James Proche II is a wide receiver and return specialist for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. Proche II is now in his second season with the Ravens. After participating in collegiate football with the SMU Mustangs, the Baltimore Ravens selected him in the sixth round of the NFL Draft in the year 2020.
Proche spent his childhood in Dallas, Texas, where he attended Red Oak High School for three years before moving on to DeSoto High School for his last year of high school owing to academic issues with Prime Prep.
In his one and only season with the Eagles, he played in only seven games due to kidney failure that he suffered during summer training camp. Despite this, he still managed to catch 18 passes for 335 yards and a score.
Proche, a college football player who was rated as a three-star prospect, chose to play for SMU rather than accept any of the other offers he had from schools such as Colorado State, Louisville, Maryland, TCU, or Wake Forest.
Where did James Proche II go to college?
James Proche II attended Southern Methodist University and played college football for the SMU Mustangs. Proche didn’t play during his actual rookie year. With 57 receptions, 709 yards, and six touchdown catches the following year, Proche finished second on the team. As a redshirt sophomore, Proche caught 40 passes for 816 yards and six touchdowns, and his average of 20.4 yards per catch was the 13th-best in the country.