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Quinten Rollins
CB #24
Height:
5-11
Weight:
195
Age:
25
College:
Miami (Ohio)
Hometown:
Wilmington, OH
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2017):

TCKL
12
SCK
0.0
FF
0
INT
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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 84 73 11 1.0 0 15 3 48 -- 45 1 0 1
2017 GB 3 1 12 6 6 0.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
2016 GB 13 10 41 39 2 0.0 -- 8 1 0 -- 0 0 0 --
2015 GB 14 4 31 28 3 1.0 0 6 2 48 24 45 1 0 --
Recent Games
WKOppResultTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
TotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
1 SEA W 17-9 8 4 4 0.0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2 @ATL L 23-34 3 2 1 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
3 CIN W 27-24 1 0 1 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1

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Biography

Pro Highlights

  • Saw action in 13 games with a career-best 10 starts (four at LCB, six as the third CB) and posted 41 tackles (35 solo), an interception and 11 passes defensed in 2016. Was inactive for three games (Weeks 6-8) due to a groin injury and only played in one playoff game, missing the other two due to a neck injury/concussion.
  • Played in 14 games with four starts (two at LCB, two at RCB) in 2015, recording 35 tackles (25 solo), a sack, two interceptions (one for a TD) and nine passes defensed in his rookie season.
  • Was tied for No. 3 on the team in INTs and tied for No. 4 among NFL rookies.
  • Finished second among Packers rookies (FB Aaron Ripkowski, nine) with seven special teams tackles in '15.
  • Played in both postseason games with one start in 2015 and posted a solo tackle and a pass defensed.
  • Recorded two interceptions vs. St. Louis in Week 5 (2015), becoming the first Green Bay rookie to do so since CB Casey Hayward had two at Houston on Oct. 14, 2012. Returned the first interception 45 yards for a TD, becoming the first Packers rookie to record a pick-six since S Marques Anderson in 2002 (vs. Detroit, Nov. 10).
  • Selected by Green Bay in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft with the No. 62 overall selection. Became only the third player ever drafted by Green Bay out of Miami (Ohio), joining HB John Pont (No. 220 overall, 19th round, 1952) and T Rudy Schoendorf (No. 159 overall, 14th round, 1957).

COLLEGE

Played basketball for four seasons at Miami (Ohio) before playing one season of football…Earned his degree in sports studies…Senior season (2014): Named the Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-MAC…Became the first RedHawk to earn MAC Defensive POY honors since LB Clayton Mullins in 2007…Started all 12 games, registering 72 tackles (53 solo), seven INTs, four tackles for a loss, a forced fumble, 16 passes defensed and a defensive TD…Tied for the most INTs in a single season in school history…Led the conference and ranked No. 3 nationally in INTs…Finished No. 2 on the team with 53 solo tackles and tied for No. 1 with nine pass breakups…Registered his first career INT vs. Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 6)…Named MAC East Defensive Player of the Week after recording six tackles (four solo) and an INT at Michigan (Sept. 13)…Tied for the team lead with eight tackles (four solo) and hauled in a career-best two INTs, with his first INT resulting in a TD on the ensuing drive at Cincinnati (Sept. 20)…Was tied for the team lead with a career-high nine tackles (seven solo) vs. Western Michigan (Nov. 1)…Registered six tackles (four solo) and matched his career high with two INTs vs. Ohio (Nov. 25), returning one interception 27 yards for his first career TD…Earned MAC East Defensive POW for his performance…(2010-14): Played basketball for four seasons at Miami (Ohio) and ranked second in school history and 12th in conference history in steals (214)…Finished his career ranked fourth at Miami in assists (391), seventh in games started (106) and ninth in minutes played (3,448)…Became the only player in school history to twice register seven steals in a game…Owns four of the top six single-game steal marks at Miami…Earned Miami’s Richard Shrider Defensive Player of the Year award three times…Posted five or more steals in 12 games and five or more assists in 28 games…Served as a co-captain in his final two seasons…Played in and started all 31 games as a senior in 2013-14, averaging 6.9 points per game, 3.9 rebounds per game and 3.9 assists per game…Tallied the third-most steals (73) in a single season in school history…Started 28 of 31 games played as a junior in 2012-13 and averaged 5.2 ppg and 3.0 rpg, while leading the team with 122 assists on the season…Ranked among conference leaders in steals (1.9, 4th), assists (3.9, 6th) and assist/turnover ratio (1.7, 6th)…As a sophomore, played in all 30 games, making 28 starts…Ranked sixth in the conference in steals (1.6 per game)…Made 19 starts in 24 games played in 2010-11 and became the first freshman to start in the school’s season opener since 2003-04…Led the RedHawks in steals (35) despite missing nine games due to injury…Earned the team’s Arthur & Olga Adkins Newcomer of the Year award, the Dr. Terry Hunt Free Throw Award and was the first freshman to be named the Richard Shrider Defensive Player of the Year since the award’s inception in 1968.

