Perhaps Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly put it best when he said, "Aaron Donald is a one-man wrecking crew."...the All-America candidate is making a case for being the most disruptive defensive lineman in college football...named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year by the Atlantic Coast Conference Sports Media Association...leads the nation in tackles for loss (2.2 per game), while ranking 13th in sacks (0.83 per game) and 10th
One of the top overall athletes on the team and FSU's returning top tackler who started all 14 games at weakside linebacker in 2012 after serving as the team's strongside linebacker in 2011. An impressive physical specimen who has above average speed and quickness, which makes him one of the leading candidates for the Butkus Award, given to the nation's top linebacker.
The always-around-the-ball Bailey returns for his what could be his third year as a starter as a junior in 2013, this season likely at safety after starting the past two seasons at linebacker. He missed 2013 spring practice while recuperating from 2012 post-season shoulder surgery. Bailey started for his second year at strongside linebacker as a sophomore in 2012 and had another impressive season.