Program to host event at Joe Aillet Stadium beginning at 9 a.m.
By: Blake Bolin
Bulldogs gearing up for Fan Fest, scrimmage Saturday
Speed being showcased in practice by multiple players
Dixon recorded his 15th game running for over 100 yards, while Trent Taylor led the receivers with 92 yards on five catches and a touchdown.
2015: Saw action in 10 games during the 2015 season, mostly on special teams ... rushed the ball once for two yards against UTSA (10/10) ... Caught one pass for 11 yards against Mississippi State (10/17).
2013: Played in seven games, primarily on special teams ... Ran the ball 12 times for 65 yards and one touchdown and caught a pass for seven yards ... Ran the ball once against Lamar (9/7) ... Ran for 32 yards and his first career touchdown on three attempts and caught a pass for seven yards at Rice (11/16) ... Ran the ball twice at UTSA (11/30) for 12 yards.
2012: Sat out the 2012 season due to the NCAA transfer rule ... Member of the scout squad.
2011 (Alcorn State): Played in five games ... Returned one punt for 18 yards against Concordia (Selma) (10/22) ... Made two total tackles on the year ... Assisted on a tackle against Grambling State (9/3) in the Port City Classic in Shreveport ... Made a solo tackle at Texas Southern (9/24).
High School: Graduated from Haughton High School in 2011 ... Lettered in football, basketball and track ... Ran for over 3,500 yards in his high school career with 1,700 yards rushing and 23 touchdowns his senior year (2010) ... Was a part of Haughton's first undefeated team in school history (regular season) as they lost in the state quarterfinals to eventual state champion Franklinton ... Named first team all-City three times (2008-10), first team all-district three times (2008-10) and was the District 1-4A Defensive MVP his senior year (2010) ... Named honorable mention all-state in 2010 ... Coached by Rodney Guin.
Personal: Marlon L'Mont Seets ... Son of Marvin Seets and Yolanda Ivy ... Born on Jan. 1, 1993 in Little Rock, Ark. ... Has one older brother, Marcus, and one younger brother, Marvin, Jr. ... Father, Marvin, was a wide receiver at Arkansas-Monticello.
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