University honors 26-member senior class
Enemkpali named first team, Dixon and Cuthbert named second team
Coach Holtz previews FIU game
Written by Kane McGuire
Several student-athletes honored for on and off the field performances
2013 Second Team All-Conference USA
2013: Played in 10 games with two total tackles ... Played in the season opener at NC State (8/31) then suffered an injury against Lamar (9/7) that kept him out of most of that game as well as not being able to play against Tulane (9/12) ... Assisted on a tackle against North Texas (10/17) ... Sat out the Southern Miss game (11/9) due to a strained back ... Returneed against Rice (11/16) and made a solo tackle.
2012: Played in all 12 games as the team's deep snapper ... Named Academic All-WAC ... Recorded a solo tackle at Houston (9/8) ... Did not have a bad snap on the year ... Snapped to Ryan Allen who won the 2012 Ray Guy Award, becoming the first punter to ever win the Ray Guy Award in back-to-back seasons.
2011: Appeared in 11 games despite tearing ACL at Mississippi State (9/24) ... Voted team's Most Inspirational Player ... Assisted on a tackle at Southern Miss (9/3) ... Recovered a fumble against No. 15 TCU (12/21) in the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl ... Snapped to Ray Guy Award winning punter Ryan Allen.
2010: Played in all 12 games as the team's deep snapper ... Did not record a bad snap during the season.
2009: Redshirted 2009 season.
High School: Graduated from Glades Day School in 2009 ... Earned four letters in football and two letters in baseball and track ... Named first team all-state his senior year and garnered all-county and all-conference honors his junior and senior years ... Team won the state championship in 2006 ... Coached by Pete Walker.
Personal: Son of Doug Cuthbert ... Born Sept. 10, 1990 in West Palm Beach, Fla. ... Father, Doug, played football at Ole Miss from 1980-81 ... Learned how to long snap from Louisiana Tech legend and 19-year NFL veteran Trey Junken ... Godson of Tony Boles, a linebacker that played at LA Tech with Trey Junken and Ed Jackson ... Chose Louisiana Tech over Louisville, Rutgers and Memphis.
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