Had a superb season which included being named offensive lineman of the year by the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and earning Black College Football All-American honors from American Urban Radio Networks … Also earned first-team All-MEAC honors in 2015 a year after picking up third-team honors as a freshman … Was the first Aggie to win MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Year since Qasim Mitchell did it in 2001 … He and Mitchell are the only two linemen in program history to win the honor from the MEAC … Has good speed, good length and plays hard on each down … Has the longest reach on the team at 107 ½ inches … Has gotten stronger and increased his weight during his time at N.C. A&T … Can bench press 225 pounds 17 times … Also bench presses 340 and has a vertical jump of 26 inches … Earned a lot of valuable playing time in the spring of 2014 at left tackle because of the injury to three-year starter William Ray Robinson III…Talented offensive lineman who was announced as a member of the Aggies on Signing Day 2013…His sister Jasmine played for the Aggies women’s basketball team…. Has played in 24 games with 24 starts.
2015 Season: Started all 12 games… Earned first-team All-MEAC honors along with being named MEAC Offensive Lineman of the Year … Also earned All-American honors from American Urban Radio Networks and Boxtorow … Led the Aggies in pancake blocks and graded out well throughout the season… Graded out well at Florida A&M (Oct. 31) and against Alcorn State (Dec. 19).
2014 Season: Played in 12 games in 12 starts…Earned third-team All-MEAC honors as an offensive lineman…Graded out well against Florida A&M on Oct. 25 and Morgan State on Nov. 8…Helped quarterback Kwashaun Quick have his best passing season of his career by keeping him from being sacked.
High School: Led his team to an 8-4 record as a senior…Played three varsity seasons under Mike Newsome and Ron Massey at A.L. Brown, where he was a starter for two years...Ranked 46th in the state by Max Preps…His team averaged 287 yards rushing per game, and completed 62.4 percent of its passes...Graduated Cum Laude from A.L. Brown.
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