Tulsa: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter . . . has played in 34 games and has 25 career starts . . . played his first two seasons at receiver, and the 2002 season at cornerback . . . has 14 career starts at receiver, and 11 at cornerback . . . sat out the 2003 campaign . . . has career totals of 33 receptions for 401 yards and two touchdowns, and 49 tackles . . . 2003 –– Received a medical red-shirt season due to an injury . . . 2002 –– Played cornerback in all 12 games . . . started the first 11 contests . . . tallied 49 tackles to rank sixth on the team . . . his three interceptions for 28 yards tied for the team lead . . . also forced two fumbles and had two pass breakups . . . in his first collegiate game at cornerback, he had three tackles and one interception in the season opener against Oklahoma . . . was named the WAC’s Defensive Player of the Week for his 5-tackle, two interception performance against UTEP . . . had a career-high eight tackles against Fresno State . . . also had six tackles vs. Kansas and Hawaii . . . 2001 –– Started all 11 games . . . totaled 23 catches for 253 yards, which was the third most receiving yardage on the team . . . caught touchdown passes of 30 yards vs. San Jose State and 18 yards against Rice . . . had four catches for 36 yards vs. Fresno State and four receptions for 31 yards against Boise State . . . had two catches for 44 yards and one TD against San Jose State . . . caught three passes for 43 yards and one touchdown vs. Rice . . . 2000 –– Was one of 11 true freshmen to earn a letter during the 2000 season . . . played in 11 of 12 games . . . received starting assignments against Rice, New Mexico State and Fresno State . . . ranked fifth on the team in receiving . . . caught 10 passes for 148 yards and a 14.8 average per reception . . . had a season-long 41-yard reception against Oklahoma State . . . had a season-best four catches for 61 yards against Oklahoma State . . . also caught three passes for 39 yards against UTEP . . . Overall –– Made the move back to receiver during spring drills . . . a big, strong and physical player . . . showed continuous improvement during the spring in learning the offensive system . . . had two receptions for 36 yards and one touchdown in the spring game . . . his TD reception covered 20 yards . . . will be expected to make solid contributions.
High School: Was a two-year letterwinner at Union High School . . . was a starting cornerback and receiver his senior seasons . . . named to the Tulsa World Blue-Chip list . . . was named to the Daily Oklahoman first-team all-state squad as a senior . . . received all-state and first-team all-metro honors by the Tulsa World . . . selected to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State team . . . played on teams that registered a combined 26-2 record . . . was on two straight Class 6A state runner-up teams . . . had 16 receptions for 190 yards, while tallying 30 tackles as a prep senior . . . totaled 70 tackles and four interceptions in his two years as a cornerback . . . high school coach was Bill Blankenship.
Personal: Favorite NFL team is the Oakland Raiders . . . lists Charles Woodson as his favorite NFL player . . . Michael Jordan is his favorite athlete . . . his favorite food is lasagna . . . the most memorable place he has visited is London, England . . . his favorite college stadium is North Carolina’s Kenan Stadium . . . three words that best describe him are “shy, polite and intelligent” . . . his favorite local restaurant is Zio’s . . . parents are Charles and Esme Wimberly . . . majoring in marketing . . . born Charles Darrell Wimberly II on June 23, 1981 in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Wimberly's Career Statistics
|2002 (Jr)||Played Defense|| || || || || |
|2003||Redshirted|| || || || || |
|2000 (Fr)||Played Offense|| || || || || || || || || |
|2001 (So)||Played Offense|| || || || || || || || || |
|2003||Redshirted|| || || || || || || || || |