program as a true freshman and awarded
either first or second team All-Conference honors the past four seasons.
Second team All Conference choice in 2002 connecting on 60.6% of his
field-goals as a senior with a long of 51 yards.
Had 4 field-goal attempts blocked. Averaged
42.9 yards on 72 punts, placing 18 inside the 20-yard line.
Winner of the 2001 Lou Groza Award and Conference USA Special Teams
Player of the Year as well as being an All America choice as a junior.
Made 15 of 16 field goal attempts with a long of 53 yards.
Leaves college as Tulane's and C-USA's all-time scorer.
Big legged duel threat kicker coming off an
inconsistent senior campaign. Gets
length on his kick-offs as well as hang time on punts.
Accurate and consistent displaying the ability to make the big field goal
during the game's critical moments. Displayed
top punting skills last season, his first handling the duties.
Offers excellent directional punting abilities.
Slow getting the ball off his foot, kicks do
not explode into the air and marred with inconsistency in 2002.
Also had the benefit of kicking inside a dome at Tulane.
After a terrible outing in 2002 seemed to be
back on track at the Combine when he did not miss a field goal. His abilities to handle a dual role coupled with directional
punting skills could get him drafted late.