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Duke Ihenacho heading into rSr season: 2010: Started the first two games before a season-ending injury forced him to the sidelines...Credited with a forced fumble that prevented a touchdown in the opener at Alabama (9/4)...Was in on 8 tackles for the season...One tackle for loss came in the Alabama contest...A pass break-up and four tackles in the Southern Utah victory. 2009: ALL-WAC First Team (Coaches)…started all 12 games…second on the Spartans in total tackles with 89, broke up six passes, forced two fumbles, recovered one and intercepted one pass. 2008: First-team All-WAC pick as a linebacker… started all 12 games...led conference in interceptions at 0.42 per game ... returned two of his five interceptions for touchdowns...Fifth on the Spartans with 66 tackles, 5.5 for loss...Season-high 13 stops (6 solo, 7 assisted) with 2.0 tackles for loss and a fumble recovery against Boise State. 2007: Played in 10 games, starting six...Ninth on the Spartans with 32 tackles, two for loss … Season-high seven tackles (3 solo, 4 assisted) and forced a fumble in a starting role against Hawai'i ...Tied for second on the team with four pass break-ups...Was credited with the team’s only punt block of the season in the UC Davis triumph. Personal: Younger brother of former San Jose State defensive end Carl Ihenacho.
Jarron Gilbert heading into rSr season: 2008: All-American first-team and Super Sleeper Team selection by The NFL Draft Report...All-Western Athletic Conference first-team choice and named the league's co-Defensive Player of the Year...The team captain was also named the Spartans' Most Valuable Player...Started at his fourth different position during his SJSU career, taking over left defensive tackle duties...Recorded a career-high 52 tackles (36 solos), as he led the team, ranked second in the WAC and finished tied for 19th in the nation with 9.5 sacks for minus 74 yards...Led the NCAA and tied the conference season-record with 22.0 stops behind the line of scrimmage for losses totaling 116 yards...Added five quarterback pressures, as he caused two fumbles and deflected three passes...Made 41 of his plays vs. the running game, holding the opposition to 39 yards (0.95 ypc) with no touchdowns and just four first downs, as he stopped ball carriers for no gain on eight attempts, in addition to making 22 tackles behind the line of scrimmage...Registered ten of his stops on third-down plays and one more on fourth down, as he also produced seven stops for loss inside the red zone...Gilbert played in 48 games at San Jose State, starting 14 games at right defensive end, 12 at left defensive tackle, 10 at left defensive end and two at right defensive tackle...Recorded 144 tackles (87 solos) with seven quarterback pressures, three forced fumbles and 15 pass deflections...His 22.5 sacks for minus 142 yards fifth on the Western Athletic Conference career list behind Jorge Cordova of Nevada (31.0, 2000-03), Brandon Green of Rice (25.0, 1999-2002), Travis LaBoy of Hawaii (24.0, 2001-03) and Garrett McIntyre of Fresno State (23.5, 2002-05)...His 9.5 sacks in 2008 tied Melila Purcell of Hawaii (2006) and J.J. Milan of Nevada (2006) for tenth on the WAC's season-record chart...Gilbert registered 42.0 stops for losses of 207 yards, breaking the old school career-record of 40.5 tackles behind the line of scrimmage by Lyneil Mayo (1989-90) and rank tied with Nick Burley of Fresno State (1999-2002), Sam Rayburn of Tulsa (1999-2002) and Derek Kennard of Nevada (2000-03) for sixth on the conference all-time record chart...His 22.0 tackles for loss in 2008 tied Travis LaBoy of Hawaii (2003) for the WAC season-record...2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; 23 Sol-39 TT, 7.5 TFL, 4 SK, 4 PBU, 1 FF; Second team All-WAC...2006: 13 GP; 10 GS; 14 Sol-32 TT, 7.5 TFL, 5 SK, 6 PBU, 2 QBH; Started 10 games and played in all 13...Finished season with 32 tackles, including 7.5 tackles for loss...Led Spartans with 5.0 sacks.
