BJOERN WERNER

Defensive End

Florida State University Seminoles

#95

6:03.2-266

Berlin, Germany

Salisbury (Ct.) School

 

OVERVIEW

For all of the talent that the Seminoles have been able to discover in the home state, the player that could end their twelve-year drought of not having a Florida State defensive end selected in the first round of the draft come to an end by a product that hails from Berlin, Germany.

 

Since the 1951 draft, 239 Seminoles have been chosen by National Football League teams, including 36 players that heard their names called in the first round. Of those 36 elite prospects, only six were defensive ends. The last collegiate defensive end to be taken in the first round was Kamerion Wimbley in 2006, by Cleveland, but he was later converted into a 3-4 outside linebacker.

 

The last FSU defensive end to go in round one and remain at that position in the NFL was Jamal Reynolds, the tenth choice in the opening phase of the 2001 draft by Green Bay. The earliest a defensive end from Florida State has been taken on draft day was Peter Boulware by Baltimore with the fourth pick in 1997, but like Wimbley, his professional success was as a linebacker.

 

Many talent evaluators feel that Werner has ascended to the top of the 2013 draft class at the defensive end position. What is truly remarkable was that he never even knew about the game of football until age fifteen, when a friend invited him to play flag football back in Berlin. He leaves Florida State as the school’s first defensive end to receive consensus All-American first-team honors since the 2000 season.

 

Throughout Florida State’s storied career, only six other defensive linemen were named consensus All-Americans, and just three were collegiate defensive ends. Peter Boulware was the first to capture that honor in 1996, followed by Reinard Wilson a year later. The final defensive end to garner such accolades was Jamal Reynolds in 2000.

 

Three interior linemen also graced that prestigious All-American list, headlined by Hall of Famer Ron Simmons, the only two-time All-American defensive lineman in school annals (1979-80) and the player many feel was responsible for the nose guard position gaining the popularity and importance it receives in the game of football today. Andrew Wadsworth played all the positions on the front wall and was a Lombardi Award runner-up in 1997. Corey Simon was another nose guard to earn that award, coming in 1999, when he was also a Lombardi Award second-place finisher.

 

Werner didn’t play a down of tackle football until he was age fifteen, but in three seasons at Florida State, he quickly became a force for the Seminoles. He was more interested in playing soccer as a child, as it was the “national sport” when he was growing up in Germany. Then, a friend at his school in Berlin asked if he were interested in playing flag football. Werner was hooked. “It was just a little five-on-five flag football,” Werner said. “It was pretty fun. It was the first time I touched a football.”

 

Now, years later, Werner laughs at the thought, the memory of a 12-year-old version of himself, tall but not nearly the hulking, 275-pound defensive end that he is now at Florida State. Asked what position did he played back then and he shyly replies, “You don’t want to know, but it was safety and wide receiver.”

 

His journey to Tallahassee might not be unique, but it’s far from the norm for an elite college football prospect. Most players grow up tossing the football around the front yard and playing pee-wee tackle football before they play on teams in middle school and high school. Werner didn’t play a down of tackle football until he was just turning into a teenager. By that point, he had filled out, and his coaches knew he was very good.

 

Werner’s passion for the game led him to scour the Internet. He found the USA Football International Student Program and was soon attending the Salisbury School, leaving Germany and moving to Connecticut. “It was in the middle of nowhere,” Werner recalls.

 

Werner had communicated with Salisbury officials and football coaches via email. The shock came when he arrived in the United States and realized his English wasn’t very good. “We take English as a second language in Germany,” Werner said. “But, honestly I didn’t really care about English in the first place. I was like, ‘I don’t need it.’ It’s like people take Spanish here for five years. In the 10th grade, I was like, ‘I want to go to America.’ I should have listed to all this English stuff.”

 

At first, Werner got away by using hand signals for a while, but being immersed in the language and the culture allowed him to adapt and learn. By his high school sophomore season, he had recorded 54 tackles and twelve sacks, but he was also homesick. After that school year, he went back to Germany, where he went to school and played for the Berlin Adler club team.

