95 - Joe Rudulph|
|Previous School:||Oregon State|
Returns for his first full season at Sacramento State…made the move to tight end during the opening week of training camp…has also continued to work at defensive end.
2006 Season: Appeared in seven games on the defensive line after transferring from Oregon State…had a solo tackle against Montana State…credited with assists at Montana and at Eastern Washington.
Prior to Sacramento State: Attended Oregon State for three years…played in all 11 games in 2005...accounted for 15 tackles, including 4.5 for loss...made a career-high four tackles against Washington State and Arizona...two tackles-for-loss against WSU...played in nine games in 2004...made nine tackles, including two for losses and one quarterback sack...made a season-high three tackles at Boise State... lone sack was against Washington State...forced WSU quarterback Alex Brink to fumble in the second quarter on the sack...recovered Washington running back James Sims’ fumble on the Beaver 4-yard line late in the third quarter to preserve a 23-14 lead...redshirted in 2003.
High School: A 2003 graduate of Natomas HS…was a two-year starter at defensive end and offensive tackle...team captain as a senior...made 135 tackles during his starting career on defense, including 16 sacks and 27 tackles for loss...had 45 tackles as a sophomore with five sacks...first team all-Capital Valley Conference and first team all-city as a senior...a four-year starter in baseball as a pitcher and first baseman...earned one letter in basketball.
Personal: Born 11-17-84...majoring in sociology…son of James and Debra Holloway.