Does exhibit above-average fluidity when asked to turn and run, does a nice job maintaining his footing and getting back up to speed quickly. Exhibits good straight-line speed when asked to run with receivers vertically. But, lacks the ability to make up for a false step and his lack of size keeps him from fighting through receivers in order to run under the football. Also displays some click and close ability when asked to play routes in front of him.
Will take a false step in order to regain his balance before driving on the football, costing him time when undercutting routes. But does have a good burst on the football once he can collect himself and takes proper angles on the throw. Possesses above-average ball skills, showcases natural coordination when asked to adjust and can get his hands on the throw when he gives himself a chance to make a play.
Impression: Has some athleticism and straight-line speed to his game, but isn't real physical, is raw with his footwork and struggles to sit into his stance and keep his feet under him for a smaller corner. Nothing more than a camp invite."
2009 (Junior) - Played and started in 11 games ... missed the first two games of the season ... first-team all-MWC ... seventh in the MWC in interceptions with a .27 per-game average ... three interceptions on the year ... led the team and ranked third in the MWC in KORs with a 25.1 average ... career- highs with five returns for 120 yards vs. TCU ... two returns for 96 yards, including a career-best 60-yard effort, at New Mexico ... named MWC defensive player of the week vs. San Diego State with a team-best seven tackles, two interceptions, a fumble recovery and a forced fumble ... returned the fumble recovery 47 yards for his first-career tou chdown ... career-best 10 tackles, including eight unassisted, and his first sack of the season vs. Wyoming ... school's career leader and ranks fifth in KOR and third in KOR yards in MWC history with 65 returns for 1,388 yards ... fourth in the MWC in fumble recoveries with a .18 avg (2 total) ... sixth in the MWC in fumbles forced with a .18 avg (2 total) ... enters the 2010 season as a preseason all-MWC selection by Phil Steele's Magazine.
2008 (Sophomore) - Started every game at corner ... on the punt and kickoff return teams and ranked third in the MWC and 18th nationally in punt returns with a 12.8 average ... fourth on the team in total tackles with 66, including 52 unassisted ... ranked fifth on the team in tackles for loss with 6.5 for 23 yards ... also had two quarterback sacks for 14 yards and forced two fumbles and recovered another ... led the team with three interceptions ... was the first Falcon to play both offense and defense in a game at the Academy since Chris Evans, who played both tight end and defensive end due to injuries against Army in 2006 ... LeRon Hudgins is the last player to play both ways significantly as a safety and running back in 1995 ... Hudgins was listed as a starter on defense and played most of the season as a backup halfback in the option offense ... had 102 all-purpose yards for a 20.2 average per touch vs. Southern Utah ... also had three tackles ... rushed four times for nine yards at Wyoming while returning one punt four yards and one kickoff return 22 yards ... also had four solo tackles, a tackle for loss and a forced fumble ... six solo tackles and the first two tackles for loss of his career vs. Houston ... also recorded his career-long punt return of 53 yards to set up an Air Force touchdown ... the return ranks as the 11th longest in school history and longest since Matt Farmer went 55 yards vs. New Mexico in 1998 ... seven tackles and the first quarterback sack and interception of his career vs. Utah ... collected a career-best 103 return yards vs. Navy, 94 on five kickoff returns ... recorded season-bests of four punt returns for 57 yards at Army ... had a 35-yard return that set up Air Force's go-ahead touchdown ... recorded two turnovers at Army with a fumble recovery and an interception ... career-best 10 total tackles vs. Colorado State ... had a half tackle for loss and an interception which he returned 17 yards to set up a score ... had 117 all-purpose yards ... two punt returns for 40 yards and two kickoff returns for 60 yards.
2007 (Freshman) - Played in every game, starting vs. New Mexico at corner ... recorded 22 total tackles, including 14 unassisted, with one pass breakup and one fumble recovery on the season ... then-career-best eight tackles, including six unassisted, vs. New Mexico ... four tackles vs. Utah ... three tackles, all unassisted, vs. Colorado State ... two tackles vs. San Diego State ... one of two players to return kickoffs ... had 16 returns for 364 yards, an average of 22.8 yards per return ... tied for ninth in the MWC in kickoff returns ... four returns for 80 yards vs. Navy, including a career-long return of 34 yards ... three returns for 71 yards vs. BYU with a long of 28 ... three returns for 75 yards vs. Colorado State.
High School - Lettered two years in football and track ... first-team all-district, first-team all-area, third-team all-Texas and team defensive back of the year as a senior ... all-district as a junior ... a Texas state finalist in the 4x100 relay ... high school football coach was Cody Vanderford.
Personal - Son of Reginald and Ida Rembert ... member of cadet squadron 5 ... major is systems engineering management ... was the 2nd BCT Squadron Commander during Basic Cadet Training ... also took two summer classes ... person in history he would most like to meet is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ... something most people don't know about him is that he loves to sing ... favorite athlete is Deion Sanders ... favorite NFL team is the Dallas Cowboys ... earned two letters in track and field at the Academy ... placed seventh in the 60-meter dash at the 2009 MWC Indoor Championships ... clocked the second-fastest time on the team (6.95, converted for track size) at the 2009 Robert Shine Invitational to earn the program's Newcomer of the Week award ... plans on working in the acquisitions field after graduation.
Strengths: A smart, consistent player who has very good speed, balance, and athleticism. Is fluid in his hips in turning and running with receivers down the field and in breaking down to drive on a receiver's route. Has the speed to recover and close the gap on deep routes. Good awareness in coverage and has the ball skills to make plays on the ball in the air. Maintains good leverage and force in the running game. Is physical and willing to get dirty in the running game, is able to shed blocks, and is a solid tackler.
Weaknesses: Size could scare teams away. His aggressive, physical play allows him to get beat occasionally. Good athleticism, but not consistently explosive in his transition once driving on a route.
Projection: UDFA who lacks the prototypical size but has the speed, athleticism, and ball skills to compete at the NFL level after his two year service academy commitment."