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20   Calvin Cass Jr.
Calvin Cass Jr.

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Sicklerville, N.J.

High School:
St. Augustine Prep

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 200

Position:
SB


09/15/2014

Navy Opens Home Slate Saturday Against Rutgers

The Mids have won eight consecutive games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

06/03/2014

Meet The Mid Presented By Verizon Wireless--Senior fullback Quinton Singleton

Meet senior fullback Quinton Singleton from Davis Station, S.C.

05/11/2014

Meet The Mid Presented By Verizon Wireless--Junior punter Gavin Jernigan

Meet junior punter Gavin Jernigan from Lawndale, Calif.

02/07/2014

Naval Academy Honors Football Team At Annual Banquet

Sophomore quarterback Keenan Reynolds named MVP for the second-consecutive year

• At Navy: Enters the fall battling for third on the depth chart with fellow sophomore Julian Turner at the Z-receiver spot ... moved to wide receiver from slot back after spring camp ... coaches think he has a chance to contribute immediately at wide receiver ... could also see time at slot back ... has good hands and can make things happen after the catch ... physical player who should adapt well to the wide receiver blocking schemes ... good athlete.

• 2013: Did not see any varsity action.

• High School / Personal: A 2013 graduate of St. Augustine Prep School, Cass was a three-sport athlete who earned letters in basketball, football and track & field (sprints) ... earned First-Team All-Cape Athletic League honors, as well as First-Team All-South Jersey recognition in football ... recipient of the Maxwell Award his senior year ... led the state of New Jersey and set high school records for rushing yards (2,001) and touchdowns (37) as a senior (on 257 carries) ... led St. Augustine to the 2012 Cape Atlantic League Championship with an 8-2 record ... an Honorable Mention All-Cape Atlantic League selection in track in 2012 ... carried the ball 53 times for 261 yards and three touchdowns in his conference championship game in which St. Augustine Prep won, 41-40, in overtime ... rushed for 336 yards in his first career start at running back which set a conference mark ... played wide receiver his first three years in high school ... ran in the Meet of Champions of New Jersey in the 4x100 ... also had an offer from Army ... named to the President's List for his academic success ... created the "Never Say Never" Foundation in memory of his late uncle, Robert White, who was a quadriplegic ... an Army graduate, his father played running back for the Black Knights football team ... son of Calvin Sr. and Marshella Cass ... majoring in English.

12/23/14 vs San Diego State 9:30 PM