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25 David Marrs
David  Marrs


Bluefield, Va.

High School:
Graham HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200




UVa Football Team to Sponsor Fourth Annual "Get in the Game. Save A Life" Program

Bone Marrow Registration Drive Set for Tuesday, April 23

- Was selected as an exact match and donated his stem cells to a bone marrow patient at the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in April ... became a donor through UVa's annual bone marrow registry drive, "Get in the Game, Save a Life."


2014 - Appeared in three of UVa's 12 games ... saw time against No. 7 UCLA, Richmond and at No. 21 BYU. 2013 - Appeared in three games ... saw action against VMI, at North Carolina and at Miami ... UVa's defensive scout player of the week for the Miami game. 2012 - Missed entire season with an injury. 2011 - Appeared in one of Virginia's 13 games ... made collegiate debut against William & Mary. 2010 - Redshirted ... selected by the UVa coaches as the scout team player of the week against Duke.

Four-year letterwinner at Graham High School for his uncle, Doug Marrs ... played quarterback, safety and punter ... three-year captain ... earned All-Southwest District honors at all three positions ... was honorable mention all-state as a quarterback in 2009 after passing for 1,144 yards and rushed for 944 yards ... also registered 75 tackles, four interceptions and tallied 30 touchdowns ... all-region honoree as a punter and quarterback ... lettered three years in basketball, four years in baseball, four years in track & field and one year in soccer ... earned all-district honors in basketball and baseball ... member of the National Honor Society, BETA Club and MGA ... was a camp counselor for the Ahmad Bradshaw Football Camp ... youth member at Ebenezer United Methodist Church ... son of Rick and Karen Marrs ... has two older brothers, Drew and TJ ... majoring in physical therapy ... brother TJ was a deep snapper at Tennessee.



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