Micah Hyde   #23 SS

Height: 6-0   Weight: 197   Age: 26

Born: 12/31/1990 Toledo , OH

College: Iowa

Experience: 5th season

High School: Fostoria HS [OH]

TCKL

47

SCK

0.0

FF

0

INT

5

Draft 2013

Pick No.159

Selected By: Green Bay Packers

Round: 5

Pick (Overall): 26 (159)

Pick Analysis: There wasn?t much Hyde couldn?t do as a high school player in northwest Ohio. He was first-team all-state as a quarterback as a senior, a three-time team captain who intercepted eight passes at safety and accounted for 111 touchdowns passing and rushing during his career. He also handled kicking duties, connecting on over 100 extra points. Despite these accomplishments, and the fact his older brother Marcus was a safety at Michigan State, Hyde wasn?t highly rated by recruiting services and was a fall-back option for most Big Ten programs. Iowa?s scholarship offer earned his loyalty -? and his play has justified their investment.





After making four tackles while playing in every game of his true freshman season, Hyde became a playmaker as a full-time starting cornerback in 2010. League media gave him honorable mention notice due to his 82 tackles, four interceptions, seven pass breakups. He also scored twice that season, returning a pitch 66 yards for a touchdown after safety Tyler Sash intercepted a Michigan State pass, and providing the winning points in the team?s 27-24 Insight Bowl victory over Missouri by bringing back an interception 72 yards. Hyde worked at safety during spring 2011 practices, and started the first two games there in the fall before moving back to cornerback for the final 11 games. His three interceptions and eight pass break-ups helped him earn second-team All-Big Ten honors from league media (honorable mention by coaches). Hyde had a fantastic senior season as he finished with 78 tackles, 14 pass breakups, one interception, two forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries. He was named first-team All-Big Ten.





After making four tackles while playing in every game of his true freshman season, Hyde became a playmaker as a full-time starting cornerback in 2010. League media gave him honorable mention notice due to his 82 tackles, four interceptions, seven pass break-ups. He also scored twice that season, returning a pitch 66 yards for a touchdown after safety Tyler Sash intercepted a Michigan State pass, and providing the winning points in the team?s 27-24 Insight Bowl victory over Missouri by bringing back an interception 72 yards. Hyde worked at safety during spring 2011 practices, and started the first two games there in the fall before moving back to cornerback for the final 11 games. His three interceptions and eight pass breakups helped him earn second-team All-Big Ten honors from league media (honorable mention by coaches).

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  1. 2013 Combine workout: Micah Hyde

    Published: Feb. 26, 2013 at 03:00 a.m.

    Watch Iowa CB Micah Hyde work out at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine.

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