Marshall's Shuler Catche 14 Passes and Two TDs at East Carolina
News:Tommy Shuler caught 14 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns at East Carolina on Saturday.
Analysis:Tommy Shuler finishes the season with an amazing 110 catches for 1,138 yards and six touchdowns. Only a sophomore, he still has his junior and senior season to look forward to with QB Rakeem Cato, who is also a sophomore. As Cato's unquestioned No. 1 option, expect him to enter 2013 as one of the most sought after fantasy WRs in the nation.
Marshall's Shuler With 11 Catches, Two TDs Against Southern Miss
News:Tommy Shuler caught 11 passes for 111 yards with two touchdowns at Southern Miss on Saturday.
Analysis:Tommy Shuler reached the end zone in this game for the first time since the team's first game of the season. For the season, he is now second in the nation in catches with 69.
Marshall's Shuler Catches Seven Passes Against Tulsa
News:Tommy Shuler caught seven passes for 28 yards against Tulsa on Saturday.
Analysis: While his yardage is disappointing, his catches are not as Tommy Shuler is now tied for the most receptions in the nation. Now if he could only start to find the end zone, which he has only done once this season.
News:Tommy Shuler caught 19 passes for 200 yards at Purdue on Saturday.
Analysis: Yes, 19. Tommy Shuler has now caught 40 passes over his last three games as arguably the one of the hottest WRs in the nation. Pick him up in all leagues where he is still available as QB Rakeem Cato continues to look his direction, no matter the opponent.
News:Tommy Shuler caught a team-high eight passes for 87 yards at Rice on Saturday.
Analysis: With the offense geared up to run the ball early and often agains Rice, Tommy Shuler didn't get many looks in the red-zone. That said, he is averaging 8.0 catches and 83.5 yards per game in a very pass friendly offense. Continue to roll with him in all leagues.
News:Tommy Shuler caught 13 passes for 121 yards against Ohio on Saturday.
Analysis: With the Marshall offense throwing the ball 65 times, it's no surprise that Tommy Shuler shined. He is clearly one of quarterback Rakeem Cato's top options as he is tied for the team lead in catches (24) and receiving yards per game (82.3). Pick him up in deeper leagues as Cato, the nation's leading passer, continues to feed his No. 2 wide receiver.
News:Tommy Shuler caught six passes for 79 yards against Western Carolina on Saturday.
Analysis: His second consecutive game with over five catches, Tommy Shuler is starting to look like a top three receiving option for QB Rakeem Cato. Against Ohio next week, we should get a better idea of just how big of a part Shuler plays in this offense as the game should be much more competitive than either of Marshall's first two games.
News:Tommy Shuler caught five passes for 47 yards with a touchdown in the season opener at West Virginia.
Analysis:Tommy Shuler was solid in camp and his production rolled over into this game. Expect his yardage to go up next week against Western Carolina, who is a far less competitive opponent.
Marshall's Shuler Catches Eight Passes and TD in First Scrimmage
News:Tommy Shuler caught a team high eight passes for 48 yards with a TD in the team's first scrimmage, the Herald-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Going against a base defense for the entire scrimmage, QB Rakeem Cato picked apart the secondary and Tommy Shuler benefited. Despite this impressive effort, don't expect Shuler to pass senior WRs Aaron Dobson or Antavious Wilson on the depth chart anytime soon.