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Tavon Austin heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Rams' picks: Round 1/8 - Tavon Austin, WR/KR, 5-9, 174, West Virginia...The Rams gave up a second-round pick to move up eight spots and take arguably the best playmaker in the draft. Austin will play in the spot, lineup at running, return kicks, and who knows what else. QUOTE TO NOTE: "That's something I can't change. I just laugh at it now. Not really laugh, but I just smile and take it in and put it on my shoulders. I've been small my whole life. It's not going to change. I'm 5-9, but my heart plays like I'm six feet. I try to keep that mindset, keep being smart on the field, knowing when to get down, knowing when not to get down, get the first down. That's really what it boils down to." - WR Tavon Austin on his size. - The Sports Xchange
Geno Smith heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Jets' picks: Round 2/39 -- Geno Smith, QB, 6-3, 218, West Virginia...One way or the other, he'll likely be the defining pick of the John Idzik Era. Jets were thrilled he fell from a potential No. 1 overall pick all the way into their laps in the second round, but is it a good idea to draft a quarterback when the head coach is very likely entering a lame-duck season? Smith's struggles in the second half of his senior season - and in the wintry conditions of the Pinstripe Bowl, located just a few miles from MetLife Stadium - are cause for concern, but his upside was too good to pass up. May not be an immediate starter, but Mark Sanchez's days in green and white are surely numbered. - The Sports Xchange
Pat White heading into rSr season: 2008: All-Big East Conference first-team selection for the third consecutive season...Started 12 games, missing the Syracuse game and the second half of the Rutgers game after suffering a head injury from a helmet-to-helmet collision vs. the Scarlet Knights...Ranked second in the conference with a 142.35 passing efficiency rating, as he led the Big East and finishing 19th in the nation in points responsible for (14.67 points per game)...Finished second on the team for the third time in four years with 974 yards and eight touchdowns on 191 carries (5.1-yard average)...Ranked third in the conference with an average of 234.67 yards per game in total offense...Completed 180-of-274 passes (65.69%) for 1,842 yards, a career-high 21 touchdowns and just seven interceptions...Helped the team rank 15th in the nation with an average of 209.92 yards per game rushing...Was sacked a career-high 16 times for minus-93 yards, but greatly reduced his turnovers, losing the ball just once on four fumbles...Had only 19-of-274 pass attempts deflected by the opposition (6.93%)...2007: All-Big East Conference first-team selection and named the league's Offensive Player of the Year...Semifinalist for the O'Brien Award and the Walter Camp Player of the Year Award...Named the Fiesta Bowl Offensive MVP and chosen for ESPN.com's All-Bowl team, as he also finished sixth in the Heisman Trophy balloting...Earned team MVP honors for the second-straight year...Ranked ninth in the nation with a 151.4 passing efficiency rating and finished 29th overall and second among the nation's quarterbacks in rushing, as he gained a career-high 1,335 yards with 14 touchdowns on 197 carries (6.8-yard average)...Only Michael Desormeaux of Louisiana-Lafayette (103.73 yards per game) had a better rushing yards per game average than White's 102.69 among the major college quarterbacks...Averaged 235.31 yards per game in total offense...Completed 144-of-216 passes (66.67%) for 1,724 yards, 14 touchdowns and only four interceptions...Made one solo tackle, but was sacked eight times for minus-35 yards...Fourth-round draft pick of Anaheim Angels in 2004.
*Robert Sands heading into rJr season: 2010: A two time first team all-BIG EAST performer, collected 53 tackles in 2010, including 34 solo stops, 1.5 sacks and 6.5 tackles for loss. He finished with a forced fumble and had one interception he returned 28 yards against USF. For his three-year career, he registered 151 tackles, including 88 unassisted tackles, 1.5 sacks and 10.0 tackles for loss. He forced two fumbles, one fumble recovery, six interceptions and eight pass breakups...2009: Played in all 13 games and started nine BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week: Pitt WVU Defensive Champion: Syracuse, USF, Pitt saw action on more than 660 plays, including a season high 81 plays against UConn also registered 50 or more plays in eight games fifth-leading tackler on the team with 65 total tackles, including 37 solo stops, 3.5 tackles for loss, five interceptions and eight pass breakups 2008: Played in all 13 games and started nine WVU Defensive Champion: Auburn, Connecticut saw action on more than 580 plays, including a season-high 58 plays against Cincinnati collected 33 tackles and a forced fumble for the year.
