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Eric Wood heading into rSr season: 2008: All-American third-team choice by The NFL Draft Report...All-Big East Conference first-team selection...Finalist for the Rimington Trophy, given to the nation's premier center...Started all twelve games at center, recording 78 knockdowns, sixteen touchdown-resulting blocks and four down-field blocks to receive a blocking consistency grade of 87.08 percent...Was penalized three times...Did not allow any sacks or pressures on 391 pass plays...Helped the offense average 376.67 yards and 24.67 points per game...Also made an assisted tackle vs. Pittsburgh...Received grades of 90 percent or better in each of the Tennessee Tech, Connecticut, Memphis and Middle Tennessee contests...Woods' consecutive start string of 49 ranks second in school history behind Travis Leffew (51, 2002-05)...His 49 starts were also the sixth-longest streak among all active NCAA players last season, topped by Andrew Hartline of Central Michigan (51), Andrew Gardner of Georgia Tech (51), Jason Phillips of Texas Christian (50), Dallas Reynolds of Brigham Young (50) and Clint Sintim of Virginia (50)...For his career, Wood registered 328 knockdowns and 46 touchdown-resulting blocks...During his final two seasons, he graded 85.17 percent for blocking consistency...On 1,754 total plays during that span, he delivered 164 knockdowns and 27 touchdown-resulting blocks, as he allowed just two quarterback pressures and one sack on 882 pass plays...2007: Started all 12 games at center... earned first team All-BIG EAST honors... started on an offense that ranked sixth nationally with an average of 488.0 yards per game... passing offense stood fourth in the country...2006: Started all 13 games at center… named second team All-BIG EAST Conference...2005: Named a Rivals.com Freshman All-American... first team Freshman All-american by sporting News and second team by collegefootballnews.com... started all 12 games at center... earned Academic All-BIG EAST accolades...2004: Red-shirted.
Hunter Cantwell heading into rSr season: 2007: 3 GP; 0 GS; Pass: 14-8-57.1-79-0-1; Appeared in three games as a backup... threw for 79 yards, completing 8-of-14 passes... was 6-of-12 for 60 yards and an interception against South Florida... also appeared in wins over Murray State and Middle Tennessee... completed 2-of- 2 passes for 19 yards in relief of Brian Brohm against Murray State. 2006: 7 GP; 2 GS; Rush: 5-(-16)-(-3.2)-0; Pass: 70-45-64.3-700-5-2; Appeared in seven games and has made two starts... has thrown for 700 yards and five touchdowns... completed 64.3 percent of his throws... threw for a career-high 340 yards and three touchdowns in the win over Middle Tennessee... threw for 173 yards against Kansas State... relieved Brian Brohm in the third quarter against Miami, going 3-of-4 for 113 yards... hit Harry Douglas on a 45-yard pass on his first play from scrimmage and tossed a 39-yard touchdown pass to George Stripling... was 5-of-6 for 52 yards against Temple... completed one pass for 14 yards in the win over Kentucky. 2005: 8 GP; 2 GS; Rush: 12-(-52)-(-4.3)-0; Pass: 73-39-53.4-640-5-4; Played in eight games, including two as a starter... threw for 216 yards and three touchdowns in a Gator Bowl loss to Virginia Tech... completed 15-of-37 passes and threw three interceptions... made first collegiate start against Connecticut, going 16-of-25 for 271 yards and one touchdown... completed 3-of-5 passes for 66 yards against Syracuse... went 3-for-3 for 60 yards, including a 32-yard touchdown pass against Oregon State, the first of his career. 2004: Redshirted after walking on.
Bilal Powell heading into Sr season: 2010: Powell was a first team All-BIG EAST selection in 2010 after finishing second in the league with 1,405 rushing yards and first in touchdowns scored with 14. He tied a Louisville record with seven 100-yard rushing games this season and went over the 200-yard mark twice this year. He had 11 rushing touchdowns on the year and his total rushing yardage is the second-most for a single-season in school history...Powell proved to be a threat as a receiver as well, reeling in 18 passes for 158 yards and three scores this season. For his career, Powell rushed for 2,338 yards and 19 touchdowns. He leaves Louisville ranked ninth on the school's all-time rushing list...2009: Carried a career-high 108 times for 392 yards and four touchdowns...2008: Ran for 354 yards and two touchdowns...2007: Appeared in eight games... rushed 24 times for 187 yards and a pair of touchdowns... averaged 7.8 yards a carry... caught three passes for 25 yards... averaged 25.6 yards a kickoff return... totaled 571 all-purpose yards... recorded seven tackles... rushed 13 times for 91 yards and a touchdown against Rutgers... carried six times for 70 yards, including a career-best 33-yard scoring run... also caught two passes for 15 yards... rushed four times for 25 yards against Pittsburgh... caught first career pass for ten yards.
