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1 1. Seth Marler, K This document contains updated and final bios, with career statistics, on the following Tulane Football student-athletes. 2. Lynaris Elpheage, CB/RS 3. Kenan Blackmon, DE 4. Quentin Brown, DB 5. Floyd Dorsey, DE 6. Derrick Joseph, QB 7. Adrian Mitchell, DB 8. Jeff Sanchez, CB/RS 9. Roxie Shelvin, DT 10. Marlon Tickles, DT For more information on Tulane Football or on any of these players, please contact the Tulane Athletics Media Relations Office at , or find updated information on

2 #47 Seth Marler, PK, 6-0, 195, Senior Lilburn, Ga. (Parkview HS) 2002: Four-year starter who excelling in placekicking, kickoffs and punting in Named to the second-team All-Conference USA squad as a punter and was a second team All-Louisiana choice as a kicker and as a punter. Top kicker on Mel Kiper s latest 2003 NFL draft listing. Finished his career as the Tulane and Conference USA all-time scoring leader with 333 career points, a team-leading and career-high 89 in 2002, and has kicked more field goals (66) than any other player in school or league history. His 20 FGs made this year ranked 13 th in the nation and are his single season high and the second-most in school history. In his first season as a punter, ranked second in Conference USA and 15 th nationally in punting with a 42.9-yard average, which put him seventh on the school single season list. Had 18 punts downed (of 72) inside the 20-yard line. Set the Tulane single season record for punting yards with 3,090 while his 72 punts tied for second-most in a season. Was a monster on kickoffs in 2002 as 60 of his 74 kickoffs went to the end zone, and only 34 were returned, the lowest number in the league. Scored all of Tulane s first half points versus Hawai i, hitting field goals from 22 and 37 yards in the second quarter of the ConAgra Foods Hawai i Bowl. Executed an onsides kick on the opening kickoff which was recovered by Tulane. Averaged 47 yards on four punts, two landing inside the 20-yard line. Led Tulane in scoring with 89 points, tied for the sixth-most in a season at Tulane. His 20 field goals were the second-highest single season total ever at Tulane. Kicked three critical field goals versus Southern Miss (11/23), the third time this season he hit three in a game (Southern, Cincinnati). Also kicked a season-long 51- yard three versus USM for the sixth 50-plus yard field goal of his career. Named C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week after the Cincinnati (10/12) and Southern Miss games. Dropped four of his 10 punts inside the 20 versus TCU (11/9) and kicked six times for a career high 51-yard average in the Army game (11/16). Booted a career-long 68-yard punt versus UAB (10/19) and averaged 44 yards or more in four of Tulane s last five games. Worked with a new holder for the first time in his career. 2001: The winner of the 2001 Lou Groza Award as the nation s most outstanding kicker. Became Tulane s first first team All- American (FWAA) since Marc Zeno in 1987 and just the 17th all-time. His.937 FG percentage was second in the nation among those with 14 or more FG attempts. A perfect 7-for-7 on FGs of more than 40 yards and 3-for-3 on kicks longer than 50 yards. Made 18-of-19 kicks from inside the 40-yard line since the end of the 1999 season. His 15 field goals tied for third on the single season chart. Made 54 straight kicks (PATs and FGs) to start the year before a 28-yard miss at Navy (11/10). Ranked second on the team in scoring with 84 points (fifth in C-USA, 55th in the nation). Scored 12 points in the TCU game (10/13) with six PATs and a pair of field goals, including a 51-yarder, his second-longest of the year. Tied his career high with four field goals versus Southern (9/29), scoring 15 points in the game. Kicked field goals of 48, 43 and 46 yards versus UCF (9/22). Kicked a career long 53-yard field goal versus East Carolina (9/8) to set the C-USA record for longest field goal. It tied for the second-longest field goal in school history and the longest since Missed just two kicks all year, a 28-yard field goal against Navy (11/10) and an extra point at Southern Miss (11/17). The miss against Navy was his first miss from inside 30 yards in his Tulane career and broke a string of 17-straight. 2000: Named to the Top 20 list for the 2000 Lou Groza Award. Earned All-Louisiana second team honors. Made 16-of-21 field goals, including a perfect 10-for-10 from inside the 40. Led Tulane and ranked second in Conference USA in scoring with 85 points, the third most in school history. Was 37-of-39 in point-after attempts, the third most PATs in school history. Kicked field goals in nine straight games. Provided first nine points of the game (finishing with 12 points) at Louisville (10/28) with field goals of 42,36 and 26 yards. Also kicked three field goals in the SMU game (9/23). Booted a season-long 48-yard field goal vs. Memphis (11/18). 