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#15 Tyree Toomer
Position: Safety
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 199
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif. - St. John Bosco
High School: St. John Bosco
Experience: 4 Letters

 

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Tyree Toomer
Tyree Toomer
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Los Angeles, Calif.

High School:
St. John Bosco

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 200

Position:
Safety

Birthdate:
08/03/1990

Experience:
4V



TOOMER'S WSU CAREER
WSU CAREER:
Appeared in 46 games, made 28 starts...finished with 175 total tackles, 122 solo...recorded 13 tackles-for-loss, four sacks and one career interception.

RS-SENIOR (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in nine games, making one start...tallied 13 tackles, 10 solo and an interception...made two tackles in the win over Eastern Washington...started at UNLV, made a season-high six tackles, four solo and recorded first career interception...made two solo tackles against No. 2 Oregon...posted one tackle at Oregon State, at Utah and at Arizona State.

RS-JUNIOR (2011): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games...third on team with 60 tackles, 43 solo and 2.5 for loss...broke up two passes and forced one fumble...made two tackles in win over Idaho State...elected a team captain, had seven tackles, six solo at San Diego State...recorded three tackles, all solo at Colorado...made five tackles including one for loss at UCLA...had six tackles against No. 7 Stanford...made six tackles, five solo at No. 7 Oregon...recorded a career-high and game-high 10 tackles, six solo including one for loss at California...had four tackles and pass breakup in win over Arizona State...made six tackles and forced a fumble against Utah...had seven tackles, five solo in the Apple Cup.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2010): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games...switched number from 33 to 15 in honor of teammate LeAndre Daniels, who suffered a career-ending neck injury during 2010 fall camp...finished third on the team with 68 tackles, 54 solo...made two interceptions and two sacks...had four pass breakups and six tackles for loss...registered a career-high eight tackles three times...made eight tackles, seven in the first half and one pass breakup in the season-opener at Oklahoma State...had eight tackles, six solo, against USC...made seven tackles, four for loss and recorded a career-high two sacks against Arizona...registered eight tackles, seven solo, and one pass breakup at Arizona State...had six tackles against California and Washington.

SOPHOMORE (2009): Torn pectoral suffered during fall camp prevented him from seeing any game action in 2009...utilized redshirt season.

FRESHMAN (2008): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in each of WSU's 13 games...true freshman made four starts on the season...started the last four games of the season, including his first career start against Arizona where he had three tackles...recorded 34 tackles on the season (15 solo), including four tackles-for-loss and two sacks...registered a career-high seven tackles against Washington, including a nine-yard sack...recorded six tackles in collegiate debut against Oklahoma State and also had six tackles at Arizona State...had five tackles, two TFLs and a sack in finale at Hawaii.

TOOMER'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Two-year letterwinner in football under head coach Kiki Mendoza...named squad's Rookie of the Year as a JUNIOR after recording 37 tackles, two sacks, one blocked punt, one forced fumble and one safety...was named team captain as a SENIOR...earned first-team All-Trinity League honors following a 57-tackle campaign...also registered two sacks, four fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles and two defensive touchdowns...received the Coaches' Award...carried the ball 10 times on offense for 73 yards...also ran track and received the Coaches' Award for sprints.

PERSONAL
Tyree Jamar Toomer...parents Harold Toomer and Charmaine McNeel...four brothers Harold, Malik, Kyle and Dylan...also has one sister Tatiana...majoring in sociology.