Four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver, tight end and contributor on special teams … Played in 17 career games with six starts … Moved to tight end from wide receiver prior to his senior season … Caught 17 passes for 146 yards and a touchdown in four-year career … Battled injuries throughout his collegiate career.
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 year ... Ranked fourth on team in receptions (16) and sixth on the team in receiving yardage (141) … Caught 16 passes for 141 yards and a touchdown on season ... Grabbed five receptions for 31 yards against Penn (Oct. 18) … Reeled in a 34-yard touchdown catch at Monmouth (Oct. 11) … Also made two tackles on special teams.
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.