Five Bobcats have been selected in the NFL Draft over the last six years
2007: Played in 12 games ... Named second-team All-MAC ... Recorded 27 solo tackles and assisted on another 32 ... Tackled offensive players 12.5 times behind the line of scrimmage for a total 47 yards ... Sacked the quarterback 1.5 times ... Recovered two fumbles ... Forced first career fumble against Virginia Tech (September 15) ... Recorded two career highs against Buffalo (October 6) for solo tackles with five and total tackles with nine.
2006: Started all 14 games ... Named second-team All-MAC ... Recorded a career-high 40 total tackles ... Led all Bobcat defensive linemen with 14.0 tackles for loss, which was a career best and ranked tied for 10th on the Ohio single-season list ... Totaled a career-best 2.5 sacks ... Recorded at least a share of a tackle for loss in nine games ... Had a career-high seven tackles, including 1.5 behind the line, against Western Michigan ... Tied his career high with four solo tackles at Kent State ... Had a career-high 3.5 tackles for loss against the Golden Flashes.
2005: Started all 11 games ... Recorded 28 tackles (16 solo) and two quarterback hurries on the season ... Tied with Matt Muncy for the team lead in tackles for loss with nine ... Recorded at least one tackle for loss in seven of the last eight games ... Had nine games in which he posted multiple tackles, including career-high games of four against Pittsburgh, Akron, and Miami ... Posted a career-high two tackles for loss against both Kent State and Miami ... Also set a career high in assisted tackles, recording two five times this season ... Had his first career solo sack against Buffalo and finished the season with 1.5.
2004: One of only three true freshmen to play in every game, despite battling a nagging ankle injury during second half of season ... Started three times while sharing reps at nose guard ... Recorded career high four tackles versus Buffalo, including one for loss ... Made three stops versus Kentucky ... Made three tackles, one for a loss, versus Marshall ... Registered three tackles at Toledo, including a four-yard tackle for loss on Rockets quarterback Bruce Gradkowski.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned all-state, all-area and all-region honors in his scholastic career at Spartanburg High School... A member of the Spartanburg Herald-Journal Fantastic 50 ... Played defensive line for coach Doc Davis ... Collected 107 tackles, 28 quarterback hurries and six sacks during his senior season ... Helped the Vikings win the state championship during sophomore season ... Participated in the Service Learning Program ... A four-year letterman in track.
PERSONAL: Undecided on a major ... Son of Charles and Carolyn Ragin.