1999: Collected second team All-Conference USA honors and was selected to the league s All-Freshman Team. The only freshman to earn All-Conference accolades. Led Tulane in scoring with 75 points. Posted one of the most successful seasons by a Green Wave kicker by making 15 of 21 field goals. Connected on a long field goal of 51 yards vs. UAB (11/20), just the 13th 50-yard field goal Marler s Career Kicking Stats in school history. Successful on 30-of-31 PAT s. Year G Total Lg PAT Pts High School: A 1999 graduate of Parkview High School in Lilburn, Ga., where he was a three-year starter. Nailed 10-of-14 field goal attempts as a senior, including a long of 49 yards. Connected on 29-of-32 PAT tries. Placed all but three kickoffs into the end zone. TULANE FOOTBALL DRAFT BIOS Career Personal: Michael Seth Marler. Born March 27, 1981 in Atlanta, Ga. The son of Ron and Sharon Marler. A double major in marketing and management. PUNTING Year G/GS No. Yds. Avg. In20 TB/FC LP/Opp / , /7 68/UAB

3 #13 Lynaris Elpheage, CB, 5-9, 170, Junior New Orleans, La. (Carver HS) 2002: Earned second team All-America honors from cnnsi.com and Collegefootballnews.com and was a consensus first team All-Conference USA choice as a cornerback. Named to the All-Louisiana team. A second team All-C-USA selection as a punt returner. On offense, lined up at wide out and scored a TD versus Southern Miss. His eight interceptions tied for second-most in the nation while his INT average tied for fifth in the NCAA stats. Second in the nation in passes defended (PBU+INT) with 29. After totalling four punt returns for 143 yards in the bowl game, moved up to rank fifth in the NCAA in punt return average with yards per return. That number is also second on the Tulane single season charts. Ranked 19th nationally in kickoff returns with his average of yards per return. Named MVP of the 2002 Hawai i Bowl. Returned four punts for 143 yards including a 60-yard return for a touchdown in the third quarter. Returned another punt 56 yards to the Hawai i 17-yard line which set up Tulane s go-ahead score. Also brought back two kickoffs for 57 yards. Recorded six tackles, including five solo, and broke up a pass. Broke up at least one pass in 11 of 13 games on the year, including a career-high five versus UL-Monroe (10/5), and three against Southern Miss (11/23). Finished his career as Tulane s alltime leader in pass break-ups with 49 and ranks second on the career interceptions chart for both Conference USA and Tulane, with 14. Scored seven career TDs: on a kickoff return, two punt returns, a fumble return, two interception returns and a rush. It s a feat no other Division I-A player can match. Only player to score a touchdown in four ways during the 2002 season (rush, INT return, punt return kickoff return). Also engineered another punt return TD versus UAB (10/19) when he ran back a punt 57 yards, then as he was being tackled, lateralled to Gerald Brobbey, who scored. Showed his incredible athletic abilities when, on the first offensive play OF HIS CAREER, ran 16 yards for a score on an end around to surprise Southern Miss. Other scores in 2002 came on a 42-yard onside kickoff return versus Houston (9/7) and a 62-yard interception return against UL-Monroe. Made a career-high 68 tackles, 51 solo, in 2002 to rank fourth on the team. Forced a pair of fumbles and recovered another. Had a season-high eight tackles (six solo) versus Southern Miss and made seven solo stops versus UAB. His eight INTs this year rank third all-time at TU. Returned 28 punts for 463 yards to set the record for most punt return yards in a season. Registered 18 kickoff returns for 453 yards to rank fourth on the TU single season list. Finished his career third all-time at Tulane in both career punt return (12.4) and career kickoff return (23.2) average. Earned C-USA Player of the Week and Nokia Sugar Bowl Player of the Week honors after the Houston game. Collected over 1,000 all-purpose yards to rank second on the Tulane team, although only 22 came as an offensive player. 2001: Started all 12 games at right cornerback. Led Tulane with three interceptions and 14 pass deflections (fourth in C-USA). Ranked seventh on the team in tackles with 59, 43 solos. Interceptions came against Southern (9/29), TCU (10/13) and Navy (11/ 10). His Navy interception was followed by a 48-yard return for a touchdown. Also broke up three passes and had five tackles in that game. Had an INT and 22-yard return in the TCU game. Scored Tulane s first punt return touchdown since 1988 on a 64-yard return against Southern. Returned four punts for 55 yards at Navy, including a 33-yard runback. Returned 17 kickoffs for 374 yards, a teamleading 22.0-yard average. Recorded Tulane s longest kickoff return since 1997 with a 59-yarder in the UCF game (9/22). Had a 50- yard return versus Cincinnati (10/6). Made a season-high eight tackles versus BYU (8/25). Contributed seven solo stops at LSU (9/ 1), breaking up a team-high three passes, including one at the goal line. 2000: Second team All-Conference USA choice at cornerback by The Sporting News. Named to the C-USA All-Freshman team and the All-Louisiana second team. Led Tulane in interceptions with three and in pass break-ups with 14 (third in Conference USA). Elpheage s Career Stats Registered 44 tackles, including 35 solos, to rank seventh on the