 

Werner returned to Connecticut for his senior season so that he could pursue his dream of attending college and playing football in the U.S. In his final campaign, he produced 57 tackles, three sacks and four forced fumbles. The recruiting services took notice and Scout.com gave him a four-star ranking. The only question now was, where to go to college?

 

Offers came in from dozens of schools across the country. Werner didn’t know a top-25 program from a basement-dweller. He had no idea which colleges to visit. “I had no clue what’s going on,” the defensive end said. “I was getting tired fast from recruiting.” Ever since he arrived in the states as a teenager, he considered his high school coach, Chris Adamson, as a father figure. Adamson helped him narrow the list of suitors. The Salisbury product by way of Germany took visits to California, Maryland, Rutgers and Oregon.

 

Every school wanted him to play defensive tackle. Werner wanted to play defensive end.

Then he made his final visit to Florida State in January 2010. Head coach Jimbo Fisher and his staff said the magic words. “At the last point, they told me, ‘We’re going to let you play defensive end,’ ” Werner said. “I was like, ‘Okay, I’m coming.’ ”

 

Also coming along for the ride was his girlfriend, Denise. They had dated for years, even when Bjoern was in Connecticut. After some serious discussions about their future, they decided to get married in the spring of 2010. On the current roster, he is the only married football player at Florida State.

 

“I love it,” Werner said. “When I have a bad day at practice, I can talk about it. People ask me why you married that early, and I was like, ‘I don’t know. It just happened. I didn’t plan it.’ It happened to be that I’m married really young and I love it.”

 

Denise is taking classes at Tallahassee Community College. She also immersed herself in the world of football so that she could talk with Bjoern about the game. “When I met her, she never knew what football was,” Werner said. “She printed out 20 pages on Wikipedia and read all the rules to talk with me about football. I was kind of surprised. She even highlighted sentences.”

Werner’s first impression of Division I offensive tackles was that he “never knew that people could be that big.” Three years later, it was those offensive linemen that faced a worthy challenge. As a freshman, Werner was a backup to starting left defensive end Markus White, but still enjoyed a productive freshman season, with 20 tackles and 3.5 sacks.

 

What may be more impressive is that he did it with a torn meniscus in one of his knees. The injury was discovered in August, 2010, but he opted to postpone surgery until after the bowl victory over South Carolina. In his first collegiate game, Werner had no idea what to expect when he ran out of the tunnel for the season opener vs. Samford, but was amazed by how many fans had come to watch a college football game. He would give those fans their money’s worth, recording a sack and two stops behind the line of scrimmage in his debut.

 

“Professional soccer is the same way in Germany as college football here,” Werner said. “I was shocked. The only thing is we don’t get money. That’s the only difference. This stadium (Doak Campbell) is bigger than my professional soccer team in Berlin. I think 70,000 people fit in there. Here, 83,000 people fit in.”

 

His parents have been able to catch a few of his games on television or online back home. Football made some inroads with the now-defunct NFL Europe, which was a hit in Germany, but the league didn’t have much of an impact on Werner, who said he knew little about football growing up and still finds himself explaining the popularity of college football to his family and friends back home.

 

“When I tell my family, they are like, ‘What? Why are people loving it that much?’ ” Werner said. “I was like, ‘I don’t know.’ ” The way Werner played as a Seminole, fans in both the United States and Germany took notice, and so did professional scouts and coaches.

 

“He just consistently puts his face in there, uses his fists, rushes the passer good,” Fisher said. “Bjoern is a very good football player. He’s a great young man.” Werner’s physique and playing style has drawn favorable comparisons to St. Louis Rams standout, All-Pro defensive end Chris Long. Both have similar builds – with long arms and large hands, good upper body muscle tone, tight waist and hips, good bubble and impressive lower body thickness.

 

Werner has learned how to use his long reach (79 ¼-inch wing span and 33 ¼-inch arm length) well to keep blockers away from his body, also utilizing it, along with good timing and leaping ability to bat down a fair share of passes at the line of scrimmage (sixteen in the last two seasons). What sets him apart from most young defensive ends is his keen knowledge of the game and his uncanny ability to read block pressure and quickly locate the ball, despite a relative short amount of time as a football player.