David Quessenberry heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Texans' picks: Round 6/176 - David Quessenberry, T, 6-5, 302, San Jose State...A former tight end with quick feet, agility and balance. He has movement skills coaches like in their zone scheme. He needs work on technique, and he's got to get stronger and more consistent to compete for playing time. - The Sports Xchange
David Fales heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Bears' picks: Round 6/183 -- David Fales, QB, 6-2, 228, San Jose State...He is expected to come in and compete with Jerrod Johnson for developmental quarterback behind backup Jordan Palmer. He led the NCAA in completion percentage as a junior (.725) after transferring from junior college. He'd originally committed to Nevada but left after his freshman year because an offense that greatly utilized the running of Colin Kaepernick did not fit his skills. A big arm hasn't been his calling card, but accuracy has, and he threw for 66 touchdowns in two seasons with San Jose State. He completed 68 percent in two seasons.
Chris Owens heading into Sr season: 2008: First-team All-Western Athletic Conference selection...voted one of four team captains by his teammates...tied for third on the team in tackles with 68 (40 solos) that included three stops for losses of 11 yards and a quarterback pressure (vs. Boise State)...Collected just one interception, returning it 25 yards and led the Spartans with eight pass deflections... Was the major reason the team improved from ranking 75th in the country in total defense in 2007 (408.0 ypg) to 21st (also second in the WAC) with an average of 311.67 yards per game...The secondary's improvement was even more noticeable, going from 78th in the NCAA with an average of 242.08 yards per game allowed passing in 2007 to finishing tenth in the country and second in the league by giving up just 170.25 aerial yards per game...Owens started 38 of 48 games at San Jose State, including his final 37 contests at right cornerback...Recorded 228 tackles (132 solos) with an 8-yard sack, seven stops for losses of 24 yards and one quarterback pressure...Deflected 20 passes...Gained 132 yards on 13 interceptions that rank ninth among active NCAA players and placed fourth on the school career record list, topped by the 14 generated each by Ken Thomas (1979-82), Sherman Croft (1982-83) and Gerald Jones (2002-03)...2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; 41 Sol-75 TT, 2.5 TFL, 6 INT, 3 PBU; Second team All-WAC...2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; 33 Sol-50 TT, 1.5 TFL, 1 SK, 4 INT, 5 PBU, 1 FR, 1 FF; Was one-half of the top pair of cornerbacks in the category of pass interceptions in 2006...Along with Dwight Lowery, combined for 13 interceptions...Had his four interceptions in the final five games of the season... Most recent San Jose State player to intercept more than one pass in a game with his pair of thefts in the win over Fresno State...Finished 10th in the conference in passes defended with his five pass break-ups and four interceptions...One of three defensive backs to start in every game...Has made at least one tackle in each of the Spartans' last 23 games...2005: 11 GP; 1 GS; 18 Sol-35 TT, 2 INT, 4 PBU; Saw considerable action during the season and started in the Nevada game... Was credited with 35 tackles and tied for third on the team with two pass interceptions... Season high of 10 tackles came against Nevada... Interceptions occurred at Louisiana Tech and in the New Mexico State win.
Coye Francies heading into rSr season: 2007: Sat out 2007 transferring from Oregon State to San Jose State...Dismissed from OSU for a violation of team rules. Arrested for illegal weapons possession in June 2007, although the charges were later dropped...2006: 14 GP; 3 GS; 27 Sol-39 TT, 4.5 TFL, 2 SK, 1 INT, 5 PBU, 1 FR, 4 FF...JC: 2005 Mid-Empire Conference Defensive Most Valuable Player at American River JC...first team JC All-American by the California Community College Football Coaches Association ...member of the 2005 Mid-Empire Conference All-Conference team as a return specialist and defensive back...American River was 10-0 for the regular season, the first time in the program's 50-year history it was undefeated...the team finished ranked No. 3 in Northern California...Francies led the state with 11 interceptions...ranked third in the state for kickoff returns at 36.8 yards per attempt and fourth for punt returns at 17.4...Rivals.com two-star athlete...ran track at American River JC.
Jeff Schweiger heading into rSr season: 2007: Sat out transferring from USC to San Jose State...2006: 5 GP; 0 GS; 2 Sol-2 TT. 2005: 8 GP; 0 GS; 5 Sol-11 TT, 1 TFL, 1 FF; After missing USC's first 4 games of 2005 while recovering from a fractured right foot suffered in 2005 fall camp, Schweiger saw significant action as a backup defensive end as a sophomore. Overall in 2005 while appearing in 8 games (all but Hawaii, Arkansas, Oregon, Arizona State and UCLA), he made 11 tackles, including 1 for a loss of 2 yards. He had 2 stops each against Arizona, Notre Dame, Stanford and California...2004: 12 GP; 0 GS; 7 Sol-18 TT, 4.5 TFL, 2 SK, 1 PBU, 1 FF; Schweiger backed up Frostee Rucker at defensive end as a first-year freshman in 2004. Overall in 2004 while appearing in 12 games, he made 18 tackles, including 4.5 for losses of 32 yards (with 2 sacks for 27 yards), plus 1 deflection and 1 forced fumble. He missed the California game after spraining his left knee at Stanford.
