Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday

2012: Played in 11 games as a true freshman, mostly on special teams but also saw some time with the secondary ... Was one of six true freshman to play on defense during the season ... Earned his first career start at the "spur" position in the bowl game against Nevada ... Had 10 solo and two assisted tackles for a total of 12 stops ... Logged season-high seven tackles, including a tackle for a loss of two yards, and forced his first career fumble in the bowl win over the Wolf Pack ... Broke up one pass in the Oregon State game.

High School: Threw for 1,044 yards with nine touchdowns in 2011 ... 59 carries for 330 yards and seven TDs ... Played quarterback and linebacker for the Colts ... Also played guard for top-rated Chartiers Valley basketball team and was highly recruited to play at the collegiate level.

Personal: Son of Wayne, Sr. and Robbin Capers ... Father played football at Kansas and for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Indianapolis Colts ... Mother played basketball for Kansas.

Career Stats            
Year G/GS UA-A Total TFL-Yds PBU FF
2012 11/1 10-2 12 1.0-2 1 1
Total 11/1 10-2 12 1.0-2 1 1