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La’Angelo Albright

2010: Played in all 12 games, recording three tackles (all unassisted).

2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Started for three Class 6A state championship Prattville High School teams . . . Named First Team All-State as a junior and senior by the Alabama Sports Writers Association . . . Recorded 277 tackles from his middle linebacker position over his last two seasons with the Lions, posting 124 stops (83 solo), including 11.5 tackles for loss, five sacks and a fumble recovery as a senior . . . Tallied 153 tackles (89 solo) and three sacks as a junior in 2007 . . . Also recruited by Auburn . . . Posted 109 tackles as a sophomore in 2006, and also finished with 4.5 sacks and three fumble recoveries . . . Also played varsity basketball at Prattville High School.

PERSONAL: Current ASU defensive tackle Greg McCall, who signed with ASU in 2008, also played at Prattville High School . . . Born June 7, 1951 . . . Son of Vanessa Albright.
Eric Allen

2010: Played in eight games at center, including one as a starter (vs. Auburn in the season opener) . . . In mostly a reserve roll, helped pave the way for 1,784 rushing yards and was part of offensive line that ranked tied for third in the Sun Belt Conference in sacks allowed per game . . . ASU’s 4,841 yards of total offense were the most in school history and A-State ranked 40th in the nation in total offense . . . Part of O-line that helped ASU average 5.7 yards per play to tie for the second highest mark in the Sun Belt Conference . . . A-State also ranked second in the SBC and 42nd in the nation in scoring offense with 30 points per game.

2009: Played in nine games, including six as a starter . . . Took over the starting role at center after Tom Castilaw suffered a season-ending injury in the Iowa game . . . Helped lead the way for 21 rushing touchdowns, the third most in the Sun Belt Conference . . . Paved the way for three different ASU players rushing for over 100 yards in at least one game and was part of ASU's line that helped the offense to its most yards of total offense (484) against an FBS opponent since the 2007 season.

2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman . . . Posted 12 pancakes and graded at 90 percent blocking as a senior . . . Voted 2007 Team Captain . . . Participated in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic . . . Named all-county, all-region and all-state . . . Track and field letterwinner . . . Also recruited by Auburn and Louisiana-Monroe.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 31, 1989 . . . Son of Eric and Mary Allen.


Ryan Aplin

2011: Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt Conference selection by Sporting News, Lindy’s and Athlon Sports . . . Third Team All-SBC by Phil Steele’s . . . Sporting News “best running quarterback” in the SBC . . . Lindy’s “best scrambler” and “coolest in the clutch” in the SBC . . . Named to College Football Performance Awards national Quarterback of the Year Watch List . . . Enters his junior season ranked fifth all-time at ASU in completions (329), tied for fifth in touchdown passes (24), seventh in total offense (4,558 yards) and eighth in passing yards (3,828).

2010: First Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . CollegeFootballNews.com Sophomore All-America Team . . . Little Rock Touchdown Club’s Arkansas State Player of the Year . . . Three-time Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week . . . Rivals.com Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week . . . Broke the single-season school records for total offense (3,416 yards), total offensive plays (548), pass completions (252), pass yards (2,939), passing touchdowns (21) and pass attempts (410) . . . 61.5 completion percentage was the second highest in school history . . . . 2010 numbers placed him tied for second in Sun Belt Conference history in touchdowns responsible for (32), third in total plays, fourth in total offense, sixth in passing yards and passing touchdowns and seventh in completions for a single season . . . Nationally, ranked tied for 15th in points responsible for, 19th in total offense, 27th in passing yards per game and 51st in passing efficiency . . . led the Sun Belt Conference in total offense and touchdowns responsible for and ranked second in passing touchdowns, passing yards and completions and third in pass efficiency . . . Responsible for 70 percent of ASU’s total offense that broke the school record and ranked second in the Sun Belt Conference . . . Threw at least one touchdown pass in every game and had at least one rushing touchdown in eight games . . . Recorded a school-record 438 passing yards against Louisiana-Lafayette, which was the most by a Sun Belt Conference player in 2010 and the 17th most in the nation . . . Broke the school record for completions (33) and total offense (442) in a game . . . Passed for at least 200 yards in nine games and recorded at least 200 yards of total offense in 11 outings . . . Connected with Taylor Stockemer for a 65-yard touchdown pass against Louisiana-Lafayette that was his longest completion of the year . . . Posted a long run of 40 yards against Troy . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List member.

