4Vonzell McDowell, Jr
2010: Played in eight of the Huskies' 13 games in 2010 ... recorded two tackles vs. Stanford ... one stop each vs. Syracuse and USC ... honored with the Academic Achievement Award at the UW's postseason banquet.
2009: Played in all 12 of the Huskies' games as a cornerback and special teams player ... started vs. LSU, Idaho and USC at one corner spot ... had three tackles in the LSU game and followed with a season-high four vs. Idaho ... two tackles, including one for a loss, in the 16-13 win over No. 3 USC ... three tackles in the victory over Arizona ... one tackle and a forced fumble at UCLA ... two stops at Oregon State ... one tackle each vs. Oregon and California.
2008: Played in 11 of 12 games, missing the Oregon game before playing in the final 11 ... started as a third cornerback vs. Notre Dame ... had a season-high three tackles vs. BYU ... two tackles each vs. Oklahoma and California ... one stop each vs. Stanford, Notre Dame and USC.
2007: One of seven true freshmen to see action during the 2007 season ... played in eight games and started three at one cornerback spot ... got starts at Syracuse, vs. Boise State and vs. Ohio State ... had an interception in the Huskies win over Boise State ... also had a season-high eight tackles in that contest ... notched five tackles in start vs. Ohio State and also had five off the bench vs. Arizona.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Selected to the Seattle Times' all-state team as a senior ... named to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's all-area first-team at cornerback ... compiled 45 tackles and three interceptions as a senior ... Associated Press all-state honorable mention ... one of 20 football players from the state of Washington named a "red chip" prospect by the Seattle Times ... named to the "Western 100" by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... compiled 1,110 all-purpose yards in receiving and returns ... first-team All-Metro League as both a receiver and defensive back ... helped Beach to the state playoffs in each of his seasons, culminating with a seventh-straight berth in 2006 ... team finished 7-4 overall and 5-0 in the Metro in 2006 ... as a junior, named the Metro League's defensive MVP and first-team all-league at both receiver and defensive back ... ranked the No. 28 cornerback prospect in the nation by Scout, which also ranks him the No. 8 player in Washington ... listed as the No. 12 overall prospect in the state of Washington and the No. 63 cornerback recruit in the country by Rivals ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... listed as the No. 21 recruit on SuperPrep's Northwest 100 list ... played for coach Mark Haley.