2014 Phil Steele's Preseason AAC Second Team
2013 American Athletic Conference All-Academic Football Team
Played in 10 games with one start after joining the Houston program in the final week of fall camp ... made his debut in week three vs. Rice ... finished sixth on the team with 17 receptions for 252 yards ... tied for team lead with an average of 14.8 yards per reception ... exploded in the BBVA Compass Bowl Game with six receptions for 105 yards and one touchdown, all career highs ... pulled in a career-long 58-yard reception vs. Vanderbilt and hauled in his first career TD at Houston vs. the Commodores with a six-yard reception ... had multiple receptions in three games ... also had two kick returns for 60 yards on the year and one punt return for one yard.
At Arizona Western
Played one season at Arizona Western after one year at USC ...in his lone season at Arizona Western, Ambles was named first team All-WSFL and All-ACCAC as he led the Matadors with 44 receptions for 757 yards and six touchdowns.
Selected to play in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... as a high school senior at Henry County HS in McDonough, Ga., Ambles was ranked the nation's No. 3 receiver by Rivals.com, who listed the wideout as a five-star recruit ... No. 4 receiver nationally by ESPN ... had 51 receptions for 798 yards and nine touchdowns to go along with 175 yards on 25 carries as a senior ... an all-state performer as a junior with 53 receptions for 993 yards and 13 receiving touchdowns along with two punt returns and one kickoff return for touchdowns.
Markeith Ambles' Career Best
Receptions: 3, Rutgers (2013)
Receiving Yards: 32, Rutgers (2013)
Receiving Touchdowns:1, Rutgers (2013)
Long Receptions: 30, USF (2013)
Kickoff Returns:5, Memphis (2013)
Kickoff Return Yards: 167, BYU (2013)
Long Kickoff Return: 95, BYU (2013)