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Bene Benwikere (San Jose St.)- HT: 6'0 WT: 192 40: 4.63 BP: 10
Completed four seasons with the Spartans... 47 games played and 30 career starts... Shares the San Jose State records for career pass interceptions (14), consecutive games with a pass interception (4) and single-game record of three interceptions ... Sixth on the school career list for interception return yardage with 213... A 2012 first-team All-Western Athletic Conference cornerback... First San José State player honored by the Walter Camp Football Foundation when he was named the National Defensive Player of the Week for games ending November 24, 2012... Pronounces his name Ben-ay Ben-WICK-urr-rhee.
Jabari Price (North Carolina)- HT: 6'0 WT: 200 40: 4.45 BP: 16
Earned All-ACC honorable mention accolades after starting all 12 games and finishing the regular season with 74 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, nine pass breakups and a forced fumble • Had four solo tackles and a pass breakup against Duke • Had eight tackles (seven solo) and forced a fumble in the win over Old Dominion • Had five tackles and two pass breakups in the win at Pitt • Finished with seven tackles, a tackle for loss and two pass breakups in the win over Virginia • Matched a career high with 10 tackles (six solo) and a tackle for loss against NC State • Had six stops in the win over Boston College • Finished with a career-best 10 solo tackles and a pass breakup against Miami • Finished with seven tackles (five solo) and a tackle for loss at Virginia Tech • Had seven solo stops against East Carolina • Tallied five tackles (four solo) and shared a tackle for loss at Georgia Tech • Had one solo stop and broke up a pass in the win over Middle Tennessee • Posted four tackles, including a 1-yard tackle for loss, in the season opener at No. 6 South Carolina.
Dexter McDougle (Maryland)- HT: 5'10 WT: 195 40: 4.46 BP: 0
An Academic All-ACC selection ... received the inaugural Dexter McDougle Ultimate Team Player Award at the team banquet for his leadership following injury ... suffered a season-ending injury at UConn (9/14) and missed the final nine games of the season ... opened the season against FIU (8/31) with an interception ... led the team in solo tackles (7) and had two interceptions against Connecticut (9/14), one of which was returned 49 yards for a touchdown ... earned ACC Defensive Back of the Week honors for his performance against the Huskies.
Shaquelle Evans (UCLA)- HT: 6'1 WT: 204 40: 4.40 BP: 13
Appeared in 13 games and started 12 ... Led the team with 47 receptions, 709 receiving yards and nine touchdown receptions ... Caught at least three passes in 10 of the season's 13 games ... Caught a scoring pass in eight of the year's 13 games, including a career-best two at Arizona ... Had three games of 90-plus receiving yards (97 v. Nebraska, 97 v. Arizona, 92 v. Virginia Tech) … Ranked fifth in the conference in punt return average (6.8 on 17 returns) … Honorable mention all-conference … Presented the Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior of the Year (offense) at the team’s annual banquet … Named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list.
Matt Hazel (Coastal Carolina)- HT: 6'1 WT: 198 40: 4.50 BP: 15
Selected to play in the East-West Shrine Game ... Named first team All-Big South ... Broke his own CCU single-season record with 70 receptions ... His 990 receiving yards ranks second on the CCU single-season list ... Tied for the Big South lead --ranking 25th in the FCS -- with nine receiving TDs ... Ranked second in the Big South in both receptions (5.0 per game and 70 total) and receiving yards (70.1 per game and 990 total) ... Ranked 27th with 70 receptions (56th with 5.0 per game) and 32nd in receiving yards (56th with 70.1 yards per game) ... Had a relatively quiet first half of the season, missing one game due to injury ... Broke out with a big game in the double overtime win at Liberty ... Caught nine passes for 147 yards and two scores ... The 147 yard ranks sixth on the CCU single-game list ... Followed that performance by catching just four passes for 68 yards in a win over VMI, however, he had two receiving touchdowns (32 and 12 yards) and added a two-point conversion ... Was a lone bright spot in CCU's loss at Charleston Southern, grabbing nine passes for 132 yards ... Backed that up by catching seven passes for 119 yards in a win over Presbyterian ... Also lone bright spot in a loss at South Carolina hauling in six passes for 83 yards ... Only caught three passes for 64 yards in a first round playoff win over Bethune-Cookman but had two touchdown receptions (36 and 21 yards) ... Closed his career with an impressive performance in a NCAA quarterfinal playoff loss at North Dakota State, having eight receptions for 91 yards including a 20-yard TD.
Willie Snead (Ball State)- HT: 5'11 WT: 195 40: 4.62 BP: 11
Started his 29th career game vs. Miami University . . . 12 starts this season . . . two touchdown games vs. Illinois State, at North Texas, vs. Kent State, at Akron and vs. Central Michigan . . . tallied 164 receiving yards on nine catches with two touchdowns vs. Illinois State . . . five catches for 77 yards and two scores at North Texas . . . nine catches for 175 yards at Eastern Michigan . . . seven catches for 131 yards vs. Toledo . . . six catches for 104 yards and one touchdown at Virginia . . . 10 receptions for 152 yards and two TDs vs. Kent State . . . fourth consecutive game with 100 or more yards receiving vs. Kent State . . . ranks fourth in the nation in receiving touchdowns (14) and receiving yards per game (119.1) plus is eighth in receptions per game (8.1) . . . leads the nation with nine games of 100 or more yards receiving . . . seventh game with two TD catches vs. Central Michigan . . . one of three Ball State receivers -- first time in school history -- to reach the 100-yard receiving mark in the same game with his 133 and one TD vs. Miami University.