Brock Bolen heading into rSr season: 2007: 10 GP; 4 GS; Rush: 88-456-5.2-7; Rec: 14-121-8.6-1; KR: 1-5-5-0; Second on the team in rushing with 456 yards... was second among the running backs with a 5.2 per carry average... tied with Anthony Allen for the team lead with seven rushing touchdowns... recorded two 100-yard rushing games... carried 13 times for 117 yards and two touchdowns against Rutgers... 2006: 13 GP; 4 GS; Rush: 48-296-6.2-2; Rec: 5-43-8.6-2; Carried 48 times for 296 yards... averaged 6.2 yards a carry... carried four times for 28 times and a score in the Orange Bowl win over Wake Forest... 2005: Red-shirted after transferring from Illinois to Louisville...2004: 11 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 11-51-4.6-0; Rec: 2-12-6-0; Transfer from the University of Illinois.... played in all 11 games for the Fighting Illini, competing mainly on special teams.
Johnny Patrick heading into rSr season: 2010: Patrick recorded a team-high five interceptions his senior season and landed on the BIG EAST's first team defense in 2010. The defensive back finished the season with 51 tackles and tied for the conference lead with 17 passes defended. He returned one of his interceptions for a touchdown this season and capped off the year with an outstanding bowl game--forcing a fumble and blocking a kick in a win over Southern Miss. Patrick finished his career having started his final 27 games. He totaled 171 total tackles and nine interceptions over his four year career...2009: Was one of two players to start all 12 games... recorded a career-high 53 tackles and notched a pair of interceptions...2008: Finished third on the team in tackles... recorded six tackles and one pass-breakup against West Virginia... had five tackles (four solo) against Cincinnati.. had five solo tackles at Pitt... picked off South Florida's Matt Grothe to seal Cards' win over No. 14 South Florida...2007: Appeared in nine games, making four starts... tallied a career-high nine tackles against Utah... made first career start against NC State where he notched his first interception...2006: Redshirted.
Cameron Graham heading into Sr season: 2010: All-BIG EAST First Team (coaches)...Leading the BIG EAST Conference in receptions among tight ends, Graham earns first-team accolades after tallying a team-high 37 receptions for 439 yards and four touchdowns...He caught a pass in every game this season, including a career-high six receptions for 95 yards versus West Virginia...2009: One of the top tight ends in the BIG EAST Conference... third-best receiver on the team with 27 receptions for 323 yards and two scores... averaged 12.0 yards a reception... caught a pass in 10 of the 12 games... ended the year with three catches for 42 yards, including a career-long 30-yard reception...2008: Battled injuries for most of the season... appeared six collegiate games...Junior College: El Camino Junior College...Recorded 22 receptions for 218 yards and six touchdowns during his freshman season at El Camino Community College... played just one season at El Camino... ranked as the No. 1 tight end in the nation according to Scout.com in 2008... earned second team All-Mission Conference.
Scott Long heading into rSr season: 2009 Texas vs the Nation Invite…2007: Appeared in 12 games, including seven as a starter… finished fourth on the team in receiving with 27 catches for 358 yards… averaged 13.3 yards a reception… caught a pass in seven straight games…2006: Appeared in nine games at wide receiver and on special teams… didn't record a reception.
Josh Chichester heading into rSr season: 2010: Played 12 games, starting six as a second, receiving tight end … ended the season with 22 receptions for 317 yards and tied for the team lead with five touchdowns… averaged 14.4 yards a catch… caught three passes for 27 yards, including a 10-yard touchdown reception against Southern Mississippi in the Beef `O'Brady's Bowl. 2009: Played in 11 games… production slipped to just 17 receptions for 202 yards and two scores, finishing fifth on the team… averaged 11.9 yards a reception. 2008: Finished second on the team with 30 receptions for 341 yards and two scores… recorded a season-best 64 yards receiving on five catches and one TD against West Virginia. 2007: Redshirted.
