Josh Harris scores via air and ground as A.J. Marshall seals win with 58-yard INT return for touchdown
2012 (Redshirt Sophomore)
Saw action in one game off the bench, at Notre Dame (Nov. 17) ... Earned his first varsity letter.
Redshirted the season after transferring from Lehigh prior to the 2011-12 academic year ... Joined the team as a walk-on in September 2011.
2010 (True Freshman at Lehigh)
Played his true freshman season at Lehigh University, who won the Patriot League title and advanced to the second round of the FCS Playoffs ... Suffered a torn ACL and missed the majority of the season.
A 2010 graduate of Mercer Island (Wash.) High School ... Two-way starter, playing both wide receiver and safety ... Also returned kicks and was second in the conference in punt returns average as a junior ... Elected team caption as a senior ... Had 13 receptions for 160 yards and a touchdown, as well as 22 tackles, two forced fumbles, three pass deflections and returned three kicks for 98 yards in two games before suffering a torn ACL during his senior season ... Voted the Mercer Island High School Football Scholar ... Also earned three varsity letters as a member of the track & field team ... Qualified for the district and regional meets during his junior season in the 110-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles and triple jump ... Member of the National Honor Society and was on the Principal's Honors List.
Majoring in mathematical business with a minor in global trade and commerce studies ... Son of John and Carol Idzik ... Has a brother, Bryant, and a sister, Holly ... Father, John Jr., is the General Manager of the New York Jets after spending six seasons as the vice president of football administration with the Seattle Seahawks ... Father played college football at Dartmouth ... Grandfather, John Sr., was the head football coach at the University of Detroit in the 1960s and also held assistant coaching positions in the NFL, CFL and college football ... Grandfather played college football at the University of Maryland ... Born Oct. 20, 1991.