Allen Bailey Speaker Profile
Allen Bailey Biography
2010 ALL-ACC SECOND TEAM
2010 NAGURSKI TROPHY WATCH LIST
2010 STRENGTH TRAINING ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (TEAM AWARD)
2009 STRENGTH TRAINING ATHLETE OF THE YEAR (TEAM AWARD)
2009 ALL-ACC FIRST TEAM
CAREER: Played in 50 games in his career (2007-10), tied for the third-most in school history and only two less than all-time leader Brandon Meriweather (2002-06) ... Named All-ACC twice in his career, earning first team honors as a junior and second team honors as a senior ... Started 27 games in his career (4 in 2008; 10 in 2009; 13 in 2010) ... Wrapped up his career with 103 total tackles (55 UA, 39 A) ... Recorded 12 sacks for a loss of 112 yards in his career ... Tallied 31 tackles behind the line (9 in 2008; 11 in 2009 and 2010) for a total loss of 183 yards ... Named the team's Strength Training Athlete of the Year his junior and senior seasons ... Recorded 18 quarterback hurries in his career, including 14 his sophomore season in 2008 ... Forced two fumblesin his career (both came his junior year) ... Recorded a career-high 3.5 sacks against North Carolina on Oct. 23, 2010 and finished the game with a career-high tying six total tackles.
2010 (SENIOR): Started all 13 of Miami's games, playing mostly as a defensive end while also moving inside on some third down situations ... Recorded a team-high seven sacks - and 11 tackles for a loss - for the second straight season .... His 11 tackles behind the line accounted for a total loss of 50 yards, the second-highest mark on the team behind Sean Spence's 61 yards (17 TFL) ... Led all UM defensive lineman and ranked seventh on the UM defense with 45 tackles (21 UA, 24 A) ... Tallied a career-best six tackles on three occasions (at Ohio State; vs. North Carolina; at Virginia) ... Recorded a career-high 3.5 sacks (-13 yards) against UNC on Oct. 23 ... Also had sacks against Pittsburgh (1.0), Duke (1.0), Maryland (1.0) and Georgia Tech (0.5) ... Tied a career-high with four solo tackles in win at Pitt, finishing the game against the Panthers with five total tackles ... Tied for third on the team with three quarterback hurries ... Averaged 4.6 tackles per game in true road games, compared to 2.8 in home contests ... Was named the Strength Training Athlete of the Year at the team's annual awards banquet on Dec. 12.
2009 (JUNIOR): Led the `Canes in sacks (7.0) and tackles for a loss (11.0) ... Played both defensive tackle and defensive end during the season ... Led all UM defensive linemen with 34 total tackles on the year ... Ranked fourth in the ACC in sacks per game (0.58) and tied for seventh in tackles for a loss per game (0.92) ... Named First Team All-ACC at defensive tackle by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association, Rivals.com and Phil Steele ... Was awarded the Strength Training Athlete of the Year at the team's annual awards banquet on Dec. 6 ... Recorded a career-high tying two sacks in back-to-back games vs. Clemson and at Wake Forest ... Also set career-highs for total tackles (5 at Wake Forest and at USF) and tackles for a loss (3.0 vs. Clemson and at Wake Forest) ... Forced fumbles versus Oklahoma and Clemson ... His forced fumble versus Clemson was returned by teammate Marcus Robinson for a 53-yard touchdown ... Over the final six games of the regular season, tallied 19 total tackles, 7.5 tackles for a loss, four sacks and a forced fumble ... Started 10 of his 13 games played.
2008 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 12 games with four starts at defensive end ... Played defensive tackle in some third down situations ... Led the team with five sacks and tied for the team-lead with nine tackles for loss ... Registered 36 tackles (16 solo, 20 assisted) ... Posted a career-high four tackles twice - at Texas A&M and at NC State ... Recorded two sacks in win against UCF ... Also had sacks at Virginia, against Virginia Tech and at NC State ... Had two tackles for loss twice, first against UCF and again at NC State ... Made starts against UCF, at Duke and at NC State.
2007 (FRESHMAN): Played in all 12 games, practically all of it on special teams ... Saw action at linebacker vs. Texas A&M, playing two downs (no tackles).
HIGH SCHOOL: One of the nation's most sought-after defenders ... As a senior in 2006, played in only four games due to a stress fracture in his back ... Had one sack ... As a junior, posted 138 tackles (77 solo) to go along with five forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries and three sacks ... Also played fullback and scored four touchdowns, carrying 51 times for 323 yards ... Rated the No. 7 defensive end and the No. 20 player overall by Scout.com ... Ranked the No. 7 strongside defensive end, the No. 6 player in Georgia and the No. 95 player overall by Rivals.com ... Ranked in the Tampa Tribune Best of the South and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100... Member of Allen Wallace's PrepStar 100 team ... Grew up among approximately 60 residents of Hog Hammock on Georgia's Sapelo Island ... Coached by Robbie Robinson.
ALLEN BAILEY'S CAREER HIGHS
Total tackles: 4 (at Texas A&M 2008)
Solo: 2, five times (last at NC State 2008)
Assists: 2 (at Georgia Tech 2008)
Sacks: 2 (vs. UCF 2008)
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