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AS A SENIOR: Started 12 games at nose tackle after serving as part-time starter on the defensive line in 2006 . . . started 18 career games . . . had 31 tackles, 4.5 tackles for losses and one sack in 2007 . . . recorded three tackles and one tackle for loss (3 yards) vs. UAB . . . tallied first career sack (7 yards) vs. Bowling Green and had two tackles, including 1.5 for losses (9 yards) . . . recovered a fumble late in the fourth quarter to set up an MSU field goal in win over Pitt . . . registered four tackles, including one for a loss . . . at Wisconsin, left the game in the first half with a hand injury, but came back and played a majority of the game . . . saw action in limited duty vs. Northwestern due to hand injury and did not start . . . returned to the starting lineup and recorded two tackles vs. Indiana . . . recorded two tackles at Ohio State . . . tallied four tackles at Iowa . . . registered three tackles vs. Michigan . . . notched three tackles and had one tackle for loss in the Champs Sports Bowl vs. Boston College . . . AS A JUNIOR: Appeared in all
12 games in 2006, including starts in the first six games at defensive tackle . . . totaled 23 tackles (10 solos, 13 assists) . . . recorded a career-best six tackles, including 1.5 for losses (2 yards), and forced a fumble in the season finale at Penn State . . . made four stops (1-3) vs. Illinois . . . enrolled at Michigan State on Jan. 9, 2006, for the beginning of the spring semester . . .
JUNIOR COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Earned second-team All-Foothill Conference honors in 2005, playing for Coach Mike Pompa at
Southwestern College in Chula Vista, Calif. . . . recorded 55 tackles as a sophomore, including 10 sacks . . . anchored a defensive line that helped the Jaguars rank third in the Foothill Conference in rushing defense, allowing 132.7 yards per game . . . posted seven tackles, including two sacks, in the season finale vs. San Bernardino . . . produced a career-high nine stops, including one sack, vs. Victor Valley . . . blocked a field-goal attempt vs. College of the Desert that was returned for a touchdown . . . sat out the entire 2004 season . . .
started nine games (seven games at defensive end and two at defensive tackle) as a true freshman . . . registered 45 tackles in 2003, including five sacks . . .
scored his first collegiate touchdown vs. San Bernardino, recovering a fumble in the end zone early in the second quarter . . . played only one season of varsity football for Coach Karl Danielson at Mt. Miguel High School in Spring Valley, Calif. . . . born Dec. 24, 1985 . . . majoring in interdisciplinary studies in social science - human resources.