2007: McCurtis is available at both cornerback and safety as a junior in 2007 and likely could continue in his role as USC's nickel back.
2006: McCurtis, a backup at cornerback, was USC's often-used nickel back as a sophomore in 2006. Overall in 2006 while appearing in all 13 games, he had 4 tackles, including 1.5 for losses of 3 yards, plus an interception (against California) and 2 deflections. He had 2 tackles at Stanford and a tackle for a loss against Nebraska.
2005: McCurtis, a sophomore cornerback who transferred to USC in the fall of 2005 from a junior college, redshirted in 2005. He was sidelined all season with a strained abdominal muscle (sports hernia).
JUNIOR COLLEGE: McCurtis emerged as a starting safety by the middle of his 2004 freshman season at Grossmont Junior College in El Cajon (Calif.). He had 30 tackles, 10 deflections and 2 interceptions as Grossmont went 11-1. He attended Grossmont in 2003, but did not play football.
HIGH SCHOOL: He missed his junior and senior seasons (2001 and 2002) at St. Augustine High in San Diego (Calif.) with torn knee ligaments.
PERSONAL: He's a history major at USC. His nickname is Zeke.
GAME-BY-GAME WITH MOZIQUE McCURTIS