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#95 Nick Clement
Position: Defensive Tackle
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 255
Year: Junior
City/State: Colorado Springs, Colo.
High School: Cheyenne Mountain
Experience: Varsity Reserve


2005 (Sr.)ó
He saw action in five games, including the Champs Sports Bowl.  He had one assisted tackle on the regular season in 37 snaps, and he played about 10 additional ones against Clemson.  He returned from an injury (torn muscle) to participate in spring drills.  He had two assists in the three full spring scrimmages.

 

2004 (Jr.) -- He missed the entire season after suffering a torn pec muscle in summer conditioning.  He was to enter the fall third at defensive tackle.  He had two tackles in major spring scrimmage action.

 

2003 (Soph.) -- He saw action in one game, playing two snaps from scrimmage in the season opener against Colorado State in Denver.  He practiced the entire fall at defensive tackle and was a vital scout team performer. In the spring, he had two tackles, including a third down stop, in the three main scrimmages.

 

2002 (Fr.-RS) -- He dressed for nine games, but did not see any game action.  He practiced both inside and outside on the defensive front, starting the year at end before settling in at tackle.  He earned the Scout Team Defense Award for his play in practice for the Kansas State game.  In the spring, he had two tackles, one quarterback sack and a pass broken up in the three main scrimmages.

 

2001 (Fr.) -- Redshirted; joined the team as a walk-on for August drills and practiced the entire year at defensive end.

 

HIGH SCHOOL -- As a senior, he earned second-team all-state honors and honorable mention all-conference honors at defensive end, when he had 75 tackles (50 solo and 10 for losses), seven quarterback sacks, four passes broken up, two forced fumbles and two recoveries.  He was a first-team all-conference inside linebacker as a junior, posting 125 tackles (75 solo, 15 for losses), eight passes broken up, two sacks and an interception.  He had 100 tackles at the same position as a sophomore, with 10 for losses and two sacks, earning second team all-conference accolades.  He earned four letters in football as he had over 300 career tackles playing for coaches Carl Fetters and Bruce Gross.  Cheyenne Mountain was 8-3 his senior year, 5-6 his junior year, 4-6 his sophomore season and was the conference champ his freshman year with an 11-2 mark.  He was an honorable mention all-area performer in lacrosse as a senior, earning his school’s Most Improved Player honor.  He also lettered three times in track (shot put, discus) and once in wrestling.

 

ACADEMICS -- He is majoring in film studies at Colorado, as he is interested in becoming a movie producer after college, and is pursuing a minor in business.

 

PERSONAL -- Born June 3, 1982 in Peoria, Ill.  Hobbies include snowboarding, hunting and fly-fishing.  (Last name is pronounced cluh-ment.)

 


Season


G


Plays

Tackles
UT AT--TOT


TFL


Sacks


3DS


Hurr


FR


FF


PBU


Int

2003

1

2

0  0--0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2005

4

37

0  1--1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Totals

5

39

0  1--1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

                                               

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