Fourth-year team member who should increase impact as a junior in 2015 • cornerback who could also play special teams • has four tackles in 19 career games • projected as No. 2 cornerback behind sophomore Malcolm Brown entering pre-season • one of the team's fastest players • recorded one tackle in the Blue-White Spring Game.
Saw action in nine games as a backup cornerback and special teams player as a sophomore • did not see action vs. Colgate, James Madison, and New Hampshire • recorded a solo tackle vs. Delaware State • had two tackles and a pass breakup in the Blue-White Spring Game.
Played in a backup role at cornerback and also saw action on special teams as a redshirt freshman • moved to defense in spring drills after starting career as a wide receiver • after missing the first two games of the season with an injury, returned and saw action in the final 10 contests • recorded three tackles (two solo) on the season • had two stops vs. Wagner and added a tackle against Maine • made a smooth transition to defense and enjoyed a solid spring • led all players in the Blue-White Spring Game with nine tackles, including five solo stops.
Did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility • played wide receiver on scout team.
Standout wide receiver and defensive back for head coach Jason Voshyski at Academy Park High School • honorable mention All-State selection by Pennsylvania Football News as a defensive back in both 2010 and 2011 • earned All-Del Val Conference honors all three varsity seasons, earning first team all-purpose honors on offense and defense in 2011, first team honors on defense in 2010, and honorable mention honors at wide receiver and defensive back in 2009 • earned first team All-Delaware County honors on defense in 2011 and honorable mention notice in 2010 • named Academy Park High School team Most Valuable Player as a senior • as a senior, posted 77 tackles and three sacks and returned four of his five interceptions for touchdowns, caught 13 passes for 192 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 632 yards and eight touchdowns • for his career, registered 165 tackles, six sacks, seven interceptions (six for touchdowns), 42 receptions for 790 yards and six touchdowns, and rushed for 964 yards and nine touchdowns • team went 8-4 in 2011 and advanced to regional quarterfinals • also competed in track & field.
Mark W. Doe • born Jan. 27, 1994 in Monrovia, Africa • son of James and Comfort Doe • oldest of four children • psychology major at Delaware • would like to become a doctor in the field of clinical psychology • father is a graduate of Delaware rival Villanova University.
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Tackles: 2 vs. Wagner, 2013