team. Snagged a pair of interceptions against Cincinnati (9/30) and one versus Army (10/21). Scored on a 23-yard fumble recovery in the Navy game (11/11). Best game came against Navy (11/11) with four pass break-ups, seven tackles and a pair of fumble recoveries. High School: A USA Today honorable mention All-America choice. Tabbed as all-state both as a quarterback and as a return specialist. Earned Class 4A Offensive Player of the Year honors. Named the New Orleans Player of the Year by the Sugar Bowl after leading Carver to the Class 4A quarterfinals. A two-time All-Metro selection. Played four different positions. Passed for 2,300 yards and 34 TDs while rushing for 270 yards and eight scores as a senior. Earned All-Metro Large School MVP honors as a junior by combining for more than 2,200 total yards and 31 TDs. Played for Coach Jack Phillips. Personal: Born April 8, 1982 in New Orleans. The son of Judy and Russell Mason. Majoring in social sciences. TULANE FOOTBALL DRAFT BIOS DEFENSIVE Year G/GS UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks FF/FR PBU Int / / / / / / Career 36/ / KICKOFF RETURNS Year G/GS No. Yds. Avg. TD LP/Opp / /Cincinnati / /UCF / /TCU Career 36/ /UCF PUNT RETURNS Year G/GS No. Yds. Avg. TD LP/Opp / /East Carolina / /Southern / /Hawai i Career 36/ /Southern

4 #91 Kenan Blackmon, DE, 6-5, 262, Senior Tallahassee, Fla. (Godby HS) 2002: Finished his career as Tulane s all-time sack leader with Also broke the school record for career tackles for loss with 50, 19 in A second team choice to the All-Louisiana squad. His 19 tackles for loss ranked sixth in Conference USA and second on the Tulane team. Recorded two solo tackles in the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai i Bowl, including two sacks for a combined total of minus 15 yards. Combined on one sack that caused a fumble which led to a Tulane touchdown. Posted at least one tackle for loss in six of Tulane s last seven regular season games and in nine of 13 games on the year. In on more plays than any other defensive lineman in Made six solo tackles with a sack, two TFLs and a caused fumble in the Army (11/16) game. Established a career-high with 10 tackles, six solo, and three tackles for loss versus Cincinnati (10/12). Nineteen tackles for loss went for 86 yards, while his 19 quarterback pressures also ranked second on the squad. Credited with 58 tackles, 37 solo, on the season. Tied for second in sacks with seven, which ranks tied for seventh on the Tulane single season list. Made six tackles and four tackles for loss at ULM (10/5) and was credited with six tackles, five solo, versus ECU (9/14). In the Memphis game (9/21), batted down a pass and added three quarterback pressures. Broke the Tulane record for career sacks with one versus Southern (8/31) and added a pair of sacks in the Cincinnati game. Team captain who made five solo stops, broke up a pair of passes and tallied a pair of tackles for loss in the opener. In four seasons as a starter, compiled 190 career tackles, 116 solo. 2001: Saw action in all 12 games, starting the final 10 games of the year at defensive end. Tallied 53 tackles (35 solo), while leading the team with eight sacks and 14 tackles for loss. Ranked fifth in Conference USA in sacks and 11th in tackles for loss. Second on the team with three forced fumbles. Logged tackles for loss in the last eight games and had all of his sacks in the final eight games. Had season-highs of eight tackles and two sacks at UAB (10/20). Notched five tackles with one sack and a pass deflection against Navy (11/10). Registered six tackles, two tackles for loss, a sack and a forced fumble against Cincinnati (10/6). Credited with seven tackles (five solo), two for losses, and a sack against Louisville (11/3) to earn team Defensive Player of the Week honors. Also forced fumbles against BYU (8/25) and UCF (9/22). 2000: Played in all 11 games with eight starts. Recorded 39 tackles, including 25 solo takedowns. Tallied nine tackles for loss (second on the team). Also had 2.5 sacks and a pass deflection. Four times matched his seasonbest with five tackles. Recorded a solo sack vs. Houston (11/4), as well as half-sacks in three games. Had five tackles, including two for loss, and a pass deflection against Louisville (10/28). 1999: Started eight games and came off the bench once. Had five sacks (tied for the team lead) and eight tackles behind the line of scrimmage. Posted a career-best nine tackles vs. Army, including four solos. Hurried the quarterback seven times. 1998: Redshirted the season. High School: A 1998 graduate of Godby High School in Tallahassee, Fla. Had 24 tackles, five sacks and eight tackles for loss as a senior. Coached by Mark Feely. Personal: Kenan Louis Blackmon. Born May 6, 1980 in St. Petersburg, Fla. The son of Joe and Kizzie Blackmon. Majoring in media arts. Blackmon s Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks FF/FR PBU Int / / / / / / / / Career 44/ /

