2006: Named Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference ... Started 12 games and played in all 13 at linebacker ... Shared the team lead with 69 tackles on the season to go along with 8.5 tackles for loss, four sacks, four pass breakups, an interception, a blocked field goal, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery ... Voted by his teammates as one of four permanent captains ... Made the move back to linebacker from safety in the spring ... Was listed as the starter at WILL linebacker coming out of spring drills ... Collected five tackles and a fumble recovery in the Blue-White Spring Game ... Recorded six tackles, a pass breakup, and a forced fumble in 49 snaps played against FIU ... Had six tackles at Maryland in 55 plays to earn a "winning performance" by the coaches ... Registered four stops, including two for loss of yards in win over Tennessee Tech in 54 plays (was also recognized with a "winning performance") ... Collected four tackles in 62 plays and a pass breakup at Oklahoma ... His lone tackle in shutout win over North Texas was a sack, and he earned a "winning performance" ... Had four stops against Louisville in 61 plays ... Earned a "winning performance" at ULM after recording three tackles ... Collected six tackles and forced a fumble in win over Louisiana-Lafayette ... Named the Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 6 after recording a career-best 11 tackles to go along with a sack, two tackles for loss, a pass breakup, and a 50-yard fumble return for a touchdown against FAU ... Had a strong performance at ASU with six tackles, a sack, and a pass breakup, then added six tackles at South Carolina ... Enjoyed another huge game by getting seven tackles, a tackle for loss, an interception, and a blocked field goal ... Collected five tackles and a sack in Motor City Bowl against Central Michigan.
2005: Played in just the first three games of the year ... Had seven total tackles for the season ... In his first game back with the Blue Raiders, Rainey tallied five tackles (three solos) in the season opener at Alabama ... Came back to collect two stops against North Texas ... Missed the final eight games of the year with a knee injury.
2004: Named honorable mention all-Jayhawk Conference as a starter for Hutchinson (Kansas) Community College ... Recorded 86 tackles (66 solos), 13 tackles for loss, two sacks, one fumble recovery, and one forced fumble ... Hutchinson finished 13th nationally in the NJCAA poll.
2003: Played in all 12 games and started the last eight ... Finished eighth on the team in tackles with 46 to go along with three tackles for loss, a sack and a pass breakup ... Played mostly on special teams against FAU, Georgia, Clemson and Missouri ... Earned his first career start against Temple at strong safety and responded with three tackles ... Started against NMSU and had five tackles ... Registered three tackles and a fumble recovery versus North Texas and added four stops at Utah State ... Collected nine tackles in the win over Troy State ... Tallied a career-best 10 tackles and a sack against Louisiana-Lafayette ... Had eight tackles in the season finale against Arkansas State. 2002: Sat out the year due to NCAA academic requirements.
High School: A three-time region 3-4A selection and three-time all-area pick for Northwestern High School ... Rushed for 1,253 yards and 24 touchdowns in helping Northwestern to a 12-4 record and a runner-up finish in Class 4A in 2001 ... Also recorded 24 tackles and an interception on defense from his corner position ... Registered 189 yards rushing on 21 carries and three touchdowns in a game against Burns and still holds the South Carolina state record for touchdowns in a game with five his junior year ... Lettered in football, basketball, and track.
Personal: Parents: Kenny Springs and Angela Rainey ... Born: 5/4/84 ... Major: Physical Education.