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Tony Fiammetta heading into rSr season: 2007: 11 GP; 8 GS; Rush: 3-8-2.7-0; Rec: 12-75-6.2-0; Played in 11 games, including eight starts ... Against Illinois, caught a career-best four passes for 18 yards …2006: 12 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 8-15-1.9-0; One of 40 players to participate in every game... 2005: Played in 10 games, primarily on special teams...2004: Redshirted in 2004.
Ryan Nassib heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Giants' picks: Round 4/110 - Ryan Nassib, QB, 6-2, 227, Syracuse...The Giants traded up six spots to nab this young prospect, giving up their sixth-round spot in order to begin grooming Eli Manning's possible successor. While Nassib might not see the field for a while, if he develops, he could bring value down the line in a trade. - The Sports Xchange
Shamarko Thomas heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Steelers' picks: Round 4/111 - Shamarko Thomas, S, 5-9, 217, Syracuse...Desperate for safeties after losing backups Will Allen and Ryan Mundy as free agents and with aging Troy Polamalu, 32, and Ryan Clark, 34. Only thing holding him back is his height and history of concussions. The Steelers traded their 2014 third-round pick to the Browns to take him. - The Sports Xchange
*Chandler Jones heading into rJr season: A closer look at the Patriots' picks: Round 1/21 -- Chandler Jones, DE, 6-5, 265, Syracuse...This is clearly the player the Patriots coveted from Day 1, as evident by the fact they traded up to get him, dealing the 27th overall pick and a third-round selection to move to No. 21. Jones has already drawn some comparisons to Giants' defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul based on his pure athleticism, and it's obvious the Patriots needed help with the pass rush. - The Sports Xchange
*Justin Pugh heading into rJr season: A closer look at the Giants' picks: Round 1/19 - Justin Pugh, T, 6-5, 307, Syracuse...The Giants need offensive line depth at guard and right tackle and Pugh can play anywhere along the line. While he'll compete this year at right tackle, a move inside to guard could be in his future. - The Sports Xchange
Ryan Bartholomew heading into rSr season: 2010: Started all 13 games … Team captain … Phil Steele All-BIG EAST Third Team … Anchored the offensive line that blocked for 1,000-yard rusher Delone Carter … At Cincinnati, recovered a fumble in the endzone to record his first career touchdown...Two letters … Member of 2007 Spring, 2008 Fall, 2009 Spring, 2009 Fall and 2010 Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll... 2010 BIG EAST All-Academic Team...2009: All-BIG EAST Second Team … Phil Steele All-BIG EAST Third Team … Started all 12 games, including eight at guard and three at center in place of the injured Jim McKenzie … Part of an offensive line that blocked for 1,000-yard rusher Delone Carter...2008: Started all 10 games he played … Missed games against Akron and Penn State due to injury … Instrumental in helping Curtis Brinkley record six 100-yard rushing games in first seven contests of the season...2007: Played in two games, at Iowa and against Buffalo...2006: Redshirted.
Rob Long heading into Sr season: 2009: All-BIG EAST First Team selection … Ray Guy Award semifinalist … Phil Steele All-BIG EAST Second Team selection … Elected a team captain by his peers … Played in all 12 games as the punter, holder for field goal and PATs and was the kickoff specialist … His 43.76 yards per punt average ranked 15th nationally and second the BIG EAST …2008: Played all 12 games as the punter and the holder for field goals and PATs … Ranked 14th nationally and third in the BIG EAST with 43.9 yards per punt average … His 43.9 average ranks third on SU’s single-season chart …2007: 2007 All-BIG EAST Second Team selection … 2007 Sporting News and College Sports Report Freshman All-American … 2007 Rivals.com BIG EAST All-Freshman Team selection … One of 34 players to play in every game … Finished third on SU’s single-season punting yards list (3,139) and punting attempts list (75) … Was 33rd nationally and third in the BIG EAST with a 41.9 yards per punt average.
Delone Carter heading into rSr season: 2010: All-BIG EAST Second Team selection ... His 2,906 career rushing yards rank fourth on the Orange career rushing list ... His 86.2 rushing yards a game ranks fourth in the BIG EAST and 39th nationally ... Carter’s career average of 70.9 yards per game ranks seventh in Syracuse history ... Has an active streak of 215 carries without losing a fumble, which dates back to SU's 2009 season-finale at Connecticut ...Has rushed for at least 100 yards in 10 games during his career, which ranks eighth in Syracuse history .... Ranks ninth on SU's career rushing touchdown list (22) and tied for ninth in total career touchdowns (23), both rushing and receiving ... Is 10th on SU's single season rushing record list with 1,035...2009: Played in all 12 games, including 11 starts … Finished 43rd nationally in rushing yards per game (85.08) … His 11 touchdowns ties for 10th and his 236 carries is seventh on SU single-season record lists … Ranks 19th on Syracuse's career rushing leaders list (1,871 yards) …2008: Played in five games … At Northwestern, had six carries for 45 yards (7.5 yards per carry)… Against Akron, gained 88 yards on 12 carries … Against Penn state, had three carries for six yards before leaving the game with an injured hamstring …2007: Redshirted...Dislocated his hip during Spring practice and missed the 2007 season...2006: Sporting News Freshman All-American and Freshman All-BIG EAST selection … His 713 yards, on 156 carries, ranks second in school history for rushing yards by a freshman (Joe Morris, 1,001 rushing yards in 1978) … The first freshman to lead Syracuse in rushing since Morris in 1978 … Averaged 59.4 rushing yards per game, the 11th-best mark by a freshman in the NCAA and the fifth-highest by a true freshman that season.