5 #4 Quentin Brown, 5-9, 175, FS, Senior Ennis, Texas (Ennis HS) 2002: Hard-hitting senior who put together a career year with five interceptions and 105 tackles in 2002, more than 30 tackles above his previous career high. Started the last 11 games of the year at free safety. Five INTs tied for the seventh-highest single season total in school history. Led the team in solo stops with 68 and ranked second in total tackles. Made 47 tackles in the last three regular season games with 12 each versus TCU (8 solo), Navy (7 solo) and Southern Miss (11/23), and 11 against Army (11/16). Also forced a pair of fumbles, broke up three passes and recorded half a sack on the year. Hard-hitting player who produced some of the Wave s most bone-jarring hits of the year on special teams. Earned the team s co-defensive Player of the Week honors for the TCU game (11/9) with 12 stops, and added 11 tackles, six solo, versus Army (11/16). Made 11 tackles in the East Carolina game (9/14) and added 10, eight solo, with an interception and a pass break-up, versus Texas (9/28). Recorded three tackles, including two solo stops, in the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai i Bowl. He also assisted on a stuff for no gain in the second quarter. Interceptions came against Houston, Texas, UL-Monroe, Cincinnati and TCU. Had seven stops in the Cincy and UAB games and eight at Monroe. His 200 career stops rank in the Tulane Top 15 all-time. 2001: Played in 12 games with a pair of starts at defensive back. Finished third on the team in tackles with 72 (55 solo). Posted five or more tackles in 11 games, including a season-best 10 stops (eight solo) against Southern (9/ 29). Recorded five tackles against UAB (10/20), as well as two pass deflections and his only interception of the season. Had seven tackles against both BYU (8/25) and TCU (10/13). 2000: Played in all 11 games, including nine starts at free safety for the Wave. Ranked fourth on the team with 62 tackles, including 44 unassisted. Posted two tackles for loss, one sack and a fumble recovery. Also knocked down four passes. Recorded 17 tackles in the final two games of the season, including a season-best 10 (eight solo) against Navy (11/11). Collected his first career interception against Memphis (11/18), returning it 48 yards for a touchdown. Also logged nine takedowns in the Cincinnati win (9/30). Against Louisville (10/28), notched six tackles and his lone sack of the year. 1999: Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team. Participated in eight games, starting four. Totaled 50 tackles, 33 of them unassisted and two for a loss. Also tallied one quarterback hurry and broke up six passes. High School: A 1999 graduate of Ennis High School in Ennis, Texas. Selected the Class 4A Defensive Player of the Year after making 113 total tackles and five interceptions as a senior. Also named district Defensive Player of the Year and all-state defensive back by Texas sportswriters. Rated among the top 100 prospects in Texas by the Dallas Morning News. Also excelled in punt and kickoff returns. A tremendous track athlete who won state championships in the triple jump (47 10") and as a member of the sprint relay team. Coached by Sam Brown s Career Defensive Stats Harrell. Personal: Quentin Damon Brown. Born January 14, 1981 in Ennis, Texas. The son of Johnny and Vera Hawkins. Has three sisters. Majoring in organizational information technology. TULANE FOOTBALL DRAFT BIOS Year G/GS UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks FF/FR PBU Int / / / / / / / / Career 44/ /

6 #85 Floyd Dorsey, DE, 6-0, 258, Senior Tyler, Texas (John Tyler HS) 2002: Earned first-team All-Conference USA and All-Louisiana honors. Top player on the Tulane defensive line who played brilliantly in the stretch run with 10 tackles for loss and five QB sacks in the last five games of the regular season. Recorded four tackles with three solo stops in the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai i Bowl. Also sacked the passer twice for a combined total of 13 yards as the Wave pressured UH quarterbacks all game. Recovered a fumble on one of the sacks, which led to a Green Wave touchdown. Led all TU defensive linemen in tackles with 64, 40 solo. Also tops on the team with a careerhigh 21 tackles for losses totalling 90 yards to rank 25th in the national stats in that category. Led Tulane in sacks with a career-best 9.5, good for third on the Tulane single season list and tied for 20th in the country. Also broke up a career-high five passes. Ranks second on the career sack list at Tulane with 19.5, behind only Kenan Blackmon. Turned momentum back toward Tulane versus Houston (9/7) by picking up a Cougar fumble on the TU 5 and returning it 95 yards for a touchdown for the longest fumble return score in Green Wave history. Scored two points on a PAT in the Southern Miss game (11/23) by taking a direct snap from center and running into the endzone. Also forced a pair of fumbles, versus East Carolina (9/14) and Army (11/16), and made a key fumble recovery versus Southern Miss. Made a season-high eight tackles versus both Navy (10/26) and TCU (11/9) after collecting seven, six solo, against UAB (10/19). Coaches named him Tulane s defensive or co-defensive player of the game versus Memphis, UAB, TCU and Army. Has made 187 career tackles and passed the 100-solo tackle mark versus Army. 2001: Played in nine games despite battling injuries throughout the season. Started the first six games of the year at defensive end. Credited with 30 tackles (20 solo), including eight tackles for loss. Tallied a season-high eight tackles, including four for losses, to go with a fumble recovery against UAB (10/20). Had seven tackles and a pass deflection against LSU (9/1). Posted sacks against East Carolina (9/8) and Cincinnati (10/6). 