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DEFENSIVE END

First Team - Floyd Dorsey (1999-2002): Four-year starter completed his career second in Tulane history in tackles for loss (43.0) and sacks (21.5) while compiling 187 tackles (110 solo, 77 assists), five fumble recoveries, four forced fumbles, eight pass break-ups and an interception...named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team in 1999 after posting 39 tackles (14 solo, 25 assists), five tackles for loss, five sacks, a forced fumble and an interception...claimed first-team All-Louisiana honors as a sophomore after compiling 54 stops (36 solo, 18 assists), nine tackle for loss, five sacks and a pair of pass break-ups...after tallying 30 tackles (20 solo, 10 assists) with eight tackles for loss, two sacks, a pair of fumble recoveries, a forced fumble and a pass break-up in 2001, picked up first-team All C-USA and All-Louisiana recognition as a senior in 2002 when he posted 64 stops (40 solo, 24 assists), 21 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, three fumble recoveries - including one returned 95 yards for a touchdown - two forced fumbles and five pass break-ups...helped lead the Green Wave to a pair of winning records, including an 8-5 mark as a senior when the Green Wave won the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai'i Bowl.

First Team - Antonio Harris (2004-07): Four-year starter who opened all 46 games along the defensive line completed his career fifth in Tulane history in sacks (14 - currently tied for sixth) and tied for 10th in tackles for loss (27) while contributing 151 tackles (73 solo, 78 assists), four forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and a pair of pass break-ups...named College Football news Conference USA Freshman of the Year, a claimed a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman Team and third-team all-conference unit in 2004 after posting 35 tackles (11 solo, 24 assists) with seven tackles for loss, three sacks and a forced fumble...posted 34 stops (21 solo, 13 assists), six tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks as a sophomore...claimed honorable-mention All C-USA honors as a junior after tallying 33 tackles (15 solo, 18 assists), six tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble as a junior...tabbed second-team All C-USA recognition as a senior after posting 49 stops (26 solo, 23 assists), eight tackles for loss, six sacks, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and a pair of pass break-ups.

 

 

Second Team - Kenan Blackmon (1999-2002): Four-year starter set Tulane career records in sacks (22.5) and tackles for loss (50.0) while compiling 190 tackles (116 solo, 74 assists), eight pass break-ups, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery...holds two of the Top 10 single-season sack performances: sitting seventh with eight in 2001 and tied for ninth with seven in 2002...as a freshman, had 40 tackles (19 solo, 21 assists) with eight tackles for loss, five sacks and a pass break-up...added 39 stops (25 solo, 14 assists) with nine tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and a pass break-up as a sophomore...logged 53 tackles (35 solo, 18 assists) with 14 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles and three pass break-ups as a junior...as a senior, posted a career highs with 58 tackles (37 solo, 21 assists) to go with 19 tackles for loss to go with three pass break-ups and a forced fumble...helped lead the Green Wave to a pair of winning records, including an 8-5 mark as a senior when the Green Wave won the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai'i Bowl.

Second Team - Dezman Moses (2010-11): Two-year starter finish his career ranked fourth in Tulane history in sacks (15.5) while contributing 103 tackles (55 solo, 48 assists), 23.5 tackles for loss, six forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, seven pass break-ups and an interception...spent his first two collegiate seasons at Iowa...named second-team All-Conference USA and All-Louisiana as a junior in 2010 after posting 51 stops (22 solo, 29 assists), 11.5 tackles for loss, six sacks, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, a pair of pass break-ups and an interception...claimed second-team All-Louisiana and honorable-mention All C-USA recognition as a senior after tallying 52 tackles (33 solo, 19 assists), 12 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and five pass break-ups...his 9.5 sacks as a senior ranks tied for third in Tulane single-season history...is currently in his second year in the NFL, playing for the Green Bay Packers (2012) and Kansas City Chiefs (2013).

