James Proche II is a wide receiver and return specialist for the American football team known as the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League (NFL).
During his stay in college, he was given a football scholarship to play for the SMU Mustangs, and the Baltimore Ravens selected him in the sixth round of the NFL Draft in 2020. Proche was raised in Dallas, Texas,
and completed his first three years of high school there before transferring to DeSoto High School for his final year due to academic difficulties with Prime Prep.
Due to kidney failure he experienced during summer training camp, he played in only seven games during his one and only season with the Eagles. He still managed to catch 18 passes for 335 yards and a touchdown
despite this. Proche, a three-star prospect, decided against accepting any of the numerous other offers he was given, including those from Colorado State, Louisville, Maryland, TCU, and Wake Forest in favor of playing
collegiate football at SMU. Ryan Proche was named to the second team of All-Americans by the Football Writers Association of America both as a sophomore and as a junior.
During his redshirt freshman season, Proche hauled in 40 receptions for a total of 816 yards and six touchdowns. His 20.4 yard average per reception was the 13th-best in the NCAA.
He led the team in receptions, yards, and touchdowns during his redshirt junior season with 93, 1,199, and 12, respectively. He finished with 112 receptions, which led the nation in that category, 1,225 receiving yards, and 15 touchdowns in his last season.
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James Proche II is an American football wide receiver and return specialist for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League.