We check in on eight former UNLV players currently in the NFL.
Junior running back finished with a career-high 635 yards in 2012.
Lotulelei, Cornett, Randle and Jackson tabbed MVPs.
Check out the this week's edition of notes from Russ Langer's view in the press box.
Running back named MAACO Bowl Las Vegas Mountain West Player of the Week.
UNLV football vs. Hawaii
UNLV vs. Nevada - AP Photos - 10/13/12
UNLV vs Washington State
Cornett's first-quarter run was the longest rushing score for the Rebels in 22 years.
AP Photos from today's game.
UNLV: A versatile, powerful offensive and special teams talent who became just the third Rebel in history to leave school early to take his chances in the NFL Draft ... On track to earn his bachelor's degree in 2013 ... A three-year letterman who spent the last two seasons as the No. 2 back in the UNLV offensive attack ... Twice scored three touchdowns in a game ... A good blocker in the backfield who has also shown to be a talented kick returner and kick-coverage standout ... Responsible for one of college football's top hits of the 2010 season when he de-cleated an Air Force kickoff returner at Sam Boyd Stadium. The stunning blow ranked No. 3 on ESPN SportsCenter's Top 10 Plays for Nov. 18, 2010.
2012: Played in all 13 games and finished second on team with a career-high 635 net yards rushing ... Led team with nine total touchdowns, eight of which came on the ground ... Also set career highs with eight receptions for 80 yards to go with one score through the air ... Posted his first 100-yard rushing game, finishing with 113 yards on 12 carries against New Mexico (Nov. 3, 2012) ... Fumbled for the first time as a Rebel on his 254th career carry (Nov. 10, 2012) ... Made his first receiving touchdown to go along with two rushing touchdowns against New Mexico (Nov. 3, 2012) ... Scored a career-high three touchdowns against Air Force (Sept. 22, 2012) and against New Mexico (Nov. 3, 2012).
2011: Played in all 12 games, including starting in the backfield vs. Hawai'i and Southern Utah ... Finished second on the team with 489 net rushing yards ... Led UNLV in rushing in three games, including a 65-yard, 14-carry effort in the season opener at No. 10 Wisconsin ... Ran for a career-high 96 yards on just 10 carries against No. 5 Boise State ... Bolted for a career-long 55-yard rush vs. the Broncos ... Finished with 71 yards on 14 attempts in the season finale at TCU ... Also posted a 78-yard game, including a one-yard TD, in a win over Hawai'i and 82 yards on 19 carries, including a five-yard score, at Air Force ... Caught five passes for 60 yards ... Ranked 10th in the Mountain West with a 20.3-yard kickoff return average ... Returned 20 balls for 406 yards, including a long of 47.
2010: Earned his first letter as a Rebel by playing in all 13 games ... Finished fifth on the squad with 109 rushing yards on just 25 carries ... Twice had season-high eight carries (at Utah and vs. UNM) ... Best ground total came vs. Lobos with 43 yards ... Scored first UNLV touchdown on a one-yard plunge vs. UNR ... Caught one pass for 11 yards ... Also a big contributor on special teams as he returned 18 kickoffs for 329 yards (18.3 YPR) and totaled six tackles on kick coverage ... Brought back a school-record eight KOR vs. TCU.
2009: Redshirted season.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Vista Murrieta HS and lettered three times for coach Coley Candaele as a RB and CB ... Coming out of high school he was ranked as the No. 50 back in the nation by both Scout and Rivals, which assigned him three stars ... Listed as the No. 57 recruit in the state of California by the Contra Costa Times ... Tabbed All-Southern Section Inland Division as a utility player by the Orange County Register ... Named All-Southwest League at RB in 2007 and '08 ... Played in the 2008 Inland All-Stars Football Classic ... Rushed for 1,593 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior ... Added 20 receptions for 206 yards three more scores ... Also returned eight kickoffs for 286 yards (35.8 YPR) ... As a junior ran for 976 yards and 11 touchdowns and caught 14 passes for 286 yards and four TDs. ... Helped the Broncos to 10-0 records and conference titles in both 2006 and '07 ... A three-sport star who also lettered in baseball and track & field ... A top student who earned multiple academic awards ... Competed in the Inland Empire All-Star Football Classic along with fellow Rebel signee Caleb Herring.
PERSONAL: Bradley I. Randle was born on Sept. 17, 1990, in Anaheim, CA ... The son of Lenny and Linda Randle ... Has two older brothers, Ahmad and Ture ... Father, Lenny Randle, was a longtime pro baseball player who suited up for six different clubs during his MLB career from 1971-82, including five seasons with the Texas Rangers ... Lenny Randle starred in both baseball and football at Arizona State, including leading the Sun Devils in kickoff and punt returns in 1968 and '69 and scoring a combined six touchdowns on special teams ... Bradley chose the Rebels over offers from schools such as Washington State, Boise State and New Mexico ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.
RANDLE'S OFFENSIVE STATS