2008: Saw action in all 13 games while starting in ten ... Finished with 61 total tackles ... Broke up 10 passes ... Intercepted a pass against Mississippi State 8/30/08 ... Finished with a season/ career-high 11 tackles against Utah State 11/15/08 ... Named LA Tech Special Teams POW (Mississippi State game) ... Named LA Tech Defensive POW (Idaho game)
2007: Played all 12 games on special teams...and saw some action as a defensive back...
Junior College: Played two years for coach Steve Campbell at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College ... Redshirted in 2004 and lettered at cornerback in 2005 and 2006 ... Helped lead Mississippi Gulf Coast to the 2005 South State title and a runner-up finish to Pearl River in the MJC state title game ... Made the Mississippi Junior College all-star team in 2006
High School: Lettered only one year at Stone High School in Mississippi ... Played cornerback for coach Greg Amacker and the Tomcats as a junior ... Played basketball as a freshman, sophomore and junior at Stone ... Also member of the school's track and field program as a junior and senior, competing in the 100-, 200-, 4X100-, and 4X200-meter relay teams ... Was an all-district selection in the 100-meters as a senior
Getting Acquainted: Full name is Stevon Seantae Howze ... Son of Michelle Howze and Stevon Moore ... Has two younger sisters, Nikita Brown and Tavia Moore, and three younger brothers, Darmal Moore, Malik Moore and Tavon Moore ... His father played football at Ole Miss in the mid-1980s and was drafted in the seventh round of the 1989 Draft by the NY Jets of the NFL ... Had an 11-year NFL career with Miami, Cleveland and Baltimore ... Born Oct. 29, 1985, in Hattiesburg, Miss.