Robert St. Clair
New Orleans Bowl: Recorded five tackles, all solo, against Memphis...two tackles were for a loss of six yards.
2007: Began the year on a line that was deep and experienced...just four games into the season he and Jervonte Jackson were the elder statesmen on the line and at times were the only everyday starters to hold down the line...ended the season with 37 tackles, 21 solo...led the linemen with seven tackles for a loss of 34 yards...also credited with four sacks for a loss of 25 yards...used his speed to pressure the quarterback, with two hurries, a break up and a forced fumble.
2006: Continued to solidify himself as a quick and strong defensive lineman...recorded a tackle in all but two games...had a season-high five versus Troy, four against ULL and three twice more...recorded his first tackle for a loss at Clemson...his largest tackle for a loss was against Arkansas State, a drive stopping sack...the pre-med major was honored at season's end with the Student-Athlete Award.
2005: Played in 11 games becoming more impressive in each...ended the year with 24 tackles, including nine solo...recorded his first collegiate tackle in the season opener at Kansas...had at least one tackle in every game except Troy...had a season-high six against Middle Tennessee and four versus North Texas...led the squad in tackles for a loss with eight for a loss of 13 yards, just one was a sack and it was for a loss of two yards.
High School: Played for Forest Hill High School...program was not very strong and was limited in player development....did not play his junior season.
Personal: Pre-med major with an emphasis in veterinarian medicine...son of Robert St. Clair and Betty Lester...born Sept. 28, 1985, in West Palm Beach, FL.
|FAU Career Defensive Stats|