UNLV - Rebels
Quinton Pointer - #10 - CB
|Hometown:||Fort Myers, FL|
|Event||Ht||Wt||Hand||Arm||Wing||Wonderlic||40 yard||BP||BJ||VJ||20s||60s||3 Cn|
|03/15/2012 UNLV Pro Day||5-8 7/8||186||9 1/2||30 3/8||72||4.42||12||10'8"||39||4.13||11.56||7.22|
|01/16/2012 Battle of Florida||5-8 3/4||193||9 3/4||29 5/8||72 3/4|
|03/15/2011 Junior Pro Day||5-9||193||9 7/8||30 1/2||72 5/8||4.48|
High school cornerback-running back who also played basketball and ran track as a Florida prep. Grayshirted in 2006. Started 8-of-12 games in ’07 (wore jersey No. 18) and recorded 50 tackles, two pass breakups and two interceptions with 1 1/2 tackles for loss and a forced fumble. Dislocated his left elbow at the beginning of ’08 fall camp — after missing the season opener, managed 44-6-2 in 11 starts while wearing a brace. Missed ’09 spring practice while recovering from offseason surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder (originally suffered against Wyoming in ’07). Started all 12 games in ’09, logging 72-4-0 with 4 1/2 tackles for loss, two sacks and a forced fumble. Added five kickoff returns for 98 yards (19.6-yard average). Sat out the 2010 season opener against Wisconsin with torn ACL he suffered in fall camp. Tried to play in Week Two against Utah but registered 1-0-0 before leaving the game. Had knee surgery and missed the rest of the season. Returned to play in all 12 games in '11 and posted 59-3-2 with three tackles for loss, three forced fumbles and a blocked kick against Boise State. Started the first two games at cornerback and the final six contests at strong safety. Team captain.Summary:
Short, fast, competitive corner who compensates for his height deficiency with instincts, awareness and aggressiveness. Posted a 39-inch vertical leap and broad jump of 10 feet 8 inches. Has the speed, quickness and mental makeup to compete for a backup job, though durability is a concern.
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