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Curtis  Meyers

Player Profile

RS Senior

Harrison, Ohio

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 254



Bobcats End Regular Season With Win Over Miami

Ohio picks up 21-14 victory, will carry five-game win streak into Mid-American Conference championship game


MAC Championship - AP Photo Gallery

MAC Championship - AP Photo Gallery

Curtis Meyers Photo Gallery

2010: Finished the season with 14 tackles, four solo ... Season-high four tackles and one interception against Toledo on Sept. 11 ... Recorded two tackles, one solo, against Louisiana on Oct. 30 including one sack ... Had two tackles against the Troy Trojans on Dec. 18 ... Had two tackles against Wofford on Sept. 4 and against Akron on Oct. 16 ... Had one solo tackle at Ohio State on Sept. 18 and at Kent State on Nov. 26 ... Posted one quarterback hurry at Miami on Oct. 23.

2009: Received a medical redshirt due to a preseason injury

2008: Played in 11 games, starting nine...Missed the Temple game due to injury...Posted 29 tackles, four tackles for loss, two sacks and one fumble recovery...Had seven stops (including two sacks) against VMI and six against Bowling Green

2007: Played in eight games as a true freshman ... Recorded five tackles, including two solo tackles and half of a tackle for loss

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four times at Harrison ... Recorded 112 tackles, 14 for a loss, with six sacks and three forced fumbles as a senior ... His 33 career tackles for a loss was second in school history behind only his older brother Jordan, a current Bobcat linebacker ... Finished fifth in school history with 293 career tackles ... Named Southwest Ohio Division II Defensive Player of the Year in 2006 ... Cincinnati Enquirer Division II Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... Earned First-Team Division II All-State Accolades ... Named the Fort Ancient Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year ... Earned the Anthony Munoz Foundation Division II Defensive Lineman of the Year award ... Named team MVP and helped team to conference co-championship as a senior.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Recreation Management...Son of Rhonda and Mark Meyers