2007: Named First Team All-MAC Defense for second-straight season ... named Second Team Phil Steele's All-MAC Defense ... started 10 of his 12 games ... had four tackles at West Virginia (9/1) ... registered six total tackles vs. Indiana (9/8) ... had seven tackles at Missouri (9/15) ... recovered a muffed fair catch and had four solo tackles vs. Central Conn. State (9/22) ... recorded sixth-career interception for a 53 yard return at Toledo (9/29), had four total tackles with a loss of four yards ... set a school record of six break-up plays vs. Akron (10/6), including three on consecutive plays and had a season high eight tackles (seven solo) ... named Phil Steele's First Team Mid-Season All Conference (10/12) ... totaled six tackles (five solo) vs. Ball State (10/20) ... had seven stops (five solo) at Eastern Michigan (10/27) ... had six tackles (four solo) and one break-up play at Iowa (11/17) ... had two tackles for a loss of two yards and one break-up play vs. Temple (11/24) ... led Western Michigan with 16 pass deflections, ranking second in a single-season at WMU and ranked second in the conference.
2006: Started all 12 games played ... Made debut as a corner back vs. Indiana (9/2) with three tackles and one pass breakup ... had five total tackles, career-high two interceptions for 106 return yards including a 92 yard interception return for a touchdown (third longest in WMU history) vs. Toledo (9/9) ... had seven total tackles vs. Virginia (9/16) ...had three total tackles, one interception for 17 yards, one fumble recovery for 38 yards and a touchdown vs. Temple (9/23) off a blocked kick ... named MAC West Defensive Player of the Week (9/25) ... had five total tackles and one interception vs. Northern Illinois (10/14) ... had five tackles and one interception vs. Ball State (10/21) ... had six tackles vs. Miami (11/4) ... had three tackles and one forced fumble vs. Central Michigan (11/10) ... had four tackles vs. Florida State (11/18) ... named First Team All-MAC Defense ... led MAC in interceptions (six) ... had eight tackles vs. Cincinnati in the International Bowl (1/6).
2005: Appeared in seven games and made one start ... finished season with three tackles (one solo), one blocked kick ... made collegiate debut at Temple (9/24), making one solo stop ... made first collegiate start at Bowling Green (10/22) ... blocked kick against Kent State (10/29).
2004: Redshirted ... Special Teams Stallion of the Week (11/8).
HIGH SCHOOL: Receiver, defensive back, kick returner ... fast receiver with great hands ... runs good routes and excels at gaining yardage after the catch ... Philadelphia Inquirer All-South Jersey First Team selection ... all-state third team pick ... All-Parochial First Team selection ... named to All-Burlington County First Team ... coached by Jerry McConnell.
PERSONAL: Majoring in human resource management... son of Irving and Jacqueline Fryar ... father player 18 seasons in the NFL with New England, Miami, Philadelphia and Washington ... born May 19, 1986 in Stoughton, Mass.