Cedric Gagne-Marcoux

Cedric Gagne-Marcoux


Sherbrooke, Quebec

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 280



On Gagne-Marcoux: Senior center who is one of the best players at his position in the country ... named to the watch list for the 2006 Lombardi Award and Rimington Trophy ... three-year starter at center for the Golden Knights ... has the most game experience on the UCF offensive line ... UCF's most consistent lineman ... has played in 33 career games, taking every snap at center ... 2006 Preseason All-Conference USA selection according to The Sporting News ... named the 15th-best center nationally by TSN ... drafted with the eighth pick in the first round of the 2006 Canadian Football League Draft by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

2005: Conference USA First Team selection ... garnered UCF's most valuable offensive lineman award at the team's award banquet ... started 24th-consecutive game at center vs. Nevada in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl (Dec. 24) ... has taken every snap at center the last two seasons for UCF.

2004: Started all 11 games at center to anchor the offensive line.

2003: Started the first nine games of the season at center ... handled his first year of starting duties very effectively ... missed the final three games of the season due to a violation of team policy.

2002: Gagne-Marcoux redshirted while practicing with the offensive line ... recognized at the conclusion of the season as the Outstanding Offensive Scout Team Player.

High School: Gagne-Marcoux graduated from Sherbrooke's Champlain High School in 2001 ... played for coach Tony Addona ... highly respected player in Canada ... earned All-Canada (U-20) honors as well as All-Province honors ... tabbed as the Province MVP Offensive Lineman ... selected to play for team Canada in 2000-01 ... ranked a top 100 prospect by rivals.com.

Personal: Gagne-Marcoux graduated in May with a degree in marketing ... is currently enrolled in graduate school at UCF, pursuing his MBA ... son of Betty Gagne and Andre Marcoux.

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