Semifinalist for the Thorpe Award ... All-Big 12 First Team by coaches, AP and San Antonio Express-News ... All-Big 12 Second Team by Phil Steele and Athlon Sports ... played in 11 of 12 games, missing the Iowa State (11/16) and Tulsa (9/14) contests due to injury ... recorded six tackles in the Sugar Bowl vs. Alabama (1/2) ... tallied two tackles at Oklahoma State (12/7) ... did not start but finished with five tackles at Kansas State (11/23) ... made three tackles at Baylor (11/7) ... intercepted a pass, recovered a fumble and made seven tackles against Texas Tech (10/26) ... team-high eight tackles with 1.5 TFL and a pass breakup at Kansas (10/19) ... season-high nine tackles with 2.0 TFL against Texas (10/12) ... had five tackles and first sack of the year against TCU (10/5) ... tallied two tackles and broke up a pass at Notre Dame (9/28) ... matched season high with four tackles, including 0.5 TFL, against West Virginia (9/7) ... recorded four tackles and broke up a pass against ULM (8/31) ... Academic All-Big 12 Second Team.
Named All-Big 12 First Team by AP and coaches ... started at cornerback in all 13 games ... tied for second in the Big 12 for interceptions ... ranked second on the team with four interceptions and had 61 total tackles ... posted a season-high 12 tackles and recorded a pick at West Virginia ... had a career-high 2.0 sacks against Oklahoma State.
First-year starter at strong safety ... moved to the safety position after player cornerback in 2010 ... leads the team with 84 tackles ... eight tackles vs. Tulsa and Missouri ... sat out OU's game vs. Ball State ... returned to starting lineup vs. Texas and finished with eight tackles ... wore No. 12 vs. Kansas ... eight stops at Kansas ... led the team with a career-high 13 tackles vs. Texas Tech ... tied his previous career high of eight by halftime against the Red Raiders ... started at cornerback vs. Kansas State ... career-high two tackles for loss vs. Texas A&M ... has at least seven tackles in eight games this season ... recovered fumbles vs. Tulsa and Iowa State.
Played in all 14 games on special teams and at cornerback ... started the Texas game at corner and finished with a career-high seven tackles including 1.5 for loss ... also had seven tackles at Cincinnati and five vs. Iowa State ... forced a fumble vs. Florida State.
A three-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals.com and Scout.com ... named all-region byPrepStar... recorded 72 tackles, two interceptions while breaking up 10 passes and scoring five touchdowns in 2009 ... recognized as first team All-State by both the Tulsa World and The Oklahoman in 2009 ... district 6A-4 defensive player of the year in 2009 ... First Team Tulsa World All-Metro in 2009. No. 5 player in Oklahoma (Scout.com)...No. 11 player in Oklahoma (Rivals.com)...No. 29 cornerback (Scout.com)...No. 31 cornerback (Rivals.com).
Son of Bryant and Lisa Colvin ... undecided on a major.
- Did the Jaguars reach or steal in the fourth round of the draft when they selected Aaron Colvin for defensive secondary help? It's a question that won't be answered for probably a year or two, depending what the former Oklahoma Sooner does in his first couple of years in the NFL. Colvin had been a highly regarded defensive back who had been projected as a possible second-round pick. That, however, was before suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee in a Senior Bowl practice last January. The 5-foot-11, 186-pound Colvin had performed well prior to the injury. The Jaguars' coaching staff, on hand to coach the South roster, had been impressed with Colvin prior to the Jan. 21 injury.
Jaguars coach Gus Bradley talked to Colvin at the NFL Scouting Combine a month later and told him the Jaguars still had a strong interest and if he was available at the right time, they would select him. That came about with the team's first of two selections in the fourth round. "This was always a plan to target him with our second fourth-round pick throughout the draft, barring the medical stuff would check out up to date, and to date it has been," Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell said. "He's on schedule with his rehab and our doctors feel good about it. ACLs nowadays are a situation that when they're fixed and they're fixed right, we should be good to go there." Caldwell did indicate that Colvin would likely start the season on physically unable to perform, meaning the Jaguars will be without him for at least the first six weeks of the season. - The Sports Xchange