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New Mexico: Excellent, sure-handed receiver who is a red zone threat with his size and agility ... a key blocker on the outside in UNM's run game ... a 2015 Spring Camp Hard Hat winner.

2014 (Junior Season): Played in all 12 games for the Lobos this season ... finished the season with five catches for 24 yards ... never had more than a single catch in any game, but recorded a catch in five ... had his longest of the season for eight yards against UTEP in the opener.

2013 (Sophomore Season): Started to show signs of being a playmaker on offense ...co-leader on the team in receptions (19) and touchdown catches (two) ...finished with 261 receiving yards and a 13.7-yard average per catch ... had an auspicious debut against UTSA, recording three receptions for 53 yards, including a 37-yard catch for a touchdown ... had a career-high four receptions against Wyoming, totaling 48 yards ... 52 yards on three receptions vs. Fresno State, including a career-long 39 yarder ... five games with multiple catches.

2012 (Freshman Season): Played in all 13 games with one start in 2012 ... did not catch a pass but recorded one carry for six yards in UNM’s pistol-option scheme ... a solid starter on special teams.

High School: A first-team Division I, All-Section 3 wide receiver for Boulder Creek and coach Dan Friedman in 2011...also earned honorable mention All-State from the Arizona Republic...caught 33 passes for 398 yards and four touchdowns as a senior... also threw a 29-yard TD pass and had a 75-yard punt return for a TD...finished with 34 receptions for 401 yards as a junior...Bundy’s high school coach says he has great passion for the game and a tremendous upside ... attended Cesar Chavez High School in Laveen, Ariz., during his freshman and sophomore years.

Personal: Born Aug. 5, 1994 in Phoenix, Ariz ... full name is Marquis Juneil Bundy ... son of Michael Bundy and Lisa Bundy ... one older brother, D’Mikel Bundy... majoring in liberal arts ... dad played as an offensive lineman at the University of Arizona ... favorite athlete is Michael Jordan.

 

 



 

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