96 James Timmins
96 James Timmins
Height: 6-2
Weight: 238
Year: JR
Hometown: Staten Island, N.Y.
High School: Curtis
Position: DL

2012: (11 GS/11 GP)... Made five tackles and broke up one pass against Maine (11/17)... Started at defensive end at Towson (11/10)... Made six tackles, including .5 for a loss, at Richmond (11/3)... Had three tackles, including one for a loss against New Hampshire (10/27)... Made a team- and career-high 10 tackles at Delaware (10/20)... Had one tackle and one pass break up against Georgia State (10/13)... Made three tackles, including .5 for loss against Brown (10/6)... Had four tackles, including one for a loss, at Bowling Green (9/29)... Made three tackles, including two solo stops, against James Madison (9/22)... Had two tackles and broke up three passes at Villanova (9/15)... Started at defensive end and made four tackles, including one for a loss at Monmouth (9/8).

2011:
Played and started 10 games, finishing with 33 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks... He was sixth in the CAA tackles for a loss with 11 for 50 yards, and ninth in the conference with 4.5 sacks for 31 yards... Had three tackles, one sack and a pass break up at Syracuse (9/10)... Set a career-high with six tackles, including one sack against Fordham (9/24)... Had four tackles and one sack at Maine (10/15)... Matched his career high with six tackles and .5 sacks against Delaware (10/22)... Had five tackles, including two for a loss, at New Hampshire (10/29). 

2010: Played in 10 games as a freshman... Tied for the team lead with three sacks... Recorded one tackle against Fordham (9/11)... Recovered a fumble and rushed 39-yards to the endzone for the game-winning touchdown against nationally-ranked New Hampshire (9/18)... Made one tackle against Brown (10/2)... Added another sack to his season against Delaware (10/16)... Recorded one tackle against nationally ranked Massachusetts (11/20).

High School:
Started in 13 games at defensive end and center... Served as team captain during his senior year... Helped his squad to an 11-2 mark and the PSAL New York City Championship... Selected as the Most Valuable Player of the PSAL New York City Championship game... Selected All-City by the New York Post, New York Daily News and Repeat Advance... Named as a finalist for the Barberi Memorial Award... Also recruited by Albany, Delaware and Wagner.