 

Werner is a quick-twitch athlete who shows good quickness, agility, and flexibility, along with fluid knee bend. He builds to top acceleration nicely in long pursuit and shows good redirection skills in his pass rush off the edge (twenty sacks in 27 games as a starter). He has an explosive burst, playing with good leverage in attempts to reach and separate from blocks while closing on the quarterback with good urgency.

 

Werner is the type that plays and practices hard and with a purpose, showing good effort and toughness. He has active hands and feet, showing outstanding quickness off the ball and natural movement ability to close. He comes off the snap with good pad level, getting into the blocker quickly with a solid hand jolt to rock the opponent back on his heels. He also demonstrates very crisp plant-&-drive agility to make quick change of direction moves working down the line.

 

One of his better assets is Werner’s lateral agility. He has a good feel for blocks and knows what to do to avoid in pursuit. He defends the run well, using his hands and extending at the point-of-attack, as he has the hand punch to quickly shed blockers and has developed into an efficient, physical, hip-roll tackler working in-line. When he extends his arms (and keeps them active), he can hold ground at the point of attack vs. the isolated blocker.

 

Werner could possibly see time as a linebacker in a 3-4 alignment, as he moves very well laterally and displays good effort in pursuit, along with the knee bend to slip by blockers in-line. He is a high energy type who has good success clearing his feet and chasing hard to run down plays in pursuit. He shows flexibility to fight off cut blocks, as he takes good angles when pursuing down field. He is seen as a physical tackler who can bend, roll his hips, and drive through the ball carrier.

 

Werner turned heads as a sophomore starter at Florida State in 2011, making a name for himself as both a pass rusher and run stuffer with his strong, but fast style of play. He finished the season with eleven stops behind the line of scrimmage that included seven sacks, adding eight pressures and 37 tackles. He returned one of his fumble recoveries for a touchdown and his great leaping ability allowed him to intercept one pass and bat down eight others.

 

Prior to the 2012 season, Werner dropped 20 pounds, from the 275 he played at in 2011, hoping to increase his overall quickness and stamina. “Last year, after five plays, I was tired. Now I can go 20 plays, and I’m not tired at all,” Werner said in August. “That was 10 pounds straight of fat. What’s that going to do for me?”

 

The weight loss did not affect his dominance in the trenches. He led the team and tied for second in the Atlantic Coast Conference with 18.0 stops behind the line of scrimmage, pacing the league while ranking 13th nationally with thirteen sacks in 2012. He posted 42 tackles, deflected eight passes and recorded five pressures on the way to being a Ted Hendricks Award and Bronko Nagurski finalist, in addition to receiving unanimous All-American accolades.

 

As the coaching staff expected, Werner announced he would forego his final year of eligibility shortly after Florida State won the Orange Bowl. “I’m grateful to Coach (Jimbo) Fisher and Florida State for giving me the opportunity to be a Seminole and play for one of the top college football programs in the country,” Werner said. “I’ve learned so much from the coaches especially Coach (D.J.) Eliot and have been able to play with some of the best players in the country.”

 

“After sitting down with my wife Denise and gathering as much information, I’ve decided to move on and enter the NFL Draft. I’ve enjoyed my time at FSU and will cherish the time I spent as a Seminole.” He closed his career with 35 tackles for loss, 23.5 sacks, 18 passes defended, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in just two seasons as a starter.

 

“It’s the best decision for him and his family,” head coach Jimbo Fisher said. “Not only is he a great football player, but he’s an unbelievable person. His leadership on and off the field will impact this program for years to come. I wish him nothing but the best and he will always be remembered as one of the great players in FSU history.”