2000: Started every game at defensive end for the Wave. Earned All-Louisiana first team honors. Tied for the team lead in sacks after recording four in Tulane s last four games and five on the season. Had a pair of sacks in TU s win over Houston (11/4). Tied for second on the squad in tackles for loss with nine (for a team-leading 51 yards). His 54 total tackles were fifth on the team and led all defensive linemen. Made a career-high 10 tackles and broke up a pass at Army (10/21). 1999: Selected to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team. Played in 10 games, starting seven. Tallied 39 tackles, including 14 solos. Had five tackles for loss, five sacks (tied for team lead), one interception, and eight quarterback hurries. His interception came against Memphis (10/30). High School: A 1999 graduate of John Tyler High School in Tyler, Texas. A three-year starter for one of the most successful prep programs in the state of Texas. Earned all-state as well as District 12-5A Defensive Player of the Year honors in 1998 after collecting 65 tackles and 16 quarterback sacks. Named first team all-district and Dorsey s Career Defensive Stats first team All-East Texas. Was tabbed as one of the top 100 players in Texas by Alliance Sports. Coached by Year G/GS UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks FF/FR PBU Int Allen Wilson / / Personal: Floyd Dorsey, IV. Born July 27, 1981 in Smith County, Texas. The son of Audrey and Floyd Dorsey. Majoring in business / / / / / / Career 43/ /

7 #11 Derrick Joseph, QB, 5-11, 187, Senior Harvey, La. (Archbishop Shaw HS) 2002: Backed up J.P. Losman at quarterback in 2002 and saw action in 10 games on the year. Finished the season as Tulane s third-leading rusher after gaining 93 yards on the year. Lost 64 but still netted 29 yards on 25 carries for the season. Completed 15-of-34 passes (44 percent) for 178 yards on the year. Threw his lone touchdown pass of the year versus TCU (11/9) to put Tulane in the game when he hit Mewelde Moore with a 47-yarder down the right sideline. Moore broke the Wave school record for career all-purpose yards on the play. Set his career highs with eight-of-16 completions for 119 yards in the TCU game. Carried the ball once for six yards in the Wave s bowl game. Completed both of his pass attempts for 33 yards versus UAB (10/19). Hit his lone pass attempt for 16 yards versus UL-Monroe (10/5). Also had two completions in five attempts for eight yards against Southern (8/31). Gained seven yards on 30 carries in that game too. Rushed the ball in eight games, seven times for positive yardage. Had three carries for nine yards against Memphis (9/21) and three for eight versus Southern Miss (11/23). Gained 10 yards on two carries in the Navy game (10/26). 2001: Played in seven games as a backup quarterback for the Wave. Had seven completions in 12 attempts for 76 yards, including a 20-yard TD strike against UAB (10/20). Connected on five-of-seven passes for 48 yards, including a seasonhigh 22-yard completion in the Louisville game (11/3). Also had 10 carries for 22 yards on the year, including 12 rushing yards in the Louisville game. Tallied an eight-yard reception in the season-opener against BYU (8/25) while playing wide receiver before switching to quarterback after an injury to then-backup J.P. Losman. 2000: Saw action in five games while playing wide receiver. Posted one catch, a 15-yarder, against Army (10/21). 1999: Played in all 11 games. Put in duty at quarterback and wide receiver. Completed 15-of-42 passes for 162 yards and one interception. Tallied a season-high 58 passing yards in the opener against Southern Miss (9/6). Ran the ball 38 times for 227 yards and one touchdown to finish as the squad s second-leading rusher. Had a season-best 74-yard rushing day against Houston (11/6). Also caught one pass for 30 yards. 1998: Received medical redshirt after sustaining early-season back injury. Started first two games of the season at wide receiver. Had two carries for 18 yards, including a 25-yard reverse on the first play of the season against Cincinnati. High School: A graduate of Archbishop Shaw High School in Marrero, La. Named The Times-Picayune Male Athlete of the Year. Selected to USA Today honorable mention All-USA team. Member of Times-Picayune blue chip list and Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super South 100 list. Max Emfinger All-American. Named to Pigskin Preps preseason Super South 75. First-team all-state selection by Louisiana Football Coaches. Started 49 consecutive games - every game of his four-year career. Completed 82-of-152 passes for 1,725 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior, leading Shaw to Class 5A finals. Also rushed 85 times for 503 yards and nine touchdowns. As a junior, passed for 1,157 yards and 12 TDs and rushed for 662 yards and eight scores. Shaw s career leader in passing yards (5,295), passing TDs (57), total offense (7,420) and touchdowns accounted for (92). Career rushing totals of 2,125 yards, 35 touchdowns. Coached by Hank Tierney. Personal: Derrick Joseph. Born August 1, 1979 in New Orleans. Son of Terry and Geraldine Joseph. Majoring in computer information systems. Joseph s Career Stats RUSHING Year G/GS No. Yds. Avg. TD LP/Opp / /Cincinnati / /UAB / / /Louisville / /Southern Career 36/ /UAB PASSING Year G/GS C-A Pct. Yds Int TD Effic / / / / / Career 36/

