Davis will play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl this Saturday in California.
A senior transfer who solidified the quarterback position in 2007 and projects to maintain his role in 2008.
2007: Started all 13 games at quarterback and solidified the offense ... Completed 197-of-347 passes (57-percent) for 2367 yards with 13 touchdowns and just six interceptions ... His 122.98 efficiency rating is the best by a Husky signal caller since Dan Orlovsky in 2004 ... Also showed good mobility, running the ball 133 times for 328 yards and a score ... Shared the team MVP award with Dan Davis ... Threw just one interception over the final four games of the regular season and was picked off just twice in BIG EAST play ... Was an efficient 16-for-24 for 213 yards with a touchdown in the win over Syracuse (Nov. 17) ... Had a pair of touchdown tosses in the win over Rutgers (Nov. 3) ... Threw for 194 yards and a score in the victory against USF (Oct. 27) ... Helped rally the team from a 17-7 fourth quarter deficit to beat Louisville (Oct. 19) ... Threw a pair of touchdowns against Akron (Sept. 29) while gaining 44 rushing yards on just seven carries ... Threw two touchdowns against Maine (Sept. 8) in his Rentschler Field debut ... Picked up the offensive game ball in his major college debut at Duke (Sept. 1) as he completed 22-of-30 passes for 298 yards with two touchdowns and an interception to go along with 56 rushing yards.
Prior to UConn: Spent the 2006 season at Palomar Community College in San Marcos, Calif. (near San Diego)...Named a first-team J.C. Grid-Wire All-American and Offensive Player of the Year for California Junior Colleges...Completed 229 of 332 passes (69.0-percent) for 2,960 yards, throwing for 26 touchdowns against only three interceptions for a 167.90 efficiency rating...Carried the ball 134 times for 836 yards with eight touchdowns...Had four 300-yard passing games to guide the Comets' offense, which averaged 467.7 yards per game and 40.0 points per game...Carried a 4.0 grade point average as a business major...Honorable Mention pick on the J.C. Grid-Wire Scholar/Athlete Community College All-America team...Originally signed with Iowa State in Feb. of 2005 after a first-team All-State senior season at Eddyville-Blakesburg High School...Never played for ISU...At Eddyville-Blakesburg, also lettered three times in both basketball and track, captaining the basketball and football teams for two years each.
Personal Profile: Tyler John Lorenzen...Born on December 24, 1985...Has several relatives who have played a variety of sports at Iowa State including football, volleyball and women's basketball...A management major.