2013 Army Spotlight: Chevaughn Lawrence

Army football finished the 2012 season with a 2-10 record yet came so close to winning the Commmander-in-Chief's Trophy. Despite the disappointing season Army fans can be excited about a talented group of returning players. ArmySports.com will preview some of the top returning players. In this segment we discuss wide receiver Chevaughn Lawrence.

Army football finished the 2012 season with a 2-10 record yet came so close to winning the Commmander-in-Chief's Trophy. Despite the disappointing season Army fans can be excited about a talented group of returning players. ArmySports.com will preview some of the top returning players. In this segment we discuss wide receiver Chevaughn Lawrence.

NAME: Chevaughn Lawrence

POSITION: WR

CLASS: Jr.

HT/WT: 6-3, 195

OVERVIEW: Chevaughn Lawrence was Army's top receiver as a sophomore, catching 21 passes for 357 yards. He had two catches during the season of over 40 yards and caught six passes for 88 yards in the game with Kent State. His rangy build, good hands and decent speed along with his ability to block, make him and effective player.

PROJECTION FOR 2013: Starter. Lawrence's stats should rise in 2013, especially if A.J. Schurr, who is a solid passer, wins the starting quarterback position in the fall.

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