Record number of Wolf Pack student-athletes set graduate at University Commencement ceremonies this week
65 Wolf Pack student-athletes to earn degrees
Saturday's practice will be held at Douglas High School in Minden
Coach Polian's thoughts on the first five practices of spring ball.
Great crowd on a beautiful day at Mackay Stadium
Senior (2016): Will provide veteran leadership as a senior in Nevada’s defensive backfield in 2016 … Has played in 36 games in his Wolf Pack career.
Junior (2015): Played in all 13 games as a back-up cornerback and key contributor on special teams … Credited with 15 tackles, one pass breakup and one fumble recovery … Posted a season-high with seven tackles and one pass breakup in a season-opening win over UC Davis … Also posted four tackles against Pac-12 foe Arizona … Recovered a fumble at Utah State … Saw action in Nevada’s victory in the 2015 Arizona Bowl … Letter winner.
Sophomore (2014): Played in all 13 games as Nevada's primary nickel back or linebacker ... Earned his first career start against UNLV followed by a start in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl against Louisiana ... Credited with 17 tackles, two pass breakups, two forced fumbles and one tackle for loss on the season ... Posted the top performance of his career in Nevada's comeback victory at BYU with a career-high eight tackles, one tackle for loss, one forced fumble and two pass breakups ... Forced fumbles against Boise State and BYU.
Redshirt Freshman (2013): Played in 10 games with no starts ... Played extensively on special teams and also saw time at cornerback ... Credited with four tackles on the year ... Picked up a fumbled punt return and returned it 22 yards to midfield to set up Nevada's game-winning drive against Air Force.
Freshman (2012): Joined the team as a true freshman and redshirted his first season at Nevada.
A graduate of Canoga Park (Calif.) High School ... Won eight varsity letters, including four in football and four in track and field ... Earned first-team all-league honors as a senior and was the team's special teams player of the year and the receiver of the year ... Was active in the Black Student Union and United Colors, an organization that allowed him to experience different perspectives from different races and improved his speaking and listening skills.
Born Randy Onyekwelu Uzoma on March 26, 1994 ... Son of Lovender and Ken Uzoma ... Has a brother, Kenny, and a sister, Jenny ... Majoring in biology and wants to be an orthopedic or plastic surgeon ... Had offers from Oregon, UCLA and San Diego State but chose Nevada because of the opportunity and he loves the Northern Nevada community ... Sports heroes are Usain Bolt, Calvin Johnson and Kobe Bryant ... Enjoys running, drawing, acting and spending time with friends in his free time.