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Peria Jerry heading into Sr season: 2008: All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report, ESPN and the Associated Press, adding second-team honors from College Football News and Rivals.com...First-team All-Southeastern Conference choice...Rated the best senior defensive tackle in the nation by Pro Football Weekly...Made the Nagurski Trophy and Outland Trophy Watch Lists...Received the Jeff Hamm Memorial Award, given to the team's Most Improved Defensive Player...Started the team's last eleven games at left defensive tackle, missing the season opener vs. Memphis after undergoing August surgery to repair a torn lateral meniscus in his right knee...Recorded 49 tackles (25 solos) and ranked second on the team with a career-high seven sacks for minus 54 yards, adding three quarterback pressures...Led the league and ranked second among the nation's defensive tackles (11th overall) with 18.0 stops for losses of 80 yards...His dominance in the trenches saw Ole Miss finish fourth in the nation in rush defense, allowing only 85.54 yards per game, compared to 199.08 yards the previous season...Caused two fumbles and recovered another that he advanced 13 yards for a touchdown...Also deflected a pass...Registered at least two tackles behind the line of scrimmage in seven contests...2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; 40 Sol-58 TT, 14 TFL, 3.5 SK, 1 INT, 1 PBU, 4 QBH, 1 FR; Named Second Team All-SEC by the Associated Press and Rivals.com and Third Team by Phil Steele Started all 12 games at defensive tackle Ranked sixth in the SEC in TFLs with 14.0 Finished second on the team in TFLs , sacks (3.5) and hurries (4) and eighth in total tackles (58) 2006: 8 GP; 6 GS; 13 Sol-22 TT, 1 TFL, 1 SK, 1 QBH; Battled through foot injuries to appear in eight games, making six starts along the defensive line Made starts at end, tackle and nose tackle Totaled 22 tackles on the season with 1.0 TFL and 1.0 sack... 2005: 6 GP; 0 GS; 1 Sol-3 TT; After missing the first four games of his true freshman season with injury, appeared in six of the final seven games Finished the season with three total tackles...His brother, John, is a offensive lineman at Ole Miss Majoring in Criminal Justice ... Cousins Eddie Strong and Toward Sanford both played at Ole Miss ... Another cousin, Jamarca Sanford, currently starts in the Rebel secondary ... Strong and cousin Dwayne Rudd both played in the NFL.
Michael Oher heading into Sr season: 2008: Consensus All-American first-team and unanimous All-Southeastern Conference first-team choice...The team captain was the recipient of the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, given to the SEC's top blocker...One of three finalists for both the Outland Trophy, given to the nation's premier blocker and the Conerly Trophy, given to the state of Mississippi's top collegiate player...Semifinalist for the Rotary Lombardi Award...Named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week vs. Louisiana-Monroe...The team captain started all 13 games at left offensive tackle, recording 99 knockdowns/key blocks for the second-straight season...Posted a league-high 17 touchdown-resulting blocks and delivered eight blocks downfield...Allowed just 2.5 quarterback sacks and one pressure on 340 pass plays...Behind Oher's blocking, the Rebels ranked 28th in the nation and second in the league in rushing (186.46 yards per game), 29th nationally and third in the SEC in total offense (407.62 ypg) and 28th in the major college ranks and second in the conference in scoring (32.08 ppg)...After allowing 28 quarterback sacks in 2007, the front wall was charged with just 18 sacks in 2008...2007: Named Fourth Team All-America by Phil Steele Consensus First Team All-SEC selection Named Mid-Season All-America first team by The Sporting News and a fourth team by Phil Steele, who also listed him on his All-SEC first team Started all 12 games at left tackle Helped pave the way for Green-Ellis' 1,137 rushing yards, which ranks second on the school's single-season chart. 2006: Earned second team All-SEC honors from the league's coaches ... Has started 22 consecutive games over the last two seasons ... Started all 12 games at LT ... As a blocker helped BenJarvus Green-Ellis become the third 1,000-yard runner in Ole Miss history and record four 100-yard rushing games. 2005: Earned First Team Freshman All-America honors from Rivals.com and The Sporting News and Third Team distinction from CollegeFootballNews.com ... Named First Team Freshman All-SEC by the SEC Coaches and The Sporting News.
