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3 Tre McBride

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2015 East-West Shrine Game participant … All-America honoree who was a three-time All-CAA selection at wide receiver … Also a former CAA Special Teams Player of the Year who earned all-conference accolades as a kick returner … Finished his career ranked second in career receptions at W&M (196) … Also ranks fifth in receiving yards (2,653), fifth in all-purpose yards (4,281), tied for sixth in touchdown catches (19), fifth in kickoff return yards (1,294) and third in 100-yard receiving games (eight) …

Invited to participate in the East-West Shrine Game … Selected to the All-CAA First Team as a wide receiver for the second consecutive season … Honored as the Touchdown Club of Richmond WR/TE of the Year … VaSID All-State Second Team selection … Ranked second in the CAA in all-purpose yards per game (131.2), fourth in receptions per game (5.8), fourth in receiving yards per game (73.5) and sixth in kick return average (20.7) … Finished the season with 64 catches for 809 yards with four touchdowns … Set a school record with 359 all-purpose yards against No. 5/4 Villanova … Totaled a career-high 11 catches for 209 yards with two touchdowns versus the Wildcats … Yardage total ranks as the sixth-best effort in school history … The 11 catches were the most by a Tribe player since 2004 … Recorded eight receptions for 134 yards versus No. 21 Richmond … Registered six catches for 101 yards with a touchdown in the win against Norfolk State … Posted a touchdown in the win at Towson … Hauled in a career-long 73-yard reception in the triumph against Lafayette … Preseason All-America selection by The Sports Network … Preseason All-CAA honoree as a wide receiver and return specialist …

Honored as the CAA Special Teams Player of the Year … Earned first-team All-CAA distinction as a wide receiver and second-team accolades as a kick returner … Selected as a honorable mention All-American by the College Sporting News ... Garnered first-team VaSID all-state honors as a wide receiver and kick returner … Appeared in all 12 games and earned 11 starts … Finished the season with a team-high 63 receptions for 801 yards with five touchdowns … Also led the team with 1,533 all-purpose yards, which ranks ninth on W&M’s single-season list … Ranked third in the CAA with 127.8 all-purpose yards per game … Ranked fifth in the conference in receptions per game (5.25) and seventh in receiving yards per game (66.8) … Led the CAA and ranked 15th nationally with 27.5 yards per kickoff return - a figure that ranks second on W&M's single-season list … Totaled 605 kickoff return yards, which ranks fourth on W&M’s single-season list … Recorded touchdown catches five consecutive weeks during the conference slate … Registered three catches for 108 yards, which included a 40-yard grab, in the season opener at West Virginia … Honored as the CAA Special Teams Player of the Week after totaling 282 all-purpose yards, which included nine receptions for 108 yards, in the season finale at Richmond … The all-purpose yardage ranks 10th on W&M’s single-game list … Hauled in a career-high 10 receptions for 84 yards with a touchdown in the win against No. 19/16 James Madison … Also recorded touchdown receptions versus Penn, No. 14/17 Maine, No. 16/17 New Hampshire and No. 15/21 Delaware … Registered eight catches for 87 yards in the win against Rhode Island … Totaled six catches for 88 yards against No. 16/20 Towson … Posted a career-long 78-yard kickoff return in the win against Hampton … Preseason third-team All-America selection by Phil Steele … Preseason All-CAA choice … Honored as the W&M QB Club Co-Offensive Player of the Year ...

All-CAA second-team selection ... Started all 11 games and led the team with 55 receptions for 897 yards and 10 touchdowns ... Also led the team with 1,130 all-purpose yards ... Totaled seven carries for 62 yards ... Ranked second in the CAA in receiving touchdowns (10), a figure that ranked tied for fifth on W&M's single-season list ... Ranked third in the conference in yards per catch (16.3), fourth in receiving yards per game (81.5), seventh in receptions per game (5.0) and eighth in all-purpose yards per game (102.7) ... Yards per game average ranked 27th nationally ... Finished the season with three 100-yard receiving games and four-multi-touchdown performances ... Totaled five receptions for 123 yards with three touchdowns - all coming in the first half - at Old Dominion ... Hauled in a career-long 72-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter versus the Monarchs ... Recorded seven catches for 79 yards with two touchdowns at James Madison ... Also logged a 29-yard run against the Dukes ... Registered five receptions for 91 yards with two touchdowns against Lafayette ... Also posted two touchdown catches at New Hampshire, as he recorded four receptions for 72 yards ... Totaled a career-high 242 all-purpose yards against Delaware ... Tallied seven catches for a career-high 137 yards against the Blue Hens ... Totaled seven catches for 128 yards with a touchdown in the win at Penn ... Earned his first career start in the season opener at Maryland, registering six catches for 97 yards ... Honored as the W&M QB Club Offensive MVP ...

Saw action in all 11 games, becoming the first W&M true freshman wide receiver to play since D.J. McAulay in 2005 ... Finished the season with 14 receptions for 146 yards and four carries for 29 yards ... Totaled three catches for 50 yards against Old Dominion ... Recorded three catches for 40 yards the following week in the win at Richmond ... Honored as the W&M QB Club Rookie of the Year ...

Three-year varsity starter for head coach John Kovzel at Ola High School ... A talented playmaker with great ball skills, he recorded more than 1,500 all-purpose yards as a senior ... Finished the 2010 season averaging 9.8 yards per carry and more than 25 yards per reception with 10 touchdowns ... Garnered all-region accolades in 2010 for the second consecutive year ... Selected All-Southern Crescent ... Named to the Southern Crescent Top 12 Most Wanted Football Recruits ... Earned the Mustang Scholar-Athlete Award and was chosen as the OHS Offensive Player of the Year ... Totaled 1,000 all-purpose yards with seven touchdowns as a junior ... Averaged more than 8.5 yards per carry and more than 20 yards per reception ... Garnered all-region honors in 2009 ... Selected as the 2009 OHS Athlete of the Year ... Following his junior year, he posted an outstanding performance at the National Underclassman Combine (NUC) and Rivals combine in Atlanta where he earned MVP honors for wide receivers ... Also lettered in basketball and track ... Two-year letterwinner in basketball and track (as a jumper) … Team's leading scorer during the Georgia State basketball playoffs ... An outstanding student, he ranked in the top 5 percent of his senior class ... A Georgia Merit Scholarship winner and a Distinguished Honor Roll Student ... First chair trumpet player for the OHS concert band ...

Son of Douglas and Pamela McBride … Father, Douglas, played football for three years at Northeastern … Volunteers with Serve the City and Campus Kitchens ... Enjoys listening to music and playing trumpet ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Member of the ROTC and Sigma Mu Sigma service fraternity.

Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: McDonough, Ga.
High School: Ola
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