Bruce Irvin heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Seahawks' picks: Round 1/15 - Bruce Irvin, DE, 6-3, 248, West Virginia...League observers believe Seattle reached by taking Irvin here, but the Seahawks say they've got the best pass rusher in the draft. QUOTE TO NOTE: "The Lord knew it was all B.S., and he took care of it." -- Seahawks defensive end Bruce Irvin, addressing the latest incident he had in March back in Morgantown, West Virginia for disorderly conduct. Irvin said he recently got the charges dropped. - The Sports Xchange
Darell Scott heading into rSr season: 2008: Scott started 12 times at nose guard, missing most of the Florida State contest and the entire Duke clash with a knee sprain...Participated in 436 snaps, recording 39 tackles (29 solos) with 10 quarterback pressures...Posted a 6-yard sack and 7.5 stops for losses of 18 yards...Deflected one pass and recovered a fumble...Scott started his final 38 games, appearing in 50 contests while participating in a total of 1,501 plays...Recorded 161 tackles (103 solo) with nine sacks for minus 40 yards, 18.5 stops for losses of 57 yards and 36 quarterback pressures...Had one interception, two pass deflections, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble...2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; 25 Sol-46 TT, 5 TFL, 3 SK, 1 INT, 2 QBH; Honorable Mention All-ACC according to AP/ ACSMA in 2006...third among Clemson defensive linemen in tackles (50)...started all 13 games for Clemson's top-10 defense in 2007...had three sacks, third-most on the team...tenth on the team in tackles... 2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; 32 Sol-54 TT, 4 TFL, 3 SK, 8 QBH; Started all 13 games at defensive tackle and averaged 33 plays per game...had at least two tackles in every game, the only interior lineman who could make that claim...played his best game against Kentucky in the Music City Bowl with nine tackles, including a sack in 44 snaps... 2005: 9 GP; 0 GS; 10 Sol-18 TT, 2 TFL, 2 SK, 1 PBU, 10 QBH; Totaled 18 tackles in nine games...had 14 tackles in the last six games...averaged five snaps in the first six games and 25 in the last six games...had 10 quarterback pressures in 182 snaps; eight of the 10 were in the last four games... 2004: Red-shirted.
Najee Goode heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Buccaneers' picks: Round 5/140 - Najee Goode, LB, 6-0, 244, West Virginia...Goode made a good impression on Schiano playing for West Virginia, who never lost to the Scarlet Knights during his time there. Will most likely work at strong-side linebacker. - The Sports Xchange
Will Clarke heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Bengals' picks: Round 3/88 - Will Clarke, DE, 6-6, 271, West Virginia...The Bengals needed a replacement for Michael Johnson and you can't get a more identical prospect than Clarke. He owns the sprawling wingspan the Bengals desire off the edge. - The Sports Xchange
Charles Sims heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Buccaneers' picks: Round 3/69 - Charles Sims, RB, 6-0, 211, West Virginia...The Bucs had a lot of depth at running back with Doug Martin, Mike James and Bobby Rainey. But Sims is a bigger back and also has great hands, having caught more than 200 passes in college. He will be a good fit for Jeff Tedford's offense. - The Sports Xchange
*Stedman Bailey heading into rJr season: A closer look at the Rams' picks: Round 3/92 - Stedman Bailey, WR, 5-10, 193, West Virginia...Has excellent body control and simply makes plays. Bailey led the nation with 25 touchdowns last season, and in 226 career touches never fumbled. - The Sports Xchange
Jarrett Brown heading into rSr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite 2009 East-West Shrine Invite 2008: 9 GP; 1 GS; Rush: 36-169-4.7-1; Pass: 30-22-73.3-114-1-1; Rec: 1-(-1)-(-1)-0; Started in place of Pat White against Syracuse threw for 52 yards on 14-of-20 passes with a touchdown .. Missed the Auburn and Cincinnati games due to arm and hip injuries. 2007: 10 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 49-327-6.7-3; Pass: 48-31-64.6-341-2-2; Came off the bench at USF when Patrick White went down with a thigh bruise and completed 11-of-20 passes for 149 yards and a touchdown. 2006: 6 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 32-176-5.5-3; Pass: 47-38-80.9-384-2-1; Emerged as the backup to Patrick White posted 317 yards total offense in the triple-overtime win over Rutgers, his first career start, playing for the injured White 244 yards passing with a TD and scored on a 40-yard run offensive champion: Eastern Washington, Rutgers. 2005: Redshirted did not see varsity action.