8 #14 Adrian Mitchell, FS, 5-10, 185, Senior Alexandria, La. (Bolton HS) 2002: His 219 career solo tackles rank eighth all-time at Tulane. Fifth on the team in tackles in 2002 with 68 and fourth in passes broken up with six. Lower tackle numbers from previous years can be attributed to position change from free to strong safety as well as improved play by TU front seven. Started each of the last nine games of the season. Made a season-high nine tackles with one tackle for loss against the option of Navy (10/26). Had four or more tackles in 10 of 13 games. Led the team in tackles in the UAB game (10/19) with eight, including a season-high six solo. Broke up a pair of passes and compiled four tackles in the UL-Monroe game (10/5). Four of his five stops at Memphis (9/21) were solos. Had six stops in both the TCU (11/9) and Army (11/16) games. Also broke up passes in the Houston (9/7), Memphis and Southern Miss (11/23) games. 2001: Named the Green Wave Defensive MVP and earned All-Louisiana second team honors. One of eight players to start all 12 games. Led the Green Wave and ranked fourth in C-USA with 138 stops, the highest total for a Green Wave defender in 17 seasons, since Burnell Dent tallied 139 in His 97 solo stops also led Tulane, and are ninth all-time, the most by a Tulane player since Ranked second on the team in pass break ups with 10 and made five tackles for loss. Paced TU in tackles in seven games. Posted eight double-figure tackle days, including the last five games. Recorded a season-high 17 stops at Navy (11/10) with eight solos and nine assists to earn LSWA Defensive Player of the Week honors. Versus Louisville (11/3), credited with 11 tackles, nine solo, and added his first quarterback sack of the season, broke up a pass and forced a fumble. Registered 16 tackles at Army (10/27), including a season-high 13 solo. Picked off passes in the UCF (9/22) and TCU (10/13) games. Recovered and caused two fumbles, including one of each versus Southern (9/29) when he shared team Defensive Player of the Week honors. Interfered with three passes versus UCF (9/22). Made 14 tackles, 10 solo, at LSU (9/1) to earn team honors as top defensive player. Tallied 13 stops, eight solo, at Cincinnati (10/6). Also defended a pass and recovered a fumble. Opened the year with 12 tackles, nine solo, and a tackle for loss at BYU (8/25). 2000: Played in all 11 games and started the final five games of the year at free safety. Second on the Green Wave squad in tackles with 89 (16 th in C-USA). His 67 solo stops led the Wave. Tied for second on the team with two interceptions. His pick-offs came against Navy (11/11) and Memphis (11/18). Made a career-best and team season-high 19 stops in the Navy game (11/11), earning the team s Defensive Player of the Week honors. His 19 tackles also tied for the best single game in Conference USA for Tallied a pair of fumble recoveries and a pass break-up in addition to the INT against Memphis (11/18). Blocked a field goal at UL-Lafayette (10/7). Registered 13 tackles and caused a fumble at East Carolina (9/16). Split time with fellow sophomore Quentin Brown before moving into the starting lineup to close the season. 1999: Participated in the final nine games of the year. Accumulated 15 solo tackles as part of his 18 total stops. Had a season-best four tackles against Houston (11/6). High School: A 1999 graduate of Bolton High School in Alexandria, La. Named the Central Louisiana MVP after rushing for 1,561 yards and 16 touchdowns and passing for 623 yards and nine TDs during senior season. Also earned District 3-4A MVP and honorable mention all-state accolades. His team s co-captain as a senior, he was twice named Bolton s offensive MVP. Also played defensive back. Qualified for state track meet in both the 110-meter hurdles and the 400- meter relay as a junior. Coached by Brownie Parmley. Personal: Born March 16, 1981 in Greenville, Miss. The son of Tanya Mitchell. Has three brothers and two sisters. Majoring in sociology. Earned a slot on the Conference USA Commissioner s Academic Honor Roll. Mitchell s Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks FF/FR PD Int / / / / / / / / Career 45/ /