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

First Team - Dennis O'Sullivan (1995-98): Four-year starter completed his career tied for second in Tulane history in tackles for loss (29.0 - currently tied for fifth) and tied for third in in sacks (13.0 - currently tied for eighth) while contributing 195 tackles (124 solo, 71 assists)...after posting a sack and seven tackles for loss among 38 tackles (24 solo, 14 assists) as a freshman in 1995, claimed honorable-mention All-Louisiana and Houston Chronicle second-team All-Conference USA recognition as a sophomore when he tallied 49 tackles (34 solo, 15 assists) with 11 tackles for loss and three sacks in 1996...tabbed second-team All-Louisiana as a junior after logging 55 stops (29 solo, 26 assists), five tackles for loss and four sacks while earning a spot on the 1997 American Football Coaches Associations Good Works Team for community service as a junior...as a senior, named first-team All C-USA after recording 53 tackles (37 solo, 16 assists), five tackles for loss, four sacks, four pass break-ups and a fumble recovery in 1998...helped lead the Green Wave to winning seasons in each of his final two campaigns, including a 12-0 mark as a senior when Tulane earned the C-USA title and won the 1998 Liberty Bowl...played in the NFL for the New York Jets (2002)

First Team - Wilfred Simon (1977-80): Four-year starter completed his career as Tulane's all-time leader in tackles (413 - currently fifth), solo stops (244 - currently fourth), assisted tackles (169 - currently fourth) and sacks (10 - currently outside the Top 10)...as a freshman, named honorable-mention Associated Press All-South Independent and All-Louisiana after posting 108 tackles (63 solo, 45 assists) with a sack in 1977...claimed second-team AP All-South Independent recognition as a sophomore following a 97-tackle (62 solo, 35 assists) three-sack effort in 1978...as a junior, tabbed third-team All-American by The Sporting News and Football News, second-team AP All-South Independent and third-team All-Metro after tallying 102 tackles (57 solo, 45 assists) and five sacks...claimed honorable-mention Associated Press All-America, second-team AP All-South Independent, third-team All-Metro and honorable-mention All-Louisiana as a senior after recording 106 tackles (62 solo, 44 assists) and a sack...helped lead Green Wave to winning seasons his final two collegiate campaigns with trips to the 1979 Liberty Bowl and the 1980 Hall of Fame Bowl...played professionally in the Canadian Football League for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1982).

Second Team - Brian Douglas (1978-81): Four-year letterman and two-year starter completed his career as Tulane's all-time leader in sacks (14 - currently fifth) while contributing 165 tackles (107 solo, 58 assists) and 21 tackles for loss...after posting four tackles (3 solo, 1 assist) as a freshman and 13 stops (8 solo, 5 assists) as a sophomore, exploded onto the scene as a junior when he tallied 49 tackles (30 solo, 19 assists) with nine tackles for loss and a pair of sacks in 1980...as a senior, claimed second-team Associated Press All-South Independent, All-Metro and All-Louisiana honors after logging 99 tackles (66 solo, 33 assists) with 12 tackles for loss and 11 sacks in 1981...helped lead Green Wave to winning seasons as a sophomore and junior with trips to the 1979 Liberty Bowl and the 1980 Hall of Fame Bowl...played professionally in the United States Football League for the Jacksonville Bulls (1984).

Second Team Clint Wenzel (1980-83): Four-year letterman and three-year starter completed his career with 229 tackles (135 solo, 94 assists), eight tackles for loss, five sacks and an interception...played linebacker his first two collegiate seasons and posted 63 stops (35 solo, 28 assists) and an interception as a sophomore in 1981...claimed honorable-mention All-Metro honors as a junior after tallying 56 tackles (34 solo, 22 assists), two tackles for loss and a sack...voted team captain as a senior and went on to be tabbed first-team All-Louisiana and claim second-team Associated Press All-South Independent and All-Metro recognition after logging 110 stops (66 solo, 44 assists) with six tackles for loss and four sacks...named Tulane Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts against Southern Miss (10/16/82 and 10/22/83), Ole Miss (9/10/83), Southwest Louisiana (10/15/83), Baylor (10/29/83) and LSU (11/25/83)...helped lead the team to a pair of winning records, including a 7-5 mark and a trip to the Hall of Fame Bowl in 1980...was a territorial selection of the New Orleans Breakers in the 1984 United States Football League Draft...played professionally for the Breakers both in New Orleans (1984) and in Portland (1985).

