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Davon House heading into Sr season: 2010: House led the team with two interceptions, 57 tackles and 10 pass break ups. House, a native of Palmdale, Calif., ended his career with NM State ranked sixth all-time in interceptions for a career with 11 and first in interception return yardage with 319. He returned three interceptions for a touchdown in his career, tallying 198 tackles, 46 pass break ups and three fumble recoveries...2009: Played in all 13 games for the Aggies in 2009 at the defensive back position. House was named a first team All-WAC selection, after leading the league and the Aggies in passes defended and interceptions. House also broke the school record for most interception return yards for a career. He tallied 68 tackles on the season and three interceptions. House also recorded two touchdowns on the year, one interception return for a touchdown against Hawai'i (11/14) and the other a fumble recovery and return for a touchdown at Louisiana Tech (10/17)...2008: Started all 12 games for the Aggies at the left defensive back spot in 2008. Recorded 40 tackles, a tackle-for-a-loss, two fumble recoveries and two interceptions...2007: Aggies starting defensive back in 13 games in 2007 as a true freshman. He finished the season with 37 tackles, 21 solo efforts, eight pass breakups, two tackles-for-a-loss, four interceptions with 171 return yards, 94 kickoff return yards and 283 yards of all-purpose yardage. His four interceptions led the team and his 171 interception return yards broke the school record that was set back in 1981.
Chase Holbrook heading into rSr season: 2007: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 55-5-0.1-2; Pass: 543-381-70.2-3866-26-18; 1 Sol-1 TT; Holbrook had another outstanding year for the Aggies at quarterback, starting 12 of the 13 games. On the season, Holbrook passed for 3,866 yards, 26 touchdowns and averaged 322.2 yards a game through the air. He also finished the season completing 70.2 percent of his passes. Holbrook finished fifth in the nation in passing yards per game (322), eighth in total passing yards (3,866), second in pass completions per game (31.75) and fourth in pass completion percentage (70.2)...Holbrook finished second in the WAC in passing yards per game and total offense...2006: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 80-(-78)-(-1)-0; Pass: 566-396-70-4619-34-9; Holbrook burst onto the national scene in 2006, leading his team as the Aggies starting quarterback in all 12 games. On the season Holbrook finished the year with 4,619 yards passing and 4,541 yards of total offense, both NCAA records for a sophomore and school records for a single-season. He ranked second in the nation in total offense per game 378.4, while leading the Aggie offense to a number two ranking in the nation in passing offense per game with 399.3 yards, third in total offense with 475.1 yards per game, 12th in passing efficiency (155.06) and 15th in the country in scoring offense with 31.1 points per game. Holbrook broke school records for most attempts in a single-season (566), attempts a single-game (73) versus UTEP (9/30), completions in a single-season (396), completions in a single-game (50) against #15 Boise State (10/15), yardage in a singe-season (4,619), most consecutive completions (16) versus #15 Boise State, touchdown passes in a season (34), 300-yard passing games in a single-season (10)...2005: Holbrook red shirted during his first season with the Aggies, because of NCAA transfer rules...2004: 10 GP; 0 GS; Rush: 2-3-1.5-0; Pass: 9-7-77.8-75-0-0; Chase spent 2004 as a backup quarterback at Southeastern Louisiana with coach Mumme. He played in 10 games throwing for 75 yards on 7-of-9 passing.
Jeremy Harris heading into Sr season: A closer look at the Jaguars' picks: Round 7/208 - Jeremy Harris, CB, 6-2, 184, New Mexico State...General manager David Caldwell said earlier in the week that late-round picks by the Jaguars would be made with an emphasis toward special teams help. With two picks in a three-player span in the seventh round, the Jaguars did just that with a pair of cornerbacks. Harris played for current Jaguars defensive backs coach DeWayne Walker who offered his endorsement of his former player. - The Sports Xchange
Rhyan Anderson heading into rSr season: 2007: Transfer from Miami Hurricanes...Rhyan started all 13 games for NMSU at the defensive end position. He grabbed 12 tackles on the season, five solo efforts, as well as two tackles-for-a-loss, one sack, three pass break-ups and two quarterback hurries...2006: Anderson played in only one game for Miami in 2006...2005: Was a backup defensive end who played in eight games in 2005. He tallied four tackles (all solo), with two tackles for loss, one sack for a 12-yard loss and one QB pressure...2004: Redshirt at Miami.
Jonte Green heading into rSr season: A closer look at the Lions' picks: Round 6/196 - Jonte Green, CB, 5-11, 191, New Mexico State...The Lions like his speed (4.4) and his aggression. They see a guy who plays back, reads the play in front of him and reacts quickly and assertively. - The Sports Xchange
Vincent Butler heading into Sr season: 2007: 11 GP; 5 GS; 16 Sol-29 TT, 1.5 TFL, 1 SK, 2 PBU, 1 FR; Vincent played in 11 games for the Aggies at defensive back, starting five games. He tallied 29 tackles, 16 of those solo efforts. Butler had one sack, two pass break-ups and a fumble recovery...JC: In two years at New Mexico Military Institute, Butler had 69 tackles, 12 pass breakups, one quarterback sack and one interception where he was primarily matched up against the opponent's top receiver.
Chris Williams heading into Sr season: 2007: 8 GP; 8 GS; Rush: 10-35-3.5-0; Rec: 56-772-13.8-11; PR: 6-100-16.7-0 KR: 5-116-23.2-0; Williams started the Aggies first eight games before suffering a season ending injury (stress fracture in right collarbone). In just eight games, Williams caught 56 passes for 772 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also returned five kicks for 116 yards and six punts for 100 yards. Despite missing five games, Williams was named a finalist for the Biletnikoff Award, an award going to the nation's top wide receiver. Williams also earned second all-WAC honors as voted on by the WAC coaches... 2006: 12 GP; 12 GS; Rush: 5-53-10.6-0; Rec: 92-1425-15.5-12; PR: 6-92-15.3-0 KR: 13-301-23.2-0; Williams was the Aggies' top receiver in 2006, playing in all 12 games. He became the ninth player in school history to earn All-American honors as he was named to the SI.com All-America Honorable Mention team. Williams led the nation in receiving yards per game (117.9) and catches per game (7.66). His 1,861 all-purpose yards also ranked fourth in the nation. He was also the only Aggie to be named first team all-WAC. Williams led the Aggie receiving corps in with a school records for receptions in a season (92) and receiving yards in a season (1,425)... 2005: 10 GP; 3 GS; Rush: 4-12-3-0; Rec: 12-97-8.1-0; KR: 7-207-29.6-1; Chris played in ten games, while starting in three of those games for the Aggies. He gained 12 yards rushing, caught the ball 12 times for 97 yards, and had a total of 207 yards on kick returns.
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