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Player Profiles



Ivan                               McCartney
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Ivan
McCartney
Class: Sr.
Hometown: Miami, Fla.
Height: 6-2
Weight: 182
Sport: Football
Position: WR

Biography

-Rejoined the team in summer 2013
-Has played in 33 career games with 11 starts

2012 (Jr.)
-Played in eight games before leaving the team in November
-Made one start against TCU
-Finished with nine catches for 112 yards, an average of 12.4 yards per catch and a long of 52 yards
-Collected three catches for 26 yards against Kansas State
-Had three catches for 19 yards against James Madison
-Finished with a 52-yard reception against Marshall
-Also had a five-yard catch against Maryland and a 10-yard reception against TCU

2011 (So.)
-Played in 13 games and started 10 at wide receiver
-Named third team All-Big East (Phil Steele)
-Ranked No. 7 in the Big East in receptions (3.8 per/g) and No. 9 in receiving yards (45.0 yards/g)
-Third on the team in catches and yards and fourth in receiving touchdowns
-Tallied a career-best 131 receiving yards against UConn, including a 51-yard catch, also a career best
-Grabbed a game-best five catches for 54 yards against Bowling Green, including a 33-yard TD
-Caught a career-best eight catches for 101 yards, in second career start at Maryland One of three players to finish with over 100 yards receiving at Maryland, the first time three players have netted at least 100 yards on catches in WVU history and the first time since 1998 WVU has had multiple 100-yard receivers
-Caught four passes for 61 yards against Louisville
-Tallied 59 yards on six catches in against LSU
-Recorded first career touchdown and five receptions in season-opening win over Marshall

2010 (Fr.)
-Played in 12 games
-One catch for four yards against Rutgers
-Finished with one carry for two yards against UNLV

High School
-Coached by former Mountaineer Damon Cogdell at Miramar High
-Played in the U.S. Army All-American game
-Named 2009 Florida Class 6A All-State First Team
-Sporting News Top 35
-Broward County Florida Times Union No. 1 wide receiver and Super 75 overall
-Miami Herald Top 5 in South Florida
-As a senior, 37 catches for 747 yards and 10 touchdowns
-Also had 16 punt returns for 625 yards and three touchdowns
-Miramar had a combined record of 32-8 in McCartney’s three seasons including a state championship and 14-1 record in 2009

Personal
-Birthday is Oct. 5
-Son of Ivan, III, and Azya McCartney
-Majoring in communications

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