Hekking leads the way on the first team.
Fajardo, Brock, Yates and McNeal are second-team selections
Mayes has strong performance for Silver.
Coach Polian's thoughts on the first five practices of spring ball.
Bitonio, Hekking earn first-team accolades
2014: Enters his senior season as the most experienced member of the secondary and will compete for all-conference honors.
2013: Opened the year at safety but moved back to cornerback at started eight games during the year, earning honorable mention All-Mountain West accolades ... Was fifth on the team with 57 tackles .... Broke up five passes and had one interception ... Registered 2.5 tackles for a loss, forced a fumble and recovered another during the year ... Set a career high with nine tackles in the opener against UCLA and later matched that with nine stops at Colorado State ... Lone interception - second of his career - came in the win over Air Force ... Played in 11 games overall and had at least three tackles in every game.
2012: Converted from safety back to cornerback in the offseason and made 10 starts during the season ... Had six tackles and his first career interception in a win at Hawaii ... Notched six-tackle performances against Wyoming and UNLV ... Finished season with 35 tackles, including 27 solo stops ... Was credited with 10 pass breakups on the year.
2011: Began the season as a starter at one of the safety spots ... Starter the first four games of the season and played in five games overall before a hamstring injury limited him ... Finished the year with 18 tackles, including a career-high seven at Oregon.
2010: Joined the team as a true freshman and redshirted his first season at Nevada.