Selvish Capers heading into rSr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite 2008: Started all 13 games at right tackle (lefty QB Pat White's blind side) saw action in more than 775 plays collected 56 knockdowns, including a season high eight knockdowns against Connecticut part of offensive line that helped pave the way for the No. 15 rushing offense in the nation. 2007: Played in all 13 games and started six moved from tight end to the right tackle position during the offseason started the season as the backup and then earned the starting job against Mississippi State and has kept it ever since saw limited action in the Fiesta Bowl, due to a sprained ankle season-high five knockdowns at Cincinnati Mountaineers ranked No. 3 nationally in rushing offense, tied for No. 5 for fewest sacks allowed (13), No. 9 in scoring offense and No. 15 in total offense. 2006: Saw limited time at tight end saw action against Eastern Washington and Connecticut. 2005: Non-qualifier, did not participate in football.
*Greg Isdaner heading into rJr season: 2007: Two-year starter at the left guard position on the offensive line big, physical lineman who takes advantage of his strength one of the leaders on the offensive line 2006: The 2006 starter at left guard freshman All-America (The Sporting News, Rivals, Scout) freshman all-BIG EAST (The Sporting News) 21 knockdowns for season average game grade: 87.7%... 2005: Did not see varsity action in 2005.
Mortty Ivy heading into rSr season: 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; 48 Sol-89 TT, 11 TFL, 6 SK, 1 INT, 1 PBU, 1 QBH, 2 FR, 3 FF; Mountaineer second-year starter at the weak-side linebacker position ability to contribute in a number of defensive packages and on every special team warded with the Coach's Contribution Award by the coaching staff second-leading tackler on the team with 89 tackles, including tying with a team-high 48 solo stops posted six sacks, third on the team and one interception also had 11 tackles for loss, third on the team tied for the team lead in forced fumbles (3) and recovered two fumbles four double-figure tackle totals, including two of the last three games honored with the coaches contribution award... 2006: 11 GP; 0 GS; 14 Sol-26 TT, 1 PBU; Recovery from a 2006 spring knee injury limited his contributions...2005: 12 GP; 0 GS; 28 Sol-44 TT, 2 TFL, 1 PBU, 1 QBH; Played behind Kevin McLee at will linebacker in 2005, making 44 tackles... 2004: Did not see varsity action in 2004, but won the Danny Van Etten Award from the WVU coaches as the scout team player of the year on defense.
