Drafted with the third of three fourth-round choices (132nd overall) in the 2014 NFL Draft. Fourth player drafted out of Boston College in club history (Last: Pete Kendall, 1996).
NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
- Rookie season was cut short (shoulder) after seven games played with 10 tackles on defense and three special teams tackles.
COLLEGE: Started all 44 games played at Boston College, lining up at weakside outside linebacker for his first 31 contests before concluding his career with 13 starts on the strong-side. Tied for eighth in school history with 360 tackles (214 solos). Had eight sacks for minus 66 yards and 23.0 stops for losses of 103 yards. Deflected 11 passes and intercepted another, as he recovered two fumbles and caused another.
PERSONAL: Attended King Low Heywood Thomas High School. The two-time New England Prep School Athletic Conference Class C All-Star lined up at middle linebacker and fullback, and was the 2009-10 Gatorade Connecticut Football Player of the Year. Two-time team captain led the Vikings to consecutive Fairchester Athletic Association titles (2008 and 2009). Finished career with 460 tackles and 10.5 sacks. Also played basketball and lacrosse. Oldest of Windzer Pierre-Louis's five children. Majored in Business Administration.