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Nathan Pauly
38  Nathan Pauly

Conway Springs, Kan.

High School:
Conway Springs

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 218




2007 (Senior): Dressed for all 12 contests and played in six, including the last three as the starting weak-side linebacker...Finished with 26 stops (13 solo) and two tackles for loss...Made his 2007 debut late in win at UNLV (Oct. 20), registering one tackle, then added another assisted stop the following week vs. Utah (Oct. 27)...Received his most `07 playing time to that point at BYU (Nov. 3) and notched four stops (one solo), including one tackle for loss...That effort persuaded coaches to give him the nod at weak-side linebacker the following week at New Mexico (Nov. 10), his first start since Oct. 28, 2005, in CSU's last trip to Albuquerque; had five stops, and in the second quarter pressured QB Donovan Porterie as CSU came inches from recording a safety...Late in Lobos contest, with the score 23-23, combined with Jeff Horinek to stop Paul Baker on third down and force a punt...Started in win vs. Georgia Southern (Nov. 17) and contributed seven stops (five solo), then matched his career-high with eight tackles (four solo) in collegiate finale, vs. Wyoming (Nov. 23). 2006 (Junior): Saw playing time in the season opener vs. Weber State and had one tackle...Missed the last eight games due to injury. 2005 (Sophomore): Earned the start and made three tackles against New Mexico...Named academic all-conference...Saw extensive playing time and was credited with three tackles, two TFL and one sack against Wyoming. 2004 (Freshman): Had seven stops against Air Force, including one tackle for loss...Was second on the team with eight tackles against UNLV...Made two tackles against Utah...Had four solo stops against New Mexico in first career start...Made first career sack in 7-yard takedown against Wyoming; added a career-best five tackles against the Cowboys. 2003: Redshirted. High School: Named as the Kansas Defensive Player of the Year in 2002, when he led Conway Springs (Kan.) High School to the state championship with a 14-0 record...Listed among the top seven prospects in the state as a senior by recruiting Web site also called him one of the top 70 linebackers nationally...A two-time all-conference and all-state selection, also earned a spot on the Wichita Eagle Elite 11 list of the state's finest players...Prep coach was Mark Bliss...Earned four football letters and also competed in basketball and track...Played linebacker on defense and was a blocking back in Conway Springs' single-wing offense...Caught 18 passes for 377 yards and two touchdowns...Also rushed eight times for 77 yards and one touchdown...Named unanimous all-conference in 2000 and `01...Named to Kansas' "Top 33" team in 2001...Selected to play in the Shrine Bowl all-star game...Honorable mention prep All-America...Set school record -- formerly held by his brother, Eric -- with 394 career tackles; had 11.5 career sacks and eight fumble recoveries, one of which he returned for a touchdown...Forced 16 fumbles and had four career interceptions...Conway Springs had a 43-3 record during his career, including back-to-back state titles (2001-02)...Also recruited by Kansas, Vanderbilt, Oklahoma State, Indiana and Connecticut. Personal: Born July 12, 1985, in Wichita, Kan. ...Son of Jay and Diane Pauly...Has seven brothers and two sisters...Older brother Eric earned academic All-American honors for the Rams as a linebacker...Full name: Nathan Richard Pauly.


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