North Texas vs. Tulsa - September 16, 2006 (Photos by Walt Beazley & Associated Press)
Tulsa -- A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter . . . has played in 31 career games and has 24 starts . . . has 82 career tackles, 18.5 stops for -83 yards, five quarterback sacks for -38 yards and 12 pass breakups . . . 2006 -- Played and started in all 13 games . . . tallied 31 tackles, five stops for -18 yards and four pass breakups . . . had five tackles, 2.5 stops for -11 yards and two pass break-ups vs. Rice . . . also had four tackles each against North Texas and Houston . . . 2005 -- Played in all 13 games and started 11 contests . . . totaled 49 tackles . . . ranked fourth in Conference USA with a team-leading 13.5 stops for -65 yards . . . also led the team with eight pass break-ups . . . his three forced fumbles tied for the fourth-most in Conference USA . . . had a career-best 10 stops, five stops for -25 yards, two sacks for -18 yards, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery for a 32-yard TD return vs. North Texas, thus earning Conference USA Defensive Player of the Week honors . . . tallied two tackles, two pass break-ups and his first career interception vs. Fresno State in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl . . . had four stops including two tackles for -9 yards vs. UTEP . . . had four tackles, one stop for -5 yards and one forced fumble vs. SMU . . . had nine tackles vs. Rice . . . had three tackles, one stop for -8 yards and one pass break-up vs. Memphis... saw his first collegiate start in the season opener vs. Minnesota and had two pass break-ups . . . tallied five stops, 2.5 tackles for -7 yards and one fumble recovery vs. Tulane . . . 2004 -- Was one of nine true freshmen to earn a letter . . . played in five games, mostly on special teams . . . saw playing time against Hawaii, Boise State, Nevada, Rice and SMU . . . collected two tackles on the year, one each coming against Boise State and SMU . . . Overall -- Has the ability to make plays . . . a technician . . . has a knack for getting to the ball and making big plays . . . has the great ability to play with his eyes . . . a great blitzer . . . possesses solid leadership skills.
High School -- Was a three-year letterwinner at Putnam City High School . . . totaled 72 tackles, eight interceptions, including two returned for touchdowns and seven pass breakups his senior season . . . also forced four fumbles and had two fumble recoveries as a senior . . . as a receiver, caught 21 passes for 560 yards and three touchdowns as a senior, while also rushing for 101 yards on six carries . . . led his Putnam City team to the Class 6A state semifinals as a senior . . . had career totals of 184 tackles, 22 pass breakups and 13 interceptions . . . was named to the PrepStar magazine all-Midlands region team . . . earned first-team all-state honors by the Daily Oklahoman as a senior . . . was a second-team all-state selection by the Tulsa World his senior season . . . was selected to the Oklahoma Coaches Association (OCA) all-state West team . . . earned first-team all-district and all-conference merits his senior season . . . named the conference co-Defensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . was credited with 56 tackles, nine pass breakups, five interceptions and three forced fumbles his junior season . . . also lettered three years in basketball . . . high school football coach was Mark Little.
Personal -- Favorite TV show is "My Wife and Kids" . . . Chinese food is his favorite . . . favorite NFL player is Ed Reed, while his favorite NFL team is the Dallas Cowboys . . . his favorite pro athlete is the New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez . . . if he had the opportunity to meet someone, dead or alive, it would be John F. Kennedy . . . his favorite professional sports team is the Atlanta Braves . . . a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and the Friends of Finance . . . his cousin, Willie Brown, played professional football with the Oakland Raiders . . . parents are Anthony and Karen Germany . . . majoring in finance.
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