2011: Voted co-captain by his teammates following spring practice.
2010: Team special teams MVP ... Academic All-Big Ten ... appeared in 11 games on special teams and as a reserve linebacker ... finished with 15 tackles, including nine solo stops ... finished with a season-high five tackles against Western Illinois on Sept. 11 ... had three tackles at No. 11 Michigan State on Nov. 20 ... recovered a fumble against Indiana on Nov. 27.
2009: Academic All-Big Ten ... started all 12 games ... ranked fourth on team with 71 tackles (38 solo, 33 assists), including 2.0 for loss ... had four pass breakups and one interception ... recorded career-high 10 tackles (4 solo, 6 assists) and recovered a fumble vs. Northern Illinois on Sept. 19 ... had seven tackles (5 solo, 2 assists) and first career interception at Minnesota on Oct. 10 ... finished with seven tackles (5 solo, 2 assists) vs. Michigan State on Nov. 14.
2008: Appeared in all 12 games, including five starts ... shared team lead with one fumble recovery (also nine other players) ... had 36 tackles (12 solo, 24 assists) ... had season-high nine tackles (2 solo, 7 assists) and recovered a fumble at Michigan State on Nov. 8 ... recorded seven tackles at Ohio State on Oct. 11 (3 solo, 4 assists) and at Iowa on Nov. 15 (1 solo, 6 assists).
High School: Three-star prospect ranked as No. 27 middle linebacker nationally and No. 14 player in Indiana by Scout.com ... ranked as No. 9 player in Indiana by Rivals.com ... runner-up for Indiana Mr. Football and first team all-state, all-area and all-conference after totaling 136 tackles, including five sacks, with four interceptions, three pass breakups and three fumble recoveries as senior ... named to Indiana Football Coaches Association list of top 50 players in the state ... member of Indianapolis Star's Super Team and Daily Herald's list of top 33 players in Indiana ... runner-up for Indiana's Linebacker Award ... academic all-state selection ... had 24 receptions for 368 yards (15.3 average) and five touchdowns ... recorded 103 tackles as junior ... coach was Scott May ... comes from same school as current teammate Zach Heiniger and former Boilermaker Chris Summers (2006-09) ... also participated in basketball.
Personal: Given name is Christopher James Carlino ... born June 3, 1989 ... building construction management technology major ... father, James, played football at DePauw University.