Career Summary:Lettered four seasons for the Tigers, seeing action on defense and offense during his career...Was a linebacker in 2004 and 2005 before making the transition to fullback during fall camp in 2006...Played in 11 games as a true freshman in 2004 and was named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team after totaling 12 tackles and one sack...Picked up his first career sack against Tulane...Saw action on defense and as a member of the special teams unit as a sophomore...Credited with six tackles in 2005...Played in 12 games and made two starts as a junior...Saw his first offensive stats in the 2006 meeting with Chattanooga, logging one carry for seven yards...Credited with a season-high four receptions for 34 yards on the road at Marshall in 2006...Had a season-high pass reception of 18 yards against Southern Miss...Closed out the 2006 season with five rushing attempts for 25 yards and nine receptions for 76 yards...Also had two kick returns for 52 yards that season.
2006: Made the transition in fall camp from linebacker to fullback...Move proved to be beneficial and gave the Tigers depth in the running game...Played in all 12 games as a junior...Saw his first offensive stats against Chattanooga, logging one carry for seven yards...Also caught a seven-yard pass on 3rd-and-2 for a key first down that led to a Tiger score three plays later...Posted a 23-yard kickoff return against East Carolina...Caught a three-yard pass against Tulsa...Credited with a season-high four receptions for 34 yards on the road at Marshall...Caught a seven-yard pass on 2nd-and-goal from Martin Hankins in the first quarter that was originally marked as a touchdown, but changed after officials viewed the replay...Registered a 14-yard reception in the third quarter that moved Memphis into the redzone...Also had receptions of five yards and eight yards against the Thundering Herd...Tallied a four-yard run and an 18-yard reception against Southern Miss in his first start at fullback...Long reception was on 2nd-and-10 from the Golden Eagles' 23-yard line and led to a Tiger score three plays later...Posted 14 yards on three carries against UCF...Also credited with a 10-yard reception and a 29-yard kickoff return versus the Golden Knights...Started against Houston and made a four-yard catch in that meeting...Finished the season with five carries for 25 yards and nine receptions for 76 yards...Received the Role Player Award at the team banquet...
2005: Played in the season-opening contest with Ole Miss and was credited with two tackles...Came back with a two-tackle performance in the win over Chattanooga...Credited with one tackle in the Tulsa game...Worked on special teams in the UCF game...Had one tackle in the Tigers' 35-20 road win over Houston...Credited with one solo stop in the UAB game on national television...Missed the Motor City Bowl because of an ankle injury...Appeared in 11 games for the Tigers in 2005, working primarily with the special teams unit...Finished the year with six total tackles.
2004: Named to the 2004 Conference USA All-Freshman Team...One of just five true freshmen to see significant playing time in 2004...Credited with his first tackle as a Tiger in Memphis's 52-21 win over Chattanooga...Continued his work as a member of the Tiger coverage teams against Arkansas State...Logged one tackle as a special teams member in the game with UAB...Worked in the defensive secondary in the win over Tulane...Had two tackles, including a tackle for lost yardage, against the Green Wave...Logged his first quarterback sack against the Green Wave...Had two tackles from an outside linebacker slot in the Cincinnati game...Worked on special teams in the Louisville game...Logged one tackle in the Memphis victory over Southern Mississippi...Served on the Tiger special teams and played linebacker in the season finale against USF...Credited with one tackle in the GMAC Bowl while providing kickoff coverage...Finished the 2004 season with 12 total tackles, one tackle for lost yardage and one quarterback sack.
Prep: One of the most highly sought after recruits in Mississippi and the Mid-South area...Rated as the number one prospect in the state of Mississippi by Rivals.com...Was an all-state selection at Southaven High for Coach Calvin Aldridge...Played safety, but also saw time at quarterback, running back and wide receiver...Had 114 carries for 670 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2003...Also caught 21 passes for 373 yards...Averaged 17.76 yards per reception as a senior...Scored a total of 88 points in 2003...Named to The Commercial Appeal's Best of The Preps for 2003 in football...Named to the All-Region 1-5A first team...Ranked as the number six athlete in the nation by Rivals.com and the number 96 player overall in the senior class...Ranked number 41 in the Southeastern Elite 88 in 2003...Rated as the number three prep prospect in the state of Mississippi by the Jackson Clarion-Ledger...Ranked by Tom Lemming as the number two safety prospect in the nation...Rushed for over 650 yards in 2003 and tallied 360 yards receiving with 16 total touchdowns...Credited with 87 tackles as a senior...Totaled 110 tackles, seven pass interceptions and scored seven touchdowns as a junior in 2002...Named the District MVP as a junior...Helped his team to a 10-4 record and a showing in the Class 5A state semifinals...Named to the All-Shelby Suburban Team in 2002...Also selected to all-state team in 2002...Received offers from Auburn and Mississippi State.
Personal: Greg Hinds is the son of Pamela Sandifer and Melvin Lester...Born November 23, 1985 in Memphis, Tenn.
HINDS' STATISTICS Tackles G/S UT AT Tot. FR Int TFL Sack 2004 11/0 7 5 12 0 0-0 0.5-2 1-2 2005 11/0 4 2 6 0 0-0 0.0-0 0-0 2006 12/2 2 0 2 0 0-0 0.0-0 0-0 Total 34/2 13 7 20 0 0-0 0.5-2 1-2