2009: Played in nine games, including three as a starter as a redshirt freshman . . . Started three of last four games of the season . . . Completed 77 of 118 attempts for 889 yards with three touchdowns . . . Rushed 64 times for 253 yards and four touchdowns . . . Finished season with second most rushing yards and rushing touchdowns on the team . . . Posted a long completion of 64 yards and a long rush of 47 yards . . . Posted 362 yards of offense in the Red Wolves victory over North Texas, the most ever by an ASU freshman and the fifth most by any player in school history . . . Aplin posted his only 100-yard rushing game against the Mean Green, piling up 122 yards, and also threw for a career-high 240 yards . . . Threw for at least 146 yards in final five games of the season.

2008: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year varsity letterman . . . Recorded 1,300 passing yards and 350 rushing yards in seven games played . . . Posted 2,300 passing yards and 17 touchdowns, while also rushing for 650 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior . . . Named Shrine Bowl MVP . . . 2006 and 2007 First Team All-County and Second Team All-District . . . Also was lettered in baseball and was an all-conference selection . . . Also recruited by Middle Tennessee.

PERSONAL: Born May 8, 1990 . . . Son of Lorice Aplin.

APLIN’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS

Yr. COMP ATT YDS TD INT LG

2009 77 118 889 3 6 64

2010 252 410 2939 21 11 65

Totals 329 528 3828 24 17 65

APLIN’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS

Yr. ATT YDS AVG. TD LG

2009 64 253 4.0 4 47

2010 138 477 3.5 11 40

Totals 202 730 3.6 15 47
Matthew Baltensperger

2010: Competed in one game (vs. Middle Tennessee) . . . Did not record any stats . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List member.

2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-district selection as both a junior and senior at Millington High School . . . Competed in the Memphis All-Star Game . . . Also competed in soccer, earning all-district recognition.

PERSONAL: Son of Joe and Tina Baltensperger . . . Born Sept. 11, 1990.


Brock Barnhill

2010: Redshirted and participated on the scout team . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List member.

HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year varsity letterman as a cornerback . . . 6A All-State and all-conference as a senior in 2009 . . . Over 75 tackles and two interceptions as a senior . . . Participated on special teams . . . Advanced to 6A State playoffs junior and senior seasons . . . Two-time academic all-conference . . . Played in the state All-Star soccer game . . . All-state soccer player that led Mountain Home to the state championship last three seasons . . . Graduated 5th in class and carried a 4.0 GPA.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 23, 1991 . . . Son of Randy and Sherry Barnhill.


Graham Bates

2010: Played in all 12 games on special teams and in a reserve roll at safety . . . Finished with a career-best 11 tackles (6 solo, 5 unassisted) . . . Matched his career high with three tackles in ASU’s season opener at Auburn . . . Posted multiple tackles in three games . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List member.

2009: Played in all 12 games on special teams and as a reserve safety . . . Recorded a career-best 10 tackles and posted one pass break-up . . . Posted a career-high three tackles in ASU’s victory over Mississippi Valley State . . . Posted multiple tackles vs. Western Kentucky as well, and recorded one tackle in five other games.

2008: Saw limited action in eight games in 2008 as a true freshman before suffering a season-ending injury . . . Recorded five tackles on the season, including two solo and three assisted . . . Posted a then career-high two tackles against both Texas A&M and Louisiana-Monroe.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterman, helping lead Allen D. Nease HS to one 4A State Championship and two runner-up finishes . . . Helped lead Allen D. Nease High School to a 13-2 record last season . . . All-Conference, All-County and third team All-State selection . . . Also lettered in basketball, lacrosse and track and field.