LINEBACKER

First Team - Anthony Cannon (2002-05): Four-year starter completed his career second in Tulane history in assisted tackles (202), fourth in total stops (437), fifth in solo tackles (235) and tied for fifth in tackles for loss (29) while contributing 9.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, 13 pass break-ups and an interception...one of just two players in Green Wave history to log 100-plus tackles all four seasons...named All-Louisiana each year, claiming second-team honors as a freshman and first-team recognition in each of his final three campaigns...named second-team Freshman All-American by The Sporting News, honorable-mention Freshman All-American by Rivals.com, Conference USA Defensive Freshman of the Year by The Sporting News and to the C-USA All-Freshman Team in 2002 after tallying 114 tackles (67 solo, 47 assists) with seven tackles for loss, three sacks, three forced fumbles and four pass break-ups...logged 102 stops (60 solo, 42 assists) with two tackles for loss, three pass break-ups and a fumble recovery as a sophomore...claimed third-team All C-USA recognition as a junior after posting 107 tackles (48 solo, 59 assists) with 7.5 tackles for loss, four sacks, a pass break-up and an interception in 2004...as a senior, recorded 114 tackles (60 solo, 54 assists), 12.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and five pass break-ups en route to earning first-team All C-USA honors...helped lead the team to the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai'i Bowl...a standout in the classroom as well as on the field, claimed a spot on the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team in 2004 and 2005...invited to participate in the 2005 Las Vegas All-American Classic...selected by the Detroit Lions in the seventh round of the 2006 NFL Draft...played professionally for the Lions (2006-08) and in the Canadian Football League for the Toronto Argonauts (2011).

First Team - Burnell Dent (1982-85): Four-year letterman and three-year starter completed his career ranked as Tulane's all-time leader in total tackles (492) while ranking second in both solo stops (295) and assisted tackles (197 - currently third) while adding six tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, two interceptions and a fumble recovery...after posting 61 tackles (30 solo, 31 assists) as a freshman in 1983, set a Tulane single-season record with 172 tackles (116 solo, 56 assists) while adding three tackles for loss, three forced fumbles and an interception as a sophomore en route to claiming honorable-mention All-Metro recognition...tabbed second-team All-Louisiana and All-Metro honors as well as honorable-mention Associated Press All-South Independent distinction as a junior after logging 139 tackles (77 solo, 62 assists), two tackles for loss and an interception in 1984...named honorable-mention Associated Press All-American and first-team AP All-South Independent while tabbed Team MVP and receiving the Captain's Award as a senior following a 120-tackle (72 solo, 48 assists) one-tackle for loss, one-fumble recovery performance in 1985...named Tulane Defensive Player of the Week for his performances against Kentucky (9/24/83), Memphis State (10/8/83, 11/17/84 and 10/12/85), Virginia Tech (11/5/83 and 11/3/84), Florida State (8/31/85), and Special Teams Player of the Week against Mississippi State (9/4/82)...invited to participate in the 1985 Blue-Gray All-Star Classic...selected by the Green Bay Packers in the sixth round of the 1986 NFL Draft...played professionally for the Packers (1986-92).

