2010 (Junior) - Played in every game, starting three times ... honorable mention all-MWC at WR and KR ... first-team all-Colorado at KOR by the National Football Foundation ... led the MWC in KOR with a 28.7 average ... 27.9 career KOR average is the best in Air Force history ... third in school history in kickoff return yards with 1,006 ... two career 100-yard KOR TDs, vs. Houston in the 2009 Armed Forces Bowl and vs. Colorado State in 2010 ... one of only three MWC players ever with two KOR TDs in his career, the only one with two for 100 yards ... fifth in the conference in all-purpose yards with a 103.8 average ... tied for team lead in receiving with 18 catches for a team-best 406 yards ... earned mid-season All-American honors as a kickoff returner by SportsIllustrated.com, CollegeFootballNews.com and Phil Steele's Magazine ... named CollegeFootballPerformance.com national kickoff returner of the week vs. Colorado State ... two catches for a career highs of 116 yards and two touchdowns at Army ... scored on catches of 53 and 63 yards ... recorded his first-career 100-yard receiving game, the first Falcon since Kevin Fogler vs. Army to do so ... career-high five receptions at San Diego State ... five catches were the most by a Falcon in 2010 ... scored a rushing and receiving touchdown in the same game for the first time in his career in the win over Northwestern State.
2009 (Sophomore) - Played in all 13 games, starting nine ... second on the team in receptions with 18 and receiving yards with 246 ... averaged 13.7 yards per catch ... rushed for 267 yards on 48 carries and averaged 5.6 yards per carry ... returned a kickoff 100 yards vs. Houston in the Armed Forces Bowl ... first Falcon since Scott Thomas vs. Utah in 1985 to return a kickoff for a touchdown and snapped a 297-game streak between KOR TDs which was the longest in the nation ... his KOR was ranked No. 5 in ESPN's Top Ten Plays from the bowl season ... also rushed six times for 35 yards and caught three passes for a career-best 45 yards vs. Houston ... recorded a career-long 44-yard reception vs. San Diego State ... rushed for 26 yards on five carries and scored his first rushing touchdown of the season at New Mexico ... career- highs in rushing with 10 carries for 42 yards and receiving with three catches for 44 yards at Minnesota ... threw a touchdown pass (first of career) vs. TCU ... scored a touchdown three ways (pass, rush, receiving) ... one of just 14 players in the nation with a rushing, passing and receiving TD during the season.
2008 (Freshman) - Played in 12 games as a backup receiver and on special teams ... rushed for 42 yards on nine carries and averaged 4.7 yards per carry ... had one punt return for 13 yards ... two kickoff returns for 39 yards ... two carries for nine yards and a touchdown in his first career game, the season opener vs. Southern Utah ... three carries for a career-best 28 yards and a season-long run of 18 yards vs. BYU.
High School - Lettered four years in track and three in football ... was a National Football Foundation inductee from the Riverside Country Chapter ... three-time all-league and all-county defensive back ... two-time all-CIF selection ... league offensive back of the year as senior ... led the team in passing, rushing, touchdowns, quarterback sacks and forced fumbles ... was a two-time team most valuable athlete in track ... third-team All-American as a senior by EA Sports ... team was 45-5 during his four years of football ... set the school record in the 100-meters with a time of 10.68 ... high school football coach was Mike Sands.
Personal - Son of Phillip Warzeka and Avery and Ruby Ergle ... has a younger sister, Jenna Ergle ... member of cadet squadron 18 ... majoring in social science ... this past summer, took two classes in aeronautical and electrical engineering ... was also the cadet-in-charge of the assault course during Basic Cadet Training ... favorite food is lasagna ... favorite book is Never Die Easy by Walter Payton ... favorite movie is Forrest Gump ... greatest personal moment in sports was winning the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy last season ... something that not many people know about him is that he is half Filipino ... coached his younger sister's softball team when he was in high school ... one word to describe him is "childish" ... has been playing football since he was six years old ... favorite NFL team is the San Diego Chargers and his favorite player is former Chargers' running back LaDainian Tomlinson ... long-term goal is to work in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.