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Malcolm Agnew | Running Back

Team: Southern Illinois Salukis
Age / DOB:  (25) / 5/17/1993
Ht / Wt:  5'9" / 207

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Packers signed Southern Illinois RB Malcolm Agnew.
Agnew (5'10/202) spent his final two college seasons at SIU-Carbondale after transferring from Oregon State, rushing for 1,708 yards and 16 TDs on 316 carries (5.41 YPC), adding 29 receptions. He is the son of ex-Patriots and Rams NT Ray Agnew. Malcolm ran 4.57/4.60 at the Salukis' Pro Day, but turned heads with a 3.90 short shuttle and 6.75 three-cone drill, displaying absurd short-area quickness and change of direction. Agnew profiles as a special teams player and potential passing-down back. Sun, May 3, 2015 09:55:00 PM

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The Texans put Southern Illinois RB Malcolm Agnew through a private workout following his pro day.

Agnew transferred to SIU from Oregon State two years ago, and led the school in rushing in 2014 despite missing time due to an ankle injury. He is the son of former defensive tackle Ray Agnew and his brother plays fullback in the league.
Source: Scout
Mon, Mar 23, 2015 11:05:00 AM

TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reports that the Houston Texans and Cincinnati Bengals have "shown a lot of interest" in Southern Illinois RB Malcolm Agnew.

Pauline called Agnew "the big winner" of the school's pro day. Measuring 5-foot-9 1/8, 203 pounds, Agnew clocked 40 times in the low 4.5-second range, posted a spectacular shuttle of 3.89 seconds, and added a superb 6.62 second 3-cone drill. At the Northwestern pro day, he registered his jump marks of 36 1/2 inches (vertical) and 10-10 (broad). "In drills, Agnew looked solid, especially catching passes, where he made several finger-tip receptions," Pauline wrote.
Wed, Mar 18, 2015 02:23:00 AM

Southern Illinois RB Malcolm Agnew was snubbed from the combine, believes CBS Sports' Dane Brugler.

"An Oregon State transfer, Agnew is a quick-footed runner with decisive burst to get north-south in a hurry, adding value as a pass-catcher," Brugler wrote. "He averaged 6.0 yards per carry as a senior with 10 rushing touchdowns." Agnew, one of the most talented RBs in the FCS, is the son of Ray Agnew, a longtime NFL defensive lineman.
Source: CBS Sports
Sat, Feb 7, 2015 04:12:00 PM

Oregon State sophomore RB Malcolm Agnew has transferred to Southern Illinois.

Agnew's brother, Ray Jr., is a fullback for the Salukis. The now former Beaver was stuck behind Storm Woods on the depth chart and has dealt with hamstring issues throughout his career. He will be eligible to play immediately and has two seasons remaining.
Tue, Mar 5, 2013 12:05:00 PM

Oregon State beat writer Bob Clark believes the Beavers RB carries will most likely be split between freshman Storm Woods and sophomore Malcolm Agnew.

Head coach Mike Riley has not made a decision on the position, but the battle remains a close race and will likely result in a committee approach. Woods impressed all offseason and may end up earning the official starts. Agnew was incredibly productive as a featured runner in 2011, but his hamstring issues remain a concern.
Wed, Aug 22, 2012 10:34:00 AM

Oregon State running back Malcolm Agnew is probable for BYU on Saturday.

Should the freshman be able to play against the Cougars, it will mark his first action against a FBS opponent. Agnew opened eyes with a 223-yard effort in the opener against Sacramento State of the FCS and a hamstring injury has since kept him sidelined.
Fri, Oct 14, 2011 01:11:00 PM

Oregon State running back Malcolm Agnew (hamstring) practiced at full speed Tuesday.

Agnew made quite a splash with his college debut on Sept. 3. when he ran for 223 yards and 3 TDs against Sacramento State. He has not played since thanks to a an aggravated right hamstring. He has looked good in practice a could resume his freshman season at home against BYU on Saturday.
Wed, Oct 12, 2011 10:10:00 AM

Oregon State freshman running back Malcolm Agnew is expected to return from a hamstring injury and play at Arizona State on Saturday.

After making quite a splash with 33-223-3 in his college debut during an opening-week win over Sacramento State, Agnew was forced to sit out the last two games thanks to his hammy. While Arizona State in Tempe will be a tall task, at least the Beavers (0-3) have some working parts. QB Sean Mannion looked pretty good against UCLA in his first-career start while WR James Rodgers and TE Joe Halahuni are healed and returned to the lineup against the Bruins.
Mon, Sep 26, 2011 02:22:00 PM