- Career & Game-By-Game Statistics
With 37 games played, is the most experienced player on the Bulldog defensive front . . . Was pressed into immediate service at defensive end during his true freshman season . . . Has played in all 36 games during his Mississippi State career, starting 12 times . . . Has made 60 tackles, including 11.5 for loss . . . Came to MSU after playing in the state of Florida High School All-Star game.
Saw action in all 13 Bulldog games, earning seven starts on the season . . . Recorded 23 total tackles with five tackles for loss on the year . . . Posted a season-best four stops against Arkansas in Week 11 and in the Egg Bowl victory.
Played in all 12 games earning four starts during his sophomore season . . . Posted 25 total tackles on the year with five and a half coming behind the line of scrimmage . . . Tallied a career best eight tackles against Florida with 1.5 TFL . . . Also credited with a pair of quarterback hurries on the season . . . Recorded his first career sack in the Egg Bowl victory.
Played in all 12 games during his true freshman season, starting five times at a defensive end position . . . Received the opening call in the first three games of the season and back-to-back games against Middle Tennessee and Kentucky in Weeks 8-9 . . . Registered 12 tackles, including one for loss (minus 4 yards) on the year . . . Became the first true freshman to start the first game of his career for Mississippi State since Quinton Culberson did so against Oregon in 2003, and just the second since 1986 . . . Made one tackle in the season’s first game at Louisiana Tech . . . Registered three tackles in Mississippi State’s home-opening 34-10 win over Southeastern Louisiana . . . Had one stop at LSU in Week 5 . . . Recorded five tackles, and his lone tackle for loss, in back-to-back games at mid-season at Tennessee and against Middle Tennessee . . . Added two more stops at Tennessee in Week 7 . . . Registered three tackles, including a 4-yard tackle for loss, in his team’s homecoming win over Middle Tennessee . . . Added one hit each in back-to-back games against Arkansas and Ole Miss to conclude his first season on campus.
Named one of the top 25 prospects in the Miami-Dade County area, the fourth-best pass rushing prospect, by the Miami Herald . . . That newspaper selected him second-team Dade County in the Class 4A-6A divisions on the defensive line following his senior season . . . Selected to play in both the Florida High School All-Star game and the Broward-Dade County All-Star game following his senior season . . . He had a pair of sacks in the Florida High School All-Star game . . . Finished the regular season with 57 tackles and 12 quarterback sacks during his senior campaign for head coach Nigel Dunn Jr. at Norland High School in Miami, Fla... . Helped lead Norland to a 7-4 record during that senior campaign . . . Had 35 tackles and five sacks as a junior . . . Also played on the offensive line during his high school career . . . Wrestled and ran track as a prepster, as well . . . Other top scholarship offers: Rutgers, South Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida International . . . Committed to MSU in January 2008.
Born Sean Pierre Ferguson, 9-25-89, in Miami, Fla. . . . Son of Ms. Philicia Ferguson.