Washington: One of eight returning defensive starters ... one of UW's most experienced defenders, with 37 career appearances ... graduated in June 2006 with a degree in political science. 2006: Has started in 7 of 9 games so far ... has made 6 tackles vs. San Jose State, 8 at OU, 9 vs. FSU, 6 vs. UCLA and OSU, and 9 at USC ... Made 3 tackles vs. ASU 2005: Started eight games in 2005 ... led team with eight pass breakups, and recovered two fumbles ... also returned eight kickoffs for 173 yards, a 21.6 yard average ... credited with three pass breakups at Arizona ... missed the USC game due to injury, and was also limited to backup duty against UCLA ... had seven tackles in start vs. Oregon State ... notched four tackles and a fumble recovery in start vs. Air Force ... made nine tackles vs. Notre Dame, but left game with injury. 2004: Appeared in every game as the nickel corner ... started against Fresno State and San Jose State ... earned career-high three tackles against both Fresno State and Notre Dame ... also earned first-career INT against the Irish, and notched a tackle for loss against SJSU ... competed for the UW track squad during the indoor season ... placed 14th in the 60-meter dash (7.04) at the MPSF Championships. 2003: Earned his first letter in 2003 ... appeared in 10 games ... did not play against Stanford and UCLA. 2002: Redshirted the season ... awarded the Mark Drennan Award as the defensive scout team MVP ... also earned a weekly scout-squad MVP honor, for his work prior to UW's win over Oregon State ... ran track in the spring.
High School and Personal: Parents are Annette and David ... older brother, Jamal, was a member of the Huskies' 1991 National Championship team, and currently an assistant coach at Portland State ... totaled 1,885 yards rushing and 26 touchdowns his senior year ... also starred on defense with eight interceptions ... tallied 249 yards rushing, 4 TDs and 2 INTs against Hayward in 2001 ... a member of the Tacoma News-Tribune's "Western 100" ... named to CalHi Sports All-State (Medium Division) team as an all-purpose player ... a member of Contra Costa Times' "Cream of the Crop" team ... a PrepStar All-West Region selection, ranked among the top-20 RBs on the West Coast by that publication ... a member of SuperPrep's California 100 ... member of high school track team ... high school coach was Paul Perenon ... plans to major in political science.