Tulsa: A returning letterwinner . . . made the switch back from offense to defense during 2000 spring drills . . . 2000 -- Played in all 12 games . . . received his first career starting assignment against San Jose State . . . had a season-best three stops against San Jose State . . . tallied 12 tackles on the season . . . had one stop, one sack for -3 yards and one fumble recovery in the season opener against North Carolina . . . 1999 -- Was a a squad member as a tight end . . . made the move from defensive tackle to tight end during spring drills '99 . . . 1998 -- Was a squad member . . . played the defensive tackle position . . . did not see playing time . . . 1997 -- Was one of several true freshmen to sit out the 1997 season due to redshirt status . . . Overall -- Made strides during spring drills as a playmaker . . . works hard and is very coachable . . . provides good leadership.
High School: Was a three-year letterwinner at Okemah High School . . . started three years at offensive guard and his junior and senior seasons at defensive end . . . helped lead his team to the first round of the state playoffs both his junior and senior seasons . . . graded over 90-percent on the offensive line as a junior and senior . . . was credited with 201 career tackles, 28 quarterback sacks and five fumble recoveries . . . tallied 107 tackles and 13 sacks as a senior . . . was named the District 2A-7 Offensive Lineman of the Year as a senior . . . was credited with 94 tackles and 15 sacks during his junior season . . . also lettered three years in track, twice in basketball and once in baseball . . . high school coach was Johnny Bohannon.
Personal: Enjoys fishing and watching old movies . . . favorite movie is Pulp Fiction . . . favorite TV show is "Cops" . . . favorite NFL team is the Pittsburgh Steelers . . . lists Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis as his favorite NFL player . . . lists skydiving as his craziest ambition . . . majoring in sports administration . . . born Ronald Lee Vick II on September 19, 1978 in McAlester, Oklahoma.
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