91 Jimmy Vailas
91 Jimmy Vailas
Height: 6-3
Weight: 260
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Bedford, N.H.
High School: Kimball Union Academy
Position: DL
Major: Heath Care Management and Policy

The son of Nicholas and Mary Ann Vailas... born 3-23-89 in Concord, N.H.... brother Andy is a Wildcats QB... uncle Jim Vailas played for Dartmouth College, uncles John and Arthur Vailas played for UNH... father, Nick, played for Plymouth State... uncle Alex played at Colby College


Will miss remainder of season due to injury... appeared in seven games, witih one start... made first career start and recovered a fumble in win at Holy Cross 

2011 statistics
Played in nine games as reserve defensive tackle, making four tackles, all solo, including two for loss and a sack... posted solo stops against Villanova (sack), at Richmond, at Lehigh and at Toledo... made three tackles and posted two sacks (both of his brother Andy) in spring Blue-White Game

2010 statistics
Played in five games, making five tackles and recovering a fumble...recovered fumble in NCAA D-I second-round victory at No. 13 Bethune-Cookman...registered career-high four tackles in win over Towson...secured one tackle in win over Lehigh

Redshirt season

Career Highs:
    Solo    4, vs Towson, 2010
    Assist    1, at Minnesota, 2012
    Total    4, vs Towson, 2010
Sacks        1.0, vs Villanova, 2011
Interceptions        n/a
Fumbles Forced        n/a
Fumbles Rec.        1, 3x, last at Old Dominion, 2012

Before UNH
Played one season at Kimball Union Academy for now UNH defensive coordinator John Lyons... K.U. Wildcats advanced to Bowl Game in his one season... was named Evergreen All-Star (2008)... played two seasons at Bishop Guertin High School for coach Tony Johnson... won 2006 D-II state championship as a junior and reached championship game as senior in 2007... spent freshman and sophomore seasons as player at Manchester West High School... named to D-II All-State First Team, Coaches All-State and was member of The Telegraph First Team All-Stars in 2007

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