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Marqueston Huff heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Titans' picks: Round 4/122 - Marqueston Huff, CB, 5-11, 196, Wyoming...Huff will initially make his mark on special teams, but fits the new buzzword around the Titans, which is "versatility." Huff played free safety as a senior and played cornerback and nickel prior to that at Wyoming. The Titans will initially look at him as a corner, but he could also evolve into more of a utility role as he learns the system. - The Sports Xchange
Chris Prosinski heading into rSr season: 2010: Second Team All-MWC as selected by MWC Coaches and Media ...Prosinski ended his career ranked No. 4 in career tackles at UW with 373 career tackles. He ranked No. 3 in the MWC and No. 42 in the NCAA in tackles this season, averaging 9.0 tackles per game. He led Wyoming in tackles with a total of 108 in 2010, marking the second consecutive season in which he had over 100 tackles in a season. He had 140 in 2009...2009: Second Team All-MWC as selected by MWC Coaches and Media ... Averaged 10.8 tackles per game in 2009 to rank No. 2 in MWC and No. 10 in NCAA ... His 140 tackles in 2009 ranked as the fourth best single-season total in school history ... He has 265 career tackles and needs only 10 more to break into the UW Career Top 10...2008: In his first season as a starter, earned Honorable Mention All-Conference accolades...led the team in passes defended in 2008, with 12. That ranked him No. 4 in the MWC and No. 38 in the nation. He tied for the team lead in interceptions with senior linebacker Ward Dobbs -- each had three interceptions on the season...ranked No. 3 in total tackles for UW, with 88, and he ranked No. 15 in the Mountain West in that category...2007: Played a significant role for the Cowboy defense as a backup safety...was credited with 37 total tackles, 15 solos and 22 assists in his first season of competition at the college level...Despite not starting, he ranked 12th on the Cowboy squad in tackles...2006: Redshirted.
Devin Moore heading into rSr season: 2007: 12 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 198-965-4.9-5; Rec: 24-161-6.7-1; KR: 10-271-27.1-1; Moore fell just 35 yards shy of a 1,000-yard season in '07, rushing for 965 yards. In addition to ranking among league and national leaders in rushing (fifth in the MWC, 58th in the NCAA) and all-purpose yards (seventh in MWC, 74th in NCAA), Moore also ranked 14th in the MWC in total offense (80.4 yards per game) and was 20th in the conference in scoring (3.50 points per game). He caught 24 passes for 161 yards and one touchdown. Moore also returned 10 kickoffs for 271 yards, including a 98-yarder for a TD in the season finale versus Colorado State -- the first kickoff return for a touchdown of his Wyoming career...2006: 12 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 80-574-7.2-3; Rec: 21-113-5.4-0; KR: 15-245-16.3-0; Moore averaged 77.7 yards of all-purpose yardage in `06 to rank No. 8 in the MWC. He led UW in all-purpose yardage, combining for a total of 932 yards rushing, receiving and on returns. Moore ran for 47.8 yards on the ground per game to rank No. 9 in the conference in that category. The third area that Moore ranked among league leaders was kickoff returns as he was sixth in the MWC, averaging 16.3 yards per return. On the Cowboy squad, Moore led UW in kickoff returns, running back 15 kickoffs for 245 yards. He was second to Seldon in rushing, carrying the ball 80 times for 574 yards and a 7.2 average per carry. Moore also caught 21 passes for 113 yards -- the fourth highest number of receptions of any Cowboy in `06...2005: 9 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 26-123-4.7-0; Rec: 6-63-10.5-0; KR: 5-63-12.6-0; Moore was Wyoming's second-leading rusher in 2005, carrying the ball 26 times for 123 yards. He also caught six passes for 63 yards, and returned five kickoffs for 63 yards. His 249 all-purpose yards ranked him fifth on the Cowboy squad in `05 as only a redshirt freshman. He appeared in nine of 11 games for the Cowboys, including the final seven games of the season...2004: Redshirted.
Robert Herron heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Buccaneers' picks: Round 5/143 - Kadeem Edwards, G, 6-4, 313, Tennessee State...Edwards became the first offensive lineman to be drafted by the Bucs since Xavier Fulton. Edwards started four seasons at left guard and showed he could handle better competition at the Senior Bowl. - The Sports Xchange
Mitch Unrein heading into rSr season: 2007: Ranked second for the Cowboys in both sacks (5.0) and tackles for losses (11.0) in 2007. Those totals ranked him No. 8 in the MWC in tackles for losses and No. 10 in sacks. His 55 total tackles were seventh best for the Pokes, and ranked him 49th in the conference...2006: Saw a lot of action as a redshirt freshman in 2006, playing in all 12 games and starting one at BYU...was credited with 12 total tackles, including one tackle for a loss...2005: Redshirted...walked on to the Wyoming Football team in the fall of 2005...two brothers, Mark and Michael, played college football at Northern Colorado....Pronunciation: UN-rhine.
John Fletcher heading into rSr season: 2008: 12 GP; 11 GS; 30 Sol-54 TT, 6.5 TFL, 4.5 SK, 3 PBU, 1 FF, 1 BLK; Earned Second Team All-Conference honors. He ranked No. 8 in the MWC in sacks as a junior with 4.5 on the season. Named to the 2008 Outland Trophy Watch List, one of only three from the Mountain West Conference. 2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; 29 Sol-60 TT, 14 TFL, 10.5 SK, 1 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 FR, 1 FF, 1 BLK; One of only seven sophomores in the Mountain West to earn First or Second Team All- Conference recognition. He recorded 10.5 sacks to rank No. 2 in the MWC and No. 11 in the NCAA. His 14.0 tackles for losses were fifth best in the conference and ranked 52nd in the nation. He led Wyoming in both categories. 2006: 9 GP; 0 GS; 5 Sol-9 TT, 3 TFL, 2 SK; Fletcher played in the first nine games of `06, before being forced to sit out the final three games due to a fractured finger and subsequent infection in his right hand. 2005: Redshirted. He came to Wyoming as a grayshirt, enrolling at UW in January of 2005 after being part of Wyoming's signing class in February of 2004. He participated in spring drills with the Cowboys in the spring of 2005.
Mark Nzeocha heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Cowboys' eight picks: Round 7/236 - Mark Nzeocha, LB, 6-2, 232, Wyoming...Has only played football four years as he is from Germany. But is a very good athlete and has surprisingly good instincts. A developmental project who could impact special teams. - The Sports Xchange
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