• Latavius Murray (RB) #28

    Latavius Murray
    Ht / Wt:6'3" / 223 lb.
    College:Central Florida
    Born:February 21, 1991
    Drafted:2013 / Rd. 6 (181)
    Draft Team:OAK

    2016 Season Stats

    Ru Att Ru Yds Ru TD Rec Rec Yds Rec TD
    195 788 12 33 264 0

    ADP Value & Outlook

    Last updated: March 28, 2017

    Latavius Murray's fantasy value is measured by his average draft position (ADP) in fantasy football drafts. In recent drafts, Murray's current ADP is 3.12, which indicates that his fantasy outlook is to be the 12th pick of the 3rd round, and 36th selection overall.

    He was drafted 328 times in the latest ADP data, with a high of 19th and a low of 53rd.

    Below is his trend in average draft position:

    Data from fantasy football 12-team standard scoring average draft position data, based off of the latest fantasy football mock drafts.

    Recent drafts with Latavius Murray:

    Draft #DateFormatMurray's Draft Pick
    4038501 3/27/2017 Standard 36th
    4038499 3/27/2017 Standard 34th
    4038495 3/27/2017 Standard 33rd
    4038468 3/27/2017 Standard 44th
    4038465 3/27/2017 Standard 43rd
    4038460 3/27/2017 Standard 37th
    4038459 3/27/2017 Standard 37th
    4038436 3/27/2017 Standard 40th
    4038432 3/27/2017 Standard 39th

    Players drafted after Latavius Murray:

    Drew Brees QB NO 4.02
    Alshon Jeffery WR PHI 4.03
    Sammy Watkins WR BUF 4.03
    Tevin Coleman RB ATL 4.05
    Travis Kelce TE KC 4.05
    Eddie Lacy RB SEA 4.07
    Demaryius Thomas WR DEN 4.07
    Michael Crabtree WR OAK 4.09
    Andrew Luck QB IND 4.10
    Julian Edelman WR NE 4.11
    Jordan Reed TE WAS 4.12
    Matt Ryan QB ATL 5.01
    Doug Martin RB TB 5.01
    Jeremy Hill RB CIN 5.03
    Greg Olsen TE CAR 5.03

    Injury History and Status

    Official reported injury data for Latavius Murray.

    NFL Season NFL Week Injury Status
    2016 5 Toe Out
    2016 6 Toe Out
    2016 11 Ankle Questionable

    Latavius Murray Biography

    Last updated: February 2, 2017

    Childhood & High School

    Born in Orlando, Florida on January 18, 1990, to Paul Murray and Tawanna Wright, Latavius Murray spent his early childhood in Titusville, Florida. At the age of three, Murray, his older brother and his mother moved to Syracuse to live with his grandparents until they found a home. As a child Murray was frisky and curious, participating in different sports like soccer, basketball, and baseball. At the early age of eight, Murray played running back and linebacker for the Toulon Tigers football team. His outstanding performance caught the attention of the varsity coaches at Onondaga. Murray proceeded to attend Onondaga Central High School where he played football and basketball. Pulling more than 1,000 points over his high school career on the basketball court, Murray set a record as the school’s all-time leading point’s scorer. He served as running back for his football team, and his accomplishments were indeed impressive, conceiving two 2,000-yard seasons in high school. Also as the team's starting linebacker, Murray was chosen as the Class D Player of the Year, and as a senior, he was selected as Gatorade Player of the Year for New York State with a record of 78 tackles on defense and 2,194 yards on offense. He was nicknamed “Tay Train” in high school and till day, the name remains a part of his career.


    Murray was offered scholarship to Boston College, Connecticut, Syracuse and Maryland. He finally attended the University of Central Florida, Orlando the city where he was born. His father, Paul Murray still resided at Titusville, a short distance from the school and this gave him the opportunity to spend some time with his son, sharing his success on the field. Murray played football on a regular basis at UCF, making 45 appearances, rushing for 2,424 yards on 453 carries with 37 touchdowns. After posting over 1,000 yards rushing, Murray was nominated to the All-Conference USA First Team. In 2010, he was named the MVP of the Liberty Bowl for his impressive performance against Georgia. A fierce competitor, Murray attributes his competitive spirit to both parents Paul and Tawanna. As the first person to hand Murray a basketball, Paul was an excellent track and field athlete, and he also got involved in other sports in high school. Tawanna was equally a basketball player in high school.

    NFL Draft

    Murray's childhood dream was realized in April 2013 when he became the 181st player drafted in 2013 NFL Draft, progressing in the sixth round to the Oakland Raiders. He signed and sealed a four-year contract which included a $106,200 signing bonus, $106,200 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $566,550. In 2016, Murray earned a base salary of $675,000. As a result of an ankle injury Murray sustained, he was unable to play during his rookie season. This was the first time in his life that he had to sit out and just watch the game without being actively involved. More determined and stronger, Murray bounced back to the scene in his second season and made tremendous achievements. He was not invited to NFL combine but he got more attention after his impressive performance at Central Florida's Pro Day where he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.40 and a 40 time of 4.38 seconds. He had a 10-foot-4 broad jump and a 3-inch vertical jump.

    2015 NFL Season

    In the 2015 season, Murray played his team’s lead running back and became the pioneer Raider to rush for over 1,000 yards in one season within a five year period. The highlights of Murray’s NFL career to date reveal that he has rushed for 1,490 yards on 348 carries and a total of eight touchdowns. Check out a fantastic highlight on Youtube.

    2016 NFL Season

    In the 2016 season, Latavius Murray finished playing in 14 games, rushing for 788 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns.

    Personal Life

    Latavius Murray married his longtime girlfriend Heidi Mueller in 2015. His twitter username is @LataviusM while his Instagram username is @lataviusmurray. His jerseys sales can be found here  while his autographed items are found here.


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