Completed his Ball State collegiate eligibility after the 2010 season . . .
* 2009 All-Mid-American Conference Second Team *
* 2010 All-MAC Second Team *
2010 (Sr.): Started all 12 games to earn fourth letter . . . managed his 17th career sack vs. Akron, which ties him for sixth on Ball State's all-time career sacks list . . . tallied a career high 4.5 sacks at Central Michigan and earned Mid-American Conference West Division Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance against the Chippewas . . . the 4.5 sacks was the second most in a single game for a Ball State player and ranks behind only the five sacks by Toby Beegle at Central Michigan in 1990 . . . recovered the second fumble of his career in the third quarter of Ball State's sesaon opener vs. Southeast Missouri State, which led to a Ball State touchdown . . . credited with a forced fumble vs. SEMO, at Buffalo and vs. Northern Illinois . . . fifth on the team with 63 tackles . . . . season high nine tackles at Toledo . . . career high 4.5 tackles for loss at Central Michigan . . . tied for eighth in the MAC in sacks . . . tied for sixth in the league in tackles for loss . . . received one of Ball State's Strength and Conditioning Cardinal Pride Awards.
2009 (Jr.): Started all 12 games to earn third letter . . . career high 10 tackles vs. North Texas . . . managed second career forced fumble vs. UNT . . . blocked the third punt of his career and the second of the season at Eastern Michigan . . . blocked an EMU punt with 5:33 to play in the third quarter, and the ball rolled out of the Eagles endzone for a safety . . . blocked the second punt of his career with 10:13 to play in the first quarter against New Hampshire . . . also recovered the blocked punt vs. New Hampshire . . . career high three tackles for loss at Army . . . led the team in tackles for loss and sacks . . . tied for 23rd in the nation in tackles for loss . . . recovered the second fumble of his career vs. Central Michigan . . . had seven tackles vs. New Hampshire, vs. Toledo, at Eastern Michigan and at Western Michigan . . . season high three tackles for loss at Army . . . two sacks vs. New Hampshire and vs. Bowling Green . . . two forced fumbles vs. New Hampshire.
2008 (So.): Played in all 14 games and started 10 contests . . . earned second letter . . . tied for second on the team with four sacks and was sixth for the Cardinals with 6.5 tackles for loss . . . managed a season high eight tackles at Miami University . . . posted seven tackles vs. Eastern Michigan . . . registered at least three tackles in nine games . . . tallied first career sack vs. Northeastern plus had sacks at Akron, at Toledo and vs. Tulsa in the GMAC Bowl . . . blocked first career punt vs. Tulsa in the GMAC Bowl . . . forced first career fumble at Miami University . . . registered first career pass breakup vs. Northeastern plus tallied PBUs vs. Eastern Michigan and Northern Illinois.
2007 (Fr.): Played in nine games to earn first letter . . . managed a season high two tackles vs. Miami University . . . tallied his first career tackle for loss vs. Toledo.
High School: Earned two letters in football for Coach Roderick Oden . . . helped team to a 9-2 record as a senior and a 21-3 mark in his career . . . managed 92 total tackles, 19 sacks, 32 tackles for loss, four blocked punts and four forced fumbles as a senior . . . Detroit News All-City as a senior plus earned All-Metro Second-Team honors . . . managed 160 tackles, 30 sacks, 60 tackles for loss, 10 blocked punts and 10 forced fumbles in his career . . . ranked as the 28th best overall player in the state of Michigan.
Personal: Son of Robert Eddins III and Bridgett Eddins . . . one brother . . . born Oct. 11, 1988, in Detroit, Mich. . . . full name is Robert James Eddins IV.