Data Scout Notes: 2013: 10-12-13 Dismissed from Appalachian State...08-22-13 - Suspended/Violation of team rules/08-18-13 arrest for public intoxication and disorderly conduct...P1stC/PPayton...2012: ROYC
Sean Price/Appalachian State football Videos
*Automated search based on player first/last name, college team name, football, 3 loading panels, click video to view in full size on this page, watch or fast forward one full video, or open player with red arrow to choose more cuts at the bottom of the big video screen. Click "I'm done watching this" blue link at the top of video to close screen. If available/HQ changes video quality.
Draft Scout Sean Price News
10/13/13 - Appalachian State University wide receiver Sean Price has been dismissed from the program due to repeated violations of team rules, football coach Scott Satterfield announced on Sunday. The 20-year-old redshirt sophomore was suspended for two games in each of his first two seasons at the Southern Conference program. He missed the first two games this season after being charged for public intoxication and disruptive behavior in downtown Boone in August. "No player in our program, regardless of how talented he is, is above our team, our university or our community," Satterfield said in a university statement. "Repeated behavior that does not meet the high standards that we hold our student-athletes to will not be tolerated. I truly hope that Sean gets on the right track and is able to utilize the talent that he possesses in the future. I wish him nothing but the best."
Price, who opened the season as a nominee for the Walter Payton Award, had 20 receptions for 237 yards and one touchdown in four games. Last year, the 6-foot-5, 210-pound Price caught 81 passes for 1,196 yards - both FCS single-season records for a freshman - and eight touchdowns in 10 games. Appalachian State has a 1-5 record in its final season before joining the Sun Belt Conference on the FBS level. - Sports Network
08/26/13 - Appalachian State has suspended Southern Conference freshman of the year Sean Price for an "undetermined number of games." Price, who caught 81 passes for 1,196 yards last season in only 10 games, was arrested on charges of being intoxicated and disruptive on Sunday by Boone, N.C., police. "I'd like to say 'I'm sorry' to my teammates and coaches ... and the campus and local communities for the ill-advised decisions that I made that led to my suspension," Price said in a statement released by the school. "My actions were ill-advised and immature and don't reflect how I want to represent my team and my school. I hope to have the opportunity to return to the field and represent Appalachian State in a positive way." Backup junior quarterback Kalik Barnes also was suspended.
"We hold our student-athletes to high standards as representatives of our program, our university and our community," coach Scott Satterfield said in the statement. "The decisions that Kalik and Sean made did not meet those standards and, therefore, there are consequences." Price also was suspended last season and missed two games, Fox Sports reported. Yet, he still set FCS single-season records for a freshman. Price was named to the Walter Payton Award Watch List in July. - The Sports Xchange
08/23/13 - Appalachian State has suspended two players, including last year's Southern Conference player of the year Sean Price. In a release Thursday night, the school suspended Price ''for an undetermined number of games'' for violating the team rules. No details were given about the violations, but the news comes after the wide receiver was arrested Sunday by Boone police for being intoxicated and disruptive. He's scheduled to appear in Watauga County District Court Sept. 19. The school also suspended backup junior quarterback Kalik Barnes indefinitely from all team activities due to a violation of NCAA rules. Coach Scott Satterfield says in the release, ''The decisions that Kalik and Sean made did not meet (our) standards and, therefore, there are consequences.'' Price, 20, caught 81 passes for 1,196 yards last season. - AP Sports
07/26/13 - 2013 SOCON PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Sean Price, So., Appalachian State...Despite playing just 10 games, turned in the most prolific season by a freshman wide receiver in NCAA Division I FCS history last year, breaking long-standing FCS records for receptions and receiving yards by a frosh (the latter of which was held by Randy Moss) …set NCAA Division I FCS freshman records with 81 receptions (breaking previous record of 71 set by Cal State Northridge’s Drew Amerson in 1999) and 1,196 receiving yards (breaking the previous record of 1,073 set by Marshall’s Randy Moss in 1996) … ranked second in the Southern Conference and sixth nationally with 8.1 receptions and 119.6 receptions per game … 81 receptions and 1,196 receiving yards are both good for third in Appalachian State single-season history. - Appalachian State football
07/18/13 - 2013 WALTER PAYTON AWARD WATCH LIST: Sean Price, Appalachian State Mountaineers, Wide Receiver, Sophomore...The highest compliment being paid to Price is that he is always compared to Appalachian State all-time leading receiver Brian Quick. But the third-place finisher for the 2012 Jerry Rice Award is actually ahead of the pace of Quick, having caught 81 passes for 1,196 yards - both FCS single-season records for a freshman - and eight touchdowns in 10 games last year.
The season included a 231-yard performance against fellow Southern Conference power Georgia Southern. Price's intelligent ways carry over to the field, where he infiltrates opposing secondaries and uses his body to win balls in traffic. The big man from Reston, Va., should develop into an NFL prospect like Quick, a second-year St. Louis Rams receiver. - The Sports Network