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Casey

Mariucci

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Tight End
Height 6'3"
Weight 215
Year First Year
Hometown La Jolla, Calif.
High School La Jolla Country Day H.S.
Major Enrolled at Columbia College
Experience High School
School: CC
Birthdate August 12, 1998

Bio

2017

 

Did not see any game action as a first-year tight end … Contributed on the scout team.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

 

A 2017 graduate of La Jolla Country Day School in La Jolla, Calif., where he played three years of varsity football for coach Tyler Hales … Three-time All-Coastal League selection, including two First Team honors in 2015 and 2016 … Named a 2016-17 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete … San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team selection … Played wide receiver/tight end and defensive end … Concluded three-year, 37-game varsity career with 157 receptions for 2,677 yards (17.1 average per catch) and 28 touchdowns, 139 total tackles (66 solo) and 33.0 sacks for 277 yards … Caught 79 passes for 1,381 yards and 12 touchdowns (17.5 yards per catch) with a long of 73 yards and led the defense with 15.5 quarterback sacks and 23.0 tackles for loss, along with 53 total tackles (30 solo), intercepted two passes, recovered and caused one fumble … Battled back from an injury suffered as a junior … Led Torreys to a 12-4 overall record, 3-2 league record, Section Division IV title, Southern Regional championship and state runner-up finish … Had five 100-yard receiving games and three multi-touchdown catch games … Named PPR Student-Athlete of the Week … Caught a career-high 11 passes for 126 yards vs. Iolani … Made a career-high 12 tackles vs. La Jolla … Registered four sacks vs. Horizon Christian Academy … Caught six passes for 151 yards and two touchdowns vs. Army-Navy … Caught seven passes for 114 yards vs. Bishop’s … Caught five passes, one touchdown and returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown to give the Torreys the victory vs. El Monte Arroyo … Concluded junior season with 48 catches for 824 yards with 10 touchdowns, made 23 tackles (15 solo) with 7.0 sacks … Totaled three games of 100 receiving yards or more and four multi-touchdown games … Caught five passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns vs. La Jolla … Caught five passes for 108 yards and two touchdowns vs. Crawford … Caught eight passes for 189 yards and two touchdowns vs. Horizon Christian Academy … As a sophomore caught 30 passes for 472 yards and six touchdowns and also finished with 10.5 sacks and 63 tackles (21 solo) in 12 games … Made 10 tackles vs. La Jolla … Finished with 3.5 sacks vs. Horizon Christian Academy … Made nine tackles vs. Santa Fe Christian and Holtville … Also played basketball and baseball and competed in track and field in the sprints … Extensive volunteer in a variety of activities … High Honor Roll student.

 

PERSONAL

 

Born Casey Mitchell Mariucci on August 12, 1998 … Son of Steve and Suzanne Mariucci … Has a sister Gabby and brother Anthony … Both parents attended Arizona State University … Father played baseball at Arizona State … Father Steve is a third cousin to former San Francisco 49ers coach Steve Mariucci … Grandfather Ely played baseball at Nebraska and in the minor leagues … Aunt Anne Mariucci played golf and softball at Arizona … Great uncle Bob was a Hall of Fame quarterback at Nebraska … Began playing football as a fifth-grader in Pop Warner … Traveled to Tanzania where he helped build a library, cleaned and volunteered around the town he visited … Hobbies and interests include surfing, snowboarding, playing guitar, pickup basketball … Chose Columbia because it was the best place for him to reach his future goals both academically and athletically … Chose Columbia over San Diego, Stetson, Dixie State and Tufts … Enrolled at Columbia College … Intends to major in financial economics.

ARTICLES

Casey Mariucci: Touchdowns, sacks winning combination at LJCD

Casey Mariucci Student-Athlete Spotlight

HIGHLIGHT VIDEOS

 

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