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Rod Issac

Class: Jr.
Position: DB
Height: 5-11
Weight: 185 pounds
Previous School: Miami-Dade Central HS
Hometown: Miami, FL

Honors: 2008 - Voted the most improved cornerback in strength and conditioning during the spring.

2009: Played and started all 13 games ... Led all corner backs with 977 snaps including a season-high 98 at FAU ... Had 80 or more snaps five times ... Earned nine winning grades from the coaches ... Was third on the team and led all defensive backs with a career-best 72 tackles and had a team-high 53 solo stops ... Also had 5.5 TFLs, seven pass breakups, a forced fumble, and a blocked kick ... Collected four tackles, including a TFL in loss at Clemson ... Turned in six unassisted stops against Memphis ... Had five tackles and two pass breakups in win over Maryland ... Registered six tackles and a blocked field goal against North Texas ... Added five stops against Troy ... Had four tackles and a forced fumble against Mississippi State ... Finished with six tackles at FAU ... Led the Blue Raiders with 10 tackles (9 solos) and a pass breakup against FIU ... Led the team for the second straight game with nine tackles to go with 1.5 TFLs against ULL ... Had seven tackles, a TFL and a pass breakup against ASU ... Recorded five stops, a TFL, and two pass breakups at ULM.

2008: Saw action in 10 games and had seven starts ... Was eighth on the team with 32 tackles ... Also had two TFLs, an interception, two pass breakups, a fumble recovery, and a forced fumble ... Was second among corners with 560 snaps, including a season-best 89 against ULM ... Earned nine winning grades from the coaches ... Had three tackles, including a tackle for loss against Troy but suffered a high ankle sprain in the last minute of the game which kept him out of the Maryland and Kentucky games ... Made his return against Arkansas State but did not collect a tackle ... Had two tackles in 20 snaps against FAU ... Returned to the starting lineup at FIU and had four tackles and a forced fumble ... Had two stops at Louisville and followed with five tackles and a TFL against Mississippi State ... Collected a career-best six tackles in win over ULM and had a key tackle when he chased down a Warhawk quarterback after a 74-yard run and ULM ended up not scoring any points ... Had his first interception of the season and a pass breakup at WKU to go with four stops ... Registered four tackles, a fumble recovery, and a pass breakup against North Texas.

2007: Saw action in 11 games and tallied five starts ... Finished the year with 31 tackles, an interception, three pass breakups, and a fumble recovery for a touchdown ... Played 477 snaps including a high of 68 at North Texas ... Was third on the team in special teams tackles with eight ... Played 20 total snaps (four on special teams) and collected one stop at FAU ... Came up with six tackles at Louisville and played a total of 44 snaps ... Made his first collegiate start as a fifth defensive back against LSU and responded with two tackles ... Added three tackles against WKU ... Did not play against FIU due to an ankle injury ... Had two tackles in his return against Virginia ... Turned in one tackle and two pass breakups at Memphis ... Shared the team lead with six tackles against Arkansas State and recorded his first collegiate touchdown when he returned a fumble 42 yards ... Had three stops at ULM ... Came up with his first career interception in home loss to ULL ... Credited with four tackles at Troy.

High School: Collected 31 tackles, an interception, and a fumble recovery in helping lead Miami-Dade to a 11-2 record in 2006 ... Voted all-Dade second team in 2006 ... Named to Dade-Broward County All-Star team ... Earned defensive back of the week honors six times in 11 games ... Had 32 tackles as a junior ... Played for Coach Anthony Saunders.

Full Name: Roderick Devone Issac ... Parents: Roy and Mamie Issac ... Born: 2/20/89 ... Major: Organizational Communication.



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