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#6 Anthony Wiseman
Position: Defenisve Back
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Silver Hill, Md.
High School: Dematha HS

A dependable two-year starter at cornerback ... played in all 38 games over his last three seasons and played in the final 39 contests of his career ... saw action in 2007 as the nickel corner ... also saw time as a returner in his career ... posted 19 pass breakups over his final two seasons which tied for the most in the ACC in that span (also Ras-I Dowling, Virginia).

As a Senior (2009): Started all 12 games at cornerback ... also served as a punt returner in the first half of the season ... ranked 11th in the ACC in passes defended (0.75 pg) ... had nine PBUs on the season, which was tied for fourth in the league ... posted at least one pass breakup in seven games ... ranked sixth on the team in tackles (56) and third in solo stops (36) ... had a career-best three PBUs in the season opener vs. Cal (9/5) ... had a career-high four punt returns for 18 yards vs. James Madison (9/12) ... had eight tackles, including five solo stops and a career-best 2.0 TFLs, vs. MTSU (9/19) ... made four stops against Clemson (10/3) ... had seven tackles, including a career-high tying six solo stops, vs. Wake Forest (10/10) ... had one PBU vs. Virginia (10/17) and another vs. Duke (10/24) ... had five stops and a PBU vs. NC State (11/7) ... had a career-best 10 tackles, including five solo stops, vs. Boston College (11/28) in the regular-season finale ... a preseason fourth team all-league choice by Phil Steele's preview.

As a Junior (2008): Started all 13 games at cornerback ... had a team-best 10 PBUs, including five over the final three games ... ranked fourth in the ACC in pass breakups (0.77 pg) ... tied for fifth on the team in solo stops (32) ... made his first career start vs. Delaware (8/30) ... contributed five tackles (all solo) and a pass breakup against MTSU (9/6) ... tallied one PBU and one TFL vs. Cal (9/13) ... tied for second on the team with a season-high nine tackles against Eastern Michigan (9/20) ... had six tackles, including a career-high six solo stops vs. Clemson (9/27) ... had three tackles and a season-best two PBUs vs. Virginia (10/4) ... added another PBU to go along with two tackles vs. NC State (10/25) ... posted five stops vs. Virginia Tech (11/6) ... had a solo stop and a PBU vs. North Carolina (11/15) ... had eight tackles and matched his season high with two PBUs vs. FSU (11/22) ... tied a season high with two pass breakups vs. Nevada in the Roady's Humanitarian Bowl (12/30) ... also had four stops (all solo) vs. the Wolf Pack.

As a Sophomore (2007): Played in all 13 games as a reserve defensive back and special-teams performer ... had 23 tackles ... also returned punts and kickoffs ... appeared as a reserve vs. Villanova (9/1) and recorded one tackle ... played vs. FIU (9/8) and broke up one pass ... recorded three tackles, including a half tackle for loss, vs. WVU (9/13) ... had two solo tackles vs. Wake Forest (9/22) ... also returned one punt for 9 yards ... recovered a fumble and recorded one solo tackle vs. Georgia Tech (10/6) ... added a pair of kick returns for 34 yards, including a career-long 20-yarder ... recorded a season-high four tackles vs. BC (11/10) and also forced a fumble on a kickoff return ... tied a season high with four tackles, all solo. vs. NC State (11/24) ... the solo stops were also a season best ... also returned three punts for 15 yards ... had three tackles vs. Oregon State in the Emerald Bowl (12/28) ... had the second-fastest 40 time (4.37) among DBs in spring 2007 testing.

As a Redshirt Freshman (2006): Played in just one game, seeing action as a reserve cornerback vs. Purdue in the Champs Sports Bowl (12/29) ... had a solid contest with two pass breakups ... was active but did not play in the first four games ... missed the next eight games with an injury ... showed in spring testing that his speed returned (tied for the second-fastest time among defensive backs) after knee injury in high school.

As a Freshman (2005): Redshirt season.

At DeMatha High School: A three-year letterwinner and starter who played cornerback and tailback ... missed most of his senior season after injuring his left knee on a punt return in game two vs. Gilman ... scored two rushing touchdowns in the Stags' season opener against H.D. Woodson ... was the team's leading rusher as a junior and sophomore ... ran for over 1,000 yards with 18 touchdowns in 2003 ... had three TDs in his team's state championship win his junior year ... listed as the 10th-best cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com ... a SuperPrep All-American ... an All-East region selection by PrepStar ... honorable mention all-state as a junior by the Associated Press ... first team All-WCAC and All-Gazette as a junior ... team won state his last two years and was 22-1 in that time ... also a three-year letterwinner in track and three-time All-American ... was the national prep record holder in the indoor 200-meters with a time of 21.64 ... was also recruited by Miami, Florida, Nebraska, Michigan and Virginia Tech ... coached by Bill McGregor.

Personal: Born March 8, 1987 ... mother is Vanessa Wiseman ... is the first member of his family to attend college ... majored in American studies.

Wiseman's Career Statistics

Defense	G-GS	UT	AT	TT	TFL	Sacks	FC	FR	PBU	Int.
2006	1-0	0	0	0	0.0-0	0.0-0	0	0	2	0-0
2007	13-0	15	8	23	0.5-0	0.0-0	1	1	1	0-0
2008	13-13	32	17	49	1.0-2	0.0-0	0	0	10	0-0
2009	12-12	36	20	56	4.0-6	0.0-0	0	0	9	0-0
Career	39-25	83	45	128	5.5-8	0.0-0	1	1	22	0-0

Returns G-GS KOR Yds Avg. TD PR Yds Avg. TD 2006 1-0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 2007 13-0 2 34 17.0 0 4 24 6.0 0 2008 13-13 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 2009 12-12 0 0 0.0 0 7 25 3.6 0 Career 39-25 2 34 17.0 0 11 49 4.5 0


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