CAREER NOTES

Werner started each of his final 27 games at Florida State, appearing in a total of 41 contests…Recorded just 99 tackles (63 solos), but had 23.5 sacks for minus 179 yards, 35.0 stops for losses totaling 213 yards and thirteen quarterback pressures…Also had three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries, returning two for 34 yards that included a 25-yard touchdown…Intercepted one pass and deflected seventeen others…His 23.5 sacks rank eighth among active NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision performers and tied Jamal Reynolds (1997-2000) for fourth on the school career-record chart behind Reinard Wilson (35.5; 1993-96), Peter Boulware (34.0; 1994-96) and Ron Simmons (25.0; 1977-80)…

His sack lost yardage total of 179 is fourth-best among active FBS players, and his minus 213 yards on 35 tackles behind the line of scrimmage is 11th on the active performer chart…Finished ninth in school history with his 35.0 stops-for-loss.

 

2012 SEASON

Unanimous All-American first-team selection (The NFL Draft Report, Walter Camp, Football Writers Association, Associated Press, American Football Coaches Association, Florida Athletic Coaches Association, Sporting News, CBS Sports, Athlon and Pro Football Weekly)…All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team choice and named the ACC’s Defensive Player of the Year…Was joined on the All-ACC first-team by fellow defensive end Tank Carradine, as they not only formed the most productive defensive end tandem in the league, but their selections marked the first time the Seminoles have had both starting defensive ends earn first-team All-ACC honors since the dynamic 1996 tandem of All-Americans Peter Boulware and Reinard Wilson. “They’ve been great all year,” head coach Jimbo Fisher said. “I saw Boulware and Wilson. I didn’t get to coach with them, and I know their numbers might have been a little higher, but these guys are pretty dadgum good themselves.”…Werner was also a finalist for both the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (nation’s top defensive player) and Ted Hendricks Award (nation’s best defensive end)…Started all year at left defensive end, leading the team while tying for second in the ACC and 23rd in the nation with 18.0 stops for losses of 134 yards, tying Lawrence Timmons (2006) and Travis Johnson (2004) for fifth on the school season tackle-for-loss record chart…Led the league and finished 13th in the nation with thirteen sacks for minus 117 yards, as that figure also tied Alonzo Jackson (2002) for fifth on the FSU annual record list…Added five quarterback pressures, as he caused a fumble and advanced a fumble recovery 9 yards, along with deflecting eight passes…Helped the Seminoles lead the ACC and finish third nationally in run defense (92.29 ypg), pace the league and rank second in the FBS ranks in total defense (254.14 ypg) and lead the FBS in pass defense (161.86 ypg)…Named Lott IMPACT National Player of the Week vs. Murray State in the season opener, as he turned in one of the top defensive individual performances in Florida State history. In just over two quarters of play, Werner registered five solo tackles – all of which came behind the line of scrimmage for minus-30 yards. Four of the tackles were quarterback sacks, accounting for minus-28 yards and matching the most by an FSU player since Alonzo Jackson recorded four at Louisville in 2002. His five tackles for loss tied the 45-year-old school record set by Dale McCullers against Memphis State in 1967. In addition to his tackles, Werner forced a fumble and broke up a pass. His performance also earned him National Defensive Performer and National Defensive Lineman of the Week honors from the College Football Performance Awards…His 15-yard sack vs. Savannah State moved him into the top twenty on the school all-time record chart…Added a 14-yard sack, 2.5 stops for minus 16 yards and four tackles vs. Wake Forest…Had a 12-yard sack vs. Miami and another 12-yarder to go with a total of three stops behind the line of scrimmage among his four tackles vs. Maryland…Registered three sacks for minus 36 yards, causing a fumble that he recovered and advanced nine yards while also posting six tackles vs. Florida…In the Boston College clash, he almost single-handedly thwarted the Eagles on four attempts to score from the FSU one-yard line by recording a pass break-up on first down, a tackle for no gain on second down and a QB hurry on fourth down causing an incomplete pass…Was named the Seminoles’ Most Valuable Player on defense for the second straight year at the team’s annual banquet.

