Emmanuel Marc '05 (Football) – Marc was one of the most prolific offensive threats in the history of Hudson Valley Community College. He was named the NJCAA Offensive Player of the Year in 2003 after leading the NJCAA in rushing with 1,769 yards on 273 carries for 17 touchdowns, averaging 196.6 yards per game during the regular season. Marc surpassed the 2,000-yard (2,038) plateau on the season after rushing for 269 yards in the Graphic Edge Bowl.
Marc was named the Offensive Most Valuable Player for JC Football network, an All-USA Ironman Team member and the North East Football Conference Offensive Player of the Year. Despite a 29-23 loss in the 2003 Graphic Edge Bowl, Marc was named the Offensive Most Valuable Player after he rushed for 269 yards, the third most rushing yards in school history.
The running back was featured in the January 19, 2004 edition of Sports Illustrated's Faces in the Crowd following his sophomore season at Hudson Valley Community College where he set school career records by scoring 30 touchdowns and rushing for 3,273 yards. Marc owns the school records for most touchdowns in a game (5), most touchdowns in a single season (18) and the school record for the most rushing yards in a single game (335). He also holds the third (269), fourth (268) and fifth (265) most rushing yards in a single game at Hudson Valley Community College.
Marc went on to Delaware State University where he recorded the fourth most yards in a season with 1,230, earning the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference All-Conference and MEAC Player of the Week honors. He later joined the Montreal Allouettes in the Canadian Football League (CFL) and won the Grey Cup in 2010.
Marc still holds Spring Valley High football records for yards in a season with 1,566 and was named All-State, All-Section, All-County and All-League during his varsity career.