2015 NFL DRAFT

Patrick Larimore, ILB

School: UCLA  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Santa Clarita, CA
Height/Weight: - / - lbs.
Projected Ranking
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Career Notes
UCLA - Patrick was voted a team captain for 2011 and led the squad in tackles ... Will compete for a starting spot at inside linebacker.
2011 Season
Starter in all 13 games he played in and was named the Defensive MVP of the team ... Led the squad with 81 tackles (17th in Pac-12) ... Earned Red Sanders team award for Defensive Most Valuable Player ... Earned the N.N. Sugarman Memorial team award for Best Leadership on defense ... Had nine tackles at Houston, one forced fumble ... Had three tackles against San Jose State ... Made a team-high nine tackles against Texas ... Had six stops, one for loss, at Oregon State ... Tallied six tackles against Washington State ... Recorded three tackles vs. Cal and two at Arizona ... Six tackles at Utah ... Made four stops vs. Colorado ... Tied for team lead with eight tackles at USC, including one sack ... Six tackles at Oregon, had a fumble recovery and an interception return for a score ... Sat out the bowl game after undergoing thumb surgery in December.
2010 Season
Appeared in seven games, all starts ... Fifth on the team in tackles ... His 6.0 tackle per game average was fourth on team ... Third on team in tackles for loss (5.0) ... Led team with three forced fumbles ... Made first career start (mlb) at Kansas State and totaled seven tackles, a sack, a second tackle for loss, and one forced fumble ... Five stops versus Stanford ... Led team with a career-best 12 tackles (10 solos) against Houston; added three tackles for loss, forced a fumble and broke up two passes ... Named Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week and Pac-10 Player of the Week for his efforts against the Cougars ... Made three tackles and recovered a fumble at Texas ... Credited with three stops against Washington State ... Made nine tackles and forced a fumble at Cal ... Totaled three tackles at Oregon before being sidelined by a dislocated left shoulder ... Did not play the balance of the season and had surgery to repair tears in his labrum on Nov. 24 ... Defensive winner of UCLA's Captain Don Brown Memorial Award for Most Improved Player.
2009 Season
Appeared in 11 games on special teams (kickoff, kickoff return, punt, punt return) ... Credited with two tackles ... Made one stop at Tennessee ... Recorded one tackle at Oregon State.
2008 Season
Did not see game action in his first season in the program.

HIGH SCHOOL

Played football at Hart High School in Newhall, CA for coach Mike Herrington ... PrepStar All-Region selection ... Named All-State second-team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Named to L.A. Times All-Star team and L.A. Daily News All-Area team ... Earned three stars from rivals.com ... Rated No. 18 nationally and No. 2 in California at middle linebacker by scout.com ... Named to CIF Southern Section Northern Division team ... Cal-Hi Sports All-State second team ... Named team's Defensive Player of the Year as both a senior and junior ... As a senior, he made 117 tackles, including three sacks, despite missing three games due to injury ... Recorded a school-record 138 tackles as a junior, including two sacks.

PERSONAL

Full Name: Patrick Bryan Larimore ... Born: February 27, 1990 in Burbank, CA ... Parents: Bryan and Patti Larimore ... Has one sister, Katie ... Lists NFL star Ray Lewis as the athlete he admires the most ... Hobbies include training, music and video games ... Relative Robert Dickmann played baseball at Pepperdine ... Interested in a career in business ... Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2008, Fall 2009, Fall 2011 ... Political Science major.

Injury Report
2011: Missed the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl following December thumb surgery.

2010: Limited to seven games due to a torn labrum.

 
 
Latest News
08/30/2012 - Senior LB Patrick Larimore, who was a team captain last season, had to retire from football during fall camp because of concussion problems. Larimore was one of the centerpieces of the UCLA defense, having made 81 tackles last season and earning defensive MVP honors. "It takes guts, especially at that age, to make the decision, 'I can't do it anymore and if I do my long-term health could be sacrificed,'" coach Jim Mora told the L.A. Times. - The Sports Xchange

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