J.T. Thomas heading into rSr season: 2010: After 12 games, he ranks third on the team, and No. 22 in the BIG EAST, in tackles (63). He also has recorded 2.5 sacks, seven tackles for loss, four pass breakups and two fumble recoveries. For his career, Thomas has 223 tackles, including six sacks, 27 tackles for loss and 13 pass breakups...2009: Started all 13 games tied for No. 14 in the BIG EAST in passes defended (7) and tied for No. 20 in tackles (76) used on more than 760 plays, including a season-high 78 against UConn saw action on 50 or more plays in 11 games second-leading tackler on the team with 76 total tackles, including assisting on a sack, seven tackles for loss, two interceptions, five pass breakups and a fumble recovery posted five or more tackles in nine games 2008: Started all 13 games used on more than 750 plays, including a season-high 74 against Syracuse saw action in 50 or more plays in 13 games, 60 or more plays nine times and 70 or more twice fourth-leading tackler on the team with 65 tackles, including a team-high 10 tackles for loss, three sacks, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery three pass breakups and a blocked punt double-figure tackles twice 2007: Saw action in 10 games tallied 19 tackles, including 13 solo stops, three tackles for loss and a pass breakup used on more than 125 plays, including a season-high 25 against Louisville 2006: Awarded a medical redshirt after a lingering ankle sprain kept him out of action ... won the 2006 Danny Van Etten Award from WVU coaches as the scout team player of the year on defense.
Brandon Hogan heading into Sr season: 2010: As a three-year starter at cornerback, Brandon Hogan has proven he is one of the best in the BIG EAST Conference. For the season, Hogan finished third in the BIG EAST in passes defended with six pass breakups and three interceptions. He finished No. 7 in the league in interceptions. In 46 career games, Hogan has recorded 171 total tackles, 24 pass breakups, seven interceptions and four fumble recoveries...2009: An all-BIG EAST Conference first-team selection by the league coaches started all 13 games saw action on more than 810 plays, including a season high 81 plays at Auburn used on 70 or more plays in six games and 60 or more plays in nine games third-leading tackler on the team with 74 total tackles, including a team-high 46 solo tackles also had two tackles for loss, an interception return for 17 yards, a fumble recovery and a team-high 11 pass breakups tied for No. 3 in the BIG EAST Conference in passes defended (12) and No. 22 in tackles 2008: Played in 12 games and started nine saw action on more than 650 plays, including a season-high 77 against Syracuse used in 50 or more plays in 10 games sixth-leading tackler on the team, collecting 60 tackles, including 40 solo stops, a team leading seven pass breakups, tied for the team lead with three interceptions and two fumble recoveries second on the team in fumble recoveries and tied for second in breakups 2007: Played in 10 games with one start saw action on more than 225 plays, including a season-high 55 against East Carolina had 12 receptions for 67 yards with a long catch of 12 yards season-high six catches for 44 yards with a long catch of 12 yards against East Carolina.
Chris Neild heading into rSr season: 2010: A Three year starter for the Mountaineers and a first team All-BIG EAST selection this season. He recorded 35 tackles, four tackles for loss and three sacks in 2010 and was a part of a defensive unit that ranked first in the BIG EAST and third in the nation in total defense (261.1 ypg). Neild leaves West Virginia with 130 total tackles, 11 tackles for loss and six sacks...2009: Started all 13 games saw action on more than 645 plays, including a season high 81 against UConn used on 50 or more plays in nine games finished with 35 total tackles, including 13 solo stops, two tackles for loss, a pass breakup and an interception posted four or more tackles in five games 2008: Started all 13 games used on more than 710 plays, including a season-high 64 at Colorado saw action in 50 or more plays in nine games posted the most tackles among the defensive linemen and ninth among the defense with 47, including 17 solo stops, 2.5 sacks and 4.5 tackles for loss also had a forced fumble and a pass breakup 2007: Played in 11 games and started two saw action on more than 225 plays, including a season-high 44 plays against Mississippi State used in 41 plays at Rutgers . registered 13 tackles, including eight solo tackles assisted on a sack 2006: Redshirted.
