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    Bryce McGill
    Bryce McGill

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Bakersfield, Calif.

    High School:
    Bakersfield

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 205

    Position:
    SS

    Fresno State: Made a switch from one of the WAC?s top safeties to linebacker last year and didn?t miss a beat, earning second-team all-conference honors ? one of the WAC?s hardest hitters ? dubbed the WAC?s hardest hitting player by Street and Smith?s ? a consensus preseason first-team All-WAC selection by all major college football magazines ? despite playing a new position, reads plays very well and always seems to find himself around the ball ? opened the 2002 season rated the 19th-best safety in the nation by The Sporting News ? was dubbed Fresno State?s best defensive player by collegefootballnews.com ? named an honorable mention preseason All-American by Street and Smith?s ? graduated in four years with a degree in mass communication and journalism in May 2003.

    (2002) Played in all 14 games, starting 13 ? switched from safety to linebacker before the Rice game to fill in at the injury-torn position ? against the Owls, he made nine tackles, including two for loss ? also had nine tackles against SMU ? finished the year third on the team in tackles with 80 ? third on the team with 13 tackles for loss ? also had six sacks, four pass breakups, one quarterback hurry and one fumble recovery ? blocked a punt against Louisiana Tech ... had a huge game in the Silicon Valley Football Classic against Georgia Tech, recording 11 tackles, two for losses, one sack, forced a fumble and had an interception.

    (2001) Played in all 14 games, starting 13 ? second on the team in tackles with 95 ? has racked up 165 tackles in two seasons ? third on the team in tackles for loss with 10 ? also had four sacks and a team-high four interceptions ? broke up six passes ? an absolutely vicious hitter, a trait he displayed in the season opener when he leveled Colorado quarterback Craig Ochs on a blitz, causing a fumble, which Fresno State recovered, leading to a touchdown and a 24-22 victory over the Buffaloes ? piled up 10 tackles, including one for loss, in the Silicon Valley Football Classic against Michigan State ? had back-to-back 11-tackle games against Colorado and Oregon State ? picked off two passes in a victory against Tulsa ? a blackshirt recipient six times ? had at least six tackles in 10 games ... honorable mention All-WAC.

    (2000) In just his first season, finished fourth on the team in tackles with 70 ? had nine tackles for loss, three sacks and one interception ? helped seal the 14-7 victory over SMU with an interception as the Mustangs were driving on their final possession of the game ? had a big game against SMU, racking up 11 tackles and a sack ? posted 10 tackles against Hawai?i and a season-high 12 against San Jose State ? his six sacks were second-best on the squad ? forced two fumbles and blocked a kick.

    (1999) Redshirted.

    High School: All-Southeast Yosemite League as a junior and senior ? Prep Star preseason all-region nominee ? Bakersfield Jockey Club athlete of the month ? as a junior, posted 20 solo tackles and 61 assisted tackles with two for a loss ? recorded 43 solo tackles, 83 assisted tackles, five interceptions, three blocked kicks, two caused fumbles and four fumble recoveries his senior season ? rushed for 700 yards on 102 carries (6.9 avg.) with 10 touchdowns ? had six receptions for 110 yards.

    Personal: Born Aug. 14, 1981 ? parents names are Pamela Lindsay and Floyd McGill ? has a brother, Ramon Grayson ? lists favorite athlete as former Detroit Lions running back Barry Sanders ? enjoys playing video games.

    Statistics
    Year    G-GS   Solo   Asst   Total   TFL-Yds   Sacks-Yds
    1999    Redshirted
    2000    12-1    42     28      70     9-64       6-36
    2001   14-13    65     30      95    10-40       4-25
    2002	  14-12   	46    	34	     80	   13-37	      6-19
    Totals	40-27	  153	    92    	245	   32-141	    16-80
    

    Year FC PBU FR Int-Yds 1999 Redshirted 2000 2 3 0 1-49 2001 1 6 0 4-47 2002 2 4 1 1-6 Totals 1 3 1 6-102

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