seven-yard touchdown reception in win over Howard (9/10) … started the season opener at No. 14 Washington (9/3) and had a reception for five yards.

2015 (Redshirt Junior): Played in nine games with four starts at wide receiver … averaged 18.4 yards per catch on 17 receptions … had two catches in win at Army (11/21) … had a 49-yard reception at Wisconsin (10/31) … started against No. 1 Ohio State (10/24) and had two receptions for 76 yards, including a catch of 58 yards (tied for longest reception of the year for the team) … collected three catches for 72 yards in the fourth quarter at Indiana (10/17), including two third-down receptions on game-winning drive … had a 40-yard grab against the Hoosiers … scored first career touchdown and totaled three receptions for 28 yards in win over Kansas (9/26) … recorded 80 yards on a game-high six receptions at Penn State (9/19) … made first career start at wide receiver in the season-opening win over Norfolk State (9/5).

2014 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played all 13 games during season … one of 27 in the program named Academic All-Big Ten (12/10) … totaled five receptions for the year for 32 yards … also had three tackles on special teams … had a catch in the red zone in win at Maryland (11/29) … had one reception for 18 yards at Nebraska (10/25) … made first catch of the season for seven yards against Howard (9/6) … saw action on special teams in win at Washington State (8/28) … entered the 2014 season listed on the depth chart.  

2013 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 11 games at wide receiver and on special teams … finished the season with five catches for 79 yards … made six-yard receptions against USF (12/7) and UConn (11/30) … two tackles on special teams at SMU (10/5) and against USF (12/7) … brought in two catches versus Houston (10/26), including first career reception … made collegiate debut against Norfolk State (9/7) … moved up the depth chart in spring practices, competing for a spot in the receiving corps rotation with his height and ability to create space … slowed by an injury during summer camp.

2012 (Freshman): Did not see game action … redshirted.

Prior to Rutgers: Three-year letterwinner for head coach Lou Solomon at Franklin … had 33 receptions for 697 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior for the Warriors … No. 22 prospect in the state of New Jersey according to SuperPrep … three receptions of 70 yards or longer in 2011 … finished career with school records for receiving yards (1,577), yards per reception (20.0) and receiving touchdowns (17) … Home News Tribune and Courier News All-Area First Team selection … Star-Ledger All-Group Four Second Team selection on offense … First Team All-Somerset County selection by the Star-Ledger … three-star recruit according to Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com … 13th-rated prospect in New Jersey by Rivals … rated as the No. 66 wide receiver nationally by Rivals … listed as the No. 26 prospect in New Jersey by ESPN.com … caught 42 passes for 865 yards and eight touchdowns en route to all-area honors as a junior.


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