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#2 Wayne Lyons
Position: Cornerback
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 193
Year: Senior
Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
High School: Dillard
Major: Architectural Design
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As a Senior (2014) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list
• Phil Steele preseason All-Pac-12 third team
• 13 games played
• 30 tackles (18 solo), one forced fumble
• Three tackles, one forced fumble, two pass breakups vs. UC Davis
• One tackle vs. USC
• Six tackles (four solo) vs. Army
• One pass breakup at Washington
• Five tackles at Notre Dame
• Three tackles at Oregon
• Two tackles vs. Utah
• Three tackles at Cal
• Five solo tackles at UCLA
• One tackle vs. Maryland

As a Junior (2013) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Stanford's Special Teams Player of the Game vs. San Jose State
• Stanford's Special Teams Player of the Game vs. California
• 14 games played at cornerback
• Fifth on team with 69 tackles (41 solo)
• 4.5 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, two interceptions, two pass breakups
• Seven tackles (1.0 for loss), one pass breakup vs. San Jose State
• Five solo tackles (2.0 for loss) at Army
• Nine tackles (six solo) vs. Arizona State
• Eight tackles at Utah
• Five solo tackles and forced fumble at Washington State
• Five tackles vs. Oregon
• Six tackles (four solo), 0.5 tackle for loss at USC
• Four tackles, forced fumble vs. Cal
• Three tackles, one pass breakup and two fourth-quarter interceptions vs. Notre Dame
• Three tackles vs. Arizona State in Pac-12 Championship Game
• Five tackles vs. Michigan State in Rose Bowl

As a Sophomore (2012) • Game-by-Game Statistics

• Played in 14 games with one start at cornerback
• Six tackles (four solo) in first career start vs. Arizona
• Five solo tackles vs. San Jose State
• Three solo tackles against USC
• First career interception in red zone during fourth quarter at Cal

As a Freshman (2011) • Game-by-Game Statistics
• Played in season’s first two games against San Jose State and Duke
• Missed remainder of the season with broken foot suffered against San Jose State
• Three tackles on the season, including two against San Jose State

The Lyons File
• Graduated from Dillard (Fla.) while playing under head coach Manny Martin
• Four-star recruit by Rivals and Scout
• 2010 PrepStar All-American, 81st on PrepStar’s Top 150 Dream Team
• Florida’s sixth-best safety prospect and nation’s 107th overall by Rivals
• Florida’s 21st-best overall prospect by Rivals
• Nation’s eighth-best safety by Scout, 10th-best overall prospect by Sporting News
• Tom Lemming’s 16th-best high school prospect
• Three-year varsity football letterwinner
• 45 tackles (nine for loss), two sacks and two forced fumbles as injury-plagued senior
• 87 tackles and two interceptions as a junior
• Team-high 95 tackles (75 solo) as a sophomore
• 2010 U.S. Army All American
• U.S. Army’s Felix “Doc” Blanchard Award honoree
• 2010 Sun-Sentinel and Miami Herald Class 5A All-Broward County Defensive Team
• 2010 Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year
• 2010 Army National Combine defensive MVP
• 2011 Team USA National Football Team and Sporting News National All-Defense
• First on Florida High School’s football Super 75
• Class valedictorian
• Completed 43 college credits at Broward College
• Carried highest grade-point average among males as a sophomore, junior and senior
• Class president as sophomore, junior and senior
• National Honor Society member
• National Football Foundation Brian Piccolo Award
• Scholar-Athlete Milk Mustaches of the Year Got Milk? Award
• 2010 Top 10% Award
• Three-time recipient of the Student Government Associate Community Service Award
• 2010 National Achievement Award recipient; 2010 Congressional National Scholar
• 2010 Silver Knight Service Award nominee
• Finalist for Brian Piccolo Scholar-Athlete Award; Nominated for Wendy’s High School Heisman
• Lettered in track and wrestling
• Born in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
• Full name is Wayne Lyons II
• Son of Wayne Lyons and Gwendolyn Bush
     • Father played football for Alabama A&M (1977-81)
• One sister, Danielle
• Uncle, Bruce Bush, played football at Arizona (1982-83) and in the Canadian Football League (1984-85)
• Cousin, Frank Sanders, played at Auburn (1991-94) and in the NFL with Arizona and Baltimore
• Majoring in architectural design