PERSONAL: Born May 24, 1989 . . . Son of Bill and Denise Bates . . . Father, Bill, is a former Dallas Cowboys great.


William Boyd

2010: Redshirted the 2010 campaign . . . Arkansas State University Athletic Director’s Honor Roll member.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman at Cave City . . . Played kicker, offensive guard and defensive end . . . All-conference selection as a junior and senior year . . . Helped lead Cave City to the state playoffs as both a sophomore and senior . . . Academic Honor Roll member throughout high school . . . Also varsity baseball player, playing outfield and pitcher.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 11, 1991 . . . Son of Jo and Randy Boyd . . . Four brothers and a sister.

2010: Redshirted the 2010 season.
Spencer Brooks

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterman . . . Rushed for over 1,900 yuards and passed for over 1,600 yards . . . Senior season led the state of Tennessee in rushing yards by a quarterback . . . West Tennessee Offensive Player of the Year as a senior . . . Team Captain junior and senior years.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 13, 1991 . . . Son of Richard and Laura Brooks.
Elroy Brown

2010: Played in 11 games, all in a reserve roll . . . Recorded a career-high 15 tackles, including six solo stops . . . All 15 tackles came over last four games . . . Posted a career-high 2.5 sacks against Western Kentucky - his only sacks of the season . . . Recorded a career-high eight tackles and three tackles for loss against the Hilltoppers as well . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll member.

2009: Played in six games on special teams and in a reserve role at linebacker . . . Recorded six tackles, including a season-high three tackles against Troy.

2008: Saw limited action in 11 games in 2008 . . . Recorded eight tackles for the season . . . Posted a career-high of five tackles against Texas Southern.

2007: Redshirted the 2007 season and participated on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played both running back and linebacker for an Osceola team that posted a 6-5 record, including a 5-2 mark in Conference 3-4A . . . Expected to play linebacker at Arkansas State . . . 2006 All-State selection . . . Rushed for 1,614 yards on 190 carries and scored 20 touchdowns as a senior . . . Rushed for 329 yards and five touchdowns on 19 carries against Valley View . . . Scored 132 points senior season . . . Tallied 92 tackles and four sacks from his linebacker position in 2006 . . . Named to the Arkansas All-Star Team . . . 2006 KAIT 8 Superteam, Jonesboro Best Under the Sun (Jonesboro Sun), All-Blytheville County selection, AP Superteam, All-State, All-Conference . . . 2005 statistics included 658 rushing yards and nine touchdowns on 80 carries, 105 tackles, nine sacks, three forced fumbles . . . 2004 statistics included 85 tackles, three sacks and four forced fumbles.

PERSONAL: Father, Elroy Sr., played nose guard at Arkansas State . . . Born Aug. 29, 1989 . . . Son of Charlotte Elroy Brown, Sr.

BROWN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. UT AT TOT TFL SACK

2008 2 6 8 0.5-1 0

2009 6 0 6 0 0

2010 6 9 15 3.0-9 2.5-8

Totals 14 15 29 3.5-10 2.5-8
Phillip Butterfield

2010: Played in 11 games as a redshirt freshman, finishing the year with 268 yards of total offense that ranked fourth on the team . . . Completed 13-of-26 pass attempts for 114 yards and one touchdown . . . Completed a season-high five passes (5-of-7) for a season-high 45 yards against Auburn . . . Rushed for 154 yards and one touchdown on 27 attempts . . . Recorded a long run of 28 yards in the season finale against Florida International when he ran for 41 total yards . . . Posted a season-high 49 rushing yards against Louisiana-Monroe . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List.

2009: Suffered a season-ending injury early in ASU’s 2009 fall camp and redshirted the season . . . With fellow quarterback Ryan Aplin out of 2010 spring camp with injury, Butterfield took the majority of snaps at quarterback . . . Completed 30-of-54 passes for 235 yards and three touchdowns during ASU’s Spring Game.