Carl Ihenacho heading into Sr season: 2008: 12 GP; 9 GS; 47 Sol-64 TT, 18.5 TFL, 7 SK, 3 PBU, 7 QBH, 3 FF; Second-team All-WAC player…was the national leader in quarterback sacks and tackles for loss during the first half of the 2008 season… along with his brother, safety Duke Ihenacho, are the only known brother combination to be NCAA statistical leaders in the same season …finished eighth among FBS players in tackles for loss (18.5), 49th in quarterback sacks (7.0) and 29th in forced fumbles. 2007: 12 GP; 8 GS; 14 Sol-30 TT, 6 TFL, 5 SK, 1 PBU, 1 QBH; Credited with a team-high 5.0 quarterback sacks and tied for fifth in the WAC for solo sacks...10th in overall sacks in the conference. 2006: 11 GP; 3 GS; 11 Sol-28 TT, 3 TFL, 1 SK, 1 PBU, 1 FF; Displayed versatility by playing inside and outside in the defensive scheme. Personal: Younger brother, Duke Ihenacho, plays for the Spartans.
Justin Cole heading into rSr season: 2008: 12 GP; 11 GS; 23 Sol-68 TT, 8.5 TFL, 5 SK, 1 INT, 5 PBU, 3 QBH, 3 FR; Second-team All-WAC linebacker in 2008…Tied for third on the team in tackles…Led the team with three fumble recoveries…Third on the Spartans with 8.5 tackles for loss and 5.0 quarterback sacks…Scored his first touchdown with a 62-yard interception return against Boise State. 2007: 12 GP; 9 GS; 16 Sol-35 TT, 3.5 TFL, 1 SK, 1 QBH, 1 FR, 1 FF; Had at least one tackle in every game. 2006: 13 GP; 11 GS; 16 Sol-32 TT, 9.5 TFL, 4 SK, 1 PBU, 1 FF; Earned freshman All-America recognition from The Sporting News...Second on the team with 4.0 sacks...His 11 starts led Spartans’ defensive line. 2005: Redshirted the season... earned one of the team’s "Scout Team" awards for his spirited play.
Bene' Benwikere heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Panthers' picks: Round 5/148 - Bene' Benwikere, CB, 5-11, 195, San Jose State...The Panthers are hoping Godfrey, who's coming off a torn Achilles, can compete with Benwikere for the No. 1 nickel back role. Carolina liked Benwikere so much, they gave up their seventh-round pick and switched fifth-round selections with Minnesota to move up 20 spots. - The Sports Xchange
Kevin Jurovich heading into Sr season: 2009 Texas vs the Nation Invite…2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 12-56-4.7-0; Rec: 85-1183-13.9-9; 3 Sol-5 TT; Second team All-WAC; 85 receptions, 1,183 yards, 9 TDs in 2007…2006: 5 GP; 1 GS; 0 Sol-7 TT; Played in five games and started at safety in the Stanford victory…In on seven tackles for the season… Jurovich was a holder for kick-scoring attempts. Missed time with broken right hand. Quit the team during the season due to frustration over the injury and playing defense…2005: 10 GP; 1 GS; 6 Sol-14 TT, 0.5 TFL, 1 PBU; Played in every game… Started as a safety in the Louisiana Tech contest… Was credited with 14 tackles on the season… Had his season high of four tackles in the season-opening win against Eastern Washington… Was the team's number-one holder for kick-scoring attempts.
David Richmond heading into Sr season: 2007: 12 GP; 10 GS; Rec: 55-852-15.5-3; 2 Sol-2 TT; 55 receptions, 852 yards, 3 TDs in 2007...JC: One of the top pass catchers in the California Community College system a year ago....A 2006 JC GridWire third-team All-American and a first-team Region IV all-state selection for Santa Ana College (Coach Gerry Gross)...12th nationally in receptions with 54 catches for 842 yards and nine touchdowns...Touchdown total in 2006 was eighth among pass catchers in the California Community College system…Took up football when he enrolled at Santa Ana College and caught one pass in the only game he played in 2005.
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