2005: Used the season as a redshirt season...traveled with the team and will be expected to provide experience on an otherwise young unit.
2004: Joined the squad as a rare junior college transfer, but as a highly touted local talent...member of the 2004 traveling squad...saw action in seven games...recorded three tackles, two against Illinois State and one versus Edward Waters.
Pasadena City College: Played for Head Coach Tom Maher where he saw action as both a free safety and corner back...earned a starting spot both seasons...named Second-Team All-Conference...recorded two interceptions as a sophomore and four as a freshman...during his sophomore campaign he recorded 60 tackles, 44 solo, with one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and one interception for a 35-yard return...named the Lancers' top defensive back in 2003.
High School: Was a three year starter at Santaluces High School where he played for Coach Ray Berger...received time as both the starting quarterback and as a defensive back...had more than 1,600 passing yards and 500 yards on the ground as the team's quarterback...saw action in the 2002 Outback All-Star Game where he received MVP honors after recording two interceptions and a fumble as the starting cornerback...also earned First Team All-Area, First-Team All-County, and First Team All-State honors...served as Santaluces' 2002 captain and was named the team's MVP.
Personal: Criminal Justice major...son of Beverly Clayton and Rickey Bethel...born Sept. 27, 1983 in Boynton Beach, FL.
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