HIGH SCHOOL: One of 45 graduating high school seniors to be selected to play on the United States’ first national team comprised of players ages 19 and under in the 2009 IFAF Junior World Championship . . . Completed 11-of-18 passes for 128 yards and a touchdown to help the United States to a 41-3 victory over top-seeded Canada in the gold medal game . . . For the tournament, Butterfield completed 30-of-45 passes for 353 yards and two touchdowns . . . Arkansas Associated Press Super Team selection . . . Three-year starter for Lake Hamilton . . . Two-time all-state selection . . . Three-time all-conference selection . . . Two-time Garland County Offensive Player of the Year . . . Named the Arkansas Class 6A Offensive Player of the Year by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette . . . Little Rock Touchdown Club 2008 Class 6A Player of the Year . . . 2008 State Farm 7A/6A Offensive Player of the Year in the state of Arkansas . . . Two-time All-Tri-County Team in 2008 . . . . 2008 Tri-Lakes Player of the Year . . . 2009 Arkansas All-Star Game selection . . . 2009 U.S. Army All-American Game nominee . . . 2007 Fox 16 Player of the Year . . . Two-time Landers Award nominee . . . Recorded 6,930 career passing yards and threw 63 touchdown passes . . . Threw for 2,761 yards and 23 touchdowns to lead Lake Hamilton to the Class 6A state championship and a final record of 10-3 . . . Ran for 147 yards and two touchdowns, while also throwing for 140 yards and two more touchdowns in the Wolves 42-28 victory over El Dorado in the state championship game. Butterfield also posted an interception in the game, helping him garner the game’s MVP award . . . Lake Hamilton finished as the state runner-up his junior season . . . Lake Hamilton record holder for career passing touchdowns, season passing touchdowns and passing yards and single-game passing yards and touchdowns . . . 3-star recruit by CollegeFootballNews.com and Rivals.com . . . 36th ranked quarterback in the nation according to ESPN.com . . . Ranked as the No. 62 quarterback in the nation by Scout.com . . . Also recruited by Tulsa, Oklahoma State, Vanderbilt, Kansas, Mississippi State, Arkansas, Nebraska, Duke, Virginia and Princeton.

PERSONAL: Born July 27, 1990 . . . Son of Allen and Elaine Butterfield.

BUTTERFIELD’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS

Yr. COMP ATT YDS TD INT LG

2010 13 26 114 1 1 33

Totals 13 26 114 1 1 33

BUTTERFIELD’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS

Yr. ATT YDS AVG. TD LG

2010 27 154 5.7 1 28

Totals 27 154 5.7 1 28
Najel Byrd

2010: Played in eight games, including two as a starter . . . Recorded a career-high 22 tackles, including 14 unassisted . . . Tallied a career-best five tackles at Troy and posted multiple tackles in six of eight games played . . . Recorded one tackle for loss against Auburn . . . Tallied two pass break-ups.

2009: Played in five games as a junior . . . Recorded two tackles, one versus Middle Tennessee and one versus Western Kentucky.

2008: Did not play in any games.

2007: Sat out season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played both running back and linebacker for Central High School, but is expected to play linebacker at Arkansas State . . . 5A All-State selection as both a junior and senior . . . Recorded 1,210 rushing yards on 122 carries as a senior . . . Posted 75 tackles in eight games in 2006 . . . Runner-up at 2006 state track & field meet in the shot put with a best throw of 53-8 . . . Posted a season-best time of 10.78 in the 100 meters.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 12, 1988 . . . Son of Ethel and Charlie Robinson.
Jake Campbell

2010: Competed in three games, all in a reserve roll along the offensive line . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll member.

2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year starter for Belleville East, helping lead the school to the state playoffs each season, and four-year varsity letterman . . . Helped lead Belleville East to a 7-3 record as a junior in 2007 and a 7-4 mark last season . . . Team Captain . . . 2008 Honorable Mention All-State, Academic All-State, All-Conference, All-Area and All Metro-East team . . . No. 17 of 30 of the "Super 30" as a junior according to the St. Louis Post Dispatch . . . Named one of the top-10 linemen by the St. Louis Post Dispatch . . . Also competed in track and field . . . Academic Honor Roll student . . . Also recruited by Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Murray State, Harvard and Yale.

