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2009: The Huskies' regular starter at one outside linebacker spot ... played in and started seven of 12 games, missing five games due to injury ... started in the first four games of the season, then missed the Notre Dame game with an injury ... returned for the next three, but then sat out the final four contests due to an injured hand ... had a season-high 11 tackles in the Huskies' season opener vs. LSU ... eight tackles the following week vs. Idaho ... five tackles, including one for a loss, in the UW's 16-13 win over No. 3 USC ... three tackles, half a tackle for loss, and a fumble recovery at Stanford ... six tackles vs. Arizona and seven the following week at Arizona State ... three tackles vs. Oregon in final game action of the season.
2008: Left the team during fall camp and sat out the season in its entirety ... returned to the team prior to spring, 2009, practice.
2007: Named the Sports Radio 950 KJR Player of the Year (defense) at the postseason awards banquet ... ranked sixth in the Pac-10 with 8.5 tackles per game ... 10th in the conference with 14.0 tackles for loss and seventh in fumble recoveries with 0.23 per game ... ranked No. 70 in the country in tackles and No. 66 in tackles for loss ... played in all 13 games, starting 10 at the weakside linebacker spot ... the team's leading tackler ... had a season-high 15 tackles, including 13 solo stops and two tackles for loss, at UCLA ... notched 13 tackles and recovered a fumble vs. Boise State ... registered 11 tackles against Oregon and again vs. Washington State, when he had two for loss ... notched sacks at Stanford (for a 10-yard loss) and at Hawai'i (for a two-yard loss) also had eight tackles and a fumble recovery vs. the Warriors ... nine tackles, including a season-high three for los and a fumble recovery at Oregon State ... also collected nine tackles vs. USC ... eight tackles, with two for loss, vs. Ohio State ... eight stops, with one for a loss, at Arizona State ... the team's defensive player of the week for the Washington State game.
2006: Earned significant playing time on both special teams and at linebacker ... played in nine of the Huskies' 12 games, missing the UCLA, Arizona and USC games due to a broken bone in his hand ... notched a season-high five tackles at Oregon and again in the win over Washington State ... three tackles, including one for a loss, vs. Fresno State ... three tackles at Oklahoma ... two tackles each in San Jose State and Oregon State games.
2005: Did not see action as a freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Played on a Bellevue High team that won an unprecented fourth-straight 3A state championship in 2004 ... started the season with a 39-20 win over national No. 1 De La Salle High at Qwest Field, breaking De La Salle's record 151-game winning streak ... named the Seattle Times and Seattle Post-Intelligencer defensive MVP for the area ... notched 72 solo tackles, nine tackles for loss and four-and-a-half sacks as a senior ... one of six players in Washington named a "blue-chip" prospect by the Seattle Times ... also one of six players in the region named a Northwest Nugget by the Tacoma News Tribune ... one of 12 linebackers named to the News Tribune's "Western 100" ... received two votes in the Long Beach Press Telegram's "Best in the West" poll ... PrepStar All-American ... named All-America and the No. 16 linebacker in the nation by SuperPrep ... tabbed as the No. 3 player in the state by SuperPrep ... No. 67 on scout.com's West Hot 100 ... team was 51-2 in his four years ... played for coach Butch Goncharoff ... a pre-arts & sciences major.