Every Nevada sport represented on graduation list.
Fajardo, Brock, Yates and McNeal are second-team selections
Coach Polian's thoughts on the first five practices of spring ball.
Wolf Pack is 3-3 at midpoint of the season
Tyler Stewart played the second half, completing 7 of 15 passes for 49 yards.
2014: After making a position change from running back to wide receiver, appeared in all 13 games and contributed on offense and special teams … Earned his first career start at WR in Nevada’s regular season finale at UNLV … Matched Mike Ball’s program record for career kick returns with 70 … Tallied seven kick returns for 116 yards on the season … Posted 16 catches, 138 yards and one touchdown … Tallied a season-best three catches at BYU and 40 receiving yards at Air Force … Matched his season-high in catches against Louisiana in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl … Hauled in a three-yard receiving touchdown and returned four kickoffs for 71 yards to lead Nevada past rival UNLV.
2013: Converted back to running back during spring practice and emerged as the primary running back for the Wolf Pack in the Pistol offense ... Appeared in 11 games with nine starts ... Led the team with 812 yards rushing and 10 rushing touchdowns ... First career 100-yard game came against UC Davis with 116 yards on 27 carries - both career highs - and two touchdowns ... Second career game over the century mark was a 112-yard effort in an overtime loss at San Diego State ... Set a career high in SDSU game with three rushing touchdowns ... Third career multi-touchdown games came in win over San Jose State with two scores against the Spartans ... Also caught 10 passes for 56 yards on the year.
2012: Played in all 13 games and excelled as a kick returner ... Had the third-most kick returns in school history with 31 for 724 yards (fifth-best in single-season history) ... Ranked sixth in the conference and 49th nationally with an average of 23.35 yards per return ... His 139 kick returns yards against Fresno State ranks ninth in single-game history at Nevada ... Had three games with 100 return yards or more ... Caught seven passes for 76 yards and a touchdown ... The touchdown came against Wyoming as Nevada came from behind for the overtime victory.
2011: Burned his redshirt in week five and played in eight games during the regular season with one start ...Served primarily as a kick returner with 25 returns for 562 yards and a long of 35 ...Also carried the ball 13 times for 101 yards with a long of 29, which came against New Mexico ...Had three catches for 24 yards, including his first career touchdown, which was a 7-yarder against Idaho ...Was credited with five tackles on the year.
A graduate of Clovis (Calif.) West High School ... Was a three-year letterwinner who was part of conference and section championship teams as a sophomore and senior ... Named first-team all-conference as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Earned first-team all-section honors as a junior and senior and was named all-state as a senior in 2010 ... Holds 14 different school records, including 4,918 career rushing yards and 62 career touchdowns ... Rushing total is also a Tri-Rivers Athletic Conference record.
Born Kendall McKay Brock on July 10, 1992 ... Son of Linda and Bo Brock ... Has an older brother, Quentin, who played football at Willamette ... Father played football and baseball at UNLV ... Majoring in human development and family studies ... Was also recruited by Washington State, Duke, Wyoming and San Jose State but chose Nevada to be a "Nevada Back" in the Pistol offense ... Enjoys playing video games, lifting weights and spending time with friends.