Markeith Ambles

Houston Cougars #21 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 201
  • Seasons: SR

The Pac-12 has massive receiver potential


Thomas Duarte, Samajie Grant, Darren Carrington, and Pharaoh Brown lead a pack of exciting potential breakout receivers from the Pac-12.

Houston's high standards could pay off

There are plenty of reasons to be both excited and wary about Houston, but a relatively soft schedule should assure the Cougars of a solid showing in Tom Herman's first year in charge.

Houston Completes Greatest Comeback of Season


A 25 point comeback, two onside kick recoveries, and multiple huge touchdown passes. You didn't tune out in the third quarter, riiiiiiight?

Cougars Now Bowl Eligible


The Houston Cougars beat back the Tulsa Golden Hurricane 38-28 to avoid being upset in consecutive weeks.

BYU hangs on to beat Houston

After a jumping out to a quick 23-0 lead, BYU let Houston get back into the game, but held on to win by a score.

ESPN Calls Southern Cal "Clown College"

ESPN comes to an inevitable conclusion that Bruins have known since, well, forever.

Houston was lucky and young in 2013

A young Houston team benefited from some incredible turnovers luck and almost won the AAC in 2013. Can the Cougars' experience offset regression to the mean in the "lucky bounces" category this fall?

2014 NFL Draft Capsules: Andre Hal, CB


Andre Hal will leave Nashville as another link in a chain of tremendous Vanderbilt cornerbacks. What can he bring to the NFL - and where will he be picked when the 2014 NFL Draft rolls around?

Houston's a promising mess

Fortunes aren't supposed to change rapidly (and change again and again) for most schools, but most schools aren't Houston.

Former USC 5-star lands at Houston

Former five-star wide receiver prospect Marqeith is transferring to Houston. He began his college career with the USC Trojans before off-field issues eventually derailed his career there.

You Just Signed A Blue-Chip Wide Receiver! Now What?

A look at how blue-chip high school wide receivers usually fare at the college level.

You Just Signed The No. 1 Recruiting Class In The Country! Now What?

Looking back at the 2008 recruiting classes for Alabama, Michigan, Missouri and Kansas.