|95 Darren Curtis
Notes: Ranks as Western's sixth-best returning tackler from a season ago and is the top-ranked along the defensive line.
2006 (Jr.): Saw action in all 11 games, starting six-consecutive along the defensive front after missing most of preseason with mononucleosis ... Ranked 10th on the team in tackles a year ago with 31 total tackles including 17 solo stops ... Was tied for 18th among all Southern Conference defensive linemen in total tackles ... Led Western with eight tackles for loss last year, adding half a sack ... Established and tied his career high with back-to-back seven tackle performances in overtime losses against Chattanooga and at The Citadel ... Blocked an extra point against Georgia Southern.
2005 (So.): Played in eight games, starting three of the first four contests ... Suffered a severe ankle sprain versus The Citadel ... Missed the Georgia Southern game and saw limited action at Chattanooga ... Had 14 stops on the season, including five tackles for losses, with a fumble recovery ... Started the season by getting three TFLs versus Mars Hill, including a half sack with a fumble recovery ... Added a TFL versus Furman ... Had four stops in the win over Wofford and a half sack at Appalachian State.
2004 (Fr.): Played in eight games during his true freshman season ... Collected seven tackles, getting one stop in seven of his eight games played ... His lone tackle at Elon went for a loss.
Prior to Western: Three time TAAC All-Conference ... Led team to playoffs three years, including the semifinals and an 11-3 record as a senior ... As a senior, he tallied 88 total hits, 61 solo tackles, 27 assists, 10 sacks, 19.5 TFLs and three fumble recoveries ... In his junior season, he registered 68 total hits, 32 solo tackles, 36 assists, five sacks, 10 TFLs and three fumble recoveries ... Outstanding lacrosse player earning All-State and All-Conference honors during his junior year.