First Team - Frank Robinson (1977-80): Four-year letterman and three-year starter completed his career as Tulane's all-time leader in both total tackles (442 - currently third) and solo stops (311) while finishing fifth in assisted tackles (131 - currently outside the Top 10) to go with 10 tackles for loss and three sacks...after posting 12 tackles (5 solo, 7 assists) as a freshman, led the team in stops in each of the next three seasons...had 126 tackles (86 solo, 40 assists) and a sack as a sophomore...named second-team Associated Press All-South Independent and third-team All-Metro as a junior after logging 137 tackles (99 solo, 38 assists) with six tackles for loss and a sack in 1979...claimed second-team All-Metro and honorable-mention All-Louisiana recognition as a senior following a 167-tackle (121 solo, 46 assists), three-tackle for loss, one-sack performance in 1980...helped lead Tulane to winning seasons as a junior and senior with trips to the 1979 Liberty Bowl and 1980 Hall of Fame Bowl...named Tulane Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts against Boston College (10/14/78), TCU (9/22/79), Ole Miss (11/10/79 and 9/27/80) and Southern Miss (9/6/80)...played professionally in the Canadian Football League for the Saskatchewan Roughriders (1981-83), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1984-85), Toronto Argonauts (1985) and Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1986-90), and was named a CFL All-Star in 1987 and 1989.

Second Team - Richard Harvey (1985-88): Four-year letterman and three-year starter completed his career tied for fifth in Tulane history in solo tackles (221 - currently tied for seventh) while posting 313 total tackles (92 assists), 16 tackles for loss, three sacks, four pass break-ups, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery...after posting 11 tackles (7 solo, 4 assists) as a freshman in 1985, led the team in stops in each of the next three seasons...recorded 102 tackles (68 solo, 34 assists) with three tackles for loss as a sophomore...added 109 stops (82 solo, 27 assists) with two tackles for loss, one forced fumble and a pass break-up as a junior...concluded his career with 91 tackles (64 solo, 27 assists), seven tackles for loss, two sacks, three pass break-ups, one fumble and a fumble recovery as a senior in 1988 when he was voted team captain...named Tulane Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts against Ole Miss (9/27/86), Iowa State (9/12/87), Vanderbilt (10/3/87), Memphis State (10/17/87), Southwest Louisiana (11/14/87) and LSU (11/26/88)...helped Tulane earn a spot in the 1987 Independence Bowl...invited to participate in the 1988 Blue-Gray All-Star Classic...selected by the Buffalo Bills in the 11th round of the 1989 NFL Draft...played professionally for the New England Patriots (1990-91), Bills (1992-93), Denver Broncos (1994), New Orleans Saints (1995-97), Oakland Raiders (1998-99) and San Diego Chargers (2000).

Second Team - Jerry Phillips (1997-2000): Four-year letterman and three-year starter completed his career ninth in Tulane history in both total tackles (344 - currently 10th) and assisted stops (140 - currently 10th), and 10th in solo tackles (204 - currently outside the Top 10) to go with 18.5 tackles for loss, 6.5 sacks, four forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, eight pass break-ups, two interceptions and a blocked kick...after logging 39 tackles (23 solo, 16 assists), a half a sack and an interception as a freshman in 1997, led the team with 104 stops (63 solo, 41 assists) with six tackles for loss, three sacks, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, two pass break-ups and an interception as a sophomore...finished with 97 tackles (53 solo, 44 assists), four tackles for loss, a sack, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble and a pair of pass break-ups as a junior in 1999...named second-team All-Conference USA and was voted team captain as a senior when he paced the team with 104 tackles (65 solo, 39 assists) to go with eight tackles for loss, two sacks, four pass break-ups, a forced fumble and a blocked kick...helped lead the team to a pair of winning seasons, including a 12-0 mark as a sophomore when the Green Wave claimed the C-USA title and won the 1998 Liberty Bowl.