 

2011 SEASON

The All-Atlantic Conference first-team choice by The NFL Draft Report after starting all thirteen games at left defensive end, Werner earned Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-District honors, as he was recognized for his work in the classroom with one of eight sophomore academic awards and named one of three defensive MVPs at the annual team banquet…The rising registered 37 tackles (25 solos) for an FSU unit that ranked second in the nation in rushing defense (82.69 ypg), fourth in scoring defense (15.08 ppg) and fourth in total defense (275.00 ypg)…Led the Seminoles with eight quarterback pressures and two fumble recoveries, which included a 25-yard touchdown return vs. Clemson…Ranked second on the team with a eight pass break-ups and nine passes defended, as he also intercepted a toss…Collected his first career interception with a leaping grab at Boston College…Ranked second among Seminoles with eleven stops for losses of 52 yards and seven sacks for minus 40 yards…Established a season-high with six tackles, including a sack among two tackles for loss vs. top-ranked Oklahoma, which earned him ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week honors…Turned in a monstrous game at Duke with four pass break-ups, two quarterback hurries and a sack, as his four pass deflections vs. the Blue Devils were the most by an FBS defensive lineman since Nebraska’s Ndamukong Suh batted down four vs. Virginia Tech on September 19th, 2009…Posted a season-high two sacks at Wake Forest…Added two tackles including one for a loss and sack in the Champs Sports Bowl win over Notre Dame.

 

2010 SEASON

Werner appeared in all fourteen games as a true freshman, registering 20 tackles (8 solos), including six stops for losses of 27 yards and 3.5 sacks for minus 22 yards…Also had a pass deflection and a forced fumble…Was a relentless pass rusher who frequently over-powers opposing tackles, as his three sacks came over the course of the first four games…Registered a season-high five tackles in the win at Maryland…Twice collected 1.5 tackles for loss (Samford, Wake Forest)…Earned an academic achievement award at the 2010 football banquet for having one of the top GPAs for his class.

 

INJURY REPORT

High School…Had ankle injury playing soccer in high school.

2010 Season…Suffered a torn meniscus in his knee during August camp, but played all season before having it repaired.

 

AGILITY TESTS

4.83 in the 40-yard dash…1.69 10-yard dash…2.70 20-yard dash…4.40 20-yard shuttle…

7.30 three-cone drill…31-inch vertical jump…9’3” broad jump…Bench pressed 225 pounds 25 times…33 ¼-inch arm length…9 5/8-inch hands…79 ¼-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Werner was a German exchange student who played only two years of high school foot-ball in the United States, attending Salisbury (Ct.) High School, where he played for head coach Chris Adamson…Rated a four-star prospect by Scout.com, he received a three-star ranking from Rivals, which regarded him as the 65th-best defensive end nationally and the sixth-best overall prospect in the state of Connecticut…Rated the 24th-best defensive end prospect according to ESPN…Was a high school teammate of Florida State tight end Will Tye…As a sophomore at the Salisbury School, he recorded 54 tackles, including 24 for losses, 12 sacks and two fumble recoveries in just eight games…Returned to Germany and played at home for Berlin Adler national team as a junior…Came back to Salisbury for his senior season, as the tight end and defensive end posted 57 tackles with three sacks, four forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, four pass deflections and two blocked field goals while also catching ten passes for 98 yards from the tight end position in 2009.

 

PERSONAL

Business major…Was married over 2010 spring break to his wife Denise…Born 8/30/90…

Resides in Berlin, Germany.

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
STATS GP GS TK SO AS FR FC INT TFL PBU SACK PRES
2010 14 00  20  08  12  00  01  00  06.0-027   01  03.5-022    00
2011 13 13  37  25  12  02  01  01  11.0-052   08  07.0-040    08
2012 14 14  42  30  12  01  01  00  18.0-134   08  13.0-117    05
TOTAL 41 27  99  63  36  03  03  01  35.0-213   17  23.5-179    13

 

ADVANCED FUMBLE RECOVERIES INTERCEPTION RETURNS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2011  01        25 25.00  01    25  01        00 00.00  00    00
2012  01        09 09.00  00    09  00        00 00.00  00    00
TOTAL  02        34 17.00  01    25  01        00 00.00  00    00

 

WERNER GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Int. Ret.

Fum. Ret.

