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Laramie, Wyo. — Former University of Wyoming football great Malcom Floyd was named one of 18 finalists for the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame on Thursday.

Floyd played at Wyoming from 2000-03 and went on to play 12 seasons in the NFL, all with the San Diego Chargers.

On Oct. 10, five inductees will be selected from the finalists for induction.

Floyd, a native of Sacramento, California, is of Samoan ancestry. He caught 186 passes for 2,411 yards and scored 14 touchdowns during his career at Wyoming, while averaging 13.0 yards per reception. 

During his 12-year career in the NFL from 2004-15, Floyd caught 321 passes for 5,550 yards, averaged 17.3 yards per reception and scored 34 career touchdowns.

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