Career Summary: Appeared in 23 career games...Signed with the Tigers in Feb. `07, and joined the squad during camp in August...Played all 13 games in `07 in the offensive line and as a member of the special teams unit for FGs and PATs...Saw first game action in the season opener with Ole Miss...Part of an offensive line that led C-USA in sack denial with 14, which also ranked 10th nationally...Helped the Tiger offense rank 13th nationally in passing offense and 23rd in total offense...Was in on 107 of Memphis' 1,017 offensive plays in `07...Received one of the Chris Faros Most Improved Player Awards at the `08 Blue-Gray Game.
2008 Highlights: Played in 10 of 13 games on the offensive line at left tackle and left guard...Part of an offensive line that ranked second in C-USA in fewest sacks allowed with 17...Came off the bench in the season opener and played 56 of 84 snaps at left tackle...Missed three straight games with a foot injury...Worked just about half of the team's offensive plays in the final five games of the season.
2007: Signed with the Tigers in February 2007 and joined the squad during camp in August...Played all 13 games in the offensive line and as a member of the special teams unit for field goals and PATs...Saw his first game action as a Tiger in the season opener with Ole Miss...Logged double digit offensive plays against Jacksonville State, Marshall and Rice...Part of an offensive line that led C-USA in sack denial with 14, which also ranked 10th nationally...Helped the Tiger offense rank 13th nationally in passing offense and 23rd in total offense...Was a key factor in Martin Hankins passing for 3,220 yards and 25 touchdowns...Was listed as the starter at left tackle during the spring practice session...Was presented one of the Chris Faros Most Improved Player Awards by the coaching staff at the 2008 Blue-Gray Game.
Junior College: Junior college standout who joined the Tigers after lettering two seasons at Hinds Community College...Played for Coach Mike Smith at HCC...Originally signed with Hinds as a defensive lineman and was converted to the offensive line...Played primarily at left tackle...Selected as his team's Most Valuable Lineman...Also selected to the all-state and all-region teams...Played in the Mississippi Junior College All-Star game...Named one of the Top 50 Junior College prospects by the Biloxi Sun Herald.
Prep: Lettered four seasons on the offensive and defensive lines at Pelham High...Played for Coach Rick Rhoades at PHS...Led the team in least amount of sacks allowed with zero...Selected to the all-state, all-area and all-region teams three straight seasons...Also lettered one season in track as a shot put thrower and was a first baseman one year at PHS.
Personal: Brent Todd is the son of Harold Heatherly...Born September 6, 1984, in Birmingham, Ala.
Todd's Career Offensive Line Statistics YR Games/Starts Plays/Total Team Plays 2007 13/0 107/1017