Position: Defensive Line
Height /Weight: 6-3 / 270
Hometown: Brandon, Fla.
High School: Riverview HS
Previous School: Hofstra
Major: Criminal Justice
At Delaware: Third-year member of the squad and a two-year letterwinner at defensive end after transfer from Hofstra (dropped program) • athletic player who has the potential to be a dynamic pass-rusher and menace opposing quarterbacks • will be a key member of the defensive front and will battle fellow senior Ethan Clark for starting spot • one of the team's most personable players • has appeared in 26 career games with two starts and contributed 30 tackles (nine solo), 6.5 tackles for loss and three quarterback sacks • has good quickness with good hand placement and great speed for his size • fearless athlete who will find a way to make the tackle • enjoyed a dominating effort in the 2012 spring game, registering seven solo tackles and four sacks, forcing a fumble, and recovering a fumble.
2011 Season: Played key role once again on UD defensive front as a backup at defensive end • saw action in 11 games and started vs. Navy and William & Mary • ranked third among UD down linemen with 21 tackles (13 solo) • also had five tackles for losses of 14 yards • ranked No. 2 on team in sacks with three for 11 yards • also broke up three passes and forced a fumble • registered a career-high four tackles each in mid-season back-to-back games vs. Old Dominion and Maine • had solo sacks vs. Old Dominion and Richmond and assisted on sacks vs. Delaware State and William & Mary • team went 7-4 under head coach K.C. Keeler.
2010 Season: Played in all 15 games in a reserve role in 2010, recording nine total tackles while playing primarily on special teams • was a key member on both the kickoff coverage and kickoff return teams • recorded a season-best three tackles in NCAA quarterfinal win over CAA rival New Hampshire • had tackles for loss in wins over Richmond, Towson, and Lehigh • Delaware defense led the nation in scoring defense at 12.1 points per game and ranked No. 5 in total defense (280.7 yards per game) • team went 12-3 and advanced to the FCS title game under Keeler.
At Hofstra: Played two seasons at Delaware rival Hofstra before the Pride dropped the program following the 2009 season • played for head coach and former UD defensive coordinator Dave Cohen at Hofstra.
2009 Season: Did not see action and retained sophomore eligibility • Hofstra went 5-6 in final varsity season before dropping the sport.
2008 Season: Played in 10 games as a true freshman and started two contests at defensive end • led team to a record of 4-8 under Cohen • tallied 10 tackles on the season, including three solo stops • had two tackles each vs. James Madison and Connecticut • led team in sacks with 2.5 for 24 yards and was No. 3 on the team with 4.5 tackles for loss • also had two forced fumbles and recovered another.
High School: Played football and basketball at Riverview High School in Riverview, Fla. • All-State honorable mention selection • all-county selection after posting 26 solo tackles, 36 assisted stops and five sacks as a senior in 2007 • led team to an 11-2 mark as a junior.
Personal: Quincy Barr III • born April 3, 1989 • son of Quincy Jr. and Lynda Barr • has four sisters • criminal justice major at Delaware • has worked the ovens at nearby Grotto's Pizza during the summers • enjoys fishing, bowling, and video games in his spare time • grandfather played college football at Bethune-Cookman • cousin, Alvin Williams, was a basketball standout at Villanova and played in the NBA.
Career Statistics at Delaware
Career-High Tackles: 4 vs. Old Dominion; vs. Maine, 2011