PERSONAL

Given name Quinten Benjamin Frederick Rollins…Nicknamed “Q”…Born in Wilmington, Ohio…Single…Has a 6-year-old daughter, Quinlyn…Great-uncle, Mike Wilson, played offensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals (1978-85) and the Seattle Seahawks (1986-89)…Played in the 2015 Senior Bowl, where he roomed with Randall…High school: Attended Wilmington (Ohio) High School, where he was a four-year letterwinner in basketball and football…Inducted into Wilmington High School’s Hall of Fame after his senior year…Served as a team captain for three years in football and two years in basketball…Was a three-time first-team all-conference selection in football and was named the 2009 Fort Ancient Valley Conference co-Athlete of the Year…Played running back and defensive back, and also returned punts…Helped the basketball team win three straight conference titles in his four years as well as district and sectional titles as a junior…Earned all-state recognition three times in basketball, first-team honors as a senior, third-team honors as a junior and honorable mention as a sophomore…Was a four-time first-team All-FAVC selection and earned FAVC Player of the Year as a sophomore and a senior…Twice named first-team All-Southwest District and was the 2010 Southwest District Player of the Year after averaging 19.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 2.6 spg and 2.5 apg as a senior…Community involvement: Signed autographs to raise money for The Salvation Army…Visited elementary schools and volunteered for Youth Day while in college…Residence: Wilmington, Ohio.

Pro Highlights

  • Saw action in 13 games with a career-best 10 starts (four at LCB, six as the third CB) and posted 41 tackles (35 solo), an interception and 11 passes defensed in 2016. Was inactive for three games (Weeks 6-8) due to a groin injury and only played in one playoff game, missing the other two due to a neck injury/concussion.
  • Played in 14 games with four starts (two at LCB, two at RCB) in 2015, recording 35 tackles (25 solo), a sack, two interceptions (one for a TD) and nine passes defensed in his rookie season.
  • Was tied for No. 3 on the team in INTs and tied for No. 4 among NFL rookies.
  • Finished second among Packers rookies (FB Aaron Ripkowski, nine) with seven special teams tackles in '15.
  • Played in both postseason games with one start in 2015 and posted a solo tackle and a pass defensed.
  • Recorded two interceptions vs. St. Louis in Week 5 (2015), becoming the first Green Bay rookie to do so since CB Casey Hayward had two at Houston on Oct. 14, 2012. Returned the first interception 45 yards for a TD, becoming the first Packers rookie to record a pick-six since S Marques Anderson in 2002 (vs. Detroit, Nov. 10).
  • Selected by Green Bay in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft with the No. 62 overall selection. Became only the third player ever drafted by Green Bay out of Miami (Ohio), joining HB John Pont (No. 220 overall, 19th round, 1952) and T Rudy Schoendorf (No. 159 overall, 14th round, 1957).

