Data Scout Notes: 2013: 1stC...PLombardi/POutland/PNagurski/PBednarik/TSX-PTW...2012: 1stC...PLombardi/PNagurski/POutland/CBS1st...2011: 1stM/PLombardi/PNagurski/PBednarik...2010: DPOYasTrueFrosh/ROY/1stC
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Draft Scout Roosevelt Nix News
01/09/15 - LB Roosevelt Nix was signed by the Steelers Friday (Jan. 9) to a reserve/future contract for 2015.
08/06/14 - FB Rossevelt Nix-Jones was waived by the Falcons Aug. 3.
05/13/14 - Falcons Add 20 College Free Agents: Nix, 5-11, 260 pounds, became the first player in Kent State history and the fifth MAC player to earn first team all-conference honors in four seasons. He finished his career second on the school’s all-time sacks list with 24 quarterback take downs and is the Golden Flash’s career leader with 65 tackles for loss. Nix attended Reynoldsburg High School in Reynoldsburg, OH where he was named OCC Player of the Year. - Atlanta Falcons
05/07/14 - 2014 NFL Draft: 126 FBS programs, 126 possible UDFAs: KENT STATE: LB Roosevelt Nix (5-11, 248, 4.81)...While he's no Khalil Mack and lacks NFL measureables, Nix is one of the most productive defensive players in MAC history with 65 career tackles for loss and 12 forced fumbles in his career as a hybrid lineman. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
12/15/13 - 2013 ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM: Down Lineman - Roosevelt Nix, Kent State...Nix led the Golden Flashes in tackles for loss (13.0), sacks (3.5) and quarterback hurries (6), despite playing through injuries during much of the season. He also forced two fumbles, made 41 tackles, broke up five passes and blocked a kick. Nix (2010-13) joins defensive back Davonte Shannon, Buffalo (2007-10), defensive back Barry Church, Toledo (2006-09), punter Dave Zastudil, Ohio (1998-2001) and quarterback Brian McClure, Bowling Green (1982-85) on the prestigious list of four-year, first team honorees. "Rosie didn't play a lot of snaps in a lot of our games, but when he was in there, he was very effective," Head Coach Paul Haynes said. "And to get voted first team, this shows you the respect he gets around the league." - Kent State football