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Class: Sr.
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
Height: 6-3
Weight: 221
Sport: Football
Position: LB


- Missed spring practice after having knee surgery on Dec. 11
- After starting two years at spur safety, moved to star linebacker in new 3-4 defensive scheme

2011 (Jr.)
- Started all 11 games in which he played, missing Cincinnati (head injury) and Clemson (knee injury)
- Ranked No. 13 in the Big East in total tackles
- Ranked No. 4 on the team in sacks (3.5); tied for second on the team in interceptions (2)
- WVU Defensive Champion: Marshall
- Set career highs and had game-high honors against Pitt with nine solo tackles and 14 total tackles; also had a game-high five solo stops and one tackle for loss
- Tied for team high with six unassisted tackles against Louisville
- Recorded five tackles and one pass defended at Rutgers
- Had game, season and career highs in sacks and tackles for loss against UConn with 1.5 each; also had five total tackles
- Recorded six tackles, one interception, one tackle for loss and a game-high one sack against Bowling Green
- Recorded six tackles against LSU
- Had first career interception and returned it for touchdown at Maryland
- Recorded a team-high six tackles against Norfolk State

2010 (So.)
- Started all 13 games
- Ranked No. 16 in the Big East in tackles per game
- All-Big East Third Team by Phil Steele
- WVU Defensive Champion: Coastal Carolina, USF, Louisville
- Finished with 76 total tackles, including 41 unassisted tackles, one sack, 4.5 tackles for loss, four pass breakups, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries
- Collected five or more tackles in nine games
- Registered a season-high 10 tackles against Coastal Carolina, including four solo stops and assisted on a tackle for loss
- Assisted on seven tackles at Marshall and had a pass breakup
- Tied for the team-lead with seven tackles against UNLV, including four unassisted tackles, a pass breakup, assisted on a tackle for loss
- Finished with seven unassisted tackles against USF

2009 (Fr.)
- Played in 10 games
- Finished with 10 tackles for the season, including three unassisted tackles

High School
- Coached by Brian Abbott at Loyola Blakefield High
- Maryland Consensus all-state team as a defensive back
- Played in the Maryland Crab Bowl, the state’s all-star game
- Made 32 tackles and intercepted two passes on defense
- Helped Loyola to three MIAA Class A Conference titles
- As a senior, finished with 32 tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery

- Birthday is Jan. 1
- Son of Terry and Pat Garvin
- Youngest of two children
- Majoring in multidisciplinary studies

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