Former McNeese State wide receiver Cyron Sutton signs with Tulane

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Cyron Sutton McNeese vs UCA

2019 All-Southland Second Team performer totaled 1,688 career yards

NEW ORLEANS – Tulane University football announced today the addition of former McNeese State wide receiver standout Cyron Sutton to its 2021 roster as a graduate transfer.

Sutton, who graduated from McNeese State in December, will be eligible to compete immediately. During his four-year career at McNeese State, Sutton posted 114 career receptions (sixth all-time), 1,688 career yards (10th all-time) and 14 career touchdowns (sixth all-time).

The New Orleans native entered the 2020 campaign as a Preseason All-Southland Conference First Team wide receiver. He also was selected as a Preseason All-Southland Second Team punt returner.

Sutton received the preseason honors after he posted a breakout junior campaign in 2019 where he set the single-season school record with 67 catches. His 950 yards receiving ranked as the second-highest total in program history. He also hauled in nine receiving touchdowns.

Following the 2019 campaign, he was named All-Southland Conference Second Team.

In 2018, Sutton led the team in receptions (41) and receiving yards (609) and tied for the team lead in touchdown receptions.

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