CAREER: Senior cornerback who has played in 20 games over the last four years…Saw action in 10 games and garnered four starts in 2007
2007 (JUNIOR): Played in 10 games, making four starts and playing in the cornerback rotation all season … Led the cornerbacks with 30 tackles (14 solo), adding four pass breakups … Stellar player on special teams … Made the first start of his career at right cornerback against FIU and played 49 downs and made five tackles (two solo), adding two passes defensed … Saw extensive action in the cornerback rotation on 28 plays, making three assisted tackles and one pass defensed against Texas A&M … Started at right cornerback against Duke seeing action on 43 plays on defense, making five tackles (four solo) … Started at right cornerback and played 46 downs, making a career-high seven tackles (three solo) at North Carolina … Started at right cornerback and made four tackles (two solo) in win at Florida State … Also played on special teams in games against Boston College, Marshall, Oklahoma, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech.
2006 (SOPHOMORE): Reserve cornerback and special teams performer who saw action in seven games. Saw his first action in two years vs. Florida A&M…Returned against Georgia Tech and played on special teams in the final six games.
2005 (MEDICAL REDSHIRT): Missed the entire season due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee suffered during spring practice … Practiced on the scout team before the Peach Bowl…Received a medical redshirt.
2004 (FRESHMAN): Played on special teams for the final month of the season…Played in three games (Clemson, Virginia and Wake Forest), making two tackles.
HIGH SCHOOL: Rated the No. 10 player in Tennessee by SuperPrep…Named to the Memphis Commercial Appeal’s 2003 “Best of the Preps” Team…Played cornerback and wide receiver as a senior after playing tight end and receiver in previous years…Moved to defense for the first time in the spring before his senior season and was an immediate impact player…As a senior in 2003, intercepted six passes while leading 11-2 Melrose to the Class 4A state semifinals…Also played basketball and ran track…Was the runner-up in the 110-meter hurdles and 300-meter hurdles at the 2003 Tennessee Track & Field Championships…Has run a best of 14.3 in the 110 hurdles…Chose Miami over Auburn, Arkansas, Louisville and Mississippi…Began playing organized football at age six, at the urging of his grandmother…Coached by Kenny Ingram.
CARLOS ARMOUR’S CAREER STATISTICS
|2005||Did not play – Medical redshirt|