Round Drafted:


Texas A&M

Posted one of the most impressive first seasons by a Texas A&M freshman defender in school history … led the team in QB sacks (11.5), tackles for loss (14.0) and QB hurries (9), and also was second among defensive linemen with 53 tackles … posted at least two tackles in every game and had at least a sack in six games … Garrett’s exploits made him a consensus second-team All-SEC pick, as well as consensus freshman All-American and All-SEC … named the team’s Defensive MVP at the annual team banquet … his 11 QB sacks broke the school and SEC freshman record … Garrett matched the old Texas A&M QB sack record of 5.5 (held by All-Americans Damontre Moore and Sam Adams) by the third game of the season and took sole ownership in game 6 of 2014 … in the ninth game of 2014 (fifth start), Garrett broke South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney’s SEC freshman record of 8.0 sacks … Garrett also owns Texas A&M’s freshman standard for single game sacks with 3.5 against Louisiana-Monroe … had a season-high 10 tackles vs. Mississippi State … also made a game-changing special teams play when he blocked a field goal try by Auburn and the ensuing live football was returned 65 yards for a touchdown by Deshazor Everett … saw action in 12 games, with eight starts,  while missing the Missouri game due to an injury.