Former four-star prospect. ... Has
played in 22 career games. ... Rushed for 217 yards and four
touchdowns on 35 carries as a redshirt freshman in 2009; also
caught 27 passes for 218 yards and a score. ... Was regularly
featured in Tech's endaround play in 2009, either as the ball
carrier or as a decoy. .. Underwent back surgery in the summer
of 2010, which limited him for the first half of fall camp;
sustained a concussion shortly after he was cleared for contact.
... Ran for a touchdown the first time he touched the ball in
fall camp after he was cleared. ... Was not listed on Tech's
initial depth chart heading into the 2010 season. ... Played in
10 games in 2010. ... Rushed for 99 yards on 18 carries in 2010.
... Will not be included on the team's initial 105-man fall camp
roster, likely due to back issues. ... Could rejoin the roster
later in fall camp, once classes start.
Nicknamed "Scotty Pippen." ...
Integral part of a state champion basketball team in high school
... Has played in 38 career games (19 starts). ... Has caught at
least one pass in 37 of 38 career games. ... Split time with
Detron Lewis at Y as a freshman. ... Caught 46 passes for 561
yards and two scores in 2008. ... Was moved to H after 2008
season. ... Started 10 games in 2009. ... Caught 55 passes for
694 yards and five touchdowns in 2009. ... Battled knee
tendonitis during the spring and into fall camp. ... Started
nine games in 2010. ... Caught 33 passes for 271 yards and a
touchdown in 2010. ... Moved to Z-receiver in the spring. ...
Ended the spring listed as a co-starter at Z-receiver with
Ranked by Rivals.com as the second-best JUCO DE prospect in the country.
... One-time Virginia Tech and South Carolina signee. ... Was coached by
Tech DL coach Robert Prunty at Hargrave. ... Registered 88 tackles, 28.5
tackles for loss and 15 sacks in two seasons at Hinds. ... Expected to
contribute right away.
Ranked by Rivals.com as the best JUCO WR prospect in the country. ...
Signed with Kansas State out of high school and was originally committed
to them at Butler. ... Caught 43 passes for 876 yards and 13 touchdowns
in his final year at Butler. ... Enrolled early at Tech and went through
spring football pracitce. ... Was sidelined for most of the spring with
turf toe. ... Ended the spring listed second behind Eric Ward at
Played at a private high school in the Austin area. ... Great athlete
but doesn't have plus speed. ... Has played in 24 career games (nine
starts). ... Played as a true freshman in 2009, logging 24 tackles, six
pass breakups, a forced fumble and an interception. ... Lone
interception came in his hometown of Austin against Texas. ... Entered
the 2010 season listed as the team's starting RCB. ... Registered 42
tackles, two TFL, three interceptions and four pass breakups in 2010.
... Was moved to S after 2010 season. ... Listed as Tech's starting FS
heading into the season.
Three-star prospect. ... Was originally committed to Tulsa but switched
to Tech in January. ... Also had offers from Iowa State, Pitt,
Vanderbilt, Wake Forest and others. ... Will compete for immediate
playing time in fall camp.
Three-star prospect. ... Was originally committed to UTSA but switched
to Tech the November before signing day. ... Also had offers from Air
Force, ULM, New Mexico and others. ... Is entering just his third season
of organized football. ... Expected to redshirt.
Rangy, intelligent safety. ... Was integral part of Stony Point's State
7-on-7 Tournament Championship in 2009. ... Tore his ACL during fall
camp and redshirted in 2010. ... Not listed on Tech's post-spring depth
Signed with UTEP out of Irving MacArthur in 2008. ... Left the UTEP
program in 2009. ... Caught 37 passes for 559 yards and three touchdowns
with Blinn C.C. in 2009. ... Originally expected to spend 2010 season at
Blinn but learned it would be possible for him to join a Division I
program instead. ... Was briefly committed to Ole Miss. ... Arrived at
Tech in the middle of August. ... Has three years of eligibility
remaining. ... Entered the 2010 season listed behind WR Lyle Leong and
Eric Ward at X-receiver. ... Big, physical receiver that gives Tech
something they don't currently have on the outside. ... Played in 12
games in 2010. ... Caught 15 passes for 117 yards and a touchdown in
2010. ... Impressed in the spring. ... Listed as a co-starter at
Z-receiver with Tramain Swindall.
