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Lucky Whitehead
Lucky Whitehead

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Manassas, VA

High School:
Osbourn

Last College:
Dean College

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 163

Position:
WR

Major:
Public Safety Administration


12/09/2014

Nine C-USA Honors Bestowed to FAU Football Players

Lucky Whitehead and Andrae Kirk were named 1st Team members

12/07/2014

Football Honors Outstanding Players at Season Ending Banquet

2015 Season Tickets are on Sae Now

11/29/2014

Football Loses Season Finale to Old Dominion 31-28

Whitehead Returns Punt for Touchdown in Loss

11/24/2014

Bucz, Whitehead Named FAU Players of the Week

Junior Agi Bucz broke two FAU records at the Georgia Tech Invitational

11/22/2014

Football Loses in Waning Seconds at Middle Tennessee

Owls play host to ODU, noon Saturday

03/19/2014

FAU Football 2014 Spring Practice

FAU Football 2014 Spring Practice

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2014: Starting slot receiver in the season opener at No. 22 Nebraska...led the team with five catches for 40 yards, including a 20-yard score...had one carry for a loss of -3...led the team's return game with three kick returns for a total of 105 yards, including a 44-yard return...had his second-consecutive team leading performance with six receptions for a total of 42 yards...tallied eight yards on the ground in three carries...had four added up to kick returns that added up to 86 yards...game three saw Whitehead show his versatility with five receptions for a total of 38 yards, two puntreturns for 71 yards and four carries for 48 yards, including a career long 47 yarde...earned special teams player of the week honors after Tulsa...had a great Wyoming game with 200 all-purpose yards...his day included three punt returns for 91 yards and a long of 65...added five receptios for 28 yards and three carries for 24 yards...also had two kick returns for a total of 57 yards...his longest was for 32 yards...led the Owls with seven receptions in the UTSA contest, one for a late game herioc score...recorded 79 receiving yards in the game with a long of 36 yards...added two carries for a total of 0 net yards...tallied two punt returns equaling four yards...his three kick returns were for a total of 86 yards...led the Owls with eight receptions for 84 yards versus FIU...added a rush for three yards a punt return for 21 and three kick returns for a total of 65 yards...credited with 173 all-purpose yards in the contest...led the squad with eight receptions, after spending the morning recovering from flu like symptons that almost sidelined the senior...recorded 125 yards in the game, including two score and one was a 61-yard game winner...had one punt return for a loss of two yards and tallied five kick-off returns for a total of 94 yards...ended the day with 217 all-purpose yards yards...led the team at No. 23 Marshall with 11 receptions for 102 yards...second-consecutive game with 100+ yards...longest catch of the day was a 30 yarder...had one carry for four yards...tallied 89 all-purpose yards in the UAB game...credited with eight receptions for 83 yards and two scores...had four punt returns for a total of six yards...led the Owls with four receptions but was held to just 18 yards...had two carries for 21 yards at UNT...added five punt returns for 47 yards with the longest return a 20-yarder...led the team with 125 all-purpose yards despite not being a part of the return game...tallied six catches for 39 yards, his longest was a 16 yarder...opened the game with an 80 yard rush for score which is the earliest FAU has ever scored...the 80 yards also marked the longest carry from the line of scrimmage...it was his first rushing TD and the senior averaged 28.7 yards per carry in the game with a total of three....led the Owls with three receptions versus ODU...credited with 28 receiving yards...had one carry for 19 yards but had a punt return for 73 yards and score which was the first punt return for a score since 2001...ended his final collegiate campaign leading the Owls and C-USA in receptions with 76...he was ranked statistically in several national categories and was named first-team C-USA...named the team's Offensive MVP at season's end.

2013: Joined the team in January...had first career touchdown reception against Middle Tennessee and had his first multiple touchdown game with two against New Mexico State, one rushing and one receiving...longest reception of the season was 64 yards for a touchdown against NMSU and was named FAU Student Athlete of the Week for his performance in that game...had one start in the season opener against Miami and 10 game appearances...had a total of 284 all-purpose yards on the season.

Dean College: Played for Dean College where he earned first team All-American honors as well as first team All-Conference recognition at both wide receiver and return specialist...recognized as the team's special team player of the year as a senior.

High School: Played for Steve Schultz at Osbourn High School where he earned first team All-Conference honors as a wide receiver and defensive back.

Personal: Majoring in public safety administration...son of Karen Morris and Rodney Whitehead...career goals include creating a program to keep children out of trouble.

Career State

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Game-by-Game
2013 Season: Miami (Rec: 1-18, KR: 2-34); Middle Tennessee (Rec: 1-21 1 TD); Rice (Rec: 3-27, R: 1-9); UAB (Rec: 1-28, R: 1-3); Southern Miss (Rec: 1- -2, KR: 1-24, PR: 1-1); New Mexico State (1-64 1 TD, R: 2-23 1 TD); FIU (1-34)
2014 Season: Nebraska (Rec: 5-40 1 TD, R: 1- -3, KR: 3-105); Alabama (Rec: 6-42, R: 3-8, KR: 4-86); Tulsa (Rec: 5-38, R: 4-48, PR: 2-71); Wyoming (Rec: 5-28, R: 3-24, PR: 3-91, KR: 2-57; UTSA (Rec: 7-79, 1 TD, R: 2-0, PR: 2-4, KR: 3-86); FIU (Rec: 8-84, R: 1-3, KR: 3-65, PR: 1-21); Western Kentucky(Rec: 8-125 2 TDs, PR: 1- -2, KR: 5-94); Marshall (Rec: 11-102; R: 1-4); UAB (Rec: 8-83 yards 2 TDs, PR: 4-6); North Texas (Rec: 4-18, R: 2-21, PR: 5-47); Middle Tennessee (Rec: 6-39, R: 3-86 1 TD) ; Old Dominion (Rec: 3-28, R: 1-19, PR: 1-73)

Career Game Highs
Receptions: 11 at Marshall (10/25/14)
Receiving Yards: 125 Western Kentucky (10/18/14)
Touchdowns: 2 Western Kentucky (10/18/14)
Longest Reception: 64 New Mexico State (11/23/13)
Carries: 4 Tulsa (9/13/14)
Longest Rush: 80 yards Middle Tennessee (11/22/14)
Touchdowns: 1 3X
Kick Returns: 5 Western Kentucky (10/18/14)
Longest Kick Return: 64 yards UTSA (9/27/14)
Punt Returns: 5 UNT (11/8/14)
Longest Punt Return: 73yards ODU(11/29/14)

2014 Season Game Highs
Receptions: 11 at Marshall (10/25/14)
Receiving Yards: 125 Western Kentucky (10/18/14)
Touchdowns: 2 Western Kentucky (10/18/14) UAB (11/1/14)
Longest Reception: 61 yards Western Kentucky (10/18/14)
Longest Rush: 80 Middle Tennessee (11/22/14)
Kick Returns: 5 Western Kentucky (10/18/14)
Most Kick Return Yards: 105 (3) (8/30/14)
Longest Kick Return: 46 UTSA (9/27/14)
Punt Returns:5 UNT (11/8/14)
Longest Punt Return:73 ODU (11/2/14)

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