Hekking, Seau, Gipson, Galas and Boy all named to the second team.
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.
2014: Earned honorable mention All-Mountain West accolades in his final season at Nevada … One of nine players to start in all 13 games … Led the team in pass breakups with 10 and tied for seventh in the Mountain West in passes defended with 11 … Ranked sixth on the team in tackles (62) … Credited with 62 tackles, 3.0 tackles for loss, 10 pass breakups, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and one interception … Assisted three turnovers on the season, helping Nevada rank second in the conference in turnover margin … Posted 42 solo tackles and 20 assisted stops … Recorded his first interception of the season against UNLV, intercepting a pass in the red zone to fuel Nevada’s rivalry win … Registered his first sack of the season to go along with seven total tackles in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl … Tallied a season-high 10 tackles in the Wolf Pack’s comeback victory at BYU … Recovered his own forced fumble in Nevada’s road victory at Hawai’i … Tallied a season-high three pass breakups in season-opening win against Southern Utah.
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.
A graduate of Dorsey High School in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Was a two-time all-league selection and twice earned all-city honors ... Played football all four years and also lettered four years in track and field and twice in volleyball.
Born Charles Keith Rich Garrett on Aug. 29, 1992 ... Son of Vanessa Garrett ... Has an older sister, Charsena, and three younger brothers, Christopher, Chaleb and Chase ... Earning a major in communication studies.