Dexter McCluster heading into Sr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite 2008: 13 GP; 8 GS; Rush: 109-655-6-6; Pass: 5-0-0-0-0-2; Rec: 44-625-14.2-1; 1 Sol-1 TT; Played in all 13 games with eight starts Earned second team All-SEC honors (all-purpose) from the Associated Press One of only two players (Floridas Percy Harvin) to rank top 10 in the SEC in rushing yards, receiving yards, receptions and all-purpose yards Finished seventh in the SEC in all-purpose yards (98.5 ypg) Topped the team in rushing yards (655) and rushing TDs (6) Tied for the team lead in receptions (44) and ranked third in receiving yards (625) Named Offensive MVP against Cotton Bowl vs. Texas Tech; posted 180 all-purpose yards, rushing 14 times for a career-high 97 yards and hauling in six passes for 83 yards Received the Jeff Hamm Memorial Award for the Most Improved Offensive Player from spring drills. 2007: 8 GP; 3 GS; Rush: 6-63-10.5-0; Rec: 27-326-12.1-2; PR: 6-29-4.8-0 KR: 6-100-16.7-0; 3 Sol-3 TT; Saw action in final eight games and started the last three Despite missing four games with a broken shoulder blade, finished third on the team in receiving yards (326) and receiving touchdowns (2) and fourth in receptions (27). 2006: 6 GP; 5 GS; Rush: 8-68-8.5-1; Rec: 15-232-15.5-1; KR: 13-274-21.1-0; Appeared in six games, starting the first five at flanker, before missing the remainder of the season due to damaged nerves in his left shoulder Compiled the third-most all-purpose yards on the team despite missing the last half of the season Racked up 268 all-purpose yards in first career start against Memphis, which ranks fourth in school history Named SEC Freshman of the Week and National Freshman of the Week by Rivals.com.
Joshua Shene heading into Sr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite 2008: XP 52-52, FG 17-21, 40-49: 3-4, 50+ 0-1, Long 47; Earned first team All-SEC honors from the Associated Press and was a second team selection by the SEC Coaches Led the SEC in FG pct. (17-of-21, 81.0 pct.) and PATs (52-of-52, 1.000 pct.) Tied for 32nd in the nation and fourth in the SEC in total FGs (1.31 per game) Ranked second in the SEC in scoring by kick (7.9 ppg) and fifth among all league players Named one of 20 semifinalists for the Lou Groza Award Current streak of 74 consecutive PATs is the second-longest in school history. 2007: XP 24-25, FG 11-17, 40-49: 1-3, 50+ 1-1, Long 51, 0 TB-26 KO; Scored team-leading 57 points Also credited with two tackles on special teams Selected by The Sporting News as its 2007 preseason All-SEC second team kicker. 2006: XP 20-20, FG 14-17, 40-49: 1-1, 50+ 1-2, Long 52; Earned first team Freshman All-America honors from Scout.com Named second team Freshman All-America by Rivals.com and honorable mention Freshman All-America by The Sporting News Received first team All-SEC freshman honors from The Sporting News and the leagues coaches Scored team-leading 62 points Ranked fourth in the SEC in FG percentage (82.4%) and tied for first in PAT percentage (100.0%) Nailed 37-yarder in overtime against Alabama.
*Bobby Massie heading into Jr season: Filling immediate needs was obviously not the Cardinals' priority in this draft. They chained themselves to their draft board, avoided temptation to trade up or down, and took the best player available, regardless of position. Conventional wisdom had them taking an offensive lineman early, but they didn't select one until right tackle Bobby Massie in the fourth round. Instead, Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd was the first-round choice, with Oklahoma cornerback Jamell Fleming being selected in the third round. The Cardinals sent their second-round pick to Philadelphia last summer as part of the trade for Kevin Kolb. Cornerback was the least of the Cardinals' needs, yet they reasoned that it didn't make sense to pass on Fleming. Taking talent over need worked for the Cardinals in the draft a year ago, coach Ken Whisenhunt said. "A lot has been said about last year's draft and some of the players that performed for us," he said. "I think that was a good indication of not necessarily trying to fit a perceived need as far as taking players that were good fits for you." BEST PICK: Tackle Bobby Massie: The Cardinals had to be tempted to take Massie in the third round but were rewarded for their patience when he was there in the fourth. Massie has a chance to start right away. The right tackle job is open, and the Cardinals think Massie has the ability to earn it. - The Sports Xchange
