He was drafted to be a return man. He was their starter though as he recorded 53 tackles and 2 interceptions this season, but he was definitely drafted as a return man.
2010 (Senior): Returned from 2009 season-ending knee injury to play all 13 games and started at cornerback in season's final nine contests... Became school's all-time kick return leader... Totaled 49 tackles (37 solo) on season, added three breakups, two forced fumbles and one interception... Returned 18 kickoffs for 353 yards (19.6 average)... Came off bench in season's first four games, in addition to returning kicks... With two returns for 52 yards in third game at No. 4 TCU, broke Baylor career records for kick returns and kick return yardage... Three tackles, two PBUs and one interception in win at Rice in fourth game... Made career-first defensive start in fifth game vs. Kansas, finished with one solo tackle... Had then-career-high six tackles in second career start at cornerback vs. Texas Tech in sixth game... Made then-career-high seven stops (all solo) and forced a fumble in win at Texas in ninth game, added three kick returns for 55 yards... Had season-high four kick returns (80 yards) vs. No. 23 Texas A&M in 11th game... Made career-high nine tackles in Texas Bowl, including six solo stops... Did not participate in 2010 spring drills while rehabbing knee.
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