Second Team - Brian Williams (1994-97): Four-year starter completed his career third in Tulane history in tackles for loss (28 - current tied for eighth), fifth in assisted tackles (158 - currently sixth), seventh in total tackles (367 - currently eighth) and tied for eighth in solo stops (209 - currently tied for 10th) while contributing four sacks, five pass break-ups, three forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and a pair of interceptions...had 69 tackles (39 solo, 30 assists) with five tackles for loss, two sacks and three forced fumbles as a freshman in 1994...added 86 tackles (54 solo, 32 assists), 10 tackles for loss, one sack and an interception as a sophomore...named honorable-mention All-Louisiana as a junior in 1006 after posting 100 tackles (61 solo, 39 assists), five tackles for loss, one sack and an interception...tabbed second-team All-Louisiana by the LSWA and second-team All-Conference by the Houston Chronicle while being voted team captain as a senior when he led the team with 112 tackles (55 solo, 57 assists) while chipping in with eight tackles for loss and five pass break-ups...helped lead the team to a winning season in 1997.

CORNERBACK

First Team - Michael Jordan (1995-98): Four-year letterman and three-year starter completed his career as Tulane's all-time leader in pass break-ups (43 - currently second) to go with 210 tackles (175 solo, 35 assists), seven tackles for loss, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, eight interceptions and a blocked kick...after posting 39 tackles (33 solo, 6 assists) with two tackles for loss, one forced fumble and nine pass break-ups as a freshman, set a Tulane single-season record with 15 pass break-ups (currently tied for second) while contributing 63 stops (49 solo, 14 assists), two tackles for loss, one forced fumble and an interception...named second-team All-Conference USA and All-Louisiana as a junior after tallying 60 tackles (49 solo, 11 assists), one tackle for loss, 12 pass break-ups and five interceptions...claimed first-team All C-USA recognition as a senior after recording 48 tackles (44 solo, 4 assists), two tackles for loss, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, seven pass break-ups, two interceptions and a blocked kick...helped lead the team to a pair of winning records, including a 12-0 mark as a senior when the Wave earned the C-USA title and won the 1998 Liberty Bowl.

First Team - Lionel Washington (1979-82): Four-year letterman and three-year starter completed his career with 192 tackles (130 solo, 62 assists), six tackles for loss and eight interceptions...tallied eight tackles (6 solo, 2 assists) with an interception as a freshman in 1979...best numbers came as a sophomore when he had 78 tackles (47 solo, 31 assists) to go with two tackles for loss and five interceptions...added another interception in the 1980 Hall of Fame Bowl...claimed honorable-mention All-Metro honors as a junior after recording 43 stops (29 solo, 14 assists), two tackles for loss and an interception he returned 68 yards for a touchdown...recorded 63 tackles (48 solo, 15 assists) with two tackles for loss and an interception as a senior...named Tulane Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts against Air Force (10/18/80) and Rice (9/18/82)...helped lead the team to three winning seasons with trips to the 1979 Liberty Bowl and 1980 Hall of Fame Bowl...selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the fourth round of the 1983 NFL Draft and by the Tampa Bay Bandits in the 20th round of the 1983 United States Football League Draft...played professionally for the Cardinals (1983-86), Los Angeles Raiders (1987-94), Denver Broncos (1995-96) and Oakland Raiders (1997)...spent 10 seasons with the Green Bay Packers as a secondary coach (1999-2008) and was the defensive backs coach with the United Football League's Virginia Destroyers (2011)...is currently in his second season as Tulane's cornerbacks coach and co-defensive coordinator.

