Brandon London - College Career

College Career

London led UMass in receptions (50) and receiving yards (781) during his senior year (2006). He finished second at UMass in career catches with 148, and became only the seventh UMass player with 100 or more career catches. He ranks third on the school's all-time list in receiving yards with 2,022. He is tied for fourth in career receiving TDs at UMass with 15, and is tied for fifth-best in single-season receiving touchdowns with nine.

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