33 Brandon Quinn
2004: Played in 10 games, totalling 17 tackles (9 solos, 8 assists)... Also had a tackle for a 1-yard loss at Western Oregon... Credited for forced fumble vs. South Dakota State, pinning Jackrabbits at their own 3-yard line in the 4th quarter... Posted career-high 5 tackles (3-2) at Western Oregon.
2003: Saw action in 8 games, recording one solo tackle... First career tackle was on first play of the season: stopping Grand Valley State's Brandon Langston in the opening kickoff return... Recovered Steven Dietz' blocked field goal (by Pila Fatukala) at Texas State... Named as team's Scout Defense Player of the Week after that game.
2002: Appeared in 4 games, did not record any stats.
WILL C. WOOD HS '01: Lettered in football, basketball and track & field... Voted MVP as a senior, Most Improved as a junior... Posted 5 interceptions as a defensive back, 5 receiving TDs as a wideout... Three-time recipient of Coaches' Award in track & field, member of 4x400 relay squad that won Sac-Joaquin Section title in 2000... Part of 4x100 team that captured Monticello Empire League banner in 2002... Won Hardest Worker award in basketball... Hoop team went undefeated in 2001, capturing MEL title... Earned All-CIF Scholastic Award (for compiling a 3.5-plus GPA in a championship sport)... Named school's Most Outstanding Athlete as a senior.
PERSONAL: Jan. 8, 1983 at Travis AFB, Calif.... Political science major... Parents are Val & Lottie Quinn... Nicknamed "B.Q."... Uncle, DeWayne Quinn, played football at UC Davis in early 90s... DeWayne's nickname (to which he still answers) is "D.Q."... Best athletes he's faced are Onterrio Smith and Brandon Armstrong... Favorite facility in which he's played is Napa Memorial Stadium; best basketball venue is Arco Arena... Pregame superstition: making sure the uniform looks good because "if you look good, you'll play."