2011: Will contend again for all-conference honors after being named second-team All-WAC last year as a junior ... Became a starter near the end of his true freshman season and enters 2011 having started 25 games in his career ... Was named to the preseason All-WAC team by Blue Ribbon College Football Yearbook ... Named preseason first-team All-WAC by Athlon Sports ... Named preseason first-team All-WAC by Phil Steele ... Named preseason first-team All-WAC by Lindy's ... Named preseason first-team All-WAC by The Sporting News.
2010: Named second-team All-WAC as a cornerback ... Started all 13 games and the bowl game and was perhaps the most consistent defensive back for the Pack ... Recorded at least two tackles in every game and finished the regular season with 52 tackles, including 2.0 for a loss of 10 yards ... Forced a fumble in Nevada's win over a ranked Cal team at Mackay Stadium ... Notched the first interception of his season and second of his career with a pick against New Mexico State as Nevada held the Aggies without a touchdown ... Was among the leaders in the conference with 14 pass breakups on the year ... Had a season high eight tackles against Cal and recorded six stops against Boston College in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl game.
2009: Played in all 13 games with 11 starts during the regular season ... Set a career-best with 27 tackles on the season ... Recorded first career interception with a pick in a victory over Louisiana Tech ... Had five tackles against Notre Dame and then matched that season high with five stops at San Jose State ... Forced a fumble against San Jose State ... Was credited with five pass breakups on the year.
2008: Played in every game as a true freshman ... Recorded 23 tackles on the season ... Made first career start against Louisiana Tech and had best game of his career with six tackles ... Had a tackle for a loss against San Jose State and an assisted tackle for a loss against Boise State ... Broke up three passes during the year.
A graduate of Jesuit High in Carmichael, Calif. ... Was a National Scholar-Athlete ... As a senior in 2007, was a first-team All-League, All-City (Sacramento Bee) and All-Section selection ... Was named the team's Most Valuable Player in 2006 and 2007 ... Had 3,200 all-purpose yards and 37 touchdowns during the 2006 and 2007 seasons ... Recorded 76 tackles and 10 interceptions during junior and senior seasons ... Holds school record with 98-yard interception return for a touchdown ... Played for coach Dan Carmazzi ... Was a member of the Black Student Union.
Born Isaiah Demetryst Frey on April 6, 1990 in Roseville, Calif. ... Son of Tiffany Frey and Demetryst Cornish ... Plans on majoring in political science with a minor in English ... Would like to attend law school after graduating ... Father was a running back at Arizona and Sacramento State ... Uncle, Wendell Owens, played basketball at Hawai`i ... Was also recruited by Washington State, Rice and BYU ... Most memorable sporting event was scoring four touchdowns in one game against Christian Brothers HS ... Enjoys working out and spending time with family and friends in his free time.