Keith Tandy heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Buccaneers' picks: Round 6/174 - Keith Tandy, CB, 5-10, 200, West Virginia...A roommate of Goode's at West Virginia, Tandy had a knack for making big plays and is good in zone coverage reading the eyes of quarterbacks. - The Sports Xchange
Noel Devine heading into Sr season: 2010: Despite battling a toe injury for most of the year, Devine has rushed for 844 yards this season to go along with six touchdowns. He ranks seventh in the BIG EAST and 64th in the country with 73.8 rushing yards per game. Devine finished his career ranked fourth on the BIG EASTs all-time rushing list with 4,317 yards...2009: Unanimous BIG EAST Conference first-team selection by league coaches, Phil Steele and ESPN.com Maxwell Award semifinalist named to ESPN.coms BIG EAST All-Bowl Team played in 13 games and started 10 saw action on more than 645 plays, including a season-high 74 at Auburn used on 50 or more plays in nine games led the team in rushing with 1,465 yards, averaging 6.1 yards a carry scored 13 touchdowns rushing...Finished with 22 catches for 177 yards, an average of 8.0 yards per catch and scored a touchdown No. 2 rusher in the BIG EAST Conference and No. 17 nationally No. 4 in the BIG EAST in all-purpose yardage (1,742) and No. 43 nationally No. 5 in scoring touchdowns and No. 9 in total offense and overall scoring (6.5) had at least one reception in every game but Rutgers finished with 100 or more yards rushing in seven games, including a career-high 220 yards against Colorado collected 19 plays of 20 yards or more, including 14 rushing, one receiving and four kickoff returns seven runs of 50 or more yards, including three for touchdowns...2008: Played all 13 games and started 12 BIG EAST All-Conference second team Phil Steeles BIG EAST second team saw action on more than 675 plays, including a season-high 71 against Cincinnati used in 50 or more plays 11 times team-leading rusher, registering 1,289 yards on 206 carries, an average of 6.3 yards per carry, four touchdowns and a long run of 92 yards tied for second on the team with 35 catches for 185 yards with a long reception of 17 yards collected 100 or more yards rushing five times, 100 or more all-purpose yards seven times and single plays of 20 yards or more 20 times 2007: Honored with the Danny Van Etten Rookie of the Year Award by the coaching staff played in 12 games third-leading rusher on the team with 627 yards on 73 carries, an average of 8.6 yards per carry scored six touchdowns and had a long run of 76 yards ranked No. 10 in the BIG EAST Conference in rushing yards per game led the Mountaineers with 27 plays of 20 yards or more.
Sidney Glover heading into Sr season: 2009: Played in 12 games and started 10 saw action on more than 615 plays, including a season-high 83 at Auburn used on 50 or more plays in 10 games seventh-leading tackler on the team with 60 tackles, including 39 solo stops also had 1.5 sacks, seven tackles for loss, two interceptions, four pass breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery tied for No. 17 in the BIG EAST Conference in passes defended (6) and tied for No. 28 in tackles 2008: Played in 11 games and started 10 made his first career start at East Carolina sprained his left knee in the final regular season game against USF and missed the bowl game used in a more than 600 plays, including a season-high 70 at Colorado saw action in 50 or more plays eight times fifth-leading tackler on the team with 61 tackles, including one sack and 4.5 tackles for loss tied for third on the team with six pass breakups forced a fumble, recovered a fumble and has an interception 2007: Played in 11 games season-high 19 plays against Western Michigan .. used in 16 plays against Mississippi State and 13 against Connecticut registered 18 tackles, including 14 solo stops one sack and a forced fumble.
Ryan Stanchek heading into rSr season: 2007: Three-year starter at the left tackle position on the offensive line graduated with his bachelor's degree in physical education in December 2007 Walter Camp Football Foundation second-team All-American first-team all-Big EAST by rivals.com selected by the coaching staff for the John Russell Memorial Award saw action in more than 800 plays helped pave the way for the offense to produce two 1,000-yard rushers offense averaged 6.2 yards a carry, 297.2 yards a game rushing and 456.2 in total offense Mountaineers ranked No. 3 nationally in rushing offense, tied for No. 5 for fewest sacks allowed (13), No. 9 in scoring offense and No. 15 in total offense collected 103 knockdowns...2006: 2006 second team all-BIG EAST 46 knockdowns for season average game grade: 90.3% started the season at guard but moved to left tackle with the injury to Damien Crissey Gridiron Gladiator Award from WVU coaches for on-field tenacity...2005: Moved into the starting lineup after four games in 2005 first team freshman All-America (The Sporting News) starter at left guard since the Virginia Tech game 2004: Did not see varsity action in 2004 but won the Danny Van Etten Award from WVU coaches as the scout team player of the year on offense BIG EAST academic all-star.
