Coastal Carolina, who had 492 yards of total offense compared to 261 by Western, closes the season with three consecutive wins
Coastal improves to 4-1 all-time against Presbyterian with the win.
Pregame Ceremony to begin at 5:30 pm
2010 (Jr.): Played in nine games ... Credited with one tackle, that coming at Presbyterian.
2009 (So.): Saw action in eight games ... Only had seven tackles, but recorded 3.0 TFL ... Tackles for losses came versus Kent State, VMI and Gardner-Webb ... The TFL versus Gardner-Webb was a five-yard sack ... Had a season-high two stops at Kent State.
2008 (RFr.): Played in 11 games, all as backup ... Had 14 total tackles, eight of them solos ... Added 4.5 tackles for loss for 25 yards and 2.0 sacks for 18 yards ... Had his best game of the year in the home win over Towson, recording four tackles, including 2.0 tackles for loss (12 yards) and 1.0 sack (eight yards) ... Also had three tackles against Colgate ... Chipped in a pair of solo tackles, both for loss for 13 combined yards, in the home win over North Carolina Central.
2007 (Fr.): Redshirted his freshman year and retained the year of eligibility.
Prior to Coastal Carolina: A starter his final three years at McIntosh ... Earned first team all-region his junior and senior seasons after leading his team to the Region 2-AA runner-up spot ... Posted 92 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, nine sacks and five hurries as a senior after recording 74 tackles, nine hurries, seven sacks and five tackles for loss his junior year ... Also named first team all-academic squad the last two years... Helped the team to the Region 3A championship his sophomore and junior seasons ... Also played basketball for McIntosh, helping them to the Region 3A title his junior year ... Named to the AB Honor Roll, Academic team and ranked 14th in his graduating class.
Personal: Son of James and Sharon Jenkins.