Tulsa: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter . . . has played in 31 career games, and has started 30 contests . . . has 176 tackles and 10 pass breakups in his career . . . 2001 –– Played in eight games, and started all eight of those contests . . . missed three contests with an ankle injury . . . had his streak of 24 straight starts snapped after his injury sidelined him beginning with the New Mexico State game . . . was third on the team in tackles with 55 stops, including 34 solos and four tackles for –14 yards . . . also had three pass breakups . . . completed the season with three straight games in double-figure tackles . . . tied his career-best with 12 stops vs. Rice, added 10 tackles against SMU and 12 tackles in the season finale against Louisiana Tech . . . also had two sacks for –10 yards vs. Rice, and one stop for –3 yards against Louisiana Tech . . . had four tackles, one interception, one pass breakup and one forced fumble against Indiana State . . . 2000 -- Started all 12 games . . . was credited with 78 stops to rank second on the team, including 42 solos . . . also had four pass breakups on the season . . . had a career-best 12 tackles against Rice, and added one fumble recovery . . . also had double digit tackles against UTEP with 10 stops and one pass breakup . . . had his first career interception against Hawaii . . . also tallied nine tackles against Louisiana Tech . . . 1999 –– Played in all 11 games and started 10 contests . . . did not start in the season opener . . . tallied 43 tackles, which was sixth-best on the team . . . also added three pass breakups . . . had a season-best nine tackles against Rice . . . added six stops vs. San Jose State and five each against TCU and Hawaii, all solos . . . had three stops on the season for -8 yards, and added one quarterback sack . . . 1998 –– Was one of several true freshman to sit out the 1998 season due to redshirt status . . . Overall -- Has a knack for making big plays . . . has good speed and excellent man-to-man coverage skills . . . very dependable and is a solid tackler . . . the leader of the defensive secondary.
High School: Was a three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Westmoore High School . . . started two years at receiver and cornerback . . . earned honorable mention all-state merits as a defensive back from the Tulsa World and Daily Oklahoman . . . was an all-conference and all-district selection . . . had 19 receptions for 284 yards and three TDs, while returning 12 punts for an 11.4 average as a senior . . . also tallied 29 tackles, three interceptions and had four pass breakups his senior season . . . had 76 career tackles, six interceptions and eight passes broken up . . . also had 23 career receptions for 386 yards . . . also earned three letters in basketball and two in track . . . high school coach was Chris Stiles.
Personal: Favorite athlete is Latrell Sprewell of the NBA's New York Knicks . . . lists the New Orleans Saints as his favorite NFL team, and Aaron Brooks as his favorite NFL player . . . his favorite movies are Scarface and Training Day . . . his favorite TV show is the “Jaime Foxx Show” . . . lists “ambitious, tenacious and thoughtful” as the three words that best describe him . . . his favorite road stadium is Texas A&M’s Kyle Field, and Oklahoma’s Memorial Stadium . . . Martin Luther King is the one person, dead or alive, he would most like to meet . . . majoring in marketing . . . born April 30, 1980 in Bossier City, Louisiana.
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