Tyler Urban heading into Sr season: 2010: Played in 11 games sustained knee injury against Coastal Carolina, missed the Marshall and Maryland games finished with three catches for seven yards for the season. 2009: Played in 13 games and started seven caught 10 passes for 117 yards and a touchdown during the year WVU Offensive Champion: Syracuse. 2008: Played in all 13 games and started four awarded the Danny Van Etten Rookie of the Year Award by the coaching staff used mostly in blocking situations finished with four catches for 79 yards, an average of 19.8 yards per catch, two touchdowns made two big catches for 42 yards with a long of 23 yards against North Carolina in the Meineke Car Care Bowl.
Julian Miller heading into rSr season: 2010: Played in 13 games and started 12 named first team all-Big East by ESPN.com sixth-leading tackler with 54 tackles, including 28 solo stops, nine sacks, a team-leading 14 tackles for loss, one forced fumble and three pass breakups tied for No. 4 in BIG EAST in tackles for loss and sacks earned WVU defensive player of the game honors against USF (five tackles, two for loss, sack) and Louisville (six tackles, two for loss). 2009: Started all 13 games named second-team all-Big East by rivals.com eighth-leading tackler on the team with 53 tackles, including 30 solo tackles team-high nine sacks and 14 tackles for loss registered three pass breakups and a forced fumble ranked No. 4 in the BIG EAST in sacks and tied for No. 6 in tackles for loss Big East Defensive Player of the Week: Louisville (six tackles, three sacks, pass break-up) WVU Defensive Champion: Liberty, Syracuse, Marshall. 2008: Played in all 13 games and started two registered 21 tackles, 3.5 sacks, three pass breakups and a fumble recovery three solo tackles, two sacks and a fumble recovery at Louisville. 2007: Redshirted coaching staff awarded him the Danny Van Etten Award as the scout teams Defensive Player of the Year scout team defensive champion: Marshall.
Wes Lyons heading into Sr season: 2007: Played in 12 games saw action in more than 325 plays has seven catches for 111 yards with a long reception of 21 yards...2006: Played as a true freshman ...three catches for 28 yards in Eastern Washington win ... 11-yard reception at East Carolina.
Jock Sanders heading into Sr season: 2010: Sanders became WVUs all-time career receptions leader at Pitt, passing previous leader David Saunders (1995-98, 191 catches). Additionally, Sanders streak of catching at least one reception in consecutive games claimed the No. 1 spot on WVUs list and No. 2 on the BIG EAST list. Through 51 career games, he owns 3,238 all-purpose yards, the 10th best total on the all-time WVU all-purpose yards list...2009: Played in 13 games and started 10 had an outstanding season, posting his career high in receptions (72) ranked No. 2 in the BIG EAST in receptions per game and No. 7 in receiving yards per game also ranked No. 3 in punt return average and No. 12 in all-purpose yardage nationally tied for No. 32 in receptions per game and No. 30 in punt return average used on more than 580 plays, including a season high 64 at Auburn saw action on 45 or more plays in eight games leading receiver for the Mountaineers with 72 catches for 688 yards, an average of 9.6 yards per catch, three touchdowns and a long of 38 yards fourth-leading rusher with 35 carries for 175 yards, an average of 5.0 yards per carry, a touchdown and a long of 19 yards posted 11 plays of 20 yards or more, eight receiving, one kickoff return and two punt returns 2008: Started all 13 games BIG EAST All-Conference second team saw action in over 560 plays, including a season-high 66 plays against Cincinnati used in 50 or more plays in nine games led the team with 53 receptions for 462 yards and seven touchdowns third in rushing yards with 48 carries for 250 yards and two touchdowns third in kickoff returns with six for 130 yards, an average of 21.7 yards per return with a long of 32 yards had a receiving touchdown in five games had 12 plays of 20 yards or more 2007: Played in all 13 games and started two ran the ball 16 times for 105 yards, two touchdowns with a long carry of 56 yards 12 catches for 102 yards with a long reception of 23 yards three kickoff returns for 58 yards with a long of 27 yards two punt returns for 43 yards with a long return of 23 yards.
