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#21 Cole Brodie
Position: Defensive Back
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Dacula, Ga.
High School: Dacula H.S.
Major: Agricultural Business
Experience: 3 Letters

Cole returns to the starting lineup at cornerback for the third season and also has been a key contributor on special teams

2009
Started all 12 games and ranked fifth on team with 71 tackles ... made at least three stops in every game and twice tallied career-high 12 tackles - at Cal Poly and in Football Championship Subdivision playoff game at Montana ... also returned interception 16 yards and tallied 80 yards on three kickoff returns versus Montana ... was credited with six tackles and forced fumble at Minnesota ... made four tackles and recorded season-best 51-yard kick return in victory at Illinois State in earning squad's Special Teams Player of the Week Award

2008
Named recipient of squad's Adam Vinatieri Award as most valuable player on special teams ... started all 12 games at cornerback ... ranked seventh on team with 47 tackles, making at least one stop in 11 games ... honored as team's Defensive Player of the Week in season opener at Iowa State and in Hobo Day game versus McNeese State ... recorded four tackles and forced a fumble at Iowa State ... made career-high eight tackles, returned interception 55 yards and broke up another pass against McNeese ... named squad's Special Teams Player of the Week three times: at Iowa State, versus Cal Poly and versus Missouri State ... led team with average of 21.8 yards per kick return, including career-long 72-yard return in season finale at North Dakota State ... tallied 159 return yards (132 on kickoffs and 27 on punts) at Northern Iowa

2007
Played in all 11 games as a true freshman ... blocked punt to set up first Jackrabbit touchdown in season finale against North Dakota State ... also recorded two tackles and returned punt for 13 yards in NDSU game ... matched season high of two tackles in Hobo Day victory over Stephen F. Austin

BEFORE SDSU
A first-team all-Gwinnett County selection, he was selected to play in the 2006 Georgia North/South All-Star Game ... career totals included 2,500 career rushing yards with 37 touchdowns at Dacula High School under the guidance of coach Kevin Maloof ... his 1,200 yards rushing as a junior broke a school record previously set by Auburn (Ala.) standout Kenny Irons ... set school record for longest punt return at 95 yards ... played on teams that won 34 of 36 regular season game ... also was a standout sprinter in track and won Georgia state titles in powerlifting