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 17, 1990 . . . Son of Brian and Cheryl Campbell.

Ryan Carrethers

2010: Competed in all 12 games in a reserve roll on the defensive line . . . Recorded six tackles, including four unassisted . . . Tallied a career-high three tackles versus Navy.

2009: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year varsity letterman . . . Posted 70 tackles and 10 sacks his senior season . . . Helped lead Brentwood Academy to three championship games . . . Named all-state and All-Williamson County in 2008 . . . Rivals.com Tennessee PostseasonTop 35 (No.33) 2009 among all players in the state . . . Also competed in wrestling at Brentwood.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 26, 1991 . . . Son of Ryan and Alisha Carrethers.
Tom Castilaw

2011: Granted a sixth-year of eligibility by the NCAA, Castilaw has earned strong preseason recognition and is the only starter returning along the Red Wolves’ offensive line . . . Rimington Trophy Watch List . . . Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt Conference selection by Phil Steele’s, Lindy’s, Athlon Sports and Blue Ribbon.

2010: Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Started the final 11 games of the season at center for ASU’s offense that ranked second in the Sun Belt Conference and 40th in the nation in total offense . . . ASU’s 4,841 yards of total offense were the most in school history and the second most in the Sun Belt Conference . . . Part of A-State offensive line ranked tied for third in the Sun Belt Conference in sacks allowed per game . . . Paved the way for 23 rushing touchdowns and also part of ASU offense that broke the school records for first downs and passing yards . . . Behind Castilaw and the O-line, the ASU offense averaged 5.7 yards per play to tie for the second highest mark in the Sun Belt Conference . . . A-State also ranked second in the SBC and 42nd in the nation in scoring offense with 30 points per game . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List member.

2009: Started the first four games of the season before suffering a season-ending injury during the Iowa contest . . . Part of the offenisve line that helped lead ASU to almost 500 yards of total offense in its season opener against Mississippi Valley State, and to over 300 yards in two of its first three games . . . Named to ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Commissioner’s List.

2008: Suffered an injury and only saw action in the Texas Southern game.

2007: Saw limited action, playing in one game (North Texas) . . . Received the “Freshman Academic Excellence Award” from the ASU coaching staff at the conclusion of spring drills.

2006: Redshirted.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterman . . . Starter as a junior and senior.

PERSONAL: born Sept. 21, 1987 in Alexandria, La. . . . Son of Tim Castilaw . . . Earned his bachelor’s degree in December 2010.
Kelsey Collins

2010: Redshirted and participated on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity football letterman . . . Played wide receiver and defensive back . . . Team captain junior and senior year . . . Advanced to the 6A State Championship his senior year . . . Made it to the first round of the playoffs junior season . . . Junior season returned two kickoffs back for touchdowns, recorded 16 total touchdowns and over 1,000 all-purpose yards . . . Senior season recorded 14 touchdowns and over 1,000 all-purpose yards . . . Recorded five career interceptions . . . All-state junior and senior season as a wide receiver . . . Academic honor roll member.

PERSONAL: Born January 5, 1992 . . . Son of Kenneth and Diane Collins . . . One brother, Kenneth Jr., and two sisters Kimberly Newton and Lashonea Campbell.



Brian Davis

2010: Played in five games as a true freshman, making 6-of-8 field goal attempts and 15-of-17 extra point attempts . . . Six field goals tied Bobby Zalud for the most on the team . . . Finished the season with 33 points, the fourth most on the team . . .Made a career-high two field goals in two games, including hitting 2-of-2 attempts against both Auburn and Navy . . . Hit a long of 41 yards against Auburn . . . Made a career-high five extra points (5-of-5) against Western Kentucky.

