Ed McCaffrey’s Statistics
Career Receiving and Rushing
Denver Broncos (1995 – 2003):
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McCaffrey was an All-America football player, MVP in baseball with a .540 batting average, and a 21.3-point per game scorer in basketball at Central Catholic High School in Allentown, Pa. His brother Billy was an All-America basketball guard at Vanderbilt after being a member of Duke’s NCAA championship squad in 1991, and now plays professional basketball internationally. The athletic McCaffrey family also includes a sister, Monica, who played basketball at Georgetown, and another brother, Mike, who played basketball at Husson College in Bangor, Maine. Edward McCaffrey was born August 17, 1968 in Waynesboro, Pa.
Ed McCaffrey was a Kodak All-America choice following his senior season at Stanford (1990) and was selected to play in the East-West Shrine Game. An All-Pac-10 choice as a junior and senior, he finished his career with 146 receptions for 2,333 yards (16.0 average) and 14 touchdowns. During his senior season he pulled down 61 receptions for 917 yards (15.0) and eight touchdowns to earn second-team All-America honors from The Sporting News. The Cardinal pass-catchers that year compiled 2,763 yards receiving, the most for the school since 1985 (2,874). Ed received his bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford, as well as a master’s degree in sociology, and plans to attend business or law school when he is finished playing pro football.
Stanford University: 1989-1990 Team MVP 1989-1990 First Team All-Pac 10 1990 First Team Kodak All-American 1990 First Team GTE Academic All-American 1991 MVP East West Shrine Game 1991 NCAA Top Six Award Winner DEGREE(S): BA Economics MA Organizational Behavior