In 1765 the Long Hunters came to the East bank of Station Camp Creek and declared this to be ...
The Home of the Bison
2017-12-07 - Malone has two catches in loss to Steelers
2017-08-16 - Josh Malone trying to control the next step
2017-07-27 - Bengals Looks For Double Play With Malone
2017-03-31 - Malone happy to show speed on Pro Day
Josh Malone is the first Station Camp graduate to play in the NFL.
As a junior for the Bison in 2012, Malone caught 28 passes for 408 yards and five touchdowns. He also had 15 rushes for 101 yards and a score.
As a senior, Malone caught 71 balls for 1,404 yards and 19 touchdowns. Running the ball, he had 23 carries for 227 yards and five scores. He scored a total of 31 touchdowns, doing it four ways (receiving, rushing, kickoff return and interception return).
Malone played in the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Game and was named Mr. Football in Tennessee in 2013.
According to his bio at the University of Tennessee, he:
Rated four-star by 247Sports (No. 46 national prospect, No. 5 wide receiver, No. 2 prospect in Tennessee)
Rated four-star by ESPN (No. 48 national prospect, No. 6 wide receiver, No. 1 prospect in Tennessee)
Rated five-star by Rivals (No. 20 national prospect, No. 2 wide receiver, No. 2 prospect in Tennessee)
Rated four-star by Scout (No. 10 wide receiver)
Participated in The Opening 2013, showcasing the nation's elite prospects
Earned First Team All-State honors from Tennessee Sports Writers Association as a senior
Was a member of The Tennessean Dandy Dozen
His finished his career with the Vols with 1,608 yards receiving on 104 catches and 14 touchdowns. His junior season in 2016 saw him catch 50 balls for 972 yards and 11 scores.
He was selected in the fourth round (128th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals.
Malone finished his rookie season with the Bengals with six catches in 17 targets for 63 yards and a touchdown. He also had three catches go for first downs and had 2 yards rushing on two rushing attempts.