99 - Anthony Larry
Anthony Larry
Height: 6-3
Weight: 250
Year: So.
Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.
High School: Luther Burbank HS '09
Position: DL
Experience: 1L*

2011: Listed as a backup at right defensive end on preseason depth chart. Did not participate in spring drills because of surgery following a knee injury that nagged him in the 2010 season.

2010: Played in 12 games as a defensive end for the Eagles, and had a sack in his Eagle debut versus Nevada (9/2/10). That helped him earn his first and only start of the season against Central Washington (9/11/10). But he suffered a dislocated patella early in that contest and missed three games. He was expected to play against Weber State (10/2/10), but his knee continued to build up fluid and needed to be drained. He returned to play limited snaps against Northern Arizona (10/9/10) and gradually re-gained playing time. He also sat out against Idaho State (11/20/10) to rest the knee for the playoffs. He had a season-high four tackles versus Sacramento State (10/23/10), a sack versus Southern Utah (11/13/10) and a half-sack against Villanova (12/17/10) in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship Subdivision Playoffs. He helped the Eagle defense rank first nationally in interceptions (total of 26) and turnovers gained (47), and finish sixth nationally in red zone defense, as it allowed just 38 scores in 58 opponent trips inside the Eagle 20-yard line.

2009: Redshirted.

HS: Graduated from Luther Burbank HS in 2009. As a senior, he was one of just 26 players named to the Sacramento Bee All-Metro (all-area) team. He was also selected to the All-Metro Conference team as a wide receiver. He finished the year with 55 tackles, 13 sacks and an interception. Burbank High School finished 6-6 his senior season and played for a section title for the first time in school history.

Personal: Born 9/20/91 in Crookston, Minn. Recreation and leisure management major.

Year GP   TT   Hi   S    TL-Yds     FF-FR PBU  I-Yds
2010 12   21   4    2.5  8-23 1-0  0    8-23

 

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