AP Photos: Baylor at No. 3 Oklahoma State - 10/29/11
2013 CASINO DEL SOL COLLEGE ALL-STAR GAME
2009 ALL-BIG 12 FRESHMAN
2011 ALL-BIG 12 400-METER HURDLER (outdoor)
Four-year starting defensive back, made 212 career tackles, 21 breakups and three interceptions... Played in 2013 Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game following senior season, made interception... Started 33 (27 at cornerback, six at safety) of 43 career games played... Member of senior class that played in three straight bowl games for first time in school history and won back-to-back bowl games for first time since 1985-86... Sat out final five games of 2011 and spring 2012 camp recovering from knee surgery... All-Big 12 freshman honoree as true freshman in 2009... Earned All-Big 12 honors as hurdler for Baylor track team as sophomore, former state champion prep hurdler.
2012 (Senior): Started 11 of 13 games played in senior season... Totaled 80 tackles (61 solo, 1.5 for loss), five breakups and one forced fumble... 80 tackles ranked fifth-most on team... Came off bench in season's first two games, started final 11 including Holiday Bowl win... Started at safety in games three through six before moving to starting cornerback for final seven games... Made at least four tackles in every start... Tallied eight stops (six solo) at West Virginia in fourth game... Notched career-high 13 tackles (10 solo) in fifth game vs. TCU... Made 10 tackles at Iowa State in seventh game... Had team-high eight tackles, all solo, and one pass breakup in win over Texas Tech at Cowboys Stadium in 11th game... Over final four games made 27 tackles, all solo stops... Finished career with impressive nine-tackle (all solo, one for loss), one forced fumble and one breakup performance in Holiday Bowl win over No. 17 UCLA.
2011 (Junior): Played eight of 13 games, including seven starts, missed final five games due to injury... Totaled 48 tackles, including 40 solo (tied for sixth-most on team)... Also tallied six PBUs and forced one fumble... Third-team Midseason All-Big 12 by Phil Steele... Starter at cornerback for season's first five games (did not start at No. 21 Texas A&M)... Started at safety at No. 3 Oklahoma State and against Missouri... Opened season with at least one PBU in each of first five games... Led team with then-career-high 10 tackles (9 solo) in season-opening win vs. TCU... Also tallied PBU and forced fumble against Horned Frogs... Tallied six solo stops in week three win vs. Rice... Had game-high 10 tackles and two PBUs in week four loss at No. 14 Kansas State... Had six tackles (4 solo) in reserve role in week six loss at Texas A&M... Made six solo stops in week seven loss at Oklahoma State... Made one tackle in Homecoming game against Missouri before leaving game with injury... Named preseason third-team All-Big 12 by Phil Steele.
2010 (Sophomore): Played 10 of 13 games, including nine starts, missed three games due to injury... Totaled 48 tackles, including 38 solo (fifth-most on team)... Also had three pass breakups, 2.5 tackles-for-loss and an interception... Starter at cornerback for season's first eight games before being sidelined with lower-leg injury, returned to start Texas Bowl... Earned Baylor's Off-Season MVP Award... Had then-career-high eight tackles, one PBU, one forced fumble and assisted tackle-for-loss in week two win vs. Buffalo... Had four tackles and made one interception for seven yards in win at Rice in fourth game... Tied then-career high with eight tackles in games vs. Kansas and Texas Tech in fifth and six contests... Injured leg in closing moments of win vs. Kansas State in eighth game... Sat out three games recovering from injury... Returned in regular-season finale and saw snaps as reserve cornerback vs. No. 16 Oklahoma -- made two tackles... Started Texas Bowl vs. Illinois, made three tackles... Earned Midseason All-Big 12 third-team honors from Phil Steele before injury... Earned All-Big 12 honors in 400-meter hurdles at 2011 outdoor track and field championships.
2009 (True Freshman): Played all 12 games, started final six, as true freshman cornerback in 2009... Earned first collegiate letter... Named to All-Big12 freshman team by Sporting News, ESPN.com and Rivals.com... Totaled 36 tackles (22 solo) and team-high two interceptions on season, also responsible for squad's longest two returns of season (66-yard interception and 62-yard punt)... Shared team lead with four PBUs on season... One of eight true freshmen to letter in 2009... Played only special teams in season's first two games, saw first action from scrimmage in win over Northwestern State in third game... Burst on scene vs. NSU, making career-first interception and returning it 66 yards for touchdown in third quarter (team's longest return of season)... Saw action as nickelback and reserve cornerback vs. Kent State in fourth game, made second interception (on fourth-and-goal) as well as six tackles and season-high three pass breakups... Played nickelback and reserve cornerback vs. No. 19 Oklahoma and Iowa State... Earned first career start vs. No. 14 Oklahoma State in seventh game, remained in starting lineup remainder of season... Made season-high seven tackles (four solo) with one PBU vs. OSU... Recorded team's longest punt return of season vs. Nebraska in eighth game, a 62-yarder as third and final returner on double-lateralled punt... Made five tackles (four solo) in 11th game at Texas A&M.
High School: Talented dual-sport (football and track & field) athlete at Crosby (Texas) High School... State hurdles champion and star running back amassed more than 3,000 rushing yards in prep career at Crosby under head coach Kevin Flanigan... National position ranking among running backs: No. 90 by Scout.com, No. 113 by ESPN.com... Earned first-team All-District 19-4A honors at running back as senior in 2008... Honored as District 21-4A offensive MVP as junior in 2007... Led Crosby to 8-3 record, DIII bi-district finals and 6-1 record in District 21-4A in 2007... Rushed for 1,121 yards and 12 touchdowns as junior, added 16 receptions for 282 yards and two TDs... As sophomore ran for 1,030 yards and 15 touchdowns... Exceptional track and field athlete, won Class 4A gold in both 110- and 300-meter hurdles at 2008 UIL State Track and Field Championships as junior with times of 13.87 and 36.32... Qualified for state meet with 6-8 high jump as junior... Repeated as state champion as senior in 300m hurdles and was third in 110-meter hurdles.
Personal: Son of Walter and Elaine Casey... Full name is Chance Dylan Casey... Born March 11, 1991, in Southlake, Texas... Expected to graduate in May 2013 with a degree in speech communication.