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Cooper Taylor heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Giants' picks: Round 5/152 - Cooper Taylor, SS, 6-4, 228, Richmond...Feel-good story who overcame a potentially life-threatening heart condition, Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome, which is characterized by abnormal electrical pathways in the heart. He can cover the slot corner, drop into coverage, and play up in the box all equally well. - The Sports Xchange
Aaron Corp heading into rSr season: 2010: Started Richmond's first five games before injuring his left knee against New Hampshire … he had completed 54.5 percent of his passes (67-123) for 645 yards and three touchdowns, four interceptions before the injury. 2009: Won the starting job at USC in spring, but cracked the top of his left fibula in 2009 fall camp. Appearing in 3 games, completing 17-of-26 (65.4%) for 155 yards with one TD and one interception. Completed 13-of-22 passes for 110 yards with an interception at Washington in his first career start when Matt Barkley was injured. 2008: Appearing in 5 games as the number-three quarterback at USC, completing 2-of-4 passes (50.0%) for 14 yards. 2007: Redshirted at USC. Personal: Father, Chris, lettered at wide receiver for 2 years (1980-81) at Idaho State and was a member of the Bengals' NCAA Division I-AA championship team (he caught a TD pass in the title game).
Martin Parker heading into rSr season: 2010: Parker led all CAA Football defensive linemen in tackles (8.7 per game) and was second overall in the league in total sacks (5.5) and total TFL (13.5) in 2010. He posted five double-digit tackle games, including 13 versus Delaware and 12 versus Towson. The New Haven, Conn. native, who was a First Team All-CAA Football selection and a consensus First Team All-America pick, also blocked a PAT attempt in the Delaware game...2009: A Buchanan Award finalist in 2009, finishing 13th in the voting...selected to The Sports Network All-America Second Team...made an impressive 75 tackles, including 15.5 for losses (6.5 were sacks)...also had 10 quarterback hurries and forced a pair of fumbles...made 15 starts for the 2008 Richmond squad that won the FCS title with one of the nation's top defensive lines...2008: Played in all 16 games and made 15 starts at defensive tackle on the Spiders' defensive line that was among the best units in the FCS... He finished the season with eight TFL and four sacks to rank fourth on the team in each, along with his 56 tackles...2007: Enjoyed a solid rookie season by starting all 14 games at tackle... Finished with 61 tackles, including nine TFL that was ranked second on the team...2006: Redshirted.
Justin Rogers heading into rSr season: 2010: Rogers was a First Team pick at both cornerback and punt returner, leading the league in punt return average (12.4 yards), while collecting 48 tackles, two interceptions and two forced fumbles as the league's premier shutdown corner. A versatile threat, Rogers became the CAA Football career leader in kickoff return yards during the 2010 season and also saw action on offense as he rushed five times, caught three passes and was two-for-two passing...2009: Named to the All-CAA Football First Team for the third straight season, he intercepted three passes and broke up another eight when balls came his way...He was in on 30 tackles...2008: Sports Network Honorable Mention All-American... College Sporting News Honorable Mention All-America... First Team All-CAA Football... Spearheaded a defensive backfield with seven interceptions... His seven interceptions rank as tied for the second-most in a season in school history, matching Taylor Lackey in 1985 and and Jeff Nixon in 1978... Regarded as one of the FCS's most versatile athletes as he collected 116 yards in INT returns, including two returned for TDs... Also returned a fumble for a TD, blocked a punt and was among the league's leading kickoff return specialists...2007: Sports Network All-America Third Team (was the first freshman to earn a Sports Network All-America honor since 2005)... College Sporting News All-America Team... CAA Football Special Teams Player of the Year... First Team All-CAA Football... One of the nation's most electrifying kick returners... Led the conference and ranked third in the NCAA in kick returns with an average of 30.4 yards per return... Brought two kicks back for touchdowns (93-yarder at Vanderbilt, 85-yarder vs. New Hampshire)... Was one of just seven in the nation with multiple returns for TD...2006: Redshirted.
Eric McBride heading into rSr season: 2010 CAA FOOTBALL CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES)...2009: An All-CAA Football First Team selection in each of his three seasons, winning the Defensive Rookie of the Year Award as a redshirt freshman in 2007. In that season, McBride corralled a career-high 126 tackles. The athletic playmaker, who flies to the ball with his speed, had 108 tackles as a sophomore and 93 as a junior in 2009...2008: College Sporting News First Team All-American... First Team All-CAA Football... Led the team in tackles for the second-straight season, making 108 stops in 2008... His first two career interceptions came last season at UMass and versus Montana in the National Championship game... Ranked 19th in the CAA with 6.75 tackles/game...2007: CAA Football Defensive Rookie of the Year... First Team All-CAA Football selection at LB... With 126 tackles, finished five clear of fellow linebacker Collin McConaghy for the team lead... Started all 14 games... Ranked seventh in CAA Football and top 50 in the NCAA (T-48th) with an average of nine tackles per game... Was the lone freshman among the league's top 15 tacklers...2006: Redshirted.
Tim Silver heading into rSr season: 2007: Missed most 2007 with knee injury, started first game...2006: Third Team All-Atlantic 10 selection... Has played in every game over the past two seasons... Started 10 games... Silver was a key part of the Spiders' offensive line that allowed 1.18 sacks per game, which ranked 21st in the country and third in the A-10... Silver and the O-Line opened holes for All-Conference running back Tim Hightower and pass protected for Offensive Rookie of the Year Eric Ward...2005: Helped the Spider offensive unit limit opponents to just 21 sacks, which ranked fifth in the league... Helped lead an offensive front which allowed the Spiders to gain 4,957 yards of total offense, tops all-time at Richmond... Was part of an offense which averaged 381.3 yards a game, ranking 41st in the country... Played and started in all 13 games for the Spiders...2004: Played in eight games, starting the opener at right tackle. 2003: Redshirted.
Sherman Logan heading into rSr season: 2007: 4 GP; 4 GS; 7 Sol-16 TT, 2 TFL, 1 QBH; Granted a sixth season by the NCAA after breaking his foot four games into the 2007 season. 2006: 11 GP; 11 GS; 20 Sol-52 TT, 10 TFL, 3 SK, 1 QBH, 1 FF, 1 SFTY; Third team All-Atlantic 10. 2005: 13 GP; 13 GS; 24 Sol-54 TT, 13.5 TFL, 11 SK; Was the Atlantic 10 Defensive Rookie of the Year… Was part of the First Team All-Atlantic 10 on the Defensive Line… Was a Third Team Defensive End on Don Hansen's Football Gazette All-Northeast Region squad… Was a First Team selection to the All-ECAC defensive unit… Led the league in sacks in his first collegiate season with 11 for 69 yards… His single-season sack total of 11 ranked third all-time for the Spiders, three back of Marc Megna's 14 in 1997… Finished the season with 54 tackles and 13.5 for loss (73 yards)… Recovered one fumble… Started all 13 games for the Spiders… Helped the Spider defense rank fourth in the conference and 38th in the country in total defense (339.3 yd/game)… Was part of a Spider defensive squad which also ranked fourth in the conference and 22nd in the nation against the rush (120.1 yd/game)… Took part in the Spider defense which recorded 51 total sacks, the most since wracking up 59 in 1997. 2004: Missed season after suffering a neck injury during preseason workouts. 2003: Redshirted.
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