Tackles

Sacks

PBU

FC

Pres

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Ast

Solo

Yards

Murray St. 09/01/12 Murray St. 69-3

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

0

5

30

0

4

28

1

1

0

Savannah St. 09/08/12 Savannah 55-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

17

0

1

15

0

0

0

Wake Forest 09/15/12 WFU 52-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

3

1

2

16

1

1

14

0

0

0

Clemson 09/22/12 Clemson 49-37

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

2

South Fla. 09/29/12 at USF 30-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

North Carolina St. 10/06/12 at NCSU 16-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

0

1

6

0

0

0

1

0

1

Boston College 10/13/12 BC 51-7

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

Miami (FL) 10/20/12 at Miami 33-20

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

1

1

12

1

1

12

0

0

0

Duke 10/27/12 Duke 48-7

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

0

1

3

0

0

0

0

0

1

Virginia Tech 11/08/12 at Virginia Tech 28-22

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

Maryland 11/17/12 at Maryland 41-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

2

1

14

1

1

12

1

0

0

Florida 11/24/12 Florida 26-37

Yes

0

0

0

1

9

0

2

4

1

3

36

1

3

36

0

0

0

Georgia Tech 12/01/12 Georgia Tech 21-15

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Northern Ill. 01/01/13 NIU 31-10

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

Season Totals

0

0

0

1

9

0

12

30

6

15

134

4

11

117

8

1

5

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Int. Ret.

Fum. Ret.

Tackles

Sacks

PBU

FC

PRES

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Ast

Solo

Yards

La.-Monroe 09/03/11 ULM 34-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

4

0

1

3

0

1

0

Charleston So. 09/10/11 CSU 62-10

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Oklahoma 09/17/11 Oklahoma 13-23

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

5

0

2

11

0

1

7

0

0

1

Clemson 09/24/11 at Clemson 30-35

Yes

0

0

0

1

25

1

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Wake Forest 10/08/11 at WFU 30-35

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

0

2

15

0

2

15

1

0

0

Duke 10/15/11 at Duke 41-16

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

6

0

1

6

4

0

2

Maryland 10/22/11 Maryland 41-16

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

0

1

5

0

1

5

0

0

0

North Carolina St. 10/29/11 NCSU 34-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

Boston College 11/03/11 at BC 38-7

Yes

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

Miami (FL) 11/12/11 Miami (FL) 23-19

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

2

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

1

Virginia 11/19/11 Virginia 13-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

3

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

2

Florida 11/26/11 at Florida 21-7

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

3

0

1

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

Notre Dame 12/29/11 Notre Dame 18-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

1

4

0

1

4

0

0

1

Season Totals

1

0

0

1

25

1

12

25

2

10

52

0

7

40

8

1

8

 

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Int. Ret.

Fum. Ret.

Tackles

Sacks

PBU

FC

Pres

No

Yds

TD

No

Yds

TD

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Ast

Solo

Yards

Samford 09/04/10 Samford 59-6

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

13

0

1

12

0

0

0

Oklahoma 09/11/10 at Okla. 17-47

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

BYU 09/18/10 BYU 34-10

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

1

6

0

1

6

0

1

0

Wake Forest 09/25/10 WFU 31-0

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

1

1

1

3

0

1

2

0

0

0

Virginia 10/02/10 at Virginia 34-14

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Miami (FL) 10/09/10 at Miami 45-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Boston College 10/16/10 BC 24-19

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

North Carolina St. 10/28/10 at NCSU 24-28

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

North Carolina 11/06/10 UNC 35-37

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Clemson 11/13/10 Clemson 16-13

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

Maryland 11/20/10 at Maryland 30-16

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

4

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Florida 11/27/10 Florida 31-7

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Virginia Tech 12/04/10 Virginia Tech 33-44

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

South Carolina 12/31/10 SC 26-17

Yes

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

2

1

0

2

0

0

0

Season Totals

0

0

0

0

0

0

12

8

4

4

27

1

3

22

1

1

0

 

Data provided by Dave-Te Thomas, Publisher of the NFL Draft Reports for TonySoftli.com & Tony Softli Draft Board; Distributed by Scouting Services, Inc. © Copyright 2012/13 – All Rights Reserved; Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of Scouting Services Inc. is strictly prohibited.