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77 Charles (Wes) Cole

Enters the final year of his career after making major contributions along the Aggies offensive line … His presence has helped the Aggies win back-to-back MEAC titles and a Black College National Championship … Has played mostly at right tackle although he has played some right guard as well … Could end up playing both positions again this season … Has proven to be a good run blocker and with his strength he can push defenders around … Started at right guard during the 2015 Blue/Gold Spring Game… Has good extension making it hard for opposing pass rushers … Brings Division I size to the Aggies offensive line … Hass a 107 ½ inch reach which is tied for the longest reach on the team.

2015 Season:  Played in 12 games with eight starts … Made six starts at right guard and two starts at right tackle … N.C. A&T compiled 3,905 yards of offense … Graded out well in the Aggies win at FAMU on Oct. 31 and had high scores in the Aggies win over Shaw on Sept. 5.

2014 Season: Started all 12 games for A&T…Played all 12 games at right tackle…Helped the Aggies produce the 19th-best running game in the nation…Graded out well against Chowan on Sept. 20 and Florida A&M on Oct. 25.

2013 Season: Played in six games without a start.

High School: Played his high school football at South Stanley…Brings with him tremendous size and strength…Played at Jireh Prep last season, and was one of nine players to earn a Division I scholarship from Jireh last season...At South Stanley, he was named to the North Carolina All-State team...Was also on named all-conference. 

Personal: Full name is Charles Wesley Cole...He is the son of Lance and Donna Cole...Was born on March 17, 1994...Majors in sports science and fitness management

Position: Offensive Line
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 335
Year: Senior
Hometown: Norwood, N.C.
High School: South Stanley/Jireh Prep
Major: Sports Science
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