HIGH SCHOOL: Tremendous all-around specialist, handling kickoffs, punting duties and field goals for Brentwood . . . Dominated the Texas Showcase and also won the Alabama Showcase kicking competitions . . . Performed well in the Kohl’s Kicking competitions . . . Finished the 2009 season 9-of-11 on field goal attempts with a long of 44 yards and made 467-of-47 extra points . . . Punted 33 times as a senior, averaging 39.6 yards per punt . . . Recorded 14 punts inside the 20 and recorded 52 touchbacks while handling kickoff duties . . . Senior campaign named all-district while leading Brentwood to a district championship and the playoffs . . . No. 52 ranked kicker in the nation and No. 2 in the state of Tennessee by ESPN.com . . . Scored a 28 on ACT.

PERSONAL: Born Dec. 31, 1991 . . . Son of Greg and Susan Davis.

DAVIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. FGM FGA PCT. LG XPM XPA PCT.

2010 6 8 .750 41 15 17 .882

Totals 6 8 .750 41 15 17 .882


Demario Davis

2011: Rotary Lombardi Award Watch List . . . Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt Conference selection by Lindy’s, Athlon Sports, Phil Steele’s, Sporting News and Blue Ribbon . . . College Football Performance Awards national Linebacker of the Year Watch List.

2010: First Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . 2010 Preseason All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Named Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Nov .2 . . . Named a College Football Performance Awards Honorable Mention Linebacker of the Week . . . Recorded 63 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, one sack, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery . . . Recorded at least six tackles in seven games, including a season-high nine in two different outings . . . Posted a career-high two interceptions in ASU’s victory over Middle Tennessee, which also tied the most by a Sun Belt Conference player in a game this season . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll.

2009: Phil Steele’s All-Sun Belt Conference selection . . . Named Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 26 . . . Started all 12 games at outside linebacker . . . Led the team in tackles with a career-best 80 stops (51 solo, 29 assist) . . . Posted eight tackles for loss, the third most on the team . . . Three sacks tied Jeremy Gibson for the third most on the team . . . Also responsible for one interception, which he returned 75 yards for a touchdown against nationally-ranked Iowa . . . Three forced fumbles were the most on the team . . . Posted double-figure tackles in three games, including a career-high 14 in the Red Wolves’ season finale against Western Kentucky . . . Also had 12 stops against Louisiana-Monroe and 10 against Iowa . . . Posted a career-high two sacks in game at Florida International . . . Recorded at least five tackles in nine of 12 games played . . . ASU Athletic Director’s Honor Roll . . . Sun Belt Conference Academic Honor Roll.

2008: Played in 11 games in 2008 . . . Recorded a total of 17 tackles for the season, including 10 solo tackles . . . Recorded multiple tackles in five games, with a career-high three solo tackles against Florida International . . . Posted one tackle for loss of four yards . . . Recorded one pass break-up and returned one fumble 53 yards for a touchdown against Texas Southern.

2007: Did not play in any games, taking a redshirt season and participating on the scout team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year varsity letterman at Brandon High School who helped lead the team to its 14th playoff appearance in the last 16 years with a 7-5 record . . . Ranked No. 86 at his position by Scout.com . . . Recorded 81 tackles, six interceptions and one sack as senior . . . 2006 All-Region 3-5A, MAC First Team All-State and Clarion Ledger All-Metro selection . . . Played mostly wide receiver as sophomore and junior . . . Recorded four touchdowns and 386 receiving yards as a senior as well . . . Team Captain senior season . . . Starter on the Brandon HS basketball team and competes in the high jump with the varsity track & field team.

PERSONAL: Born Jan. 11, 1989 . . . Son of Sue Magee and Steven Davis . . . Earned his bachelor’s degree in May 2011.

DAVIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Yr. UT AT TOT TFL SACK

2008 10 7 17 1.0-4 0

2009 51 29 80 8.0-37 3.0-27

2010 37 26 63 3.5-9 1.0-7

Totals 98 62 160 12.5-50 4.0-34



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