Second Team - Lynaris Elpheage (2000-02): Three-year starter completed his career as Tulane's all-time leader in pass break-ups (49) and second in interceptions (14) while contributing 171 tackles (129 solo, 42 assists), two tackles for loss, three forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries on defense and ranking third in both punt return yards (597) and punt return average (12.44), fourth in kick return average (23.78), and ninth in both punt returns (48 - currently 10th) and kick return yards (858 - currently 10th) with a combined three touchdowns on special teams...as a freshman, named second-team All-Conference by The Sporting News, second-team All-Louisiana by the LSWA and claimed a spot on the C-USA All-Freshman Team after setting a then-Tulane single-season record with 14 pass break-ups to go with 44 tackles (35 solo, 9 assists), two fumble recoveries - one which was returned for a touchdown - and three interceptions...had 59 tackles (43 solo, 16 assists), one tackle for loss, a forced fumble, 14 pass break-ups and three interceptions on defense while returning 19 punts for 133 yards and a score and 17 kickoffs for 374 yards on special teams as a sophomore...claimed second-team All-America honors from Sports Illustrated and College Football News while being tabbed first-team All C-USA as a cornerback, second-team all-conference as a punt returner and first-team All-Louisiana recognition as a junior after surpassing his own pass break-up record with 21 to go with eight interceptions - which is tied for the third-most in Tulane single-season history - 68 tackles (51 solo, 17 assists), one tackle for loss, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery on defense while returning 28 punts for 463 yards and a touchdown and 18 kickoffs for 453 yards and a score on special teams...also ran one for a 16-yard touchdown and caught two passes for six yards as a part-time offensive performer that season...named MVP of the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai'i Bowl after returning four punts for 143 yards and a touchdown, bringing back two kickoffs for 57 yards, posting six tackles (5 solo, 1 assist) with one for loss, and deflecting a pass...played professionally in the Arena Football League for the Tampa Bay Storm (2005-06) and the Nashville Kats (2007).

Second Team - Mitchell Price (1987-89): Three-year starter completed his career as Tulane's all-time leader in pass break-ups (22 - currently tied for 10th) and second in interceptions (13 - currently third) while contributing 177 tackles (129 solo, 48 assists) and a tackle for loss on defense to go with 40 punt returns for 270 yards and a touchdown along with 19 kickoff returns for 411 yards and a score on special teams...led the team in interceptions all three years...after transferring from SMU for the 1987 season, named honorable-mention Associated Press All-American, first-team All-Louisiana, second-team AP All-South Independent and Louisiana Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore when he posted 54 tackles (38 solo, 16 assists), a tackle for loss, seven pass break-ups and three interceptions - one of which he returned for a touchdown...also added a 44-yard punt return for a touchdown in the 1987 Independence Bowl...recorded 67 tackles (52 solo, 15 assists), nine pass break-ups and five interceptions on defense while returning 22 punts for 203 yards - including a 59-yard touchdown - on special teams as a junior...as a senior, tallied 56 stops (39 solo, 17 assists), five interceptions and six pass break-ups on defense to go with 16 punt returns for 58 yards and 11 kickoff returns for 265 yards and a touchdown...named team co-captain as a junior and captain as a senior...selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the ninth round of the 1990 NFL Draft...played professionally for the Bengals (1990-93), Phoenix Cardinals (1992) and Los Angeles Rams (1993).

SAFETY

First Team - Martin Mitchell (1973-76): Four-year letterman and two-year starter is the lone All-Dome Team member whose time spanned back to old Tulane Stadium...finished career with 137 tackles (81 solo, 56 assists), a tackle for loss and five interceptions on defense while setting school records in kick returns (91 - currently fourth), kick return yards (1,916 - currently fourth) and finishing third in both punt returns (58 - currently sixth) and punt return yards (527 - currently seventh) on special teams...as a freshman in 1973, posted 12 tackles (9 solo, 3 assists) and an interception on defense while returning 14 kickoffs for 339 yards and one punt for 28 yards on special teams...added 15 tackles (11 solo, 4 assists), 27 kickoff returns for 594 yards and 17 punt returns for 231 yards and pair of touchdowns as a sophomore...named honorable-mention Associated Press All-South Independent and All-Louisiana as a junior after tallying 73 tackles (39 solo, 34 assists) and three interceptions on defense while contributing 23 kickoff returns for 443 yards and 28 punt returns for 156 yards in 1975...as a senior, claimed honorable-mention Associated Press All-America recognition and first-team AP All-South Independent and All-Louisiana distinction after logging 37 tackles (22 solo, 15 assists) and an interception on defense to go with 27 kickoff returns for 540 yards and 12 punt returns for 112 yards in 1976...tabbed Tulane Back of the Week for his efforts against Air Force (10/12/74) and LSU (11/23/75)...helped lead the Green Wave to a 9-3 record and a trip to the 1973 Astro-Blue Bonnet Bowl as a freshman...invited to participate in the 1977 East-West Shrine Game and Hula Bowl...selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the sixth round of the 1977 NFL Draft...played professionally for the Eagles (1977) and in the Canadian Football League with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1977-79).

