Parms is the 2nd DB and the 3rd Owl to Sign in 2015
Second WR in Program History to Sign NFL Contract
A total of six Owls are on NFL rosters
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Football Season Opener Aug. 30 at UM
2011:Most experienced defensive player...adjusted to a 3-4 in 2011 and was instrumental in the coaching transition and move back to 4-3...started in every game...led the squad in tackles with 110, broke the 100-tackle plateau in FAU's victory over UAB...finished second among Sun Belt tackle leaders with 9.2 per game...recorded double-digit tackles at Michigan State and FIU and versus Middle Tennessee and Arkansas State...recorded a season-high and career-high seven solo tackles three times, all in consecutive games (Middle Tennessee 7-7, Arkansas State 7-9 and FIU 7-8)...broke career high of 12 at Michigan State with 13...set a new mark of 14 versus Middle Tennessee and his final mark of 16 versus Arkansas State...nearly matched career high with 15 at FIU...tallied seven games with a tackle for a loss of yards...season and career high was three set during the season home and FAU stadium opener versus Western Kentucky...recorded a sack twice, both for a loss of seven yards -- the first at Auburn, the second versus Western Kentucky...rewarded with three quarterback hurries (Florida, Michigan State and Arkansas State)...broke up a pass at Auburn...served as a team game captain versus Auburn and North Texas.
Statesman of the linebackers...will be instrumental in the transition.
2010: Saw action in 11 games...recorded a tackle in every game played except the last game of the season...had three solo tackles in a season-high, five-tackle performance versus Louisiana...recorded his first tackle for a loss in 2010 versus Arkansas State, a loss of two yards...did the same versus Middle Tennessee...forced a fumble versus Western Kentucky and had a total of four passes broken up...among linebackers, he and Yourhighness Morgan had a position high four each...recorded two at Western.
2009: Earned a starting spot as a true freshman and went into the spring neck and neck for the starting role in 2010...saw his first action against ULM, a game that he recorded two tackles...followed it up the following week with a two tackle performance versus Wyoming...drew his first start versus Arkansas State...recorded a career-high 12 tackles, seven assists, and recorded two for a loss of 14 including a sack for a loss of 10...started the following game versus Troy but an injury gave him limited action not only against Troy but the following two games...credited with a hurry and two breakups both against ASU.
High School: Played for Coach Hiedelburg at Miami Edison High School where he tallied 107 tackles, including 17 for a loss...had three sacks, four interceptions, two forced fumbles, one recovery and scored once as a senior...played in the North and South All-Star Games...three-sport athlete (football, basketball and track)...lone season of football was his senior campaign.
Personal: Undecided in major...son of Karlene Hinds and Marcel Gabriel...born in Kingston, Jamaica.
|2010 Game-by-Game Tackles|
|10/23||at Arkansas State||1||0||1||1.0-2||0.0-0||0||0-0|
|11/27||at Middle Tenn.||1||1||2||1.0-2||0.0-0||0||0-0|
|2009 Game-by-Game Tackles|
|10/17||at North Texas||0||0||0||0.0-0||0.0-0||0||0-0|
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