Seniors Alfred Morris and Sam McRoy Joined by Sophomore Randell Johnson
Howard Schnellenberger to Coach Game Scheduled for January 21, 2012
Morris sets program record for all-purpose yards, ties career rushing TD mark
Experience will be instrumental in FAU's move to a 3-4 defense.
2010: Started and anchored an improved line that has applied more pressure each season...FAU's Defensive Game Ball winner following UAB game...record a tackle in all but one game in 2010...had his first tackle for a loss in the UAB victory...recorded two versus North Texas...grabbed his first sack at Middle Tennessee and followed it up the following week versus Troy...earned two quarterback hurries and two broken passes.
2009: Was a key member of the defensive unit....played and started in every game...recorded 25 solo tackles and 15 assists which was tops among the FAU defensive lineman by 16 tackles...also led the Owls with 11.5 tackles for a loss of 41 yards...recorded a team leading 3.0 sacks for a loss of 20 yards...credited with two pass breakups and three QB hurries...had a season-high seven tackles versus Wyoming but continued to become more and more of a force as the season progressed...forced a fumble versus Lafayette...first collegiate sack was an assist versus ULM...first solo sack was versus Lafayette...recorded a season-high three tackles for a loss, totaling 10 yards, against Arkansas State
2008: Used the year as a redshirt season...showed great promise.
2007: Transferred from Western Michigan...joined the squad in January to begin the transition with the team.
High School: Played for Jeff Bertani at North Miami Beach High School, where he recorded 62 tackles, including 15 sacks ...also forced four fumbles as a senior... earned first-team All-Dade honors and participated in the Broward vs. Dade All-Star Game and the North and South Game...two-sport athlete (football and basketball).
Personal: Criminal justice major...son of Marie Rock and Enel Cyrille...born in Miami, FL.
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