College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy League on the defensive line.
All-Ivy League Second Team at defensive end ... started every game, leading the Big Green linemen with 37 tackles ... second overall on the team with five tackles for a loss and three sacks ... opened the year with five tackles with one for a loss against 22nd-ranked New Hampshire to help Dartmouth beat the Wildcats, 22-21, for the first time in 40 years ... helped out on five more stops with two going for losses against Penn, plus broke up a pass ... registered first career sack at Yale, forcing a fumble that was recovered by the Green ... one of four tackles against Towson came during fourth-quarter stand at the five to keep the Tigers out of the end zone, leading to a blocked field goal and preserving the 20-17 victory ... batted down a third-down pass at the line of scrimmage and recorded a TFL at Columbia ... set a personal best with six stops against Harvard ... swatted away two passes and posted a seven-yard sack in the 17-13 triumph at Cornell ... made four tackles in each of the last two games, including an eight-yard sack in the season finale at Princeton.
Played a part in nine of the 10 games throughout the season ... registered a season-high five tackles in the 49-7 win against Sacred Heart, including a 3rd-and-2 stuff short of the marker ... also had two stops at Penn and another at Brown.
Participated in the final two varsity games as a rookie, recording first tackle during the final defensive series of the year in the 41-10 win at Princeton ... also started on the defensive line for the junior varsity, making three tackles against Middlebury.
Named to New Jersey Coaches Super 100 team ... invited to participate in the New York-New Jersey NUC all-star game ... Newark Star-Ledger second-team Monmouth County and third-team all-state Group 3 tight end ... helped football team to Central Jersey Group 3 championship with a 9-3 record as a senior ... nine sacks and 19 stops for a loss among 70 tackles in final season at Matawan ... returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown and recorded seven catches for 50 yards and a touchdown at tight end ... three-year letterwinner and captain both on the football field and the basketball court ... basketball team won first league title in 49 years and conference Final Four for the first time in 50 years ... wrote for the school paper ... National Honor Society and Math Honor Society.
Government major ... full name is Nicholas Stephen Tomkins ... born on Oct. 18, 1995 in Red Bank, New Jersey ... son of Stephen and Amy has two sisters ... weighed a whopping 11 pounds, 2 ounces at birth ... father played two years of football at Rice before transferring back home to Rutgers ... Special Olympics volunteer.
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