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2010: Was the biggest statistical contributor to FSU's nation-leading 48 quarterback sacks...ranked third nationally in total sacks with 13.5, which tied for the fifth-best season in Florida State history...tied for fourth-most nationally with 21.5 tackles for loss, which is the third-best season in FSU history behind Brodrick Bunkley and Darnell Dockett...registered two-sack games five times in 2010, the last time coming against Florida which earned him ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week honors...enjoyed perhaps his best performance in the Seminoles win over Boston College, when he registered a career-high nine tackles (six solos), including 3.5 tackles for loss and two sacks...ranked sixth among Seminoles in total tackles with 63, including 42 solo stops...filled his stat line out with two pass breakups, four quarterback hurries and two forced fumbles...recognized as the team's Most Valuable Player at the annual football banquet.
2009: Played in 12 of 13 games as a true freshman after enrolling in January 2009...had 12 total tackles and three tackles for loss, including one in the Seminoles' Gator Bowl victory over West Virginia...saw his playing time at end increase in passing situations late in the season...managed to lead the team in quarterback hurries with four...announced his arrival with an impressive spring practice just two months after becoming the lone early enrollee.
Product of the Florida State University School, better known as Florida High...carried a four-star rating and was considered the No. 2 defensive end in the state as a senior...recorded 44 career sacks in three seasons, including 20 as a senior, to go along with 80 tackles...earned second team All-State honors in basketball as a junior...coveted by many but selected the Seminoles over Miami, LSU, South Carolina, Tennessee and Southern Miss...born February 9, 1990.
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