Pasco's Dudley-Giles picks up first DI offer from Rutgers

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Fri. February 25, 2011 | Bryan Burns

Rutgers became the first D-I school to extend a scholarship offer to Pasco athlete Trey Dudley-Giles according to Pirates coach Tom McHugh.

Dudley-Giles did a bit of everything to help Pasco finish the regular season undefeated and win a fourth-straight district title. The 6-foot-1, 190 pound wide receiver caught 24 passes for 547 yards (an average of 23 yards a reception) and nine touchdowns, including a 93 yarder. He also carried 13 times for 132 yards and another score. Playing out of the wildcat formation, Dudley-Giles was 4-for-4 throwing for 102 yards and one touchdown.

In the secondary, Dudley-Giles had 21 tackles and four interceptions, and as a punt returner, he averaged 31 yards a return.

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