Zach Orr
Zach  Orr

DeSoto, TX

High School:
DeSoto HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 240



#NFLMeanGreen: Preseason In Full Swing

Two Of Three Former Mean Green Players Begin NFL Preseason Action This Week


The End Comes Way Too Soon

Former North Texas And Current Ravens LB Zach Orr Retires Due To Injury


#NFLMeanGreen - Week 15 Wrap

Orr's Second Career Interception Helps Lift Ravens To Win Over Philadelphia


#NFLMeanGreen - Week 14 Roundup

Three Of Four Players Representing North Texas Saw Action In Week 14


#NFLMeanGreen - Week 13 Wrap

Orr Ties Career High In Tackles With 13, As Ravens Improve To 7-5 With Big Win Over Miami


2014 Bowl Champions

FB: Heart of Dallas Bowl - 2014 Bowl Champions


Postgame Championship Press Conference

FB: Heart of Dallas Bowl - Postgame Championship Press Conference


Final Practice & Top Golf

FB: Heart Of Dallas Bowl - Final Practice & Top Golf


Episode 13

FB: Beyond The Green - Episode 13


Welcome Dinner & Gift Suite

FB: Heart Of Dallas Bowl - Welcome Dinner & Gift Suite

• Named to the 2013 Conference USA All-Conference First Team at linebacker
• Named to the 2013 Conference USA Football All-Academic team
• Earned 2013 Capital One Academic All-District VII honors
• Led North Texas with a career-high 123 tackles, the fifth most in school history
• Finished his career with 365 tackles, tied for the third most in school history
• Led the team with 13.5 tackles for loss and fumbles recovered with four
• Ranked third in C-USA in total tackles and tackles per game
• The 13.5 tackles for loss tied for the sixth most in school history in a single season
• Had nine tackles, 2.5 tackle for loss and 1.5 sacks in the win over UNLV in the Heart of Dallas Bowl
• Notched seven games of 10 tackles or more on the season
• Had a career-high 17 tackles in the win at Louisiana Tech
• Was named the C-USA Defensive Player of the Week after 11 tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss, one PBU, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in the win against Idaho
• Was named Midseason All-C-USA First-Team by Phil Steele
• Returned a fumble for a 55-yard touchdown in the win against Rice
• Had seven straight games of at least 1.0 tackle for loss

• Was named second-team all-conference in 2012 after recording a team-high 108 tackles
• It was a career-high for Orr and the first time in his career that he topped the 100 tackle mark
• The 108 tackles were the third most for North Texas since 2006
• Had 3.5 tackles for a loss and two interceptions on the year
• Had two PBU's, two fumble recoveries and one QBU on the year
• Had six games of double-digit tackles in 2012
• Had a season-high 12 tackles in the win over South Alabama
• Led North Texas with 11 tackles against Arkansas State
• Had one of the key plays against Louisiana-Lafayette with his second interception of the season
• Had nine tackles in the win over Louisiana-Lafayette, which led the Mean Green defense
• Had a season-high 12 tackles on the road at Houston
• Had a team-high 10 tackles against Florida Atlantic, including one tackle for a loss
• Had his second career interception in the game against Troy, to go along with 11 tackles
• Had nine tackles against Kansas State
• Had four tackles against Texas Southern
• Recorded 10 tackles against LSU

• Set a career high in tackles and lead the team with 74
• Ranked seventh in the conference in total tackles
• Recorded seven tackles for a loss moving the opponent back 21 yards
• Had a career high with two season sacks
• Produced four turnovers having one interception and two fumble recoveries and forcing one
• Recovered a fumble and accumulated nine tackles against ASU
• Broke up a pass and tallied nine tackles against ULM
• Led a team-high six tackles against ULL, including a forced
• Had a game-high 12 tackles against FAU including an eight-yard sack
• Made a team-high eight tackles with six of them being solo and recovered a fumble against Indiana
• Recorded eight tackles, two of which were solo, against the Crimson Tide
• Received the coaches defensive MVP for the second straight week
• Led the team with nine tackles, including five solo tackles against Houston
• Had ten total tackles, six of which were solo,in the season opener against FIU and earned the coaches defensive MVP
• Named a co-defensive captain by player vote.

• Played in all 12 games, and started at ULM
• Ranked second on the team with 60 tackles on the season
• Broke up two passes and registered a tackle-for-loss on the season
• Notched a game-high nine tackles and recovered a fumble at Western Kentucky
• Made eight tackles against Kansas State
• Tackled the ball carrier eight times against Troy
• Made six tackles, including one for a loss, at Army
• Racked up five stops at FAU
• Collected four stops against Louisiana-Lafayette
• Registered five tackles at Middle Tennessee
• Led the team with 13 special teams tackles

High School
• Was a 2009 Pre-Season Second Team Defense selection
• As a junior he made 157 tackles, 24 of which were for losses, 11 sacks, one interception and three fumble recoveries
• Selected Class 5A All-State and all-district 11-5A his junior season
• Was a three-star athlete according to Rivals.com.

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