Deone Bucannon: Durability, agility, stats

A look at the injury and agility reports on S Deone Bucannon, along with his high school history and more.

INJURY REPORT
2011 Season…Was limited by an ankle sprain during the Utah contest (11/19).
2013 Season…Missed part of a late March spring practice after suffering a lower body contusion.

AGILITY TESTS
4.49 in the 40-yard dash…1.54 10-yard dash…2.60 20-yard dash…4.26 20-yard shuttle…
11.53 60-yard shuttle…6.96 three-cone drill…36 ½-inch vertical jump…10'-5" broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 19 times…32 3/8-inch arm length…9 ¾-inch hands…77 ¾-inch wingspan.

HIGH SCHOOL
Deone Bucannon attended Vanden (Fairfield, Cal.) High School, where he lettered twice as a junior and senior for Vikings head football coach LeVon Haynes…Scout.com also regarded him as a three-star prospect, ranking him 102nd among the prep safeties in the country and the 78th-best overall prospect in the state of California…2009 Senior Season-Bucannon was a force to be reckoned with, on both sides of the ball, starting at strong safety and wide receiver…Named first-team All-State (medium schools) by CalHiSports.com and was also a first-team All-Northern California selection by GoldenStatePreps.com…For the second consecutive year, he earned Southern California Alateen Conference (SCAC) Defensive Player of the Year accolades, in addition to being placed on the All-Solano County League and All-City first teams…Helped the Vikings reach the second round of the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoffs, as they finished the 2009 schedule with a 10-2 record…On defense, he made 107 tackles (44 solos) that included four sacks, two fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles. He intercepted two passes, deflected eight other tosses and in brief action as a kickoff returner, he averaged 17.0 yards per runback. On offense, he pulled in 20 passes for 264 yards (13.2 ypc)…Some of his game highlights included Bucannon scoring on a 42-yard grab vs. Armijo High, in his debut as a wide receiver, adding 52 yards on two grabs and eleven tackles (7 solos) while also causing a fumble. He had a 23-yard reception, a pass break-up and another eleven tackles the next week vs. Vintage, followed by a ten-tackle performance, a pair of interceptions and 30 yards on two catches vs. McClatchy. He snared six throws for 70 yards, breaking up a pass as he assisted on a sack and was in on seven tackles vs. Dixon. Bucannon posted another sack, as he deflected two passes, tallied fourteen tackles and caught two balls for 28 yards vs. Wood. He recorded a season-high eighteen stops that included a sack, as he also recovered a fumble while making one catch for 20 yards vs. Bethel. In the Benica clash, he had seven stops and a pass break-up, also coming up with nine tackles and a fumble recovery that he advanced 17 yards for a touchdown vs. Vallejo. He followed with fourteen tackles (8 solos), 1.5 sacks, two pass deflections and recorded a safety in a 48-14 route of Hogan in the opening round of the playoffs, closing out his career with six hits, a pass deflection, two catches and a 14-yard punt return in a touch 28-21 loss to Rodriguez High in the second round…2008 Junior Season…Bucannon added over twenty pounds of bulk to his frame, taking over strong safety duties for the Vikings, and he was an instant success, earning All-CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division III and City Defensive Player of the Year honors, in addition to garnering All-Region, All-City and All-Solano County League accolades. He guided the team to a 9-2 record that included a 5-0 league mark in 2008, as the safety registered 140 tackles (54 solos) that included a trio of sacks, a pair of fumble recoveries, three interceptions and five pass deflections. He reached double-digit tackles in nine of those twelve contests…Some of his junior campaign game highlights included a fourteen-tackle performance in a 47-3 season opener victory over Armijo, beginning a string of five consecutive games with at least ten tackles. He followed with twelve stops, a pass break-up and his first prep career interception vs. Vintage and was in on fourteen hits that included an assisted sack and a pass deflection vs. McClatchy. He delivered ten tackles, an assisted sack and a pass break-up, as he also recovered two fumbles near the goal line to preserve a 14-7 decision over Dixon. Bucannon added fourteen tackles vs. Wood and eleven more with a pass break-up vs. Vallejo. He posted fourteen tackles and picked off a pass vs. Hogan, followed by a sack, thirteen hits (7 solos) and a 24-yard interception return vs. Bethel. The junior made a career-high 22 tackles in a 21-15 win over Rodriguez, closing out the season with a sack and nine tackles (5 solos) vs. Del Campo in the playoffs…2007 Sophomore Season-Was utilized as a 165-pound linebacker, appearing in one game, recording three tackles vs. Inderkum High…Other Sports-Bucannon lettered four times for the Vanden High golf team.

PERSONAL
General Studies major…One of three sons (brothers David and Davondre) of Sonji and Duane Bucannon…Born Deone Ariel Bucannon on 8/30/92 in Oakland, California....Resides in Fairfield, California.

DEFENSIVE STATISTICS

STATS

GP

GS

TK

FR

FC

INT

TFL

PBU

2010

12

08

084

 01

 02

 02

04.0-06

  05

2011

12

11

080

 00

 01

 03

02.0-02

  04

2012

12

11

106

 00

 01

 04

03.0-12

  04

2013

13

13

114

 02

 03

 06

04.5-07

  01

TOTAL

49

43

384

 03

 07

 15

13.5-27

  14

 

INTERCEPTION RETURNS

ADVANCED FUMBLE RECOVERIES

STATS

NO

YARDS

AVG

TD

LONG

NO

YARDS

AVG

TD

2010

 02

     000

00.00

 00

   00

 01

     005

05.00

 00

2011

 03

     030

10.00

 00

   29

 00

     000

00.00

 00

2012

 04

     030

07.50

 00

   22

 00

     000

00.00

 00

2013

 06

     110

18.33

 00

   47

 00

     000

00.00

 00

TOTAL

 15

     170

11.33

 00

   47

 01

     005

05.00

 00

 

SPECIAL TEAM STATISTICS

STATS

TK

SO

AS

FR

BK

2010

 03

 03

 00

 00

 00

2011

 00

 00

 00

 00

 01

2012

 06

 04

 02

 01

 00

2013

 05

 04

 01

 00

 00

TOTAL

 14

 11

 03

 01

 01

 


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