*Donte Moncrief heading into Jr season: 2014 NFL DRAFT BEST VALUE PICK: INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: Round 3/90 -- Donte Moncrief, WR, 6-2, 224, Mississippi...Indianapolis filled a need for a big, strong, physical receiver with speed to get downfield. The former Ole Miss standout should give the Colts much-needed depth at the position. Viewed as a diamond in the rough, Moncrief left college after his junior season. He has a big upside in terms of being a player who will grow with the Colts' offense. - The Sports Xchange
Greg Hardy heading into Sr season: 2009 East-West Shrine Invite (Plus 15 pounds from playing weight at weigh-in) ...2008: 9 GP; 0 GS; 11 Sol-18 TT, 9.5 TFL, 8.5 SK, 1 INT, 1 PBU, 3 QBH; Missed time after having surgery on a stress fracture in his right foot (fifth metatarsal) in August 2008. Named third team All-America by Rivals.com Earned second team All-SEC honors from the SEC Coaches and honorable mention from the Associated Press His team-high 8.5 sacks ranked third in the SEC, and his 0.94 sacks per game would have ranked seventh in the NCAA if he had played in 75 percent of the games Projected All-SEC first team by the SEC Coaches, SEC Media Days Named to the preliminary watch list for the Rotary Lombardi Award, Nagurski Trophy and Hendricks Award. 2007: 10 GP; 4 GS; Rec: 2-19-9.5-2; 40 Sol-64 TT, 18.5 TFL, 10 SK, 3 PBU, 4 QBH, 1 FR, 3 FF; Named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America second team First Team All-SEC honoree by the SEC coaches and Associated Press Topped the SEC and tied for sixth nationally in sacks (10.0) Ranked second in the SEC and fourth in the nation in TFLs (18.5) Finished third in SEC in forced fumbles (3) Two TD receptions on offense .. Posted career highs of 13 total tackles, nine solos, five TFLs, three sacks, two forced fumbles and two QB hurries vs. Alabama, named Lincoln Financial Group Player of the Game, SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week. 2006: 12 GP; 9 GS; Rec: 1-23-23-1; 28 Sol-49 TT, 5 TFL, 3 SK, 3 PBU, 2 QBH, 2 FR, 4 FF; Received Freshman All-America accolades from several publications Started at left defensive end nine times Tied for third in the SEC and first among freshmen with four forced fumbles (0.33 per game) Tied for seventh in the SEC with two fumbles recovered Tied with Patrick Willis for the team lead with 3.0 sacks His 4.1 tackles per game ranked fourth among SEC freshmen and first among SEC rookie linemen Caught a 23-yard TD pass from Brent Schaeffer in his first career play on offense against Mississippi State to give Ole Miss an early lead in the 20-17 Egg Bowl victory Also posted two tackles on defense 2006-07 Basketball Season: Appeared in 15 games for the Rebel basketball team after completing the 2006 football season Picked up one start, while averaging just under one point and two rebounds per game His best performance came against two-time national champion Florida in the semifinals of the 2007 SEC Tournament where he put up six points and four rebounds versus the Gators. Personal: Father, Greg, was a defensive end at Ole Miss in 1986 and 1987.
John Jerry heading into Sr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite (Minus 18 pounds at weigh-in from listed weight/350) 2008: Earned second team All-SEC honors from the SEC Coaches Helped the Rebels rank second in the SEC in rushing (186.5 ypg) and fourth in sacks allowed (1.54 pg) Started all 13 games at right tackle. Moving from guard in the spring Cotton Bowl vs. Texas Tech (1/2): Helped the Rebel offense score its most points ever in a bowl and tie for most touchdowns Ole Miss also posted its second-most total yards in a bowl game with 515, including 223 on the ground Preseason: Named Preseason All-SEC second team by the SEC Coaches Named to the Outland Trophy Watch List Missed most of spring drills with injury. 2007: Played in all 12 games and started nine at right guard. 2006: Received Freshman All-America first team honors from Scout.com, while being named second team by Rivals.com and third team by The Sporting News Earned Freshman All-SEC accolades from the league coaches and The Sporting News Started all 12 contests at right guard Led the team with 26 pancake blocks Blocked LSUs PAT after the Tigers tied the game at 20-20 late in the fourth quarter, Ole Miss later won the game 23-20; named Rebel QB Club Defensive Player of the Week. Personal: Brother Peria was a 2009 first round pick by the Atlanta Falcons Cousins Eddie Strong and Toward Sanford both played at Ole Miss Another cousin, Jamarca Sanford, was a 2009 draft prospect Strong and cousin Dwayne Rudd both played in the NFL.
