Tulsa: A returning letterwinner . . . has played in 20 career games . . . has totalled 14 career tackles . . . 1999 –– Played in 10 games . . . was credited with six tackles, including four solos . . . 1998 –– Sat out the season after suffering a broken leg during the first week of spring practice . . . 1997 –– Played in 10 games . . . received three starting assignments including TCU, Colorado State and Utah . . . missed the Missouri contest . . . tallied eight tackles and two passes broken up on the season . . . had a season-high three unassisted tackles against New Mexico . . . 1996 –– Was one of several freshmen to sit out the 1996 season due to redshirt status . . . Overall –– Has been hampered by injuries throughout his career . . . worked hard during spring drills . . . listed second on the depth chart at right cornerback . . . will be expected to contribute on special teams.
High School: Was a three-year letterwinner at Edmond North High School . . . was credited with 26 tackles, two fumble recoveries and one interception as a senior . . . averaged 17.3 yards on 16 kickoff returns, while catching one pass for 35 yards in very limited action on the offensive side of the ball . . . was an all-conference and all-district selection as a senior . . . was a four-year letterwinner in track . . . clocked times of 10.00 in the 100-meters and 21.50 in the 200-meters at the 5A state regional as a senior . . . was the 200-meter state runner-up and placed sixth in the 100-meters at the Class 5A state track meet as a junior . . . anchored the state champion mile relay team and was the anchor man on the state runner-up 4x100 relay team during his junior season . . . high school football coach was Kyle Heath.
Personal: - Enjoys playing video games . . . his favorite game as a child was playing nintendo . . . lists Deion Sanders as his favorite NFL player and the Detroit Lions as his favorite NFL team . . . barbeque is his favorite food . . . a marketing major . . . born August 22, 1978 in Frederick, Oklahoma.
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