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Lamon Means
Lamon Means


Galena Park, Texas

High School:
Galena Park

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 210




Arizona: 1L... Expected to compete for the starting job at strong safety entering the 2003 season... Played in 11 games for the Wildcats as a true freshman and started three games at free safety for an injured Jarvie Worcester in 2002... Ended the year with 26 tackles, a tackle for loss, and three pass breakups... Had two solo hits in the California game and returned a blocked punt for a 27-yard touchdown... Had a solo tackle in the Arizona State game... Had a tackle versus UCLA... Led the team with seven tackles and a pass breakup at Oregon State... Notched seven tackles and broke up a pass versus Washington State... Tallied a career-high eight hits and assisted on a tackle for loss at Stanford... Speedy player with a reported 4.45 40-yard dash time.

High School: Galena Park High School, Galena Park, Texas, 2002... Arizona continued its reach into the Texas prep ranks in 2002 and along with others came back with Means, a standout safety from Galena Park in the greater Houston area... Means received a three-star rating and a Top 50 safety mark from Recruited by several Big East, Big Ten and Big 12 schools... Listed No. 76 on the recruiting network Texas 100... Earned a spot on the Dallas Morning News Texas 100 list at No. 99 with a three-star rating... 95 tackles, seven forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one interceptions and 10 passes broken up as a defensive back... Also blocked a punt... Had 44 rushes for 249 yards and a touchdown his senior year as a running back... Also had 17 receptions for 191 yards and two scores as a wide receiver... Houston Touchdown Club finalist for Defensive Player of the Year... Defensive Player of Year honor for District 23-4A... Unanimous first-team all-district two consecutive years... Galena Park team Defensive Most Valuable Player... Earned Houston Chronicle Top 100 honors as well.

Means' Career Statistics

2002	11-3	16	10	26	0.5-2	3