Antwan Goodley posts team-high four catches for 75 yards.
2015 (Sophomore): Played all 13 games on special teams and as backup lineman as sophomore… Backup on offensive line that paved way for nation’s No. 2-ranked rushing offense (326.7 ypg) and led Big 12 with 1.15 average sacks allowed… Averaged 79.8 percent grade in five games received coaches grades, registered no knockdowns… Saw action from scrimmage in season’s first six games, played exclusively on special teams in final seven games… Earned grades of 78 percent (at SMU, first game), 77 percent (Lamar, second game) and 79 percent (Rice, third game) in season’s first three games… Graded 80 percent with zero knockdowns in win vs. Texas Tech in fourth game… Earned season-best grade of 85 percent in win at Kansas in fifth game.
2014 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in six of 13 games as reserve offensive lineman and on special teams for 2014 Big 12 champions… Earned first collegiate letter… Made collegiate debut in win over Kansas in eighth game… Played final six games, saw action in two as reserve lineman and exclusively on special teams in final four.
2013 (True Freshman): Sat out first season at Baylor and participated on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility.
High School: Defensive lineman from Hutto (Texas) High School… Three-year varsity starter under head coach Steve Hale at HHS… Rated No. 69 among nation’s defensive ends by 247Sports.com… Named first-team 2012 All-District 17-4A defensive end as senior… Totaled 48 tackles, five for loss, one sack, four QB hurries and three forced fumbles in 2012… Led Hutto to 9-2 record and 2011 DII bi-district finals as junior… Had 53 tackles and six sacks as junior… Starter as sophomore on HHS’s 9-2 2010 squad that won first district title since 1970s and reached DII bi-district finals… Named 2010 District 16-4A Defensive Newcomer of Year.
Personal: Son of Curtis and Katrina Thrift... Full name is Tanner Nelson Thrift... Born Feb. 22, 1995, in Hutto, Texas... Father played football at Texas... Majoring in communication studies.