David returns for his senior season with the Wildcats and has established himself as one of the top cornerbacks in the Big Sky Conference. In two seasons with the Wildcats he has appeared in 22 games and started 17. He has recorded 18 pass breakups with 55 tackles and one interception.
Started in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Finished seventh in the Big Sky in passes defended with eight for an average of 0.73 per game...Had seven pass breakups and one interception...That interception was a 75-yard interception return for a touchdown in WSU’s 49-17 home opening win over Sacramento State on Sept. 17...That interception return ranks as the second longest in Weber State history...Finished ninth on the team in tackles with 34 with 20 unassisted and 14 assisted tackles.
Played in all 11 games for the Wildcats and started in six games in his first season at WSU....Transferred to Weber State from the University of Wyoming...Recorded 21 total tackles on the season with 10 unassisted and 11 assisted tackles...Had three interceptions during the season...Recorded interceptions at Boston College, home against Eastern Washington, and home against Montana...Also had seven pass break-ups during the season.
2009 (University of Wyoming)
Came off a red-shirt year to earn a spot on the Cowboy depth chart, slated to back up junior Marcell Gipson at the boundary cornerback spot where he played in several games but did not have stats...Red shirted the 2008 season at Wyoming.
Edmond Memorial High School
Played free safety, wide receiver and was the kick return specialist at Edmond Memorial HS...Was a high school teammate to current WSU teammate Anthony Morales...Had 44 tackles and interception on defense, caught 29 passes for 432 yards and five touchdowns...Had 245 return yards and rushed for another 183 yards...Ran a 10.65 100 meter dash time his senior season...Played under Coach Mark Walker...Was recruited by Iowa State, Rice and Tulsa.
Full name is David James...Was born May 26, 1990...Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.