Indianapolis to Host Event from February 22-28
Senior Defensive Tackle Invited to All-Star Game
Highest Season-Ending Ranking in School History
Jeffery leads way with four receptions for 148 yards, one touchdown
South Carolina vs. The Citadel
Fifth-year senior defensive tackle... team leader and experienced player... a preseason second-team All-SEC selection by Phil Steele... remaining healthy is a key - focused much of his energies on his flexibility in the spring... key player in the interior of the Gamecock defense... earned his degree in criminal justice in May... has made 19 career starts among his 43 games played over the past four seasons.
2010: Returned from season-ending injury in 2009 to help anchor one of the top defensive fronts in the SEC... earned fourth-team All-SEC accolades from Phil Steele... started all 14 contests... had 42 tackles, including 10.0 for loss and 4.0 sacks... recovered two fumbles and forced one... posted his first two career sacks in win over Furman while finishing with five total tackles and 3.0 tackles for loss... logged four tackles at Auburn... had a sack and 2.0 tackles for loss and forced a fumble at Kentucky... named third-team Midseason All-SEC by Phil Steele... had a career-high seven tackles in win over Vanderbilt... posted four tackles, including a sack, and recovered a fumble in win over Clemson... had five stops in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Florida State... named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
2009: Junior defensive tackle who was a key contributor early in the season before suffering a season-ending right knee injury against Ole Miss in Week 4... started each of the first four games... logged eight tackles including three each against NC State and Florida Atlantic... had one tackle for loss... received a medical redshirt season to regain the year of eligibility.
2008: Played in all 13 games... collected 17 tackles, including a pair of tackles for loss... had a career-high six tackles, including a tackle for loss against Clemson... forced a fumble against Tennessee and had a fumble recovery against Clemson.
2007: Played in all 12 games... credited with seven tackles, including four solo stops... had a pass break up and a quarterback hurry... was the only true freshman in the starting lineup for the season-opener against Louisiana-Lafayette.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Scotland County High School in Laurinburg, N.C., in December 2006... coached by Mark Barnes... named his squad's Defensive End of the Year after recording 74 tackles with 7.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries and four forced fumbles... named all-conference, all-region and team Defensive MVP... team reached the playoffs for three straight seasons... played in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, where he had four tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery... logged three tackles and a pair of sacks in the Offense-Defense All-Star Game in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla... missed much of his junior season after tearing an ACL... considered a four-star prospect by both Rivals.com and Scout.com... regarded as the #18 defensive end prospect in the country by Scout.com... was the #8 strong side defensive end and the fourth-best player in North Carolina according to Rivals.com... was on the Rivals100 list... also played basketball and competed in track.
PERSONAL: Travian Jamal Robertson graduated in May with a degree in criminal justice... brother, Tony Robertson, played football at Appalachian State.