As a junior (2004): Played in all 11 games and made six starts ... Finished seventh on the team with 47 total tackles including 24 solo stops ... Averaged 4.3 tackles per contest ... Was named a team captain for the second straight year ... Had two tackles behind the line of scrimmage and a pair of pass break-ups ... Forced and recovered a fumble against Nebraska ... Collected a season-high eight tackles in KU's win over Kansas State ... Named the winner of the team's Iron Hawk Award given to the player who exhibits outstanding work in the weight room.
As a redshirt sophomore (2003): Earned honorable-mention All-Big 12 honors as a linebacker ... Started all 13 games and finished the season fourth on the team with 93 tackles ... Averaged 7.2 tackles per contest ... Recorded nine tackles for loss and two sacks ... Was the winner of the Nolan Cromwell Award for Leadership at KU's annual awards banquet.
As a sophomore (2002): Started the season-opener against Iowa State and recorded eight tackles, but an injury late in the first half ended his season.
As a freshman (2001): Played in all 11 games with two starts ... Credited with 41 total tackles, including four tackles for loss ... Also had two quarterback sacks.
High School: A first-team all-state selection ... Named to the Wichita Eagle Top 11 football team ... Led his team to a 13-0 record and the Class 3A title ... Rushed for 1,743 yards and scored 30 touchdowns as a running back his senior season ... A three-time all-league selection ... Also a standout linebacker during his prep career ... Played for the state champion baseball team as a junior.
Personal: Parents are Michael and Sheila Floodman ... Mother, Sheila, earned two degrees from KU (undergraduate and law school) ... An economics major.