Thomas Mayo
WR #19
California (PA)

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Signed by Raiders as non-drafted free agent, May 4, 2012.

Signed by Raiders as non-drafted free agent, May 4, 2012…Played final collegiate season (2011) at California (Pa.) after transferring from Concord University…As a senior, played in 13 games and led team with 79 receptions for 1,359 yards and 16 touchdowns…Also paced team in scoring with 104 points…Averaged 104.5 receiving yards per game …Led team in receiving for three straight years at Concord…Became first Concord player to be named a regional finalist for the Harlan Hill Award, presented to the nation’s top Division II player…As a junior, hauled in 74 passes for 1,315 yards and 14 touchdowns…Ranked second in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in receiving…As a sophomore, recorded 72 catches for 1,368 yards and 11 touchdowns…Led nation in receiving yards, setting a program record and ranking fifth-best in WVIAC history…Averaged 124.4 receiving yards per game to lead the WVIAC…Tied a program record with 16 receptions, for 253 yards, in a single game…As a freshman, paced team with 43 catches for 336 yards and three touchdowns…Attended South Lakes High School in Reston, Va. …As a senior, totaled 37 receptions for 540 yards and four touchdowns.

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