#10 Max Redfield
MAX REDFIELD’S HONORS & AWARDS
CBSSports.com All-Bowl Team (2014-15)
ESPN.com All-Bowl Team (2014-15)
NFL.com College Football 24/7 All-Bowl Team (2014-15)
MAX REDFIELD’S CAREER HIGHS
All-purpose yards: 17, Michigan, Sept. 6, 2014
Interceptions: 1, Michigan, Sept. 6, 2014
Long interception return: 17, Michigan, Sept. 6, 2014
Tackles: 14, vs. LSU, Dec. 30, 2014 (10-4)
Tackles for loss: 0.5, Stanford, Oct. 4, 2014 (0-1)
Pass breakups: 1, vs. Navy, Nov. 1, 2014; Stanford, Oct. 4, 2014
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014): Played in all 13 games and started 11 contests … started at safety in each of the first nine games of the season … did not start vs. Northwestern (Nov. 15) or Louisville (Nov. 22) but returned to the starting lineup at USC (Nov. 29) … second on the team, and first among defensive backs, with 68 tackles … added an interception, three passes defended and two PBUs … picked up three tackles in the season-opening victory over Rice (Aug. 30) … registered a career-best six tackles and recorded his first career interception in the 31-0 rout over Michigan (Sept. 6) … collected an assisted tackle in the 30-14 victory over Purdue (Sept. 13) … ejected in the first half against the Boilermakers following a targeting penalty … recorded five tackles, including three solo stops, in the 31-15 victory over Stanford (Sept. 27) … recorded three tackles, including a half of a tackle for loss, along with a pass breakup, in the 17-14 victory over No. 14 Stanford (Oct. 4) … second on the team with both his career-high 10 tackles and seven solo stops in the win over North Carolina (Oct. 11) … made three tackles at No. 2 Florida State (Oct. 18) … registered seven tackles and a pass breakup in the 49-39 victory over Navy (Nov. 1) … matched his career-high with a team-high 10 tackles in the loss at No. 11 Arizona State (Nov. 8) … recorded a solo tackle vs. Northwestern (Nov. 15) … saw action against Louisville (Nov. 22) but did not record any stats … registered five tackles before an injury forced him to the sidelines in the second quarter against USC … started and registered a career-best 14 tackles in the 31-28 Music City Bowl victory over No. 22 LSU (Dec. 30).
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013): Played in 12 games, started vs. Rutgers (Dec. 28) and missed only Michigan (Sept. 7) … made 12 tackles on the season … collected a pair of stops in his first career start in the 29-16 victory over Rutgers in the 2013 New Era Pinstripe Bowl … made three tackles against BYU (Nov. 23) to match his high … had two tackles against Navy (Nov. 2) … enjoyed a three tackle evening at Air Force (Oct. 26) … had single assisted tackles against both Temple (Aug. 31) and Michigan State (Sept. 21).
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Second-team USA Today All-USA high school All-American … second-team safety on prep All-America team for 2013 selected by 247Sports … first-team defensive back on Los Angeles Times All-Star team for 2012 … Orange County Register defensive player of the year for 2012 … South Coast League MVP in 2012 at Mission Viejo High School in Mission Viejo, California … ranked 23rd player nationally on ESPN 300 list … ranked 41st on 247Sports list of top 247 players … rated 30th on Rivals 250 list … ranked third on Rivals.com list of safeties … ranked 57th overall and fifth among safeties on Scout 300 by Scout.com … made 65 tackles as a senior in 2012 to go with two forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries … made 45 receptions as a wide receiver in 2012 for 757 yards and six TDs … had four interceptions and blocked four punts as a senior in 2012 … helped his Mission Viejo team climb to number one in Orange County rankings as senior … three-sport standout at Mission Viejo, also playing basketball and soccer … all-Orange County pick as junior in 2011 … selected for Under Armour All-America Game in St. Petersburg and played for West team … aunt is former United States soccer defender Joy Fawcett, an Olympic and World Cup champion … mother Kathy played soccer in college … played for coach Bob Johnson … son of Floyd Sr. and Kathy Mora … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters, majoring in Economics with a minor in Chinese.
Redfield’s Career Statistics