2007 (Junior) - Played in nine games, the first eight games of the season and the bowl game vs. California, on special teams and as a backup safety ... recorded four total tackles, including three unassisted ... career-best two tackles vs. South Carolina State ... also had a tackle vs. BYU and Colorado State.
2006 (Sophomore) - Played on the junior varsity team ... listed second on the depth chart at strong safety following spring drills.
2005 (Freshman) - Played on the junior varsity team.
High School - Lettered two years in football and one in track ... named honorable mention all-state and first-team all-league in football as a senior ... member of the National Honor Society ... National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete finalist ... football coach was Bill Griffin.
Personal - Parents are Richard and Patricia Yeager ... has one brother, Jake (22), who is a Midshipman at Navy ... majoring in operations research ... has been on the dean's list every semester, the commandant's list (military excellence) five times and on the superintendent's list in the fall of 2007 for excellence in academics, military and athletics ... member of Cadet Squadron 16 ... born Jan. 21, 1987 ... nicknames are "Lou" and "Chuck" ... hobbies include working out, snorkeling and reading ... completed Operation Air Force at Whiteman AFB, Mont., in the summer of 2007 ... this past summer, went to Lackland AFB, Texas, as part of Operation Air Force and was the cadet in charge of the group ... also was a cadre for Summer Seminar ... favorite food is milkshakes ... favorite TV show is Entourage ... favorite book is the Bible ... before games, listens to Phil Collins' In the Air Tonight ... person in history he would most like to meet is Mother Teresa ... credits his father with the biggest influence on his sports career ... father is a doctor and mother is a nurse ... hobbies are reading, investing, golf, movies and working out ... favorite NFL team is the Seattle Seahawks.
Career Defensive Statistics Year G UT-AT TT TFL Sacks 2007 9 3-1 4 0.0-0 0.0-0