Coastal Carolina's Duran granted sixth seasonFeb 10, 2012 - 12:47 AM Conway, SC (Sports Network) - The NCAA has granted a sixth season of eligibility to Coastal Carolina All-American tight end David Duran for the 2012 season.
Duran, from Marietta, Ga., played sparingly for the Chanticleers as a fifth- year senior last season before he had season-ending surgery on his shoulder. Heading into the season, he was a third-team selection to The Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS Preseason All-America Team.
With 58 career receptions, the 6-foot-5, 250-pound Duran is one shy of the Big South Conference record for tight ends, set by former Garder-Webb player Josh Miller.
Duran began his career at Michigan State in 2007, when he spent his first season as a medical redshirt.
He is a graduate student at Coastal Carolina after receiving his degree in recreation and sport management in December.
The Chanticleers, who were 7-4 last season, have a new head coach in Joe Moglia.
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