South Florida Bulls
- Year: Graduated
As a Recruit: Giddins was recruited from Armwood (Seffner, FL) class of 2009. He committed to South Florida .
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2010: Appeared in 12 games, earning two starts ... missed the opener with a foot injury ... named to ESPN.com's All-BIG EAST Freshman team ... posted 19 tackles, 3.5 sacks, six TFL and an INT ... notched a tackle against WKU ... tallied two tackles and a sack versus FAU ... posted two tackles, including 1.5 TFL, at WVU ... notched three tackles, a half sack and two pressures at Cincinnati ... tallied four tackles and his first career INT at Louisville ... added a sack versus Pitt ... earned his first career start at Miami and posted six tackles, a sack and two TFL ... also started against Connecticut.
2009: Played in three games before ankle injury ended his season ... his first two career tackles were both sacks against Western Kentucky ... totaled three tackles during the season.
Coached by Sean Callahan ... earned CSTV National Defensive Player of the Year and USA Today and Parade Magazine first-team All-America honors following his senior campaign ... also named to the 2008 EA Sports All-America team ... selected for the 2008 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... was a two-time first-team all-county selection by both the Times and the Tribune ... also voted a two-time defensive player of the year by the Times ... first-team Reebok Florida Phenom selection as a senior ... named Bright House Sports Network Defensive MVP of the Year as a junior and was a Class 4A first-team All-State and All-Sun Coast selection ... one of the nine best prospects in the Tampa area according to the Tampa Tribune and St. Petersburg Times ... a three-year starter and team captain at Armwood High School ... recorded 75 tackles, six sacks, 18 TFL, five forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, two fumbles returned for touchdowns, 21 pressures and 10 PBU as a senior ... compiled 98 tackles, 21 TFL and 21 sacks as a junior, becoming Armwood High School's all-time sack leader ... chose USF over USC, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Auburn, Clemson, North Carolina and Tennessee.
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