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Diamond Talk: Michael Bandy, WR, University of San Diego | Mr. Amscot because he is always open

Michael Bandy of San Diego is a sleeper that will have a monster season in 2019. If he can top his junior year he will be a draft pick in April.

When you look at the FCS you have to put Michael Bandy as one of the top wide outs, because the kid is Amscot he is always open. He is a consensus All-American wide receiver in 2018 and earned tons of awards last season with the Toreros.

Bandy finished the 2018 season with 1,698 receiving yards – the fifth most in a single season in FCS history – and his average of 141.5 receiving yards per game is 10th-best all-time.

Last year against Davidson, Bandy set the FCS record for average yards per catch (minimum 10 receptions) at 32.4. He also set the USD record in receiving yards in a season with 1698, was second in receptions with 88 and third in receiving touchdowns with 14. He also went off against Davidson hitting a USD record for yards in a game with 324, which is 8th most in FCS history.

Mike was raised playing baseball and football in La Mirada, California by his parents Lorena and Mike. Bandy is not just a football player, the kid is bright, he would like to attend law school. Bandy was a star baseball player at Servite High School and was a first team offensive weapon for the Friars.

In his career, Bandy has 117 receptions for 2142 yards and 16 touchdowns. You better remember this kid because he is a stud. The 5’10 speedster will tear it up and likely get an All-Star game invite. I love him as a player and his family is amazing too. We are huge fans of Mike at Draft Diamonds!

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