Charles Bailey, Jr.
2004: Totaled 17 tackles, one TFL and one interception in 11 games, including one start ... Made his first career interception against Iowa where he also had two tackles ... Had four stops vs. Northwestern ... Added three tackles including a TFL at Michigan State ... Had two tackles vs. Florida A&M, Purdue, Minnesota, Iowa and Indiana.
2003: Played in all 12 games, starting four games at cornerback ... Totaled 31 tackles, two passes broken up and one tackle-for-loss ... Had a season-high 10 tackles vs. Michigan State ... Registered six tackles and one PBU at Iowa.
High School: Named All-State and All-Region as a senior ... Finished his career with 113 solo tackles and 42 assists as well as 14 tackles-for-loss and nine sacks ... Forced seven career fumbles and recovered five, while breaking up 15 passes ... Is the school's all-time rushing leader and set school record for career rushing touchdowns ... Rushed for 2,335 yards and 30 scores ... Three-time All-Conference selection ... Earned three letters each in football and track ... All-State performer in track ... Recipient of the Euell Wilson Award, given to the exceptional football player who also excels in the classroom and community ... Team placed second at state in track as a junior ... Set national indoor record in the 55-meter hurdles with a 7.4 mark ... Named the "Fastest Hurdler in the Nation" ... Game Night Playmaker of the Year award ... High school football coach was Matt Stinson.
Personal: Full name is Charles Allen Bailey Jr. ... Born Oct. 26, 1985 ... The son of Charles and Patricia Bailey ... Father, Charles Sr., played football at Michigan State from 1966-70 ... Lists New Orleans Saints corner Mike McKenzie as his favorite athlete ... Honor roll student.
Bailey's Game-By-Game Defensive Statistics