Carlos Nuno Athlete Profile

#96 Carlos Nuno

Carlos Nuno
Position: Tight End Height: 6-5 Weight: 250 Roster Years: 1997-1999 Hometown: Modesto, CA Last School: Modesto Community College

Personal

Born in San Jose, Calif. ... Parents are Carlos and Cheryl... Served an LDS Church mission to St. Louis, Mo. ... Likes weightlifting ... Recruited by Fresno State ... Majoring in business management.

Before BYU

Lettered in football four times and once in basketball and track at Modesto High ... Was team captain ... All-conference, all-district and played in the regional all-star game ... Also played in the regional basketball all-star game... Basketball team was undefeated in conference play ... Coached by Larry Shimel.

Summary

2000- Signed free-agent contract with Miami Dolphins.

Other College

Played linebacker at Modesto Junior College for one season.

Stats

Year  Catches  Yards    TD   YPC  Long   CPG
1998 13 207 2 15.9 58 1.0
Total 13 207 2 15.9 58 1.0



1997 | Sophomore Year

Participated in spring drills ... Was a second-unit defensive end ... Recorded six tackles and a QB hurry during the season ... Was coaches' special teams player vs. Utah State.

1998 | Junior Year

Switched to tight end during spring drills ... Started at tight end vs. Fresno State and UNLV ... Recorded 13 receptions for 207 yards ... Averaged 15.9 yards per catch ... Named coaches' receiver of the game in games vs. Arizona State, San Diego State and Utah ... Tallied 80 yards on three receptions vs. Fresno State, including a 58-yard touchdown pass from Drew Miller ... Caught two passes for 28 yards at Utah, including a 23-yard touchdown reception from Kevin Feterik ... Recovered an Alabama fumble on special teams that lead to an eight-play, 46-yard scoring drive.

1999 | Senior Year

Started six games at tight end...opened the season with a four reception, 44-yard performance against Washington...was named coaches' receiver of the game after catching four passes for 48 yards and a touchdown against Virginia...was forced out of the lineup for four games after sustaining a partial tear in the MCL of his left knee against the Cavaliers...hauled in a season-high 23-yard reception at Wyoming.