Players Let Us Know What They are Thankful For
Phil Steele's 2012 Mid-Season All-SBC Teams Honors 84 Individuals
Bulldogs score 42 unanswered after Owls had tied it at 14
Hankerson hauls in 39-yard reception for first career touchdown
2013: Saw action in nine games, recording more than one tackle in every appearance...number four defensive leader on the team with 51 tackles...had two double digit performances with 10 tackles against Tulane and a season high 12 tackles in the win against FIU...had two tackles for a loss of four yards...ranked No. 41 in Conference USA for tackles.
2012: Joined the team for spring and summer workouts where he became a vocal leader...earned a start the first game of 2012 and saw action in nine games...recorded nine tackles (9:4-5) in his FAU debut...followed it up with a double digit performance two games later with 12 at Georgia...recorded a tackle in each of the nine games played with six or more in more than half of his games...credited with a broken pass at Middle Tennessee and at Alabama...also recorded two tackles for a loss finding the offense behind the line versus Wagner for a loss of one and 1.5 times at North Texas for a loss of two...recovered a fumble at Georgia as well as his first FAU interception.
Navarro Junior College: Played two seasons for Nick Bobeck and the Navarro Bulldogs, a team that captured the National Junior College Championship his freshman season and were 21-3 during his two years at Navarro...recorded 87 tackles, including 80 solo...added two interceptions, one fumble recovery which he returned for a touchdown.
High School: Attended Round Rock High School where he was a two-sport athlete (football and track).
Personal:Son of Jesse Hermen McNight...born July 2, 1991, in Boynton Beach, FL.
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