North Carolina 34, Pitt 27
Pitt 28, Notre Dame 21
Pitt 35, Old Dominion 24
Panthers and Florida State to kick off 2013 campaign in just 18 days
Jason Hendricks Interview
Pitt @ Georgia Tech
Tino Sunseri passed for 185 yards and two touchdowns in the loss.
Ray Graham rushed for a pair of touchdowns.
Pitt football takes on Uconn
Pittsburgh vs. Temple
2013: Started all 13 games at safety...Honorable Mention All-ACC (media)...team's leading tackler with 85 stops and added four TFLs...second on the team with six pass breakups and also had one fumble recovery (tied for team lead), one forced fumble and one interception...had a season-high 10 tackles with two TFLs vs. New Mexico...had nine tackles and an interception (returned 19 yards) at Duke...had seven tackles (all solo) with a three-yard TFL at Syracuse...elected a senior team captain.
2012: Selected second team All-Big East...played in all 13 games, starting the final 12 contests at free safety...paced Pitt with 90 tackles and six interceptions...his INT total was the highest by a Pitt player since 2000...led the Big East and ranked sixth nationally in interceptions (0.46 per game)...had a career-high two INTs vs. Virginia Tech...had a career-high 17 tackles vs. Ole Miss in the BBVA Compass Bowl and added two TFLs and an INT...had 11 tackles in both the Syracuse and Buffalo contests.
2011: Started seven games at safety before suffering a shoulder injury against Utah (Oct. 15) that caused him to miss the remainder of the season...had 36 tackles, three PBUs and one interception...collected a season-high 10 tackles at Rutgers...had his INT against Notre Dame near the goal line to halt a second-quarter Irish drive.
2010: Played in all 13 games, making five starts at strong safety...had 42 tackles, three pass breakups and one fumble recovery on the year...had a season-high six stops vs. Utah and FIU...had five tackles vs. Louisville and New Hampshire...helped stop a Syracuse scoring drive by recovering a fumble at the Pitt 22 (forced by Dom DeCicco). 2009: Redshirted as a true freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL: Highly productive on both sides of the ball at Hudson Catholic (N.J.)...compiled 1,790 rushing yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior running back...at outside linebacker Hendricks collected 110 tackles...second-leading scorer in the state...All-New Jersey Non-Public...Hudson County Football Coaches Association Player of the Year and Offensive Back of the Year...The Star Ledger Hudson County Player of the Year...Hudson Reporter All-Area and Area Most Valuable Player...All-American Conference...led Hudson Catholic to the Non-Public Group II championship final and four playoff berths overall during his varsity career...played under Coach Rob Stern...selected to play in the New Jersey-Northeast All-Star Classic, which features players from New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland...also a track and field letterman.
PERSONAL: Jason Wesley Hendricks, born 6/2/90, is the son of Lenora Hendricks and Walter Richardson...has one brother...administration of justice major.
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