9 #3 Jeff Sanchez, CB, 5-10, 175, Senior Meraux, La. (Archbishop Hannan HS) 2002: Playing opposite Lynaris Elpheage at right corner, is a big reason Tulane ranked 13th in the nation in pass efficiency defense in Intercepted a personal single season high three passes in 2002, including one in each of Tulane s last two regular season games. Made six tackles, including five solo, in the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai i Bowl. He also forced a fumble. Played one of his top games of the year versus Southern Miss (11/23) with five tackles, the interception, a fumble recovery and three pass break-ups. Broke up 12 passes on the year to rank second on the team. Sixth on the single season chart for PBUs. Collected 64 tackles, 45 solo, on the season with one tackle for loss, versus TCU (11/9). Had seven solo stops in the TCU game and made a career high 11 tackles, eight solo, with three pass break ups versus Cincinnati (10/12). Also had three PBUs and an interception against Memphis (9/21). Returned 15 kickoffs for 332 yards, a 22.1-yard average. Had a season-long 54- yard kickoff return against UL-Monroe (10/5) and added 42-yarders versus UAB (10/19) and Memphis. Career numbers include 137 tackles, 99 solo, 26 passes knocked down and seven interceptions in two seasons as a starter. 2001: Finished eighth on the team with 58 tackles (43 solo) while starting all 12 games at right cornerback. Ranked third on the team with eight pass break-ups. Recorded a season-best 10 tackles (seven solo) and a fumble recovery against nationally-ranked LSU (9/1). Picked off a pass against UAB (10/20) and returned it 79 yards for a touchdown to pull TU within seven at the half. Added another interception against Army (10/27) to go with three pass deflections. Tallied six tackles on three different occasions, against BYU (8/25), UCF (9/22) and Southern (9/29). Also returned 12 kickoffs, including a season-best 48-yard return against Southern (9/29). Added a 25-yard return against Cincinnati (10/6). 2000: Missed five games due to injury and saw very limited action in the season finale against Memphis (11/18) for the same reason. Logged 26 carries for 73 yards and made seven catches for 28 yards in the first five contests of the year. Had a season-best four catches for 19 yards against UL-Lafayette (10/7) before spraining his ankle. Had 10 carries for 26 yards in the East Carolina contest (9/16). Broke a career-long run of 17 yards against Ole Miss (9/2). Began the season as the Wave s starting tailback, but moved back to defense at the end of the season. 1999: Participated in all 11 games, including five starts. Was an all-purpose player, contributing on offense, defense, and special teams. Ran the ball 18 times, caught two passes (for 18 yards), returned four kicks and three punts. Had 14 tackles, 11 of them solos, and two interceptions. Ranked second on the squad in interceptions and fourth in passes broken up. High School: A 1999 graduate of Archbishop Hannan High School in Meraux, La. A four-time all-state and all-metro running back. Rushed for 1,432 yards as a senior. Member of the Times-Picayune Top 20 Blue Chip list. Had 1,687 yards and 23 touchdowns rushing as a junior. Named to Bill Buchhalter s Southeast Super 27 as a kick returner. Outstanding sprinter on the Hannan track team. Coached by Richard Walker. Personal: Jeffrey Sanchez, Jr. Born January 21, 1981 in New Orleans. The son of Rebecca Sanchez. Majoring in organizational information technology. Sanchez s Career Stats DEFENSIVE Year G/GS UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks FF/FR PBU Int / / / / / / / / Career 42/ / RETURNS Year G/GS KOR Yds. Avg. LP PR Yds. Avg / / / /S thern / /ULM Career 42/ /ULM

10 #89 Roxie Shelvin, DT, 6-2, 285, Senior Franklin, La. (Franklin HS) 2002: Leader on the resurgent Tulane defensive line who finished the season with 51 tackles, establishing a career single-season high. Missed the Army game (11/16) due to injury. Recorded a sack or a tackle for loss in 10 of 12 games played in Tied for second on the team in sacks with seven and ranked third in tackles for loss with 16, both of which are his career bests. Sacks went for minus 43 yards while TFL s resulted in losses of 62 yards. Recorded five tackles, four solo in the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai i Bowl as the Wave defensive line put on a dominating performance. He also made three tackles for losses of six yards, with two sacks for minus three yards in one of his best career games. Forced UH QB to fumble out of the end zone late in the game as the safety sealed the Tulane win. Tallied a pair of TFL s and one sack, along with a season-high eight tackles, versus Cincinnati (10/12). Passed the 100-tackle mark for his career with eight stops, including six solo, and two TFLs versus East Carolina (9/14). Named Tulane s Defensive Player of the Week for his ECU effort, which included 1.5 sacks for losses totalling 15 yards. Made five tackles, four solo, and added two tackles for loss versus Memphis (9/21), and had five tackles with a tackle for loss, a fumble recovery and four quarterback pressures in the Texas game (9/28). Compiled five tackles, three solo, versus Southern (8/31), with a quarterback sack. Elected a team captain for 2002 by his teammates. 