NMSU Football BIO
2 Weston Neiman

2007 (Red Shirt Freshman): Neiman played in 13 games for NMSU in 2007 at wide receiver and as a kick returner. On the season, Neiman caught 44 passes for 423 yards and three touchdowns, completed one pass for 19 yards, returned nine kick-offs for 133 yards and three punts for 21 yards. Neiman caught his first career pass against Southeastern Louisiana on a six-yard pass from quarterback Chase Holbrook. Against Auburn (9/22) Neiman caught five passes for 16 yards. Versus Arkansas-Pine Bluff (9/29) he caught seven passes for 67 yards and returned three kicks for a career-high 46 yards. Neiman then caught four passes for 39 yards and his first career touchdown versus Hawai’i (10/27). He also returned two kicks for 39 yards including a career long of 26 yards. Neiman then added his second touchdown catch of the season against San Jose State (11/10) on a 24 yard pass from Holbrook. He finished the game with five catches for 43 yards. He then had a career performance against Utah State (11/17) as he tallied 10 receptions for 106 yards and his third touchdown catch of the season. He followed that performance with another career night against Fresno State (11/30), where Neiman caught 11 passes for 128 yards to finish the season.


2006 (Freshman): Neiman took a red shirt in 2006.


High School: At Junction High School Weston played both wide receiver and quarterback. In 2004, Weston helped lead his team to an 11-1 record and district and bi-district championship. As a quarterback, Weston recorded a two-year record of 6-14. In 2005 he earned District-2 Football MVP and named to the All-West Texas Super team. As a senior he passed for 768 yards and 12 touchdowns while rushing for 1,254 yards and 14 touchdowns. He was also an outstanding baseball and basketball player.


Personal: Weston is the son of Bill and Jan Neiman. He plans to major in Business Entrepreneur.


Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 190
Year: Sophomore
City/State: Junction, Texas
High School: Junction HS
Experience: High School

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