Luke Meets with Media for First Weekly Presser of 2017 Season
2017: Appeared in seven games as a receiver wide receiver ... Hauled in seven catches for 67 yards ... Saw time at receiver in the opener with South Alabama (9/2/17) ... vs. UT Martin (9/9/17): Hauled in three catches for 27 yards ... at Cal (9/16/17): Caught two passes for 16 yards ... Saw the field at No. 1 Alabama (9/30/17) ... Made his first catch in SEC play in the Arkansas game (10/28/17) ... Had one catch for 17 yards in the win over Louisiana (11/11/17) ... Received the Eli Manning Award as the spring's most improved offensive player
2016: Played in every game as a backup WR ... Totaled 11 catches for 157 yards and a TD on the year ... Earned third letter ... vs. Wofford (9/10/16): Had three catches for 46 yards and a TD ... vs. #11 Georgia (9/24/16): Completed a 37-yard pass to Evan Engram on a double pass ... at #22 Arkansas (10/15/16): Caught three passes for 26 yards ... at #23 LSU (10/22/16): Rushed once for a 4-yard loss ... vs. #15 Auburn (10/29/16): Had two catches for 32 yards ... at #8 Texas A&M (11/12/16): One catch for 26 yards ... vs. Mississippi State (11/26/16): Caught two passes for 27 yards.
2015: Played in every game as a backup WR ... Sixth on team with 31 catches and 380 receiving yards, hauling in three touchdowns ... Earned second letter ... vs. UT Martin (9/5/15): Made two catches for 63 yards, including a 56-yard TD from Chad Kelly ... vs. Fresno State (9/12/15): Made two catches for 10 yards ... vs. Vanderbilt (9/26/15): Made a career-high six catches for 52 yards ... at #23 Florida (10/3/15): Caught two passes for 18 yards and the Rebels’ lone touchdown, while rushing once for a 3-yard gain ... vs. New Mexico State (10/10/15): Caught three passes for a career-high 76 yards and a career-long 66-yard TD catch ... at #22 Memphis (10/17/15): One catch for 10 yards ... vs. #15 Texas A&M (10/24/15): Caught five passes for 27 yards ... at Auburn (10/31/15): Caught three balls for 38 yards and rushed once for a 1-yard loss ... vs. Arkansas (11/7/15): Had five grabs for 76 yards ... Sugar Bowl vs. #16 Oklahoma State (1/1/16): Caught two passes for 10 yards ... Preseason All-SEC fourth team punt returner (Phil Steele).
2014: Played in every game as a punt returner and backup wide receiver ... Finished the year with 14 catches for 173 yards ... Led team with 18 punt returns for a 5.3-yard average ... Earned first letter ... vs. Boise State (8/28/14): Returned one punt for 2 yards in his college debut ... at Vanderbilt (9/6/14): Returned a punt for 24 yards ... vs. UL-Lafayette (9/13/14): Made first three catches of his career (for 28 yards) and returned two punts for 17 yards ... vs. Memphis (9/27/14): Caught two passes for 12 yards and returned three punts for -5 yards ... vs. #1 Alabama (10/4/14): Caught an 18-yard pass for a key first down and returned a punt for 9 yards ... vs. Tennessee (10/18/14): Had a punt return for -2 yards ... at #23 LSU (10/25/14): Caught one ball for 12 yards and returned a punt for 1 yard ... vs. #3 Auburn (11/1/14): Returned three punts for 20 yards ... vs. Presbyterian (11/8/14): Caught two passes for 11 yards and returned three punts for 18 yards ... at Arkansas (11/22/14): Had one catch for 37 yards and returned one punt for an 8-yard loss ... vs. #4 Mississippi State (11/29/14): Returned one punt for 20 yards ... Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl vs. #6 TCU (12/31/14): Led team with four catches for 55 yards ... Member of the 2014 signing class.
HIGH SCHOOL: A U.S. Army All-America selection ... Hauled in a 16-yard reception and led the West team to a 28-6 victory in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... A consensus 4-star prospect ... Rated the No. 90 overall recruit in the country by ESPN.com and No. 99 by 247Sports.com ... Member of the Rivals250 ... Listed as one of the nation’s top 15 wide receivers by 247Sports.com and ESPN.com ... Ranked No. 2 in Mississippi by ESPN.com and No. 3 by Scout.com and 247Sports.com ... Listed No. 5 on The Clarion-Ledger Targeted 22 list and named to the publication’s Dandy Dozen ... Chosen to play in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game ... A first team All-State pick by The Clarion-Ledger as a senior ... First team Class 4A All-State and Region 7-4A Offensive Player of the Year by the Mississippi Association of Coaches ... Totaled 1,891 yards of offense and 21 touchdowns as a senior, gaining 1,170 yards on the ground and 528 yards on 35 catches through the air ... Also passed for 94 yards ... Had 16 tackles, two interceptions, two passes defended, one fumble recovery and a forced fumble on defense ... Lined up at quarterback, receiver, safety, cornerback, kick return and punt return ... Caught 44 passes for 770 yards and seven TDs as a junior, while adding 444 rushing yards and five TDs on the ground ... Coached in high school by Perry Wheat.
PERSONAL: Son of Demetrice Magee ... Full name is Markell Deshawn Pack ... Born: May 21, 1995 ... Majoring in general studies (minors in education, legal studies, recreation administration) ... Cousin of former Rebel LB Garry Pack.
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