Arthur Jones heading into rSr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite…2009: Tore pectoral muscle in February 2009, underwent surgery. 2008: 12 GP; 12 GS; 33 Sol-60 TT, 13 TFL, 3.5 SK, 1 PBU; All-BIG EAST First Team … One of 10 players to start every game … Ranked sixth in the BIG EAST with 1.08 tackles for loss per game … At Notre Dame, earned BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week and an ESPN ‘Helmet Sticker’ after dominating the field, recording a career-high 15 tackles, including 4.0 tackles for loss of 24 yards and 1.5 sacks for a loss of 20 yards. 2007: 11 GP; 11 GS; 32 Sol-51 TT, 17.5 TFL, 1 SK, 1 BLK; 2007 ECAC All-Star … 2007 All-BIG EAST Second Team selection … Ranked third on SU’s single-season tackle-for-loss list with 17.5 … Against South Florida, tallied two tackles before leaving the game with an ankle injury … At Connecticut, did not play due to injury. 2006: 12 GP; 0 GS; 8 Sol-15 TT, 1 TFL, 0.5 SK, 1 FR; One of 40 players to participate in every game. 2005: Redshirted.
Doug Hogue heading into Sr season: 2010: All-BIG EAST First Team selection … Ranks seventh in the BIG EAST with 7.4 tackles per game and tied for 12th with 0.79 tackles for loss per game Ranks ninth on Syracuse’s career tackles for loss record list with 26.5, which he has accomplished in 25 games on defense … Moved to linebacker at the beginning of 2009 Spring practice …2009: Started all 12 games … His .79 sacks per game tied for 21st nationally and ranked second in the BIG EAST … Led the BIG EAST and tied for 20th nationally with 1.33 tackles for loss per game... 2008: Played in 11 games, starting two … At Northwestern, recorded six carries for 23 yards and two catches for 12 yards … Against Akron, earned the start and gained nine yards on three carries … Against Penn State, made his second consecutive start, rushing for six yards on four carries …2007: Played in nine games, including four starts … Finished second on the team in rushing with 251 yards on 77 carries.
Derrell Smith heading into rSr season: 2010: All-BIG EAST Second Team selection ... Team captain ... Started all 12 games ... Ranks fourth in the BIG EAST with 8.58 tackles per game and tied for 19th nationally with 5.58 solo stops per game ... Tied for 35th nationally and fifth in the BIG EAST with 0.25 forced fumbles per game ... Tied for 19th nationally and fifth in the conference with 0.25 fumbles recovered per game ...2009: All-BIG EAST Second Team … His four forced fumbles tied for fourth on the SU single-season record and led the BIG EAST … Ranked fifth in the BIG EAST with 8.1 tackles per game and sixth with .65 sacks per game … Started all 10 games he played … Missed the final two games of the season due to injury …2008: One of 10 players to start all 12 games … Ranked 13th in the BIG EAST in tackles per game (6.1 per game) …2007: One of 34 players to participate in every game in 2007 … Against Washington, had five carries for 19 yards and one catch for nine yards … At Iowa, gained three yards on five carries and had one reception...2006: Redshirted.
Andrew Tiller heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Saints' picks: Round 6/179 -- Andrew Tiller, G, 6-5, 334, Syracuse...Mammoth prospect got a solid recommendation from Syracuse coach Doug Marrone, the Saints offensive line coach from 2006-08. - The Sports Xchange
*Mike Williams heading into Jr season: 2008: Suspended from Syracuse after 2008 spring semester under allegations of cheating. Missed 2008 season, attended a community college for the fall semester. 2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rec: 60-837-14-10; Second team All-Big East. One of nine players to start every game for the Orange in 2007; tied the Syracuse all-time record for receptions in a season with 60;finished his sophomore year ranked third on SU’s single-season touchdown list (10), most for a Syracuse player since Rob Moore had 11 in 1988. 2006: 10 GP; 3 GS; Rec: 24-461-19.2-4; Led the team with 461 receiving yards becoming the first freshman to lead the team in receiving since Scott Schwedes (in 1983) … His 24 receptions and 461 yards both rank second in school history for a freshman and are the highest totals since 1990 … Ranked sixth in the BIG EAST with 46.1 receiving yards per game.
Ryan Durand heading into rSr season: 2007: Started all 11 games he played at right guard … Against Rutgers, started at right guard but suffered a sprained ankle in the second quarter … Against Buffalo, missed the game due to an ankle injury...2006: One of 13 players to start every game … Only offensive lineman to start every game at the same position (right guard)...2005: Played in seven games and made the travel squad for all 12 contests...2004: Redshirted in 2004.
Antwon Bailey heading into Sr season: 2010: Played in all 13 games ... At Akron, gained 55 rushing yards and 30 receiving yards on four receptions ... gained a season-best 94 yards rushing on 19 carries and caught two passes for 11 yards at West Virginia ... Covered 50 yards on seven carries and had three receptions for 29 yards against Kansas State in the Pinstripe Bowl. 2009: Suspended for violating team rules after being in car with teammates in November 2009 early-morning crash … played in 11 games, starting two … earned BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll recognition after he gained 181 all-purpose yards against Rutgers, including 77 yards on 16 carries and his first touchdown of the season on a 14-yard run, averaged 28.5 yards on two kickoff returns, including a career-long 27-yard return, and caught three passes for 47 yards. 2008: Played in final eight games of the season … scored his first career touchdown on a 39-yard run against Louisville … led SU with 126 yards on 16 carries against Notre Dame, also scored a touchdown to ignite SU’s come-from-behind victory. Personal: Cousin, James Johnson, played defensive back for Marshall University.
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