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Quan Warley

Quan  Warley

RS Senior

Thomasville, N.C.

High School:
Thomasville HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 200


2009 (Redshirt Sophomore): Was not eligible to participate in football activies ... Returned to the squad during spring drills, 2010 ... Did not dress for the annual Spring Game for precautionary reasons.

2008 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 10 games, starting seven in the backfield ... Named to the inaugural Southern Conference All-Freshman team ... Rushed for a team-high 688 yards on 149 carries with two touchdowns ... Caught 20 passes for 130 yards including a long of 30 yards ... Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing barrier for the first-time in his collegiate career with a career-best 202 yards on 29 carries in Western's road win over Presbyterian becoming just the eighth different Catamount to surpass 200 yards rushing in a single-game, the first since 2000 ... Was named SoCon Freshman of the Week following his 200-yard effort ... Rushed for 102 yards on 22 carries against Georgia Southern, while also recording a career-best 50 yards receiving in earning his second SoCon Freshman of the Week plaudits ... He also sliced through the GSU defense for a nine-yard rushing touchdown late in the second quarter ... Carried the ball nine times for 90 and a 17-yard touchdown run in WCU's annual Spring Game.

2007 (Freshman): Suffered a broken ankle during preseason which required surgery on the non-load bearing bone ... Granted a redshirt ... Officially had one carry during WCU's annual Spring Game.

Prior to Western: Was a two-time Associated Press North Carolina Player of the Year marking just the third athlete to garner the award multiple times and the 16th running back all-time to earn the honor ... Warley joined Nick Maddox who went on to Florida State and Chris Leak who played at Florida ... Also a three-time all-conference and all-area selection ... Led the West with 68 yards on 10 carries in the 2007 East-West game ... Rushed for over 8,100 yards and 106 TDs in three seasons, leading Thomasville HS to three-consecutive state championships and a combined record of 45-3 ... Scored 82 touchdowns in his final two seasons as a prep.