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Mike Iupati heading into Sr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite...2008: Second team All-WAC...Had off-season shoulder surgery ... returned to the lineup against Western Michigan ... went on to start eight of the 10 games in which he played...2007: Cemented a starting role last spring and became in impact player on the line for the Vandals ... started all 12 games at left guard...2006: Saw action in a backup role...2005: Focused on academics as a non-qualifier as English was not his native language.
Shiloh Keo heading into rSr season: 2010: Keo leaves Idaho as the fifth leading tackler in school history with 358. He also is tied for sixth all-time in career interceptions with 11 and has an Idaho record 100-yard punt return (vs. Northern Illinois in 2007). His 319 punt return yards in 2007 are an Idaho single-season record as is his average of 16.8 yards per return that year. He is second all-time on the Vandals' career punt return yardage list (511) and is fourth on the all-time punt return average list (14.2)...2009: Led the Vandals in total tackles and was second in the Western Athletic Conference ... WAC leader in solo stops and was tied for 14th nationally ...2008: Injured during the Vandals' fourth-game and missed the remainder of the season after having shoulder surgery ... but, had 31 total tackles (26 solo and five assists) in addition to one blocked kick prior to injury...2007: Chosen the winner of Idaho's John Friesz Award as the team's Most Valuable Player ... earned that honor with stellar play defensively and on special teams, for which he earned a position on the Vandals' Elite Eleven ... also set a school record with a 100-yard punt return against Northern Illinois ... also set Vandal marks in punt return yards (319) and punt return average (16.8) ... finished the season with 81 total tackles (55 solo, 26 assists), five tackles for loss (-28 yards), three fumber recoveries, four interceptions (65 yards) and four pass breakups...2006: Pressed into service as a true freshman ... became a leader in the secondary with 72 total tackles (59 solo and 13 assists)... also had the second highest passes defensed with six in addition to six tackles for loss (-17 yards), an interception and a quarterback hurry.
Nathan Enderle heading into rSr season: 2010: Put up senior-season numbers to finish his career among the best of quarterbacks in school history ... became just the third quarterback in school history to break the 10,000-yard barrier with his 10,084 ... leaves Idaho as the all-time attempts leader with 1,427 and is second in completions with 779...Single season marks ... second in pass attempts (478, 2010); second in completions (271, 2010); fifth in yards (3,314, 2010); sixth in pass efficiency (157.3, 2009); ninth in percentage (61.5, 2009)...2009: Had a breakout season as a junior despite missing two games with shoulder injury ... finished 2009 with NCAA's fifth best pass efficiency rating (157.28) and is one of the top three returning efficiency leaders in 2010 ... also in the NCAA, ranked 15th in passing yards per game, 28th in total passing yards, and 45th in completions per game ... had the third-best average per game (264.2) in school history, the ninth-best single-season completion percentage (61.5) and efficiency rating was sixth best all-time...2008: Starting quarterback ... completed 54.3 percent (184 of 339) of his passes for 2,077 yards and 20 TDs ...2007: Earned starting position in fall camp ... missed three full games and most of a fourth when he ruptured tendon in throwing hand against Hawai'i ... 423 yards passing vs. Northern Illinois ties for ninth-best single-game in Idaho history...2006: Redshirted.
Eddie Williams heading into Sr season: 2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 9-81-9-3; Rec: 29-363-12.5-3; 2 Sol-2 TT; Started all 12 games ... highly productive as blocker at tight end amd H-back ... had 29 receptions for 363 yards and three touchdowns ... receptions were second best on team and receiving yards were third best ... also had nine carries for 81 yards and scored three rushing TDs...2006: 8 GP; 0 GS; Rec: 7-116-16.6-1; Regular contributor in tight end rotation ... had seven receptions for 116 yards ... best outing was two receptions for 79 yards at Oregon State ...2005: 8 GP; 1 GS; Rec: 10-39-3.9-1; Earned playing time as a true freshman ... played in eight games and started season finale at San Jose State ... had 10 receptions for 39 yards and one TD.
Daniel Hardy heading into rSr season: 2010: Second-team All WAC...Mackey Award semifinalist...Was Idaho’s leading receiver with 32 receptions for 545 yards after being injured in practice after game eight ... he missed the final five games with a broken arm ... still finished second among Idaho’s receivers ... prior to being injured, was one of the nation’s top tight ends ... best game was seven receptions for 114 yards at Louisiana Tech...2009: Idaho’s second leading receiver behind senior Max Komar despite missing one full game and part of another with injury ... had career numbers with 39 receptions for 691 yards ... caught three TD passes...2008: Regular in receiver rotation ... saw action in seven of 12 games ... had nine receptions for 128 yards and two TDs ...2007: Scout team player...2006: Redshirted.
Korey Toomer heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Seahawks' picks: Round 5/154 - Korey Toomer, OLB, 6-2, 234, Idaho...Toomer ran a 4.53 40-yard time at his pro day and posted a 42-inch vertical jump, so Seattle likes his speed and athleticism. COULD SURPRISE: Outside linebacker Korey Toomer: The University of Idaho product is an athletic freak that could earn playing time in passing situations as a rusher. - The Sports Xchange
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