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    Marteze Waller
    Marteze Waller

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Eatonton, Ga.

    High School:
    Putnam County HS [Ga.]

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 209

    Position:
    RB

    Experience:
    3rd

    11/29/2014

    Fresno State Wins MW West Division with Victory Over Hawaii

    Bulldogs withstand late Hawaii rally

    10/03/2014

    Bulldogs defeat San Diego State, 24-13

    In their 1,000th game in program history, the Bulldogs defeat San Diego State.

    09/26/2014

    Burrell leads Fresno State past New Mexico, 35-24

    QB Brian Burrell led Fresno State to their second straight win.

    09/21/2014

    'Dogs Get on Winning Track, Defeats SUU 56-16

    Steady rushing attack and defensive interception leads to 56-16 win

    09/20/2014

    Fresno State Defeats Southern Utah in a Team Effort, 56-16

    Fresno State spread the wealth, with three quarterbacks throwing touchdown passes to four receivers.

    10/10/2014

    Fresno State vs. UNLV (USA Today)

    Fresno State vs. UNLV; photos by Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

    10/03/2014

    San Diego State at Fresno State (USA Today)

    San Diego State at Fresno State (USA Today); photos by Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

    09/20/2014

    Southern Utah at Fresno State (USA Today)

    Fresno State defeats Southern Utah; photos by Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

    09/13/2014

    Fresno State vs. Nebraska

    Fresno State vs. Nebraska

    09/06/2014

    Fresno State vs. Utah

    Bulldogs football

    Marteze-Waller-BioLast updated on July 15, 2014

    2013 (Sophomore): Named to the Mountain West All-Academic team ... played in all 13 games, drawing one start at running back against UNLV, Oct. 19 ... was second on the team in rushing, carrying the ball 124 times for 646 yards ... had a team-high seven rushing touchdowns ... averaged 5.2 yards per rush with a long of 39 yards that came against UNLV ... his 157 yards rushing at Idaho on Oct. 5 was the highest rushing total by a Bulldog in a game all season ... scored two TDs on the ground in back-to-back games at Hawai'i and at Idaho ... also caught 23 passes for 173 yards on the season ... finished with 819 all-purpose yards.

    2012 (Freshman): Named to the Mountain West All-Academic team ... finished as the team's second-leading rusher during his true freshman season ... had 41 carries for 174 yards and one touchdown ... averaged 4.2 yards per carry ... caught two passes for 11 yards ... had a season-high 15 carries on Nov. 3 against Hawai'i when he racked up 42 yards rushing ... rushed for 63 yards on 13 carries with a touchdown in the win over Colorado ... had five rushes for 32 yards at Colorado State when he had a season-long run of 16 yards.

    High School: Named first-team All-State for Class AA by the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Georgia Sportswriters Association in both 2010 and 2011 ... was The Telegraph's All-Middle Georgia GHSA Football Player of the Year in 2011 ... played in the GACA North/South All-Star football game on Dec. 30, 2011 ... entered the starting lineup midway through his freshman year and ended prep career with 6,260 rushing yards - good for 13th on Georgia's all-time record list (123 yards more than legendary running back Herschel Walker) ... after team went 2-8 during his freshman season, he led the War Eagles to a 25-6 record from 2009-11, which was the school's highest three-year win total since going 26-12 from 1995-97 ... helped lead Putnam County to a 9-3 overall record as a senior and the AA Region 4 Championship when he ran for 2,180 yards and 23 touchdowns ... averaged 8.8 yards per carry as a senior ... had a 249 yard rushing game and two 300-yard games during senior season, including a 320-yard, three-TD effort against Jefferson County in a first-round playoff defeat ... as a junior he led the state in rushing with 2,155 yards and 19 touchdowns.

    Personal: Born in Eatonton, Ga. on Aug. 8, 1993 ... son of Nikki Mullins and Detrich Waller ... has one sister, Talexia ... majoring in kinesiology-exercise science

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