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Giants 5th Round Selection - Jonathan Goff ILB

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http://vucommodores.cstv.com/sports/m-foot...jonathan00.html

 

 

SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

SOLO TACKLES: 9, twice, most recently at Tennessee, 11/19/2005

TOTAL TACKLES: 14, at Arkansas, 9/10/2005

 

2006

Defensive captain... Started every game at middle linebacker, extending career consecutive start streak to 27 games... Named Second team All-Southeastern Conference linebacker in coaches' ballot... Recipient of team's postseason Most Valuable Linebacker Award... Topped Commodores with 67 solo tackles and 93 total tackles, and ranked among team leaders with four quarterback hurries (T-1st), six tackles for loss (T-5th), 2.5 quarterback sacks (5th) and two forced fumbles (T-3rd)... Achieved at least five total tackles in all but one game... Started season in strong fashion, earning team's Defensive Player of the Week honors against Michigan after setting career highs in solo stops (12) and total tackles (14) in front of 109,000 fans and a national ESPN audience at Ann Arbor... Also blocked a Wolverine field goal attempt... Returned in Week 2 to produce another outstanding individual performance at Alabama, racking up 13 total tackles and a pair of forced fumbles in narrow loss to Crimson Tide... Contributed seven tackles in Commodore road win at Georgia and 10 total tackles and a sack in road win at Duke... Shared team's Defensive Player of the Week honors after nine-tackle, one-sack effort in narrow home loss to Florida... Helped Commodores stage late comeback against eventual national champion Gators with two individual defensive plays: an interception of Chris Leak attempt deep in Vanderbilt territory and timely tackle for loss of QB Tim Tebow on third down that halted another second half Florida drive.

 

2005

Showed continued improvement in every game as starter at middle linebacker... Concluded season as team's third leading tackler with 47 solo stops and 63 total tackles... Established new season career highs in virtually every defensive category, including tackles for loss (3) and quarterback hurries (2)... Also contributed a quarterback sack and two defensed passes... Named team's Defensive Player of the Week after nine-tackle performance versus Kentucky... Played superb game in season-ending win at Tennessee, posting 10-tackle effort... Set single game career high with 14 tackles in early season road win at Arkansas... Totalled at least four tackles in nine games.

 

2004

Played in every game, starting final four outings at middle linebacker... First collegiate start came at LSU... Set single-game career highs in primary tackles (7) and total tackles (9) at Kentucky... Contributed seven tackles versus Florida... In first start, had five tackles and forced fumble at LSU... Posted five tackles in finale versus Tennessee... Co-Defensive Player of the Week at Kentucky... Special Teams Player of the Week versus Eastern Kentucky.

 

2003

Redshirted. Earned scout team Defensive Player of the Week honors after UT-Chattanooga and Mississippi State games.

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

SOLO TACKLES: 9, twice, most recently at Tennessee, 11/19/2005

TOTAL TACKLES: 14, at Arkansas, 9/10/2005

 

2006

Defensive captain... Started every game at middle linebacker, extending career consecutive start streak to 27 games... Named Second team All-Southeastern Conference linebacker in coaches' ballot... Recipient of team's postseason Most Valuable Linebacker Award... Topped Commodores with 67 solo tackles and 93 total tackles, and ranked among team leaders with four quarterback hurries (T-1st), six tackles for loss (T-5th), 2.5 quarterback sacks (5th) and two forced fumbles (T-3rd)... Achieved at least five total tackles in all but one game... Started season in strong fashion, earning team's Defensive Player of the Week honors against Michigan after setting career highs in solo stops (12) and total tackles (14) in front of 109,000 fans and a national ESPN audience at Ann Arbor... Also blocked a Wolverine field goal attempt... Returned in Week 2 to produce another outstanding individual performance at Alabama, racking up 13 total tackles and a pair of forced fumbles in narrow loss to Crimson Tide... Contributed seven tackles in Commodore road win at Georgia and 10 total tackles and a sack in road win at Duke... Shared team's Defensive Player of the Week honors after nine-tackle, one-sack effort in narrow home loss to Florida... Helped Commodores stage late comeback against eventual national champion Gators with two individual defensive plays: an interception of Chris Leak attempt deep in Vanderbilt territory and timely tackle for loss of QB Tim Tebow on third down that halted another second half Florida drive.

 

2005

Showed continued improvement in every game as starter at middle linebacker... Concluded season as team's third leading tackler with 47 solo stops and 63 total tackles... Established new season career highs in virtually every defensive category, including tackles for loss (3) and quarterback hurries (2)... Also contributed a quarterback sack and two defensed passes... Named team's Defensive Player of the Week after nine-tackle performance versus Kentucky... Played superb game in season-ending win at Tennessee, posting 10-tackle effort... Set single game career high with 14 tackles in early season road win at Arkansas... Totalled at least four tackles in nine games.

 

2004

Played in every game, starting final four outings at middle linebacker... First collegiate start came at LSU... Set single-game career highs in primary tackles (7) and total tackles (9) at Kentucky... Contributed seven tackles versus Florida... In first start, had five tackles and forced fumble at LSU... Posted five tackles in finale versus Tennessee... Co-Defensive Player of the Week at Kentucky... Special Teams Player of the Week versus Eastern Kentucky.

 

2003

Redshirted. Earned scout team Defensive Player of the Week honors after UT-Chattanooga and Mississippi State games.

 

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I have to admit I like this draft so far, I mean our secondary concern has been addressed and now we have these young guys to bring in for the LB concern either as backup or potential starters. Also a WR who may turn out to be something for us.

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merged topics.

 

We have two more picks left. I wonder if we go Kicker with one of those.

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merged topics.

 

We have two more picks left. I wonder if we go Kicker with one of those.

 

Didn't we sign Tynes long term?? Maybe punter that JF can teach up??

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Wow....talk about an athlete. His high school resume looks like he's the most versatile player of all time having played quarterback, running back, wide reciever, safety, and finally linebacker at a power house school in Boston. Also was on the basketball team and was on the track team setting track records for running and discus throwing.

 

Another hard working guy with a passion to improve. Superb work ethic and excellent in the classroom. And "he is a relentless competitor who shows excellent range both as a run defender" (ESPN)

 

Here's a writeup on his high school career (to compliment jraneillis college writeup) :

 

Attended St. John's (Danvers, Mass.) Prep, playing football for head coach Jim O'Leary...

Three-year starter and captain for the Boston area power...Started at safety and receiver as a sophomore, safety, receiver and quarterback as a junior, and tailback and outside linebacker as a senior...Helped the team post undefeated regular season records in 2001 and 2002...Rushed for 920 yards for 104 attempts in 2002 and also passed for nine touchdowns and ran for 642 yards as junior quarterback...The two-time All-Conference selection added Prep Star All-East honors as a senior...Started for the basketball and track-and-field squads and was one of the state's top track performers with bests of 11.0 (100 meters) and 151 feet (discus throw)...Honor student and high academic achiever who participated in Johns Hopkins University Gifted and Talented Student Program and St. John's Prep Leadership Institute...Earned St. John's French Award in 2000.

 

 

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