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James  Todd


Marshall, Texas

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180





Baylor Football vs. Colorado - 10/07/2006

2006: Baylor's No. 2 cornerback behind Anthony Arline, fifth-year senior James Todd is one of six returning Baylor defenders with at least 10 career starts to their credit ... Todd, who made two starts in 2005 and 13 over his first three seasons as a Bear, has 19 career pass breakups and needs five to crack Baylor's all-time list ... One of six 2006 Bears who will be playing with his college degree in hand, he received his communications specialist degree in May 2006 and is now working toward a master's degree in sports administration.

2005: Saw action in all 11 games at cornerback and earned two starts to pick up third monogram ... Finished No. 10 on squad in tackles with 26 stops, 22 of which were solos ... Also had a team-high nine pass breakups, two tackles for losses totaling five yards and an interception ... Tied for No. 7 in Big 12 with 0.91 passes defended per game ... Six multi-tackle performances included five straight to close season ... Registered a career-high seven tackles (four solos) and two pass breakups at Oklahoma ... Totaled five stops (all solos, a career-best) and two pass breakups vs. No. 16 Texas Tech ... Had four tackles (all solo) and his only pick of the season vs. Samford ... Three stops (two solo) vs. No. 2 Texas ... Tallied a season-high three pass breakups at Texas A&M ... Played 540 snaps ... Named to spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2004: Played in all 11 games at cornerback and made five starts as a sophomore to receive his second letter ... Tallied a season-high three tackles three times (at No. 5 Texas, vs. Missouri, at Nebraska) and finished the season with 18 stops, six of which were solos ... Had seven multi-tackle efforts and a team-high five pass breakups ... Recorded a career-high four pass breakups against North Texas ... Had two tackles (both solo) and both his first career tackle for loss and fumble recovery in the Bears' upset of No. 16 Texas A&M ... Played 520 snaps.

2003: Appeared in 11 games and drew six starts as a redshirt freshman to earn his first varsity letter ... Credited with 16 tackles, including 11 solos, with four multi-tackle games ... Also had five pass breakups, an interception, a blocked kick and a safety ... Had a career-high four tackles, including three solos, against No. 19 Texas, and had three tackles (two solo) at No. 1 Oklahoma ... Recorded first career interception in the Bears' 42-30 win over two-time Big 12 North champ Colorado ... Blocked a punt in the UAB game out of the end zone for a safety and recovered a blocked punt in the end zone at Kansas for a touchdown.

2002: Redshirted as a true freshman.

High School: Marshall High School, Marshall, Texas ... First-team all-district as a senior ... Named honorable mention 5A all-state by the Texas Sports Writers Association ... During senior season had 38 tackles, 23 of which were solos, two interceptions, four pass deflections and one fumble recovery ... Finished career with nine interceptions, 147 tackles, three blocked punts and four fumble recoveries ... Also lettered in track and basketball ... Honor roll student was a Texas Scholar ... Coached by Bill Harper at the District 12-5A school.

Personal: The son of Paul and Jamie Todd, James Edward Todd was born Aug. 2, 1984, in Longview, Texas ... Received communications specialist degree from Baylor in May 2006 and is enrolled in Baylor's sports administration master's degree program.

TODD'S Single-Game Bests
Tackles: 7 at Oklahoma, Oct. 22, 2005
Solo Tackles: 5 vs. Texas Tech, Oct. 29, 2005
Tackles for Loss: 1, three times
Pass Breakups: 4 vs. North Texas, Sept. 25, 2004
Interceptions: 1, twice

TODD'S Career Statistics


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