|LIGON'S PERSONAL FILE|
Full Name: David Christopher Ligon
Born: Jan. 12, 1984
Coach at Christian Brothers High School: G. David Ligon
2005 Co-winner Harvey Robinson Award for most improved offensive player
CAREER GAMES/STARTS - 16/4
2005 - Games/Starts: 7/4 ... Claimed starting center spot on depth chart during preseason practice but suffered ankle injury during August scrimmage ... Saw limited action at center during Vols' 27-10 win over Mississippi ... Made first career start when the Vols visited Notre Dame ... Also started versus Memphis, Vanderbilt and Kentucky ... Selected to Academic All-SEC team.
2004 - Games/Starts: 9/0 ... Made collegiate debut vs. UNLV ... Played in nine games, including Cotton Bowl, but saw most extensive playing time during win at Vanderbilt ... Also key contributor in Kentucky victory.
2003 - Squad member ... Hampered during season by right knee injury ... Earlier in year, was limited in spring practice after undergoing January arthroscopic knee surgery.
2002 - Redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL - SuperPrep, PrepStar and Borderwars.com All-America ... First-team All-State as junior by coaches and sportswriters and named All-Metro ... Senior year cut short by fractured fibula in second game against Hamilton ... Three-year starter at tight end, offensive tackle and defensive end ... Coached in high school by his father, G. David Ligon ... As junior, recorded 74 tackles, eight sacks, 12 quarterback pressures, four fumbles caused and three recovered ... Best game as senior came against Melrose, with six tackles, six pressures, one sack and one forced fumble ... In 2000, had 15 tackles (10 solo), two sacks and two blocked field goals against Chattanooga McCallie ... Also competed on track and field team, garnering All-Metro honors as shot putter with toss of 58-7.