2015 Camps
Princeton Football BIO
88 Mark Hayes

At Princeton — 2010: started all 10 games at tight end … caught 11 passes for 107 yards … scored first collegiate touchdown in 24-21 victory over Columbia; touchdown came on a five-yard throwback from quarterback Tommy Wornham … caught five of his 11 receptions in final two games; had three catches against Yale and two for 28 yards at Dartmouth … caught two passes for 32 yards at Harvard, including season-long catch of 17 yards. 2010: saw significant varsity action as the No. 2 tight end … made his first collegiate catch for one yard at Columbia.

At Bishop Kelley — caught 34 passes for 582 yards as a tight end/receiver senior year ... also recorded 14.5 sacks that season ... earned all-state and Tulsa World all-metro honors ... named the Bishop Kelley Offensive Player of the Year ... Angelo Prassa Team MVP ... played basketball from freshman to junior year.

Personal — born Nov. 30, 1990 ... son of Jeanne Hayes and the late Mark Hayes ... mother is a pediatrician; father was an orthopaedic surgeon who specialized in the spine ... has three sisters, Lauren, Emily and Mary ... has a brother David ... enjoys camping, fishing and hiking.

Year Rec. Yards Avg. TD Long Avg/Gm
2011 11 107 9.7 1 17 10.7

Position: Tight End
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 255
Year: Senior
City/State: Tulsa, Okla.
High School: Bishop Kelley