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#2 - Alan Porter Jr.
2011-12 Football
POS.
DB
HT.
5-9
WT.
175
YR.
Jr.
HOMETOWN
Downers Grove, Ill.
HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
South
Alan Porter Jr.

2012: Started one game for the Crusaders as a defensive back before sustaining a season-ending injury...recorded six tackles - four solo - as well as a pass breakup against St. Joseph's in the season opener on Aug. 30th.

2011: Saw action in seven games, making six starts, for the Brown and Gold ... finished the season with 43 total tackles, including 28 solos, and 2.5 tackles for loss ... had a season-high 12 stops, including 10 solos, in the season opener against Franklin (Sept. 3) ... returned an interception 61 yards for a touchdown against Franklin ... had eight tackles, including 1.5 for loss, against Morehead State on Oct. 1 ... named team’s Defensive Player of the Week for the Franklin game.

2010: Played in all 11 games, making three starts as a sophomore ... made first collegiate start in the season opener at Western Illinois (Sept. 2) ... made 40 tackles on the year, 32 of which were solo stops ... had a season-high eight tackles at Western Illinois in addition to two pass breakups ... made six stops on three different occasions ... had two pass breakups against Jacksonville (Oct. 16) ... returned three punts on the year, including a long of 13 yards at Campbell (Nov. 6).

2009: Appeared in 10 games for the Crusaders as a rookie ... collegiate debut came Sept. 12 at Concordia (Wis.) ... made at least one tackle in each of first eight appearances ... had a season-high two solo stops at Jacksonville on Sept. 12 ... six of nine total tackles were solos ... team’s Special Teams Player of the Week for the Butler game ... named to the Pioneer Football League Fall Academic Honor Roll.

Prep: A two-year letterwinner for the Mustangs ... helped team go 9-1 and earn the top seed in the 8A playoffs as a junior ... also lettered in track and field.

Personal:  Alan is the son of Alan Porter Sr. and Philippa Curry ... major is marketing ... born Nov. 5, 1991.