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Ali Marpet
C #74
Height:
6-4
Weight:
307
Age:
24
College:
Hobart
Hometown:
Hastings-Hudson, NY
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2017):

G
1
GS
1
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 30 30
2017 TB 1 1
2016 TB 16 16
2015 TB 13 13
Recent Games
WKOppResult
2 CHI W 29-7

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Biography

Acquired By Bucs: 

Selected in the second round (61st overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.

 

Awards & Accolades: 

2015 PFWA All-Rookie Team Selection.

 

Career Highlights: 

Has started all 29 career games he has played in.

Made NFL and Buccaneers debut vs. Tennessee (9/13/2015), starting at right guard.

In 2015, helped block for an offense that finished the season ranked fifth in the league in total offense (375.9 ypg) and fifth in rushing (134.9 ypg), while tying for the league lead in rushing average (4.8). 

Also in 2015, was part of a unit that helped the offense to a franchise-record 6,014 net yards on the year, while also recording 2,162 rushing yards for the second-most in a single season in team history.

Part of an offensive line that allowed only 27 sacks in 2015, the third-fewest by a Buccaneers team since 1983 when sacks became an official statistic.

 

2016 highlights: 

Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack at Atlanta (9/11).

Started at right guard at Arizona (9/18).

Part of an offensive unit that totaled 472 yards of offense against Los Angeles (9/25), the 10th-most in a single game in team history.

Started against Denver (10/2).

Part of an offensive line that helped block for 113 rushing yards at Carolina (10/10).

At San Francisco (10/23), started and was part of an offensive line that helped the team total 513 total yards of offense, tied for the fourth-most in a single game in team history, including 249 rushing yards, the fourth-most in a single game in franchise history.

Started against Oakland (10/30).

Started against Oakland (10/30) and on Thursday Night Football against Atlanta (11/3).

Started in a win against Chicago (11/13).

Helped block for 116 rushing yards in a win at Kansas City (11/20).

Part of an offensive line that blocked for 118 rushing yards and did not allow a sack against Seattle (11/27), who entered the game tied for the league lead in sacks.

Started in a win at San Diego (12/4).

Against New Orleans (12/11), was part of an offensive line that blocked for 104 rushing yards

Started at right guard on Sunday Night Football at Dallas (12/18) and at New Orleans (12/24). 

Started in a win against Carolina, helping block for 112 rushing yards (1/1/17).

 

College:

Played in 43 games at Hobart (2011-14).

Played in the 2015 Senior Bowl.

A two-time captain.

Started 13 games as a senior (2014).

Highly decorated as a senior, being named American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American, D3football.com first-team All-American, second-team AP Little All-America, Jewish Sports Review All-American, D3football.com first-team All-East, first-team Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) North All-Star and unanimous first-team All-Liberty League selection.

Named Liberty League Co-Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the first offensive lineman in league history to earn the distinction.

Earned the Bill Middleton Memorial Football Award, given annually to the member of the football team whose offensive performance has been most valuable to the team.

Did not allow a sack all season.

Started the 11 games he played in as a junior (2013)

Selected as a Jewish Sports Review All-American, while being named D3football.com second-team All-East, ECAC North second-team All-Star, first-team All-Liberty League and Liberty League All-Academic.

Earned the Tryon Football Award, given annually to the outstanding lineman of the Hobart football team whose sportsmanship, team play and performance have contributed significantly to the team.

As a sophomore (2012), started 13 games.

Named second-team D3football.com All-East and first-team All-Liberty League.

Part of an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks in the Liberty League.

Appeared in six games as a freshman (2011).

 

Personal: 

Majored in Sport & Exercise Science.

Attended Hastings High School (Hastings-on-Hudson, New York).

Played offensive tackle and defensive end.

Named second-team All-State and earned all-section honors.

Also played basketball at Hastings, earning all-league selection two times.

Son of Joy Rose and Bill Marpet.

Has three siblings: brothers Brody and Blaze, and sister Zena.

Loves animals. 

Born Ali Marpet on April 17, 1993 in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

 

Community: 

Had his head shaved by children battling cancer for the Buccaneers 2015 and 2016 Cut for a Cure to raise funds and awareness for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

Helps sponsor “Turkey Time with the O-Line,” a Thanksgiving program carried out by the offensive line, which has provided more than 5,000 meals for local families in need.