2001: One of Tulane s top defensive players on the season. Compiled 35 tackles, 24 solo and nine tackles for loss to rank third on the team. Gamely played the last four games on a sprained ankle after missing the TCU game (10/13). Had a three-game streak of fumble recoveries, including a recovery on the Tulane four-yard line to stop a Navy (11/10) drive. His three fumble recoveries led Conference USA. Tallied seven tackles (four solo), including three for loss against LSU (9/1). Notched a season-high eight tackles (the most by a Wave lineman in 2001) against UCF (9/22), earning top defender honors from the Wave coaching staff. Was in on three tackles and recovered a fumble at Army (10/27). Led all D- linemen with four tackles, including one for loss, in the season opener versus BYU (8/25). 2000: Most consistent player on the Tulane defensive line. Selected as the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Week following the UL-Lafayette game (10/7) in which he blocked the potential game-tying extra point. Also registered seven tackles and a tackle for loss versus ULL. Made a season-high eight tackles vs. Army (10/21) with a tackle for loss and a pass break up. Selected by Tulane coaches as their defensive player of the week three times from his defensive tackle position. 1999: Saw action in the first four games of the year (including two starts) before going down to a knee injury. Collected a season-best eight tackles in season opener vs. Southern Miss. Finished the year with 17 stops, including eight solos. Posted five QB hurries in just four games, a total just three off the team lead. 1998: Redshirted the season. High School: A graduate of Franklin High School in Franklin, La. Earned all-district honors on both offense and defense as a junior and as a senior. Named second-team all-state by the coaches. Also an all-area and honorable mention all-state selection. Named district MVP on defense in 1997, when he had 87 tackles, eight sacks and 17 tackles for loss. Also a state champion wrestler as a junior. Coached by Harrison Pierre. Personal: Roxie J. Shelvin. Born February 21, 1980 in Lafayette, La. The son of Cindy Landry. Majoring in media arts. A member of Tulane s 3.0 Academic Club for the fall of Shelvin s Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks FF/FR PD Int / / / / / / / / Career 37/ /

11 #54 Marlon Tickles, DT, 6-1, 298, Senior Austell, Ga. (Pebblebrook HS) 2002: Played by far the best football of his career in his senior season. Saw action in all 13 games and started nine, including each of the last eight games of the year. Finished his career with 94 tackles and one-third came in his senior season. Recorded a career-best 33 tackles, including 17 solo tackles and eight tackles for loss. Eight TFLs were three more than his previous career total and tied for fourth on the team. Totalled three sacks for minus 14 yards and broke up a career-high three passes. Snagged his second career interception in the UL-Monroe game (10/5), in which he also had a sack and a forced fumble. Broke up one pass and recorded three hurries on UH quarterbacks during the 2002 ConAgra Foods Hawai i Bowl. Matched his career-high with five tackles in the regular season finale against Southern Miss (11/23), while also recording a pair of sacks and knocking down a pass. Three of his tackles went for losses in that game. Also had five tackles (three solo) and two tackles for loss against UAB (10/19). Collected four tackles on three occasions: at UL-Monroe, vs. Cincinnati (10/12) and vs. Army (11/16). Added tackles for losses in the Cincinnati and TCU games. 2001: Saw action in all 12 games. Recorded 21 tackles (10 solo). Had a season-best four tackles, including a sack and a forced fumble against TCU (10/13). Added three tackles against both UCF (9/22) and Southern Miss (11/17). Also served as the Wave s long snapper. 2000: Played in all 11 games as a regular member of the defensive line rotation. Started against Ole Miss (9/2) and Memphis (11/18). Recorded 16 tackles (12 solo), including two for loss. Also had a pair of sacks, against Cincinnati (9/30) and Houston (11/4). Never tallied more than two tackles in a game, but accomplished that five times. 1999: One of the most productive freshmen on the squad. Played in all 11 games, and earned starts against Syracuse and UL-Lafayette. Had 11 solo and 13 assisted tackles, one for a loss. Added two sacks and one interception. Posted a season-best three solo stops and five total tackles at Ole Miss to go with an interception. High School: A 1999 graduate of Pebblebrook High School in Austell, Ga., where he played football for Coach Chuck Stines. Helped lead Pebblebrook to a 10-2 record in 1998 by recording 64 tackles and 10 quarterback sacks. Also credited with four tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries. Averaged 10 points per game for PHS basketball team where he played point guard. Batted.346 with six home runs for Pebblebrook s baseball squad. Personal: Marlon Jermaine Tickles. Born May 15, 1981 in Baton Rouge, La. The son of Merilyn Tickles. Majoring in marketing and management. Tickles Career Defensive Stats Year G/GS UT-AT-TT TFL Sacks FF/FR PD Int / / / / / / / / Career 47/ /

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