COLLEGE

Played basketball for four seasons at Miami (Ohio) before playing one season of football…Earned his degree in sports studies…Senior season (2014): Named the Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-MAC…Became the first RedHawk to earn MAC Defensive POY honors since LB Clayton Mullins in 2007…Started all 12 games, registering 72 tackles (53 solo), seven INTs, four tackles for a loss, a forced fumble, 16 passes defensed and a defensive TD…Tied for the most INTs in a single season in school history…Led the conference and ranked No. 3 nationally in INTs…Finished No. 2 on the team with 53 solo tackles and tied for No. 1 with nine pass breakups…Registered his first career INT vs. Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 6)…Named MAC East Defensive Player of the Week after recording six tackles (four solo) and an INT at Michigan (Sept. 13)…Tied for the team lead with eight tackles (four solo) and hauled in a career-best two INTs, with his first INT resulting in a TD on the ensuing drive at Cincinnati (Sept. 20)…Was tied for the team lead with a career-high nine tackles (seven solo) vs. Western Michigan (Nov. 1)…Registered six tackles (four solo) and matched his career high with two INTs vs. Ohio (Nov. 25), returning one interception 27 yards for his first career TD…Earned MAC East Defensive POW for his performance…(2010-14): Played basketball for four seasons at Miami (Ohio) and ranked second in school history and 12th in conference history in steals (214)…Finished his career ranked fourth at Miami in assists (391), seventh in games started (106) and ninth in minutes played (3,448)…Became the only player in school history to twice register seven steals in a game…Owns four of the top six single-game steal marks at Miami…Earned Miami’s Richard Shrider Defensive Player of the Year award three times…Posted five or more steals in 12 games and five or more assists in 28 games…Served as a co-captain in his final two seasons…Played in and started all 31 games as a senior in 2013-14, averaging 6.9 points per game, 3.9 rebounds per game and 3.9 assists per game…Tallied the third-most steals (73) in a single season in school history…Started 28 of 31 games played as a junior in 2012-13 and averaged 5.2 ppg and 3.0 rpg, while leading the team with 122 assists on the season…Ranked among conference leaders in steals (1.9, 4th), assists (3.9, 6th) and assist/turnover ratio (1.7, 6th)…As a sophomore, played in all 30 games, making 28 starts…Ranked sixth in the conference in steals (1.6 per game)…Made 19 starts in 24 games played in 2010-11 and became the first freshman to start in the school’s season opener since 2003-04…Led the RedHawks in steals (35) despite missing nine games due to injury…Earned the team’s Arthur & Olga Adkins Newcomer of the Year award, the Dr. Terry Hunt Free Throw Award and was the first freshman to be named the Richard Shrider Defensive Player of the Year since the award’s inception in 1968.

PERSONAL

Given name Quinten Benjamin Frederick Rollins…Nicknamed “Q”…Born in Wilmington, Ohio…Single…Has a 6-year-old daughter, Quinlyn…Great-uncle, Mike Wilson, played offensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals (1978-85) and the Seattle Seahawks (1986-89)…Played in the 2015 Senior Bowl, where he roomed with Randall…High school: Attended Wilmington (Ohio) High School, where he was a four-year letterwinner in basketball and football…Inducted into Wilmington High School’s Hall of Fame after his senior year…Served as a team captain for three years in football and two years in basketball…Was a three-time first-team all-conference selection in football and was named the 2009 Fort Ancient Valley Conference co-Athlete of the Year…Played running back and defensive back, and also returned punts…Helped the basketball team win three straight conference titles in his four years as well as district and sectional titles as a junior…Earned all-state recognition three times in basketball, first-team honors as a senior, third-team honors as a junior and honorable mention as a sophomore…Was a four-time first-team All-FAVC selection and earned FAVC Player of the Year as a sophomore and a senior…Twice named first-team All-Southwest District and was the 2010 Southwest District Player of the Year after averaging 19.5 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 2.6 spg and 2.5 apg as a senior…Community involvement: Signed autographs to raise money for The Salvation Army…Visited elementary schools and volunteered for Youth Day while in college…Residence: Wilmington, Ohio.