Mike Wallace heading into Sr season: 2008: Named second team All-SEC as both a wide receiver and kick returner by Phil Steele ... Established Ole Miss single-season records for all-purpose yards (1,737) and kickoff return yards (861) ... Equaled the Rebel record for 100-yard receiving games with four ... Piled up the fifth-most receiving yards in school history (784) ... Led the SEC and ranked third in the NCAA (among top 100 WRs) in yards per catch (20.1) ... Led team and was sixth in the SEC in receiving yards per game (60.3) ... Finished third in the SEC in kickoff return average (24.6) ... Also ranked third in the conference in all-purpose yards (133.6 per game)...Holds Ole Miss records for single-game, season and career kickoff return yards ... Ranks second all-time in all-purpose yardage ... Stand third all-time at Ole Miss in TD receptions and fifth in receiving yards ... Recorded seven career 100-yard receiving games, second-most by a Rebel ... Topped the SEC in yards per reception in each of his final two seasons ... Competed in the 2009 Under Armour Senior Bowl and totaled two catches for 41 yards and a TD and returned one kickoff 21 yards ... 2007: 12 GP; 9 GS; Rec: 38-716-18.8-6; KR: 21-483-23-1; Named Third Team All-SEC by Phil Steele ... Played in all 12 games with nine starts at split end ... Topped the SEC in yards per catch (18.8) and ranked ninth in receiving yards per game (59.7) ... Led the team in receiving yards (716), tied for the lead in touchdowns (6) and finished second in receptions (38) ... Turned in a pair of 100-yard games ... Posted seven catches of 40 or more yards and three of 50 or better ... Earned third letter... 2006: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 1-2-2-0; Rec: 24-410-17.1-2; Started all 12 games at SE ... Led the team in catches (24) and receiving yards (410) ... Tied for team lead with two TD receptions ... Earned his second letter... 2005: 10 GP; 0 GS; KR: 4-48-12-0; Saw action in 10 games of true freshman season, missing only the opener at Memphis (9/5) ... Earned first letter ... 2004: Signed with Oregon State in Class of 2004, but did not enroll ... Sat out 2004 season.
Jerrell Powe heading into rSr season: 2010: A preseason All-America honoree as a senior, Powe was among the candidates for the Rotary Lombardi Award, Outland Trophy and Bronko Nagurski Trophy and was chosen as a Team Captain by his teammates. Despite often facing double teams, Powe amassed 27 total tackles, 8.5 TFLs and 2.5 sacks in 2010, including 1.5 sacks at No. 8 Alabama...2009: Named All-SEC second team by the AP and fourth team by Phil Steele ... Saw action in all 13 games with 10 starts at nose tackle ... Tied for team lead and tied for 8th in the SEC in TFLs (12.0) ... Recorded 34 tackles (25 solo) ... Helped the Rebel defense top the SEC and rank 11th nationally in TFLs (7.38) and 14th in sacks (2.77) ... Helped Ole Miss hold the opposition under 300 yards of total offense seven times this year, including five SEC games ...2008: Saw action in 12 games, missing only Arkansas ... Totaled eight tackles with 3.5 TFLs and 1.5 sacks ... Also recorded an interception ...2007: Attended Ole Miss in 2007-08 on financial aid but could not practice or participate ...2006: Member of 2005 Ole Miss signing class, but attended Hargrave Military Academy where he played in 2005 ... Coached at Hargrave by Robert Prunty ... Rated as the No. 3 prep school player in the nation by Rivals.com ... Also rated as the No. 5 defensive tackle in the nation by Scout.com.
