Brandon Greer
Brandon  Greer


Dolton, Ill.

High School:
Mount Carmel

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 203


Sport Management


Central Michigan Rolls Past Purdue, 38-17

The Chippewas beat a Big Ten foe for the second time in three seasons.


Competition Stiff in Deep, Experienced Chippewa Secondary

2014: [Game-by-Game] Started all 13 games … finished the season with 47 tackles, including 36 solos … tied for the team lead with three interceptions, which ranks eighth in the MAC … has four pass breakups … returned an interception 57 yards for a touchdown and forced a fumble against Purdue (9/6) … tallied a season-high eight stops at Northern Illinois (10/11).

2013: [Game-by-Game] Started all 12 games at cornerback ... totaled 49 tackles (31 solos) ... tied for the team lead with five pass break ups ... recorded a season high seven solo tackles (8 total) at UNLV (9/14) ... had seven tackles at North Carolina State (9/28) and versus Northern Illinois (10/19) ... notched first career interception in road win of Ohio (10/12) ... tied season high with eight tackles (6 solos) at Ball State (11/6) ... totaled five tackles and two pass break-ups at Western Michigan (11/16) ... tallied second interception of the season versus UMass (11/23), returning it 34 yards.

2012: [Game-by-Game] Appeared in all 13 games as a true freshman ... finished with 12 total tackles (8 solos) ... recorded a season high three tackles, all solos, against Michigan State (9/8) ... made two tackles and first career fumble recovery at Toledo (10/6) ... had one tackle versus Eastern Michigan, including .5 for a loss of four yards.

High School: Two-year varsity starter ... helped lead team to a 10-4 record in 2011 ... two-way player who ran for 1,692 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior ... led team with 102 points scored in 2011 ... made 32 tackles as a senior ... credited with 75 tackles, three interceptions and two pass breakups as a junior in 2010 ... named MVP of the 2011 Prep Bowl ... Chicago Tribune all-state selection as a senior ... all-area selection by the Chicago Sun-Times ... Chicago Catholic League Blue Lawless Award winner as the conference's Blue Division MVP in 2011 ... selected to Tom Lemming's All-Chicagoland first team ... all-area selection as a defensive back in 2010 ... helped lead team to a conference title and two state playoff appearances during career.

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