Adrian Grady heading into Sr season: 2007: 5 GP; 5 GS; 10 Sol-14 TT, 2.5 TFL; Appeared in five games before suffering a season-ending injury... recorded 14 total tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss... 2006: 8 GP; 2 GS; 10 Sol-16 TT, 1 TFL, 1 PBU, 1 FF; Appeared in eight games, making two starts... recorded 16 tackles... 2005: 12 GP; 6 GS; 12 Sol-30 TT, 5.5 TFL, 0.5 SK, 2 FR, 1 FF; Appeared in 12 games, making two starts.
Dexter Heyman heading into Sr season: 2010: Started nine of 13 games played at Sam linebacker … credited with 48 tackles, 4.5 for loss, and two sacks … also broke up two passes on the year. 2009: Appeared in nine games as a reserve … finished with eight tackles, two for loss, one pass break-up and a fumble recovery. 2008: Appeared in eight games, making one start… recorded 10 total tackles, one for loss… also broke up a pass and recovered a fumble… was replaced a lot in nickel situations. Personal: Brother of former Louisville standout defensive lineman Earl Heyman, who also played in the NFL.
George Bussey heading into rSr season: 2007: Started all 12 games at offensive tackle... anchored an offense that was ranked eighth in the country... earned second team All-BIG EAST accolades...2006: Started all 13 games... played both offensive tackle and guard... earned first team All-BIG EAST honors... did not yield a sack all of 2006... helped the Cardinals finish second in the nation in total offense... helped the Cardinals average over 188.0 yards on the ground...2005: Appeared in all 12 games on the offensive line and special teams... stepped in late in the season when Jeremy Darveau missed some time with a sprained ankle...2004: Red-shirted.
Victor Anderson heading into rSr season: 2010: Injuries slowed him down in 2010, limiting him to one start in 10 games played... finished third on the team in rushing with 286 yards on 64 carries (4.5 per)... also caught 11 passes for 61 yards... ranked seventh nationally in kick return average at 30.2 yards a return (13-393). 2009: Suffered a shoulder injury which limited him to just eight games, played hurt for most of the year until undergoing season-ending surgery… still finished as the team's leading rusher with 473 yards and five touchdowns on 89 carries … caught 12 passes for 89 yards (7.4 ypc). 2008: Second team All-Big East … Louisville's BIG EAST Rookie of the Year… ran for 1,047 yards and eight scores on 183 carries (5.7 per)… ranked fifth in the BIG EAST Conference in rushing…caught 18 passes for 101 yards (5.6 per) and one score… named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week after a career-best day with 176 yards rushing and three touchdowns in win over Kansas State. 2007: Redshirted.
Woodny Turenne heading into Sr season: 2007: 11 GP; 8 GS; 31 Sol-40 TT, 1 INT, 3 PBU; Appeared in 11 games, making eight starts...tied for sixth on the team with 40 tackles and one interception... tied for third on the squad with three pass breakups... JC: Played for Curtis Allen at the College of Sequoias... Rated as the top junior-college player in the nation by Rivals.com, JCGridiron and JCFootball.com... Believed to be the school's first five-star signee... Two-time first team All-Valley Conference... Selected a junior college All-American... Given a five-star rating by Rivals.com and a four-star mark by Scout.com... Recorded eight interceptions in 2006... Credited with a team-high 25 pass break-ups... Guided the College of Sequoias to a 7-4 record... Picked off five passes in 10 regular season games at Sequoias in 2005... Has been timed at 4.28 in the 40-yard dash... Ran a 10.5 in the 100 meters in February of 2006... 2006 National Champion in the 100-meter run, the 4x100 relay and was also second in the 200-meter run.
Greg Scruggs heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Seahawks' picks: Round 7/232 - Greg Scruggs, DE, 6-3, 284, Louisville...A rangy, lanky athlete with loads of potential who can rush the passer and also back up Red Bryant at defensive end. - The Sports Xchange
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