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Weston Richburg
C #70
Height:
6-3
Weight:
298
Age:
23
College:
Colorado State
Hometown:
Bushland, TX
Experience:
R

Quick Stats (2014):

G
7
GS
7

Biography

CAREER NOTES:
- Richburg started all 50 games in his 4 years at Colorado State, a school record…He lined up at center 45 times, at strongside guard for the first 3 games of his career and at strongside tackle in 2 games in 2011…Recorded 273 knockdown blocks…Registered 39 touchdown-resulting blocks through 4 seasons.

CAREER NOTES:
- Richburg started all 50 games in his 4 years at Colorado State, a school record…He lined up at center 45 times, at strongside guard for the first 3 games of his career and at strongside tackle in 2 games in 2011…Recorded 273 knockdown blocks…Registered 39 touchdown-resulting blocks through 4 seasons.

2013 SEASON:
- Started all 14 games at center and was an All-Mountain West Conference 1st-team selection…Was a candidate for the Rimington Trophy (3rd time), an award given annually to the nation's most outstanding center, Outland Trophy (2nd time), given to the best interior lineman) and Lombardi Award (2nd time), which goes to the top lineman or linebacker...Recorded a blocking consistency grade of 85.1%, as he delivered 92 key blocks/knockdowns (45) that included 17 touchdown-resulting blocks and 7 blocks down field…Helped propel Colorado State to the most productive offensive performance in school history...The Rams averaged 470.8 total yards per game, as Richburg led a blocking effort that yielded just 22 sacks, the lowest figure since the Rams’ 2003 unit allowed 18…Blocked for the nation's 8th-leading runner, Kapri Bibbs, who rushed for 1,741 yards and NCAA-best 31 touchdowns (a CSU and Mountain West record)...The Rams' rushing attack averaged 204.4 rushing yards per game, their highest average since 2002 (205.7)...Behind Richburg and his linemates, Garrett Grayson threw for the most yards in a single season in program history (3,696)...Grayson was only the 4th Ram quarterback to thrown for 3,000-plus yards in a season...Leader of the only offense in NCAA FBS to produce a 3,200-yard passer and 1,500-yard rusher in 2013...The Rams' offense compiled the most yards (6,591), the 2nd-most points in a season (507) and 2nd-most touchdowns (61) in CSU history.

2012 SEASON:
- Started all 12 games at center…Was an All-Mountain West Conference honorable mention selection…The Rams’ coaches and teammates named Richburg one of the team’s 4 captains…Consistently graded out above 90%, leading the offensive line...Led the offensive line unit in knockdown blocks (55) and was penalty-free all season, helping the Rams generate 4,068 yards in total offense (339.0 yards a game).

2011 SEASON:
- Started all 12 games - 10 at center and 2 at strongside offensive tackle…Named 2nd-team All-Mountain West…Richburg was a Rimington Trophy candidate, 1 of 4 sophomores to receive that honor…Showed his versatility during fall camp, with occasional reps at tackle on an injury-depleted line...In CSU’s loss vs. Colorado, he made a lead block on a 34-yard Crockett Gillmore screen that set up the game's 1st touchdown, then on a 2nd-half touchdown drive, he threw a nice block to spring Raymond Carter for 16 yards...With 12 minutes remaining in an 18-15 loss vs. San Diego State, Richburg got his snapping hand caught on a defender's jersey and broke a bone. He went to the locker room to cast the injury and could've returned, but sat out the remaining minutes...Spent the week before CSU's trip to Texas Christian snapping with his left hand while practicing at tackle, and made his first career start at strongside tackle vs. the Horned Frogs. He played the entire game there, keeping alive a streak of consecutive starts...Returned to start at center in the season finale vs. Wyoming, snapping with his left hand, but sustained the first bad snap of his career, breaking a string of 1,179 successful snaps.

2010 SEASON:
- As a freshman, Richburg started all 12 games for the Rams, the first 3 at guard and the final 9 at center…Named honorable-mention All-Mountain West Conference…A former high-school quarterback, he had not played center before his freshman season at CSU, but did not have a bad snap all season and allowed only 1 sack all year, and no other pressures...Posted a team-high 54 knockdown blocks and also led the team with 22 outstanding efforts…Graded out at 85 percent or better in every contest, and was the line's most valuable player in 8 games.

2009 SEASON:
- Richburg redshirted as a true freshman in his 1st season of college eligibility...He participated on the CSU track & field team in the spring, finishing 3rd at the Don Barrett Duals with a 16-pound shot put toss of 51’-6 ½”…Also recorded a 50’-0 25/64” toss for the Rams at the Mountain West Conference Championships.

HIGH SCHOOL:
- Richburg attended Bushland (Texas) High School, where he began his career as a quarterback, also playing linebacker during his freshman season, but a growth spurt prior to his sophomore campaign saw him convert to the line, playing on both sides of the ball…As a senior, the team captain helped lead the Falcons to a 10-0 regular season record en route to capturing the district title…Recorded 2 sacks as a senior defensive lineman and earned first-team All-District honors as an offensive lineman…Also lettered in basketball and track…Still holds the school record in the shot put with a throw of 60’-1”, the 4th-best throw by a Texas prep athlete in any classification and worthy of the Texas Class 2A gold medal…Also was a hurdler on his track team earlier in high school…National Honor Society member graduated with a 3.4 grade point average.

PERSONAL:
- Richburg graduated with a bachelor's degree in animal science…Two relatives played football at Texas Tech, Nathan and Aubrey Richburg...Helped members of the Boys and Girls Club of Larimer County with homework and reading, and also participated in the club's sports programs in March before the 2010 season...Made several appearances visiting with developmentally disabled kids at Respite Care of Fort Collins, in February 2010, February 2011 and July 2011...For a month during the summer of 2010, interacted with low-income Linton Elementary students at a local clubhouse, in conjunction with the Larimer County Food Bank, Fort Collins Recreation and Vineland Church…Son of Ruth and Danny Richburg.

Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 7 7
2014 NYG 7 7
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 @DET L 14-35
2 ARI L 14-25
3 HOU W 30-17
4 @WAS W 45-14
5 ATL W 30-20
6 @PHI L 0-27
7 @DAL L 21-31

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