Malcolm Floyd

Former Wyoming wide receiver Malcolm Floyd runs for yardage in a Cowboys' game. Floyd, who had a 12-year NFL career with the San Diego Chargers, played at Wyoming from 2000-03.

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Former University of Wyoming wide receiver Malcolm Floyd was announced as one of 10 finalists for the Polynesian Football Hall of Fame on Friday.

The former Cowboy (200-03) still ranks in the program's top 10 in receiving yards (2,411), receptions (186) and touchdown receptions (14). Floyd went on to a 12-year NFL career with the San Diego Chargers, finishing with 321 receptions for 5,550 yards and 34 TDs.

Floyd, who is of Samoan ancestry, is a finalist along with other such notable players as Dominic Raiola (Nebraska, Detroit Lions), Al Noga (Hawaii; Minnesota, Washington and Indianapolis in the NFL) and Tony Banks (Michigan State; St. Louis, Baltimore, Dallas, Washington and Houston in the NFL).

Four inductees will be announced on Oct. 23 to the Polynesian HOF Class of 2020.

This article originally ran on trib.com.

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