Record number of Wolf Pack student-athletes set graduate at University Commencement ceremonies this week
65 Wolf Pack student-athletes to earn degrees
Great crowd on a beautiful day at Mackay Stadium
The Wolf Pack fall on the road to San Diego State, on November 28, 2015.
SENIOR (2016) – Played in all 12 games in his final season and made three starts in two tight end sets … Got his first start of the year in the season opener against Cal Poly (9/2) … Hauled in his first career reception at Hawai’I (10/1), an 11-yard catch, which was his only reception of the year … Helped pave the way for James Butler to rush for 1,000 yards for a second straight season.
JUNIOR (2015) - Played in 12 games and made four starts in Nevada's two tight end set with Jarred Gipson … Didn’t record a reception in the regular season, but played a key role in blocking for Nevada’s rushing offense that ranked 25th in the nation with 210.6 rushing yards per game … Also saw playing time on special teams … Made his first career start in Nevada’s victory against Hawai’i … Letter winner.
SOPHOMORE (2014) - Saw action in one game, playing on special teams in Nevada’s comeback victory at BYU.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2013) - Did not appear in any games as a redshirt freshman.
FRESHMAN (2012) - Joined the team as a true freshman and redshirted his first season at Nevada.
HIGH SCHOOL - A graduate of Novato High School in Novato, Calif. … Lettered in three varsity sports including football, lacrosse and wrestling.
PERSONAL - Son of Ramsey Carrow and Vera Deatherage ... Uncle J.R. Deatherage played football at Cincinnati ... Chose Nevada because it is close to home ... Majoring in community health science ... Hopes to become a firefighter after graduation.