Player Bio

Roy Robertson-Harris
DL #74
Height:
6-7
Weight:
268
Age:
24
College:
UTEP
Experience:
1

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Biography

2015: Started in all 12 games, was named team captain, ranked third on the team in tackles with 51 stops (27s/24a), while adding 7.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks (14 yards) and four pass breakups, led the team in quarterback hurries with nine, registered a season-best seven tackles (six solo) versus...

2015: Started in all 12 games, was named team captain, ranked third on the team in tackles with 51 stops (27s/24a), while adding 7.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks (14 yards) and four pass breakups, led the team in quarterback hurries with nine, registered a season-best seven tackles (six solo) versus Southern Miss and had a quarterback hurry, recorded back-to-back sacks against Rice and Old Dominion, notched tackles for loss in eight games, tallied five stops, an assisted tackle for loss and an assisted sack at FIU, posted four tackles or more in 8 showings, part of the defensive effort that yield a season-low 307 total yards against LA Tech, contributing six stops (four solo) and a pass breakup.

2014: Started all 13 games, registered 36 tackles (20s/16a), team leader in tackles for loss (9.5 -- 27 yards), sacks (3.5 -- 19 yards), forced fumbles (four) and quarterback hurries (six), while tallying three pass breakups and a fumble recovery, tied for second in forced fumbles in conference, best game came against Southern Miss, tying a season high in tackles (five), tying a career high in tackles for loss (three), recording a season-high two sacks and establishing a career-high in forced fumbles (two), tallied four stops, two tackles for loss, a forced fumble and three quarterback hurries versus rival NM State, recorded three tackles, 0.5 sack, a quarterback hurry and two breakups during a win over Old Dominion, had five tackles at WKU, led team to the New Mexico Bowl, its first since 2010.

2013: Saw action in all 12 games, making eight starts at the defensive end position, registered 34 tackles (12s/22a), ranked second on defense with six tackles for loss (23 yards), ranked second on team with 3.5 sacks (17 yards), recorded two pass breakups, one quarterback hurry and a fumble recovery, established career-best 10 tackles (3s/7a), including career-highs in tackles for losses (three, 16 yards) and quarterback sacks (2.5, 16 yards) against LA Tech, tallied two stops, 1.5 tackles for losses, a sack and a fumble recovery during a home victory over FIU, notched four tackles and a pass breakup versus UTSA.

2012: Appeared in 10 contests, overall made 17 tackles, with three solo stops, contributed a career-best four tackles at Tulsa, chipped in a sack, the first of his career, against No. 4 Oklahoma, combined for five tackles in the final two contests of the campaign.

2011: Redshirted.

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