*Jevan Snead heading into rJr season: 2008: 13 GP; 13 GS; Rush: 57-60-1.1-3; Pass: 327-184-56.3-2762-26-13; Rec: 2-42-21-0; 1 Sol-1 TT; Named third team All-SEC by Phil Steele and honorable mention All-SEC by the Associated Press Earned second team All-Sophomore honors from CollegeFootballNews.com Finished second in the SEC in TD passes (26) and third in passing average (212.5 ypg) Ranked third in the SEC (21st in the nation) in pass efficiency (145.5) and fourth in the league in total offense (217.1 ypg) Established Ole Miss season records for average yards per completion (15.0) and pass attempt (8.4) Ranks behind only Eli Manning on the Rebel single-season passing charts for efficiency (second), TDs (third) and yards (fourth) Tossed multiple TD passes in nine games and four TD passes twice Threw for 200 or more yards six times and 250-plus in three games, including a career-high 292 in the Cotton Bowl Tossed the two longest completions in school history for 88 yards and 86 Started all 13 games Earned first letter Named Midseason All-SEC third team by Phil Steele 2007: Sat out the season due to the NCAA transfer rule ... Spring: Transferred from University of Texas to Ole Miss in January of 2007 ... Participated in spring football drills ... 2006: 8 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 27-87-3.2-1; Pass: 49-26-53.1-371-2-2; As a true freshman at Texas in 2006, completed 26 of 49 passes for 371 yards and two touchdowns, with two interceptions ... Also rushed for 87 yards and one TD ... His most extensive action against a Big 12 opponent was against Kansas State when he replaced Colt McCoy, who had gone down with a shoulder injury, when he passed for 190 yards and one TD.
Senquez Golson heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Steelers' eight picks: Round 2/56 - Senquez Golson, CB, 5-9, 176, Mississippi...Picked for another desperate need, he is an aggressive, smart, fast, ball-hawking player the Steelers have not had in quite some time at the position. His shortcoming is his height, although he still intercepted 10 passes last season. Unanimous All-America in a tough conference. - The Sports Xchange
Brandon Bolden heading into Sr season: 2010: Named All-SEC honorable mention by the Associated Press ... Played in all 12 games with 11 starts ... Tied the school single-season records for TDs scored (17) and rushing TDs (14) ... Finished fifth in the SEC in rushing (81.3 ypg) ... Led the team in rushing (976 yards), receptions (32, for 344 yards) and all-purpose yards (1,320 yards) Returned seven kickoffs for 162 yards Also served as gunner on punt coverage vs. Fresno State (9/25): Registered career highs of 243 all-purpose yards and three total TDs Ran for a career-high 228 yards on 19 carries with two TDs at Tennessee (11/13): Rushed for 113 yards on 12 carries with two TD Also tallied three tackles and forced a fumble on special teams. 2009: Saw action in all 13 games with eight starts Finished second on the team in rushing with 129 carries for 614 yards (4.8 per) and four touchdowns Ranked third on the team in receiving with 20 receptions for 209 yards and one score on the season Returned seven kickoffs for 162 yards. 2008: Played in all 13 games Finished second on team in rushing TDs (5), third in rushing yards (542) and fourth in total TDs (6) Returned seven kickoffs for 108 yards (15.4 per) Cotton Bowl vs. Texas Tech (1/2): Topped the 100-yard mark for the first time in his career, carrying 11 times for 101 yards.
Johnny Brown heading into Sr season: 2009: Started and played in 12 games, missing only Northern Arizona ... Finished second on the team with 81 tackles (47 solo) and had one interception on the season ... Earned third letter ...2008: Saw action in all 13 games ... Totaled 28 tackles, including 19 solos ... Earned second letter ...2007: Saw action in all 12 games with starts in the last seven (six at free safety and one at strong safety) ... Averaged 7.2 tackles per game as a starter.
Jonathan Cornell heading into rSr season: 2009: Started all 13 games at Mike linebacker ... Ranked third on the team in tackles with 79 (41 solo) ... Also collected 8.0 TFLs, three QB pressures and two pass break-ups ... Turned in five games with seven or more stops ... Helped hold the opposition under 300 yards of total offense seven times this year, including five SEC games ...2008: Saw action in all 13 games and started 11 at Mike linebacker ... Totaled 45 tackles, with 5.5 TFLs and 3.0 sacks ...2007: Saw action and started at will linebacker in first two games 2006: Appeared in seven games, making one start at weakside linebacker at LSU (11/18) Finished the season with six total tackles.
Shay Hodge heading into Sr season: 2009 Senior Bowl Invite 2008: 13 GP; 12 GS; Rec: 44-725-16.5-8; Earned third team All-SEC honors from Phil Steele Tied for the SEC lead in TD catches (8) and finished sixth in yards per catch (16.5), eighth in receiving yards per game (55.8 ypg) and eighth in receptions per game (3.38) Posted career-high 133 yards receiving and finished with three catches, including a 86-yard touchdown, in stunning win at Florida. 2007: 12 GP; 2 GS; Rec: 43-593-13.8-6; Topped team with 43 receptions for 593 yards Tied team lead with six touchdown catches. 2006: 12 GP; 2 GS; Rec: 16-193-12.1-0; Started two games at flanker Finished third on the team with 16 receptions and 193 receiving yards. Personal: Full name is Vareion Deshay Hodge.
