416 Nevada student-athletes have graduated in the last seven years.
2011: Versatile athlete will compete for a starting job in the receiving corps, the third different position of his collegiate career ... Converted from safety to receiver prior to the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl game last season ... Previously was a quarterback at Utah.
2010: Locked down a starting job at safety coming out of fall camp but suffered a knee injury against Eastern Washington ... Played in 10 games overall in the season, mostly on special teams.
2009: Sat out under NCAA transfer rules after coming to Nevada from Utah.
2008: Played in nine games ... missed two games with a shoulder injury ... Finished third on the team in rushing with 223 net yards and had three rushing TDs to go along with team-high 8.1 yards per carry ... Was 4-for-7 passing for 104 yards ... Best game of the year was against Colorado State with 109 yards rushing with two touchdowns and 1-for-1 passing for 37 yards ... Had Utah's longest run of the season, a 69-yard rush for a score against CSU ... Caught a 33-yard pass against Weber State.
2007: Played in 10 games after coming out of a planned redshirt year in the third game ... Finished as Utah's third-leading rusher with 33 carries for 162 yards (4.9 average) and a touchdown ... Had a 41-yard run against SDSU ... Rushed for a 16-yard TD against Louisville ... Completed 5-of-8 passes for 41 yards and two touchdowns ... Threw touchdown passes against UCLA and San Diego State ... Completed both pass attempts (for 12 yards) and rushed for 25 yards against Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl ... Academic all-MWC ... Made the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
A graduate of San Ramon Valley High School in Danville, Calif. ... First-team all-East Bay Athletic League ... North Coast Section Offensive Player of the Year ... San Francisco Chronicle regional player of the year, 2005 and 2006 second-team all-metro QB ... Contra Costa Times first-team quarterback ... third-team all-state ... No. 3-ranked player in Cream of the Crop (Bay Area top 20) ... won Peter Villa Award as the tri-valley's most outstanding football player ... San Ramon Valley High (Calif.) MVP and team captain passed for 2,489 yards and 28 touchdowns (7 ints) ... won San Ramon's Iron Man award ... scholar-athlete.
Born April 10, 1989 ... Son of Rob and Kelly Louks ... father played wide receiver for the University of Evansville... sister Madison and brother Logan ... communication major.