Tulsa -- A three-year letterwinner . . . has played in 32 games . . . ranks sixth on the career field goals list with 28 field goals, and enters the 2005 season needing seven more to move into fifth place . . . has 177 career points on 28 field goals and 93 point-after-attempts to rank 10th on the school's all-time scoring chart . . . named to the all-WAC Academic team in each of his first three seasons . . . handles kickoffs, field goals and PATs . . . 2004 -- Played in 10 games . . . did not play against Navy and Southwest Missouri State . . . converted 12-of-16 field goals and 33-of-33 PATs for a team-leading 69 points . . . tied his career-long with a 49-yard field goal against Rice . . . connected on three field goals covering 32, 42 and 45 yards against Hawaii . . . also had two field goals each against Nevada, SMU and San Jose State . . . named to the all-WAC Academic team . . . 2003 -- Played in all 12 games . . . established a new single-season school record with 49 PATs . . . had a team-high 76 points . . . ranked seventh in the WAC in scoring . . . connected on 9-of-16 field goals . . . was 2-for-2 vs. Hawaii with 37 and a career-long 49-yarder . . . also was 2-of-2 against Arkansas State with 32 and 41-yard field goals . . . also had a 48-yard field goal vs. Arkansas . . . named to the all-WAC Academic team . . . 2002 -- Played in nine games . . . missed the Oklahoma, Fresno State and SMU games . . . made his first five field goal attempts of the season . . . was 6-of-8 between the 20-39 yard lines . . . converted two field goals against both Baylor and UTEP . . . had a season-long 45-yard field goal against Baylor . . . named to the Freshman all-WAC Academic team . . . Overall -- Has shown steady improvement every season . . . had a good spring . . . expected to be a solid and dependable kicker . . . possesses a strong and accurate leg . . . has been very dependable inside the 35-yard line.
High School -- A four-year letterwinner at Sapulpa High School . . . was the varsity placekicker for four years . . . started at receiver his junior season and at free safety as a senior . . . led Class 6A in field goals as a senior connecting on 8-of-11, including a long of 53 yards . . . converted 32-of-32 PATs his senior season . . . was credited with 92 tackles and one interception from his secondary position as a senior . . . was an all-state first-team selection by the Tulsa World and the Daily Oklahoman as a senior . . . earned first-team all-metro accolades both his junior and senior seasons . . . earned first-team Oklahoma Coaches Association all-state merits . . . was named to the Okscouting.com Oklahoma top-100 list . . . connected on 23-of-35 career field goals, with a career-long of 54 yards his sophomore season . . . converted 110-of-112 career PATs . . . also tallied 140 career tackles, including 10 for lost yardage . . . participated in the 2002 Oil Bowl . . . also lettered for four years in soccer . . . high school coach was Mark Walker.
Personal -- Favorite movie is Gladiator . . . his favorite NFL team is the Chicago Bears . . . lists Roy Williams of the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite NFL player . . . favorite TV show is the "Amazing Race" . . . the Chicago Cubs is his favorite professional sports team . . . if he could create his own ESPN SportsCenter highlight, it would be hitting a walk-off home run in the seventh game of the World Series while playing for the Chicago Cubs . . . Grand Cayman Islands is the most memorable place he has visited . . . his biggest sports thrill was pitching a perfect game at age 13 . . . a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . parents are Dave and Jane DeVault . . . majoring in management . . . born December 24, 1983.
DeVault's Career Statistics Field Goals G 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Total Long 2002 (Fr) 9 0-0 3-4 3-4 1-4 0-0 7-12 45 2003 (So) 13 0-0 2-2 4-6 3-5 0-3 9-16 49 2004 (Jr) 10 0-0 5-5 3-6 4-5 0-0 12-16 49 Totals 32 0-0 10-11 10-16 8-14 0-3 28-44 49
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