Don Barclay heading into rSr season: 2010: Started all 13 games finished with six thunderbolt blocks and 45 knockdowns offensive player of the week by the coaching staff for the UNLV and Cincinnati games WVU finished second in the Big East in passing, total offense and first downs. 2009: Started all 13 games WVU Offensive Champion: Liberty registered a team-high 15 thunderbolt blocks and 64 knockdowns part of an offensive line that led the Big East in rushing yards per game. 2008: Played in all 13 games and started one added depth as the primary backup and played both the tackle and guard positions on the offensive line had a knockdown in nine games. 2007: Redshirted. Personal: Uncle, Al Pisula, was a WVU letterman in the 1970s.
Alric Arnett heading into rSr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite...2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 2-(-4)-(-2)-0; Rec: 35-466-13.3-6; Led the team in receiving yards (466), average (13.3), was second in receiving touchdowns (6) and tied for second in catches (35) long catch of 52 yards season-high seven catches for 93 yards and two touchdowns against North Carolina in the Meineke Car Care Bowl finished with a one-hand touchdown reception over the right shoulder and caught the game-winning touchdown from 20 yards out in the fourth quarter. 2007: Redshirted due to thumb injury that kept him out for most of the season had surgery in Oct. 2007. JC: Seven catches for 74 yards and a score at Scottsdale (Ariz.) Community College in 2006 14 catches for 212 yards and three scores in 2005 at Butler (Kan.) Community College.
Scooter Berry heading into rSr season: 2009: Played in eight games and started five saw action on more than 250 plays, including a season-high 58 against Pitt used on 40 or more plays in four games had 15 total tackles for the season, including eight solo stops, a sack and 2.5 tackles for loss 2008: Started all 13 games earned second team all-BIG EAST Conference honors saw action on more than 900 plays, including a season-high 71 plays at Louisville used in 50 or more plays nine times one of the main cogs of the No. 11 ranked scoring defense in the nation registered 34 tackles for the season, including 14 solo stops, 5.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks team-high three fumble recoveries also has three pass breakups and a forced fumble 2007: Played in 13 games and started 10 finished with 27 total tackles, including 13 solo stops assisted on a sack and had 4.5 tackles for loss forced a fumble and tied for the team lead with three fumble recoveries 2006: Redshirted...Won the 2006 Danny Van Etten Award from WVU coaches as the scout team player of the year on defense.
Brad Starks heading into rSr season: 2010: Played in 13 games and started two saw limited time during the early part of the season, battling hamstring and hip injuries finished with 19 catches for 317 yards for the season, an average of 16.7 yards per game, four touchdowns earned WVU offensive player of the game honors against UNLV and Cincinnati registered a game-high four receptions for 100 yards, three touchdowns and a long catch of 48 yards against UNLV. 2009: Played in 12 games and started eight ranked No. 15 in the BIG EAST in receiving yards per game and No. 16 in receptions per game WVU Offensive Champion: Syracuse, Cincinnati third-leading receiver on the team with 29 catches for 405 yards, an average of 14.0 yards per catch, two touchdowns missed the Rutgers game with post-concussion symptoms from the Pitt game ran two reverses for 13 yards career-high five catches for 76 yards with a long reception of 55 yards against East Carolina. 2008: Played in nine games and started two missed several games with shoulder injury during the middle of the season fifth-leading receiver with 17 catches for 168 yards and a touchdown season-high four catches for 61 yards, a long of 35 yards and a touchdown against North Carolina in the Meineke Car Care Bowl. 2007: Redshirted.
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