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Nehemiah Warrick
Nehemiah Warrick

Hometown:
Bradenton, Fla.

Last College:
Hutchinson Community College

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 208

Position:
S

Birthdate:
06/26/1985

Experience:
2L


Career Stats in PDF Format

Exciting playmaker started 21 games at strong safety in his two-year Spartan career . . . AS A SENIOR: Finished sixth on the team with 61 tackles . . . had three pass break-ups . . . rated among the nation's top strong safeties (No. 26) by Phil Steele's College Football Preview . . . recorded four tackles in season opener vs. UAB . . . collected four tackles and a pass break-up vs. Bowling Green . . . tied career high with 12 tackles at Wisconsin . . . second on the team with nine tackles vs. Northwestern . . . recorded 10 tackles at Ohio State, including one for a loss . . . tallied five tackles at Iowa . . . registered six tackles vs. Penn State . . . recorded four tackles in the Champs Sports Bowl against Boston College . . . AS A JUNIOR: Appeared in 11 of 12 games, including 10 starting assignments (six starts at strong safety and four at bandit) . . . sat out the Northwestern game with a twisted knee . . . ranked fifth on the team in tackles with 45 (29 solos, 16 assists), including 3.5 for losses (12 yards) . . . made six stops (3-3) vs. top-ranked Ohio State . . . posted seven tackles (3-4) vs. Illinois . . . totaled eight tackles at Pittsburgh, including seven solo hits . . . compiled 20 production points in his Spartan debut vs. Idaho, recording 12 tackles and a pass break-up . . . enrolled at Michigan State on Jan. 9, 2006, for the beginning of the spring semester . . . JUNIOR COLLEGE, HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: NJCAA first-team All-American . . . rated among the nation's top 50 JUCO prospects by Rivals.com (No. 50) . . . earned first-team All-Jayhawk Conference honors as a sophomore for Coach Craig Jersild at Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College . . . ranked as the Blue Dragons' secondleading tackler in 2005, with 60 total tackles (46 solos, 14 assists) . . . recorded two interceptions and eight pass break-ups as a sophomore . . . started the 2005 season as a cornerback before making the transition to safety . . . posted nine tackles each vs. Dodge City (Oct. 23) and Coffeyville . . . made seven stops each vs. Butler and Air Force Prep . . . named NJCAA Co-Defensive Player of the Week after compiling seven tackles, including six solos, two interceptions and two pass break-ups in a 28-12 victory over Independence . . . also accounted for 131 all-purpose yards vs. Independence, returning a kickoff 81 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter . . . produced eight tackles and recovered a fumble vs. Fort Scott . . . registered a career-high 10 tackles in the season opener vs. Dodge City . . . returned seven kickoffs vs. 208 yards . . . ranked third in NJCAA Region VI in kickoff returns, averaging 29.7 yards . . . returned two punts for 38 yards (19.0 avg.) . . . also caught three passes for 57 yards (19.0 avg.) . . . former walk-on had 36 receptions for 516 yards (14.3 avg.) and four TDs in 2004 . . . had four catches for 85 yards vs. Highland (Oct. 24), with three grabs resulting in scores . . . caught seven passes for a career-high 127 yards vs. Highland (Sept. 11) . . . had a career-best eight receptions for 45 yards vs. Independence . . . played against current Spartan Devin Thomas (Coffeyville) in junior college . . . former high school teammate of current Spartan linebacker SirDarean Adams at Bayshore in Bradenton, Fla. . . . born June 26, 1985 . . . majoring in sociology.

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