WR:#80 Tamrick Pace 6-3; 200 Brownsboro, Texas (Brownsboro) (Sr.)
CAREER- GP:31; REC:147; YDS:2,104; TDS:20
- 2018 All-Southland Conference Honorable Mention
- 2017 All-Southland Conference Second Team
- 2016 All-Southland Conference Honorable Mention / Hero Sports FCS First Team Freshman All-American
2018 (Junior): Played in 9 games, caught 42 passes for 623 yards and 7 TDs. Had 7 catches for 158 yards and 2 TDs against Lamar, 8 catches for 128 yards with 1 TD against Northwestern State and 2 TD receptions against Sam Houston State.
2017 (Sophomore): All-Southland Conference Second Team offense selection ... Led SFA in receptions (53) and receiving yards (645) for the second consecutive season ... Was second in touchdowns (5) and third in scoring ... Averaged 4.8 receptions per game to rank 55th nationally and fourth in the Southland ... Ranked sixth in the 11-team league in both receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, while ninth in receiving yards per game (58.6) ... Led all Lumberjack receivers in yards per catch (12.2) ... Posted two 100-yard receiving games and had five or more receptions in eight different contests ... Was the lone SFA wide receiver to start every game, recording at least one catch in all 11 games ... Reached the 1,000-yard receiving mark for his career in just 15 games played, achieving the career milestone on a 17-yard catch in the 20-10 road win at Abilene Christian (Sept. 23) ... Claimed a season-best seven receptions on three separate occasions ... Racked up 65 yards on seven catches with a touchdown in the home opener versus Southern Utah (Sept. 9) ... Had a 13-yard rush and hauled in a 24-yard fourth-quarter touchdown in the thrilling 37-31 home victory over Incarnate Word (Sept. 16) ... Notched 64 yards on seven receptions against 25th-rankedMcNeese (Sept. 30) ... Earned 100 yards on six catches with a season-long 53-yard reception against No. 11/9 Sam Houston State in the 92nd Battle of the Piney Woods at NRG Stadium in Houston ... Registered a season-high 145 yards on seven catches with a touchdown and a 42-yard reception in the 34-7 road rout of Lamar (Oct. 28) ... Closed out the year with six receptions for 65 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown catch, at Northwestern State in the 52nd Battle for Chief Caddo (Nov. 18) ... Also claimed a tackle on kickoff coverage during the win at Lamar.
2016 (Freshman): 2016 Hero Sports FCS first team Freshman All-American ... 2016 All-Southland Conference honorable mention selection ... Played in all 11 games as a true freshman with eight starts at wide receiver ... Led SFA in receptions (52), receiving yards (836) and touchdowns (8), ranking second all-time in program history among freshmen in each category ... Ranked fourth in the SLC receiving yards per game (76.0), tied for fifth in touchdowns and seventh in receptions per game (4.7) ... Ranked second among freshmen nationally in both receiving yards and receiving touchdowns ... Registered four 100-yard receiving games in 2016, led by a season-best 187 yards on eight receptions with a touchdown at Houston Baptist ... Caught a season-high 11 passes for 144 yards and a touchdown against Sam Houston State at NRG Stadium ... Recorded eight receptions for 142 yards and a touchdown in the win over Northwestern State ... Posted five catches for 104 yards and a touchdown at Nicholls ... Opened his collegiate career with two catches for 48 yards and a touchdown at Texas Tech ... Caught five passes each in the wins against Abilene Christian (55 yards) and at Incarnate Word (75 yards), pulling in touchdown receptions in each ... Caught the game-winning touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter as SFA won at 13th-rankedMcNeese ... Came to be known as SFA's big play receiver, pulling in six passes of 40-yards or longer on the year, including 49-yarders at Nicholls and at Houston Baptist.
Prior to SFA: Three year starter at Brownsboro High School, playing quarterback, wide receiver and defensive back … Two-time all-district selection … All-region selection in 2015 … All-East Texas Dream Team selection as a junior … Posted 112 catches for 2,203 yards and 39 touchdowns during his prep career … Tied school single-game record with 214 receiving yards … Coached by Jason Hooker … Also lettered four times in both basketball and track and field … Named basketball’s district MVP and all-region selection … Regional qualifier in track as a member of the Brownsboro relay teams … Three star recruit by 247 Sports … Son of Curtis and Latammia Warren … Collegiate major is undecided.