43 Nevada players have been drafted in NFL history
Nevada plays host to Boise State for regular season finale
Coming off Mountain West win, the Pack meets the Bobcats in final non-conference game.
Stefphon Jefferson erupts for seven touchdowns in team's first Mountain West Conference game.
Wolf Pack's season opener is Saturday at newly renovated Memorial Stadium in Berkeley.
2012: Named to the Watch List for the Butkus Award ... Will anchor the linebacking corps after a breakout season last year as a junior ... Named to Preseason All-MW Second Team by the Phil Steele.
2011: Was the breakout surprise of the year for the Wolf Pack, starting all 13 games at the SAM linebacker position ... Was seventh on the team in tackles with 48 ...Had two TFLs for 2 yards ...Was third on the team in interception with three, one of which was returned for a touchdown, the first of his career ...Broke up a total of seven passes on the year ...Had a career high nine tackles in a win over Fresno State ... Recorded at least one tackle in every game.
2010: Joined Nevada as a sophomore transfer from College of the Sequoias ... Did not start but played in all 14 games, mostly on special teams.
Played one season at College of the Sequoias in Visalia, Calif.
A graduate of Tulare (Calif.) Union HS ... Was a three-sport letterwinner in football, basketball and track and field.
Born Jeremiah Anthony Green on May 8, 1990 ... Son of Virgil and Sharon Green ... Has an older brother, Virgil, who was a standout tight end for the Wolf Pack and was a seventh-round draft pick of the Denver Broncos in the 2011 NFL Draft ... Majoring in criminal justice ... Chose Nevada because of the winning atmosphere ... Sports hero is Ray Lewis.