2008: Started all 12 games at willie linebacker... Finished T4th on team with 44 tackles (28 solos, 16 assists)... Led Aggies with 3 interceptions... Also had 5.0 tackles for losses of 17 yards, 3 pass break-ups... First career INT came against San Jose State's Myles Eden with about two minutes remaining in first half... Had 6 tackles (4-2-6) with a PBU in that game... Recorded season-high 7 tackles (4 solos, 3 assists) at Cal Poly... Hit San Diego's Phil Morelli for a 9-yard loss in his longest TFL.
2007: Won team's SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR award... Saw action in all 11 games as a reserve LB... Tallied 26 total tackles (14 solos, 12 assists)... Posted season-high 4 tackles (2-2) twice: vs. Northeastern and San Diego... Had 2 solo stops and a forced fumble in opener vs. Western Washington.
2006: Played in all 11 games as the No. 2 MLB... Finished with 29 tackles (14 solos, 15 assists), including 1.5 for losses of 8 yards... Also had one sack, a 4-yarder vs. Southern Utah... Added two pass break-ups and a blocked punt... Posted season-best 5 tackles twice: against TCU and Southern Utah... Selected as team's Special Teams Player of the Week for Montana State game... Blocked Jack Rolovich's punt and returned in 15 yards late in the first quarter.
2005: Redshirted... Appeared on the roster for Causeway Classic as an emergency backup after RBs Marcus Nolan, Alex Garfio and Nelson Doris all went down with injury... Did not play (preserving year of eligibility), but earned team's Scout Offense Player of the Week honors for his efforts.
COLLEGE PARK HS '05: Named to All-Diablo Foothill Athletic League first team in both his junior and senior seasons, including Co-MVP in 2004, after a second-team nod as a sophomore... Rushed for 3,100 yards and 43 TDs in his three-year career... Ranked 5th in Contra Costa County with 1,495 yards as a senior... Selected among Contra Costa Times "Cream Of The Crop"... Made that paper's All-East Bay third team as a linebacker.
PERSONAL: Born in Oakland, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Scott & Linda Healey... Career highlight was rushing for seven touchdowns in a game... Favorite movie is Dazed And Confused.
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