2003: Second on the Tulane team in tackles with 108 and third in tackles for loss with six. Forced a pair of fumbles and broke up two passes while recording a quarterback sack (vs. Miss. State). Credited with 12 tackles in six games, including the Mississippi State game when he had nine solo stops. Unselfishly played one game at defensive end after Tulane suffered multiple injuries at the position. Caused a critical fumble by UAB at the Tulane two to stop a game-tying drive. Started strong versus TCU with eight solo tackles, two tackles for loss and a forced fumble.
2002: Played in all 13 games with eight starts, including the final seven games at middle linebacker. Developed quickly into one of the most prolific tacklers on the team. Transferred to Tulane from Kansas State as a fullback but was moved to defense in spring 2002. Ranked third on the team with 97 tackles, including 51 solo takedowns. Tied for sixth on the team with seven tackles for loss. Over the final seven games of the year, recorded a team-best 70 tackles, including six tackles for loss. Had at least one TFL in each of the last four games of the year. Notched four double-digit tackle games, including a career-best 14 (eight solo) against TCU (11/9). Named the state's defensive player of the week following the TCU game by the Louisiana Sportswriter's Association. The 14 stops tied for highest total on the team all season. Also tallied 12 tackles against Cincinnati (10/12), Army (11/16) and Southern Miss (11/23). Had a career-best 10 solo stops in the Army game.
2001: Redshirted the season as a transfer.
AT KANSAS STATE: Redshirted the 1999 season for the Wildcats and was a member of K State's 2000 Holiday Bowl team, playing in two games.
HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner at Jesuit High, who graduated in 1999 after helping the Blue Jays to three state semifinal appearances. Rushed for 1,728 yards as a senior and 28 touchdowns as a senior. Top game included 28 carries for 260 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Earned all-district, all-parish and all-metro honors, while being rated as one of the top fullbacks in the state by the National Recruiting Advisor. Lettered in baseball for Jesuit as well, batting .490 as a senior and driving in 86 runs.
PERSONAL: Brandt Michael Quick. Born January 12, 1981 in Metairie, La. The son of Leonard and Siiri Quick. Has three younger sisters. Comes from a football playing family, led by his uncle, Henry Quick, Jr., who played at Southern Miss and for the Washington Redskins. Three other uncles also played college football, including Kenny Quick, who lettered for Tulane in 1976. Majoring in social sciences with a minor in psychology.
Quick's Career Defensive Stats