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Suffered a sprained knee during the first spring practice session and missed the remainder of the spring season.
Led the team and finished second in the ACC in fumbles forced with four ... Played in 11 games as a redshirt junior ... Made his first career interception against Ole Miss (Sept. 6) ... Did not play against Miami (Oct. 25) or Duke (Nov. 1) due to a foot injury ... Returned to action against Virginia (Nov. 8) ... Finished the year 11th on the team with 35 tackles ... Made a season-high eight stops vs. Boston College (Nov. 22) ... Recorded a sack against BC that led directly to a Deacon touchdown ... Had six solo blocks in a win over Florida State (Sept. 20) ... Blocked a punt against Vanderbilt (Nov. 29) ... Broke up seven passes on the year, the second-most on the team behind Alphonso Smith's 12.
Moved into the starting line-up against Army on Sept. 15 and stayed at corner for the remainder of the season ... Started each of the final 10 games ... Fourth on the squad with 56 tackles ... Had 10 pass breakups, the second-most on the team ... Career-high nine tackles vs. Vanderbilt (Nov. 24) ... Also had eight stops vs. Clemson (Nov. 10) ... Had two tackles for loss including a sack vs. Maryland (Sept. 22) ... Also forced a fumble vs. the Terps ... Recorded a season-high three breakups vs. Clemson ... Averaged 7.0 tackles per game over the last three games.
2006 (Redshirt Freshman):
Did not participate in any team activities because of academic reasons.
2005 (True Freshman):
Redshirted the season.
Brother of former Wake Forest safety Patrick Ghee (2002-06) ... Ran a 4.34 40-yard dash ... Rated by Scout.com as the 36th-best cornerback nationally ... Rated by Rivals.com as the second-best cornerback and 18th-best player in North Carolina ... Rated by Scout.com as the third-best cornerback and 20th-best player in North Carolina ... Led Jack Britt HS to the state championship game and scored a touchdown in that contest ... Selected to play in the North Carolina Shrine Bowl ... Named all-state as a cornerback and all-region as a wide receiver ... Earned Best Defensive Back award at Jack Britt ... Posted a speedy 10.5 in the 100-meters in the North Carolina Championships as a junior and also ran a 21.47 in the 200-meters ... Coached by Richard Bailey.
Majoring in communication. ... Parents are Wayne and Carol Ghee ... Born June 6, 1987 ... Chose Wake over offers from Clemson, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia Tech.