Junior RB also is team's Outstanding Offensive Player
50 student-athletes from fall sports honored by the league.
Postgame Notes: Arizona 35, Nevada 28
Fajardo, Hekking earn offensive and defensive honors, respectively.
Farjado completes 18 of 21 passes for 239 yards in 36-7 win over UC Davis.
Nevada vs. San Jose State
Senior (2016): Returns for his senior season as one of the most experienced members on The Union … Has played in 25 games with 23 starts in his Wolf Pack career.
Junior (2015): Started in 11 games on the season, helping the Wolf Pack post a winning record and win the 2015 Arizona Bowl … Paved the way for two 1,000-yard rushers in James Butler and Don Jackson, marking just the third time in program history Nevada’s boasted two 1,000-yard running backs in the same season … Helped Butler rush for 1,342 yards and earn All-MW honorable mention honors ... Led Nevada to 210 rushing yards per game, which ranked 25th in the nation … Led an offensive line that only surrender 22 sacks on the season, which ranked sixth in the MW … Helped the Wolf Pack eclipse 200 yards rushing on eight occasions … Missed the New Mexico and Wyoming games due to injury … Earned Academic All-Mountain West honors … Letter winner.
Sophomore (2014): Was slated to be a vital member of The Union before suffering a season-ending knee injury prior to the Arizona game ... Started at left guard in victories against Southern Utah and Washington State.
Redshirt Freshman (2013): Emerged to start 10 games for the Union and played in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman.
Freshman (2012): Joined Nevada as a true freshman and redshirted his first season with the program.
A graduate of Reed High School in Sparks, Nev. ... Was first-team all-region as a senior and named the team's Offensive MVP ... Was the 2010 Lineman of the Year while also earning first-team all-region honors ... Was a first-team all-league selection as a sophomore ... Earned three varsity letters in football and three in wrestling.
Born Jeremy Sage Macauley on Aug. 11, 1994 ... Son of Jennie and Josh Macauley ... Has a younger brother, Jase ... Majoring in business management ... Chose Nevada to play at home ... Was also receiving recruiting interest from San Diego State, Fresno State and Boise State ... Sports hero is Muhammad Ali ... Favorite sports moment is making it to the 2011 Nevada state championship game.