Saw action in just six games in an injury-marred senior season ... saw action in the regular season finale against Texas and should be ready for the bowl game ... invited to the 2012 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. ... contributed 21 tackles, including 18 solos ... had a sack and forced fumble ... broke up five passes ... had a season-high five tackles against Idaho and Texas Tech ... contributed eight kickoff returns for 201 yards with a long of 38 yards ... missed the Oklahoma State game and then returned to the lineup for three games before missing the next five prior to the Texas game.
Had shoulder surgery after the season. Second-team All-Big 12 pick at cornerback, honorable mention as a returner, and conference Newcomer of the Year for 2010 ... started 10 of 13 games played ... finished with 57 tackles, two for loss ... intercepted four passes and broke up four others ... fifth nationally in kick returns, covering 605 yards and scoring twice on his 20 attempts.
Redshirted after suffering an injury in fall camp.
Earned first-team All-District (22-2A) honors as a wide receiver ... coached by Jerry Malone at Marlin High School.
Coryell Judie was born October 14, 1987.
- Defensive back Coryell Judie finished with just 22 tackles last season after missing almost half of Texas A&M's games with a hamstring injury. That didn't stop him from hoping to impress some NFL scouts. Judie, who was expected to be one of A&M's top defensive players in 2011, worked out for scouts on Wednesday at the school's pro day, hoping his speed and athleticism would help them look past his injury-plagued college career. He says the adversity he faced at Texas A&M made him stronger and he's encouraged that several teams have shown interest. Still some are weary of his injury history which includes a broken wrist and three shoulder surgeries. "Most teams are iffy and wonder if I'm injury-prone, but I just tell them that I've been doing good rehab and getting my shoulder and hamstring well so I feel fine," he said. He was happy with his 40-yard dash times at last month's combine, where he ran a low time of 4.38, so he didn't run again on Wednesday. But he participated in many of the other drills and his 10-foot, 3-inch broad jump was the second best of the day. Some have projected Judie, who also returns kicks and punts, to be a third or fourth-round draft pick. He's the healthiest now that he's been in quite some time and is looking forward to the draft. "When the challenges came my way, I overcame them and I feel good about the position I'm in now," he said. - Kristie Rieken, AP Sports/Daily Journal
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