Luke Kuechly made 11 tackles in the Panthers victory over the Lions
Appeared in all 13 games...second on the team with four pass breakups and third in tackles for a loss (9.0) and sacks (4.0)...also recovered a pair of fumbles...tallied three tackles versus Nevada in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl...recorded five tackles including two for a loss and a sack at Syracuse...tallied four tackles including two for a loss, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup at Duke...registered three solo tackles, one for a loss and a pass breakup at Wake Forest...notched three solo tackles to go along with a pair of sacks vs. Maryland...made two tackles and recovered a fumble at Florida State...registered five tackles and one for a loss at NC State...made three stops, forced a fumble and broke up a pass against Notre Dame.
Played in 11 games and started 10...led defensive linemen with 21 solo tackles and was second with 35 total stops...fourth on the team with 6.5 tackles for a loss and second with two sacks...also forced a fumble and recovered one...set career highs with three tackles for a loss and two sacks at Maryland...finished with a career-high seven tackles and two TFLs against North Carolina...recorded three tackles at Virginia Tech and against Florida State...also forced a fumble vs. the Seminoles...registered three tackles and recovered a fumble against Wake Forest...recorded four tackles with one behind the line against Kent State...made two tackles against Northeastern...recipient of The William J. Hajjar '49 Scholarship.
Recorded two solo tackles, including one for a loss, against Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship Game...had two solo tackles against Maryland...notched a tackle against Notre Dame...registered a QB hurry at North Carolina...had a tackle against Virginia Tech and at NC State...recorded a career-high five solo tackles against Rhode Island...registered one solo tackle against Central Florida...recovered a fumble against Georgia Tech.
Played a key role in 13 games as a redshirt freshman...finished the season with nine tackles (five solos), 3 TFL and a sack...had one solo in BC's win over Michigan State in the Champs Sports bowl...in the ACC Championship against Virginia Tech, assisted on a tackle that contributed to the team's 65 total-tackle effort...recorded a solo tackle in the Eagles' regular-season finale, a 28-14 victory over Miami at home...returned to action after sitting out with injury to record two total tackles (one solo) in defensive performance that kept Virginia Tech within striking distance for a fourth-quarter comeback victory... illustrated even more impressive defensive action by compiling his first career sack that resulted in a loss of three yards against Bowling Green...added another tackle-for-loss to his career stats in win over Georgia Tech...saw more action against NC State, helping team to a 59 total-tackle performance, including an assist on a tackle-for-loss...played in his first collegiate game vs. Wake Forest and had one tackle-for-loss.
Earned Hartford Courant All-State honors as a senior defensive lineman at Windsor High School; also gained All-State accolades from the Connecticut High School Coaches Association ... was selected to participate in Max Emfinger's 2006 All-American Bowl Game ... was a two-time All-Conference selection ... totaled 79 tackles, including 12 tackles for loss, in 2004 ... played for Windsor head coach Mark Welch ... was also a member of the school's lacrosse team.
Damik Alonzo Scafe, born April 26, 1988... enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Damik is the oldest of Erin and Carlton Scafe's four children.