2015 Camps
Princeton Football BIO
87 Seth DeValve

At Princeton — 2015: despite two injuries that cost him the better part of four games, still caught 33 passes for 337 yards and a touchdown … finished career ranked 10th all-time at Princeton in receptions (122) and 13th in receiving yards (1336) … ended career with nine catches for 110 yards at Dartmouth; also had nine catches for 65 yards against Penn … had touchdown catch in home victory over Lehigh … suffered first injury midway through Week 2 (Lehigh), came back and played one series in Week 6 vs. Harvard before another injury kept him out until Week 8 … earned the Rogerson Award for Spirit and Inspiration at the annual banquet. 2014: played in only two games due to injuries … caught nine passes for 123 yards and a touchdown against San Diego … caught 10 passes for 120 yards in home victory over Brown … averaged 121.5 yards per game and 12.8 yards per catch. 2013: ranked in the Top 50 nationally in receptions (5.4) and the Top 100 in receiving yards (58.6); both totals ranked among the Top 10 in the Ivy League … caught 49 passes for 527 yards and four touchdowns … caught touchdown passes in three straight wins (Harvard, Cornell and Penn); added touchdown reception against Columbia … set career highs in both receptions (nine) and receiving yards (115) in season finale at Dartmouth … recording at least seven catches in only one game (Georgetown) over the first five weeks; over final five weeks, caught between seven and nine passes in every game … helped Princeton break Ivy League records in both scoring offense (43.7) and total offense (511.6) … helped Princeton win 10th Ivy League title in program history, and first since 2006 season … helped offense record five 50-point games during eight-game win streak; team had scored 50 points only four times in previous 467 games. 2012: caught 20 passes for 219 yards while playing all 10 games … caught 20-yard touchdown pass to cut deficit to 34-32 in eventual 39-34 comeback win over Harvard; it was DeValve's first collegiate touchdown … caught at least one pass in every pass … after catching nine passes in the first seven games of the season, caught 11 in the final three … had season-best four catches against both Penn and Yale, as well as a season-high 70 receiving yards at Yale. 2011: saw limited time at wide receiver … caught one pass from 10 yards against Cornell … had three rushes and returned one punt.

At Manchester — earned all-state honors as a senior ... two-time all-conference selection at quarterback and all-conference honoree at free safety ... threw for 4,650 career passing yards and 37 touchdowns ... rushed for nearly 2,000 career yards and 24 touchdowns ... recorded nine career interceptions ... chosen as Player of the Week twice, as selected by local television stations ... National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame award recipient ... two-time captain for football team ... lettered in track and served as team captain senior year ... two-time all-conference selection ... state qualifier in high jump and shot put; also competed in sprint and distance events ... National Guard Scholar-Athlete ... CIAC and J.I. Scholar-

Personal — born Jan. 29, 1993 ... son of Tim and Laurie DeValve ... father is an engineer; mother is a homemaker ... has three older brothers: Caleb, Levi and Jacob ... Jacob runs track at Liberty ... enjoys playing the guitar, basketball and woodworking ... interested in studying Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

Year Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg/Gm
2011 1 10 10.0 0 10 3.3
2012 20 219 10.9 1 25 21.9
2013 49 527 10.8 4 30 58.6
2014 19 243 12.8 1 31 121.5
2015 33 337 10.2 1 40 56.2
Totals 122 1336 11.0 7 31 44.5
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 245
Year: Senior
Hometown: Manchester, Conn.
High School: Manchester