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Glover Quin heading into rSr season: 2007: 11 GP; 9 GS; 25 Sol-40 TT, 1 TFL, 2 INT, 8 PBU; Honorable Mention all-MWC selection who overcame a serious injury to re-join teammate DeAndre Wright as one of the top corners in the MWC…the duo led the league's No. 2 and nation's 20th-ranked pass defense…gutted through the first 2 games of the year with a painful groin injury that had plagued him throughout training camp and eventually missed 2 weeks after undergoing surgery immediately after the New Mexico State game in the early morning hours of Sept. 9…doctors believed he had a hernia, but surgery revealed that the swelling was caused by a torn and bruised muscle…returned to part-time action in week 5 vs. BYU and played his first pain-free game of the season at Wyoming (week 6)...2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; KR: 5-111-22.2-0; 37 Sol-63 TT, 2 TFL, 12 PBU, 1 QBH, 1 FR, 1 FF; Honorable Mention all-MWC pick who improved his consistency in coverage and confidence within the defensive scheme in each of his 13 starts...led the MWC with 12 pass break-ups and was second in the league, behind teammate DeAndre Wright, with 12 passes defended...was outstanding in run support and shooting up field to defeat screen passes and runs to the perimeter...ranked 3rd on the team (29th MWC) with 63 tackles, which was the most by a UNM corner since Art Celestine had 72 in 1995...also had 2 tackles for loss, forced and recovered a fumble...8 PBUs in 8 conference games (1st MWC)...JC: SOUTHWEST MISSISSIPPI CC: Posted 40 tackles, 8 deflections, 2 interceptions and a TD in 2005 for head coach Dom Green…broke his right arm the second game of the 2004 season and missed the remainder of the year.
Erik Cook heading into rSr season: 2009 Texas vs the Nation Invite…2008: Leader of one of the premier offensive line groups in the MWC this fall which cleared the way for the nation’s 16th-ranked rushing offense…2nd team all-MWC selection and his teammates’ choice for most Oustanding Offensive Lineman…posted team-high performance grades in 7 games…started the first 7 games before missing week 8 vs. San Diego State with an illness…105 knockdown blocks (9.5 avg.) on the year and led the team with double-digit knockdown totals in 8 games…just 2 sacks allowed in 274 pass attempts…only flagged for 3 penalties (752 plays). 2007: Played in 12 games, starting the final 9…8 starts protecting QB Donovan Porterie’s blind side at left tackle and a spot start at left guard in place of injured Anthony Kilby…35 knockdown blocks. Made his first career start in place of Devin Clark at RT vs. Sacramento State, but played 4 positions over the course of the game…came in to play LT briefly for injured Sylvester Hatten, then subbed in at RG for Bart Miller and eventually finished the game at C with the No. 2 offense. 2006: Appeared in 3 games, sharing time with Vince Natali late in the season. 2005: Redshirted. Personal: Brother of former Lobo center Ryan Cook, a three-time first team all-MWC selection (2003-05) who was a second round pick of the Minnesota Vikings in the `06 NFL Draft.
DeAndre Wright heading into rSr season: 2007: 13 GP; 13 GS; PR: 1-(-8)-(-8)-0 KR: 6-134-22.3-0; 24 Sol-36 TT, 1.5 TFL, 3 INT, 9 PBU, 1 FR; First team all-MWC honoree who led the team with 12 passes defended, including a team-high 3 interceptions (career-high 67 return yards) and 9 break ups…was outstanding over the last 10 games, notching 6 pass break-ups, 2 INTs and allowing just 2 long passes (15+ yards)…numbers were particularly impressive considering many opponents chose not to challenge him downfield…was thrown at just 11 times in man coverage in the final 7 games (4 times at Utah)…2006: 13 GP; 13 GS; KR: 14-362-25.9-0; 27 Sol-47 TT, 1 TFL, 4 INT, 10 PBU; Second team all-MWC selection who emerged as one of the premier cover men in the league in his first 13 games (all starts) at cornerback...led the MWC with 14 passes defended, including a team-high 4 interceptions (T2nd MWC)...also had 10 pass break-ups (2nd MWC)...2 PBUs and 1 INT came in the end zone...47 tackles, including 1 TFL...displayed outstanding consistency for a first-year corner and rarely gave up any deep balls...10 passes defended (7 PBUs, 3 INTs) in 8 league games (1st MWC), helping the Lobos rank 4th in pass efficiency defense...also emerged as the top kick returner in the MWC, averaging 25.9 yards on his 14 run-backs...average was the best by a Lobo (min. 10 returns) since 1996...2005: 11 GP; 6 GS; KR: 3-47-15.7-0; 23 Sol-46 TT, 6 TFL, 4 SK, 1 INT, 1 PBU, 3 QBH, 2 FF; Was one of the best players in the Lobo secondary in his rookie season, garnering honorable mention Freshman All-America honors from The Sporting News...role increased throughout the season and he did a little bit of everything in his 11 games (6 starts)...6.0 tackles for loss (5 solo, 2 assisted) and 4.0 sacks (3 solo, 2 assisted) were the most by a Lobo defensive back in `05...recorded 46 tackles overall (23 solo)...led the team with 2 fumbles forced...also had 3 QB hurries, 1 INT and 1 pass break-up...2004: Redshirted.
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