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Eric Judge


San Diego, Calif.

High School:
San Diego High

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 195

Wide Receiver


Eric  Judge


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Good route-runner, who saw more playing time as the season wore on in 2013 and was a regular starter when healthy in 2014 ... Has good hands and is a play-maker ... Is listed as the backup ‘X’ wide receiver heading into the 2015 season ... Missed the end of the spring season with a leg injury.

2014: Played in 12 games with five starts, missing the UNLV game with an injury ... Led the Aztecs in receiving yards (471) and catch average (19.6, min. 3 rec.), tied for first in touchdown catches (2) and ranked second in catches (24) ... Came off the bench in the opener vs. Northern Arizona and made a team-high five catches for 51 yards (10.2 avg.) ... Had three catches for 94 yards and a touchdown in his second career start at No. 21/23 North Carolina ... The 94 yards were the most on the team and the second most in the game ... The touchdown was a 56-yard catch from Quinn Kaehler in the second quarter which tied the game up at 7-7 ... Made two catches for 15 yards (7.5 avg.) in another start at Oregon State ... Missed the UNLV game after a knee injury earlier in the week ... Came back to play at Fresno State off the bench, but did not make a catch ... Had a tackle on an Aztec turnover ... Had two catches for 50 yards in a reserve role at New Mexico, including a 43-yard grab ... Started for the third time of the year against Hawai‘i, making a 19-yard catch ... Made a second straight start at Nevada and had a 2-yard grab ... Had a huge game against Idaho, coming up with four catches for a career-high 107 yards and a touchdown ... Became the 81st player in school history to record a 100-yard receiving game (318th occasion overall) ... The touchdown, a career-long 58-yard grab, was his second of the season and fifth of his career ... Earned the start at Boise State and came up with three receptions for 35 yards ... The 35 yards were the second most on the team, while the three catches tied for second ... Made two catches for 66 yards (33.0 avg.) against Air Force, including a team-long 50-yarder to close out the first half ... Came off the bench vs. San José State without making the stat sheet ... Made a 32-yard catch vs. Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl in a reserve role ... The 32-yard grab was the longest catch in the game, before missing the final moments of the fourth quarter with a leg injury.

2013: Played in all 13 games with one start without recording a stat until the Nevada contest (game No. 5) ... Had 13 receptions for 218 yards (16.8 avg.) and three receiving touchdowns ... The 16.8 catch average led the team (min. 13 catches) ... Also had a 6-yard rush and returned five kickoffs for 113 yards (22.6 avg.) ... The 22.6 kick return average ranked second on the team ... His three receiving touchdowns were tied with Adam Roberts and Ezell Ruffin for second on the squad ... vs. Eastern Illinois (Aug. 31) ... Came off the bench in the opener vs. Eastern Illinois, but did not record a stat ... at No. 3/2 Ohio State (Sept. 7) ... Played again off the bench at Ohio State without making a stat ... vs. Oregon State (Sept. 21) ... Came off the bench against Oregon State, but did not get on the stat sheet ... at New Mexico State (Sept. 28) ... Played once again at New Mexico State without a stat ... vs. Nevada (Oct. 4) ... Had a breakout game vs. Nevada, earning his first start with Colin Lockett going down with an injury ... Ended up with six receptions for 54 yards (9.0 avg.) and two touchdowns ... The final touchdown in overtime clinched the win for the Aztecs ... at Air Force (Oct. 10) ... Caught one pass off the bench at Air Force, which ended up being a 44-yard touchdown ... The score put SDSU up, 6-0, (the Aztecs missed the PAT) and the 44-yard catch was the longest of his career ... Also returned a kickoff a career-long 35 yards ... vs. 15/18 Fresno State (Oct. 26) ... Had two receptions off the bench for 51 yards (25.5 avg.), including a long of 30 yards, vs. Fresno State ... vs. New Mexico (Nov. 2) ... Had a 3-yard catch and his first career rush, a 6-yarder, vs. New Mexico ... at San José State (Nov. 9) ... Logged playing time at San José State without making the stat sheet ... at Hawai'i (Nov. 16) ... Saw time at Hawai'i, but did not record a stat ... vs. Boise State (Nov. 23) ... Saw time again vs. Boise State without finding the stat sheet ... at UNLV (Nov. 30) ... Had a 21-yard reception at UNLV, his first catch since the New Mexico game four contests before ... vs. Buffalo (Dec. 21, Famous Idaho Potato Bowl) ... Posted two catches for 45 yards vs. Buffalo in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, including a 37-yard grab.

2012: Redshirted as a true freshman.

High school: Played locally at San Diego High on both sides of the ball ... Had three games with 100 or more yards receiving as a senior ... Also added 435 yards and two touchdowns on the ground ... On defense during his senior year, tallied 26 tackles along with two interceptions ... Ran the 100-meter with a time of 10.8 in 2010 ... Earned a Scouts, Inc. grade of 45 and was a three-star recruit by

Personal: Born July 28, 1993, in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Ravheedah Potter ... Also considered UCLA, Air Force and Fresno State ... Undecided on a major.