Made one start and played in five games as a senior tight end … Saw action in the first five games and started at tight end at Princeton (Sept. 30) before being sidelined for the last five games due to injury … Listed all year on the depth chart at tight end … Caught one pass on the year, a five-yard reception vs. Georgetown (Sept. 23) … Also made two tackles (two assists) on special teams vs. Georgetown.
Saw action in three games: at Georgetown (Sept. 24), vs. Princeton (Oct. 1) and at Brown (Nov. 19).
Missed the entire season due to injury.
Started five and played in nine of 10 games on
A 2014 graduate of Diamond Ranch High School in Pomona, Calif. where he played two years of varsity football for head coach Roddy Layton … 2011 Player of the Year and Defensive MVP ... Two-time All-Hacienda League selection (First Team in 2013 and Second Team in 2012) ... Named team player of the year as a senior ... Finished senior year in 2013 with 27 receptions for 653 receiving yards and eight touchdowns … Two-time Hacienda League Champions … Led the Panthers to a 9-2 overall, undefeated 6-0 league record, Hacienda League title and CIF state playoff appearance as a senior … Led Panthers to a 7-4 record, Hacienda League title and CIF state playoff appearance as a junior … Played football, baseball and ran track ... Lettered in football and track ... Two-year team captain ... Played six different positions in football during his high school career including wide receiver and linebacker.
Born Marcus Malik Briscoe on November 9, 1996 … Son of Richard and Cheryl Briscoe … Chose Columbia for the opportunity to attend an Ivy League school … Enrolled at Columbia College and majors in Political Science.