First Team - Mike Staid (1991-94): Four-year starter suited up for all 45 career games, finishing as Tulane's all-time leader in assisted tackles (207), second in total tackles (481) and third in solo stops (274) while contributing seven tackles for loss, six fumble recoveries, four forced fumbles, 19 pass break-ups and eight interceptions...only player in school history to lead the team in tackles all four years and one of two to post 100-plus tackles each season...graduated as the NCAA's career leader in tackles by a defensive back (since broken)...named All-Louisiana four times, claiming first-team honors as a freshman and sophomore while earning second-team recognition in his final two seasons...posted 108 tackles (67 solo, 41 assists) with two tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, four pass break-ups and three interceptions as a freshman...named first-team Associate Press All-South Independent and team co-Defensive MVP as a sophomore after tallying 133 tackles (65 solo, 68 assists), one tackle for loss, two forced fumbles, a pair of fumble recoveries, four pass break-ups and three interceptions...tabbed first-team AP All-South Independent as a junior after logging 133 stops (76 solo, 57 assists) with three tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, four pass break-ups and two picks...as a senior, claimed AP All-National Independent recognition as well as Liberty Bowl Alliance All-Star and team Defensive MVP distinction following a 107-tackle (66 solo, 41 assists), one-tackle for loss, one-fumble recovery, seven-pass break-up effort in 1994.

Second Team - Tra Boger (2001-03, 2005): Four-year letterman and three-year starter completed his career tied for ninth in interceptions (9 - currently tied for 10th) while contributing 329 tackles (193 solo, 136 assists), 10 tackles for loss, two sacks, seven forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and 12 pass break-ups...claimed a spot on the Conference USA All-Freshman Team in 2001 after posting 60 tackles (42 solo, 18 assists), three tackles for loss, one sack, three forced fumbles, four pass break-ups and an interception...tallied 57 stops (33 solo, 24 assists) with a pair of interceptions as a sophomore...named second-team All C-USA and All-Louisiana as a junior after leading the team with 133 tackles (74 solo, 59 assists) to go with two tackles for loss, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, six pass break-ups and three interceptions...limited to two games due to a knee injury in 2004 when he had 18 tackles (7 solo, 11 assists) and a pass break-up...recorded 61 tackles (37 solo, 24 assists), four tackles for loss, one sack, a fumble recovery, three interceptions - including one returned for a touchdown - and a pass break-up as a senior in 2005...helped lead the team to a win in the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai'i Bowl...invited to participate in the 2005 Las Vegas All-American Classic where he claimed MVP honors...played professionally in the Canadian Football League for the Toronto Argonauts (2008).

Second Team - Treg Songy (1981-84): Four-year letterman and two-year starter completed his career with 191 tackles (143 solo, 48 assists) with five tackles for loss, seven sacks and five interceptions...named team's Outstanding Freshman in 1981 after posting 23 tackles (20 solo, 3 assists) and a pair of interceptions...added 28 stops (17 solo, 11 assists) as a sophomore...recorded a career-best 79 tackles (58 solo, 21 assists) with two tackles for loss, four sacks and a pair of interceptions as a junior in 1983...that season, set a Tulane record with a 99-yard interception return for a touchdown against Florida State (9/17/83)...tallied 61 tackles (48 solo, 13 assists) with three tackles for loss, three sacks and an interception as a senior...selected by the New Orleans Saints in the 12th round of the 1985 NFL Draft and was a territorial selection of the Portland Breakers in the 1985 United States Football League Draft...played professionally for the New York Jets (1987).

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