2003: Played in every game...recorded 31 total tackles, including 15 solos, five for a loss of 11 yards and one sack for four yards...credited with forcing a fumble as well as recovering one...also broke up two passes...proving the respect of his fellow teammates, he was named the team's Defensive MVP...he also earned third team All-South honors sponsored by Don Hansen's Weekly Gazette...he recorded a personal game high five tackles against Colgate in the NCAA Division I-AA Semi-Final Game.
2002: Saw action in each of the team's 11 games...ended campaign with 15 tackles, six were solo, four were for a loss including two sacks...also recovered one fumble...ended the season as the team's Defensive MVP...had six games with multiple tackles...recorded three against no. 20 Eastern Kentucky...tackle for the most yards lost was the final game of the year against FIU...recorded a sack for a loss of seven yards...recovered a fumble against Youngstown State.
2001: Played in every game...recorded nine solo tackle, one shy of the team lead....added 13 assists for a total of 23 for the season...had three tackles for a loss of nine yards...also had half a sack for a loss of three yards and recovered one fumble...opened his collegiate career with the most tackles he would record in a single game, as a freshman, with two solo and two assists against Slippery Rock...had his first collegiate tackle for a loss, three-yards, against Drake and followed it with his second the following game versus Jacksonville...against Gardner Webb he recorded four assists, but more importantly, he recorded his first sack, a loss of seven yards...his fumble recovery came the final game of the season, versus Albany (NY) ...excelled in off-season conditioning which translated into strong spring practices.
2000: Graded as the team's best defensive lineman.
High School: Played for Gill Lora at North Miami High School...played in seven games before he broke his leg...named first team All-Dade, first team All-State and was the team's MVP...two-sport athlete (football and a fantastic wrestler)...as a wrestler in the 225 pound division, named second team All-State during his junior campaign...as a senior he qualified for state and held a 24-2 record.
Personal: Health Administration major...son of Marie Guerrier...born December 5, 1989 in Miami, FL.
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