Daurice Fountain: Small School WR With Big Upside

With the 22nd pick in the fifth-round, No. 159 overall, the Indianapolis Colts selected wide receiver Daurice Fountain from the University of Northern Iowa. If you asked yourself, “who is that?” after the pick, you’re not alone. Fountain has received little coverage on RotoViz, except for Anthony Amico’s preview of Football Championship Subdivision talent. Let’s fill in that gap and see what the Colts have in their new wide receiver.


Fountain attended James Madison Memorial High School in Madison, Wisconsin. He earned three letters in football, making his impact as a defensive back and a return specialist before a standout senior season in 2013. He caught 48 passes for 782 yards and ten touchdowns, helping his team to the state playoffs. He was voted to the All-Region, and Big 8 All-Conference teams, Big 8 Conference Player of the Year, and First-Team All-State. In 2012 he was an all-city defensive back and Big 8 All-Conference second team as a returner. His 99-yard kickoff return is the longest in Wisconsin State history.

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