2005: Saw action in 11 games and made nine starts at cornerback as a junior ... Earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors from the league's coaches ... No. 11 on squad with 24 tackles (15 solos) ... Also credited with three pass breakups, three interceptions, a fumble recovery and a blocked field goal ... Tied for No. 9 in the Big 12 and No. 68 nationally with three picks ... Posted a career-high six tackles (three solos) and a fumble recovery against Nebraska ... Also had five stops (three solos) at Army ... Registered five multi-tackle efforts ... Recorded interceptions against Texas A&M, Oklahoma and No. 16 Texas Tech ... His pick at Oklahoma came on the final play of regulation and forced overtime ... Totaled a career-high tying two pass breakups at Iowa State ... Blocked first quarter SMU field goal attempt ... Played 592 snaps to earn third varsity letter.
2004: Started 10 of 11 games in the Baylor secondary as a sophomore to earn his second letter and produced eight multi-tackle performances ... Tied for second on the squad in pass breakups (four) and ranked No. 9 in total tackles with 26, 20 of which were solo stops ... Recorded a then-career-high tying four tackles three times (at No. 5 Texas, vs. Iowa State, vs. No. 16 Texas A&M) and a career-best two pass breakups vs. Missouri ... Also had three tackles vs. Missouri and at Texas Tech ... Against Texas Tech, he recorded his first career interception which he returned six yards ... Saw action on 613 plays for the Bears.
2003: Played in all 12 games with two starts (vs. Texas Tech, at No. 1 Oklahoma) at cornerback to earn his first letter ... Credited with 19 tackles on the year, including 17 solos, to go with one fumble recovery and a pass breakup ... Had six multiple-tackle games, one of which was a thencareer-best four-tackle (all solos) performance against No. 19 Texas ... His fumble recovery came in the Bears' upset win over Colorado.
2002: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Madison High School, San Antonio, Texas ... The 2000 San Antonio Express-News Greater San Antonio Defensive Player of the Year ... Had 42 tackles, four interceptions, five pass breakups and two fumble recoveries as a senior ... A two-way performer, he also caught 17 passes for 506 yards and four touchdowns ... Returned four kicks for touchdowns (three kickoffs and one punt) ... Named first-team All-District 26-5A at both defensive back and wide receiver ... Made 30 tackles as a junior ... Earned honorable mention 5A all-state honors from the Texas Sports Writers Association ... Rated as Texas' 43rd-best prospect and one of the nation's top 18 free safeties by Max Emfinger ... Named one of the top 100 prospects in Texas by The Dallas Morning News (86th), Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express-News (50th) and Waco Tribune-Herald (top 50) ... Rated the nation's 30th-best safety by Rivals100.com ... Also listed among the state's 47 best defensive backs by Texas Football and was a Texas Top 300 pick ... In addition to lettering three seasons in football, earned four letters in track ... Coached by Jim Streety at the District 26-5A school.
Personal: Son of Robert and Helen Arline, Anthony Danté Arline was born Oct. 12, 1983, in San Jose, Calif. ... Celebrates his 23rd birthday two days before Baylor's Oct. 14 game at defending national champion Texas ... Sociology major.
ARLINE'S Single-Game Bests
Tackles: 6 vs. Nebraska, Oct. 15, 2005
Solo Tackles: 4, twice
Interceptions: 1, four times
Pass Breakups: 2, twice
ARLINE'S Career Statistics
Other: 1 Blk. Kick