ODUSports.com takes a look at the ODU defense this spring.
ODU goes 7-1 in the CAA to finish atop the league.
Kickoff at 6 p.m. at Armstrong Stadium in Hampton
Appeared in 11 games, making one start ... Had 13 tackles on the year, including three pass breakups ... Returned 16 kicks for 343 yards for an average of 21.4 yards ... Had three returns for 49 yards against UD ... Returned one kick for 27 yards at Georgia State ... Had one kick return against W&M for 21 yards ... Returned three kicks at JMU for 102 yards, including a 46-yarder ... Had two returns against Coastal for 37 yards ... Recorded six returns against Georgia Southern for 107 yards.
Appeared in 12 games at corner and special teams...Made 30 tackles (19 solo, 11 assisted)...Tied his career high with four tackles in games with #20 UMass, Villanova, and Richmond....Made his first career start against #10 James Madison...
Appeared in 10 games at corner and as a member of the special teams unit as a true freshman...Totaled 13 tackles (6 solo, 7 assisted) including a season-high four stops at Campbell...Posted seven kick returns for 190 yards...Ran a kick back 92-yards for a touchdown against Savannah State, the longest Monarch kick return in the record books...Also had three kick returns in the win over VMI registering 46 yards...
Daily Press Offensive Player of the Year...Named First Team All-Peninsula...757 All-Gameday Offensive Player of the Year...Played quarterback at Woodside passing for 1,522 yards and rushing for 1,261 in 2009...Became only the second quarterback in Peninsula District history to break four figures in each category...Completed 87-of-156 passes (56 percent) with 17 touchdowns...Ran the ball 194 times for 15 touchdowns averaging 6.5 yards per carry... Led the Wolverines to 11 wins, the most in school history...Helped Woodside to the Eastern Region Division 6 championship game...
Born October 12, 1991...Son of Kevin and Angie Bell...Has one brother, Kendall...Majoring in business management.
Aaron Evans' Career Stats