Former four-star prospect. ... Was coached in high school by Zac
Harrell, brother of former Tech QB Graham Harrell. ... One of the most
prolific quarterbacks in Texas high school history. ... Threw for 8,962
yards and 129 touchdowns in two years as a starter at Denton Ryan. ...
Named the Gatorade Texas Player of the Year, AP Texas Player of the Year
and the top-rated in-state QB by Texas Football in 2009. ...
Highest-ranked QB to sign with Tech since Graham Harrell in 2004. ...
Redshirted in 2010. ... Very good pitcher that could have been drafted
by the MLB. ... Ended the spring listed as a co-No. 2 at quarterback
with Jacob Karam. ... Expected to be Tech's No. 3 quarterback in 2011.
Three-star prospect. ... Chose Tech over offers from Arizona State,
Auburn, Clemson, Tennessee and others. ... Son of former Texas
quarterback Robert Brewer and grandson of former Texas quarterback
Charley Brewer. ... Helped lead Lake Travis to two consecutive state
championships as a starting quarterback. ... Enrolled early and went
through spring football. ... Expected to redshirt this fall.
Earned rave reviews from former Tech safeties coach Carlos Mainord
during 2008 and 2009 seasons. ... Has played in and started 25 career
games. ... Played in and started 12 games in 2009. ... Was Tech's
second-leading tackler as a redshirt freshman, logging 81 stops, 1.5 TFL
and six pass breakups. ... Registered eight or more solo tackles against
Texas, Houston, Kansas and Oklahoma State. ... Named first-team Freshman
All-American in 2009. ... Played in and started 13 games in 2010. ...
Was again the team's second-leading tackler as a sophomore, with 87
stops, one sack, 6.5 TFL, an interception, three forced fumbles and four
pass breakups. ... Listed as the team's starting WS heading into the
Brother of Tech RB Ben McRoy. ...
Four-star prospect. ... Signed with Florida out of high school after
originally committing to Tech. ... Transferred to Tech over the summer.
... Applied for an NCAA waiver allowing him to play right away but was
denied. ... Will redshirt this season.
Three-star prospect. ... Was originally committed to Oregon State but
switched to Tech several months before signing day. ... Participated in
the NUC All-World Game. ... Enrolled early and went through spring
football practice. ... Ended the spring listed behind Derrick Mays at
one of Tech's CB spots.
Nicknamed "Hammerhead." ... Former four-star prospect. ...
Highest-ranked high school receiver to sign with Tech in over a decade.
... Originally committed to Oklahoma but switched to Tech in late 2008.
... Enrolled early at Tech and went through the team's spring practices
in 2009. ... Has played in 12 career games. ... Redshirted in 2009. ...
One of the most physical receivers on the roster. ... Takes pride in his
run blocking ability. ... Played in 12 games with one start (Oklahoma)
in 2010. ... Caught six passes for 63 yards in 2010. ... Ended the
spring listed as the team's starting X-receiver.
Four-star prospect. ... Chose Tech over offers from Arizona, Arkansas,
Baylor, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas A&M and others. ... Enrolled early
and went through spring football practice. ... Not listed on Tech's
post-spring depth chart. ... Expected to redshirt in 2011.
Signed with Central Oklahoma out of high school. ... Named first-team
all-conference, first-team All-America and Lone Star Conference
Defensive Back of the Year in 2009. ... Redshirted in 2010 due to NCAA
transfer rules. ... Ended the spring listed behind D.J. Johnson at FS.