Bradley Sowell heading into rSr season: 2010: Named All-SEC second team by the Associated Press and Phil Steele ... One of five players to start all 12 games (at left tackle) ... Helped Ole Miss lead the SEC in fewest sacks allowed and rank third in rushing offense Helped the Rebels notch eight individual 100-yard rushing performances by four different runners Received Most Improved Offensive Player from spring drills. 2009: Started and played in 12 games, missing only Northern Arizona Helped the Rebel offense rank second in the SEC and 14th in the nation in sacks allowed (17). 2008: Saw action in all 13 games Played both tackle and tight end vs. Mississippi State (11/28): Caught first career pass, a one-yard TD. 2007: Redshirted.
Reid Neely heading into rSr season: 2007: Started every game at left guard ... Helped pave the way for BenJarvus Green-Ellis 1,137 rushing yards, which ranks second on the schools single-season chart ...2006: Appeared in 10 games ... Served on the Rebels PAT unit...2005: Redshirted.
Cordera Eason heading into Sr season: 2007: Saw action in 11 games ... Finished season with three rushes for six yards ... Also credited with three tackles on special teams ... 2006: Appeared in 10 games ... Finished the season with 15 yards on seven carries.
Ted Laurent heading into Sr season: 2009: Saw action in all 13 games with three starts at nose tackle ... Recorded 12 tackles (six solo) including 2.5 TFLs and 0.5 sack ... Helped the Rebel defense top the SEC and rank 11th nationally in TFLs (7.38) and 14th in sacks (2.77) ... Ole Miss held the opposition under 300 yards of total offense seven times in 2009, including five SEC games ... Earned third letter ...2008: Saw action in all 13 games with seven starts at nose tackle ... Registered 24 total stops with 7.0 TFLs and one sack ... Also notched one QB pressure and a fumble recovery ... Helped the Rebel defense rank No. 2 in SEC and No. 4 in the nation in rush defense (85.5 ypg) and tie for first in the NCAA in TFLs (8.62 pg) ... Earned second letter ...2007: Saw action in seven games ... Earned first letter.
Kentrell Lockett heading into rSr season: 2010: Played in and started three games ... Suffered an ACL injury in the Fresno State game and missed the rest of the season ... Missed the season opener due to a heart rhythm problem ... Team captain ... at Tulane (9/11): Posted three tackles (two solo), including a sack, in start ... vs. Vanderbilt (9/18): Posted three tackles (one solo) and was credited with two QB hurries ... vs. Fresno State (9/25): Suffered an ACL injury and did not record a tackle. 2009: Named All-SEC third team (Phil Steele) Started all 13 games at right end Recorded a team-high 13 QB pressures Ranked second on the team in both TFLs (10.0) and sacks (5.0) Recorded 39 tackles (23 solo) Helped the Rebel defense top the SEC and rank 11th nationally in TFLs (7.38) and 14th in sacks (2.77). 2008: Started all 13 games at defensive end Tied for eighth in the SEC in TFLs with 11.5, which ranked second on the team Totaled 36 tackles, four QB hurries, two sacks, two fumble recoveries and an historic blocked kick in the upset at Florida Helped the Rebel defense rank No. 2 in SEC and No. 4 in the nation in rush defense (85.5 ypg) and tie for first in the NCAA in TFLs (8.62 pg) 2007: Played in six games and started two at defensive end his seven tackles on the year included one sack. 2006: Redshirted with shoulder injury.
Lawon Scott heading into Sr season: 2009: Started all 13 games at defensive tackle ... Accounted for 24 tackles (13 solo) ... Helped Ole Miss hold the opposition under 300 yards of total offense seven times, including five SEC games ...2008: Earned honorable mention All-SEC honors from the Associated Press ... Named honorable mention All-Sophomore by CollegeFootball-News.com ... Saw action in all 13 games with six starts at nose tackle, including the final three games ... Recorded 21 tackles, with 2.5 TFLs and 2.0 sacks ... Also notched one forced fumble, one QB pressure and one pass break-up ... Helped the Rebel defense rank No. 2 in SEC and No. 4 in the nation in rush defense (85.5 ypg) and tie for first in the NCAA in TFLs (8.62 pg)...2007: Saw action in four games ... Totaled seven tackles, including four solos and 2.5 TFLs.
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