In May 2016, supported the Johns Hopkins Medicine All Children’s Hospital 5K fundraiser and presented awards to the participants. 

In December 2015, visited patients battling injury and illness at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg.

In October 2015, participated in games, arts and crafts, and activities with children at Metropolitan Ministries annual Fall Festival.

In September 2015, served lunch to more than 250 hungry and homeless men and women at Trinity Café. 

In July 2015, went bowling with rookie or first-year firefighters and paramedics.

In May 2015, visited wounded warriors recovering from injury and illness at James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa. 

In May 2015, toured MacDill Air Force Base to greet military servicemen and servicewomen and learn about the important role that the base plays in the Tampa community.

Acquired By Bucs: 

Selected in the second round (61st overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers.

 

Awards & Accolades: 

2015 PFWA All-Rookie Team Selection.

 

Career Highlights: 

Has started all 29 career games he has played in.

Made NFL and Buccaneers debut vs. Tennessee (9/13/2015), starting at right guard.

In 2015, helped block for an offense that finished the season ranked fifth in the league in total offense (375.9 ypg) and fifth in rushing (134.9 ypg), while tying for the league lead in rushing average (4.8). 

Also in 2015, was part of a unit that helped the offense to a franchise-record 6,014 net yards on the year, while also recording 2,162 rushing yards for the second-most in a single season in team history.

Part of an offensive line that allowed only 27 sacks in 2015, the third-fewest by a Buccaneers team since 1983 when sacks became an official statistic.

 

2016 highlights: 

Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack at Atlanta (9/11).

Started at right guard at Arizona (9/18).

Part of an offensive unit that totaled 472 yards of offense against Los Angeles (9/25), the 10th-most in a single game in team history.

Started against Denver (10/2).

Part of an offensive line that helped block for 113 rushing yards at Carolina (10/10).

At San Francisco (10/23), started and was part of an offensive line that helped the team total 513 total yards of offense, tied for the fourth-most in a single game in team history, including 249 rushing yards, the fourth-most in a single game in franchise history.

Started against Oakland (10/30).

Started against Oakland (10/30) and on Thursday Night Football against Atlanta (11/3).

Started in a win against Chicago (11/13).

Helped block for 116 rushing yards in a win at Kansas City (11/20).

Part of an offensive line that blocked for 118 rushing yards and did not allow a sack against Seattle (11/27), who entered the game tied for the league lead in sacks.

Started in a win at San Diego (12/4).

Against New Orleans (12/11), was part of an offensive line that blocked for 104 rushing yards

Started at right guard on Sunday Night Football at Dallas (12/18) and at New Orleans (12/24). 

Started in a win against Carolina, helping block for 112 rushing yards (1/1/17).

 

College:

Played in 43 games at Hobart (2011-14).

Played in the 2015 Senior Bowl.

A two-time captain.

Started 13 games as a senior (2014).

Highly decorated as a senior, being named American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American, D3football.com first-team All-American, second-team AP Little All-America, Jewish Sports Review All-American, D3football.com first-team All-East, first-team Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) North All-Star and unanimous first-team All-Liberty League selection.

Named Liberty League Co-Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the first offensive lineman in league history to earn the distinction.

Earned the Bill Middleton Memorial Football Award, given annually to the member of the football team whose offensive performance has been most valuable to the team.

Did not allow a sack all season.

Started the 11 games he played in as a junior (2013)

Selected as a Jewish Sports Review All-American, while being named D3football.com second-team All-East, ECAC North second-team All-Star, first-team All-Liberty League and Liberty League All-Academic.

Earned the Tryon Football Award, given annually to the outstanding lineman of the Hobart football team whose sportsmanship, team play and performance have contributed significantly to the team.

As a sophomore (2012), started 13 games.

Named second-team D3football.com All-East and first-team All-Liberty League.

Part of an offensive line that allowed the fewest sacks in the Liberty League.

Appeared in six games as a freshman (2011).

 

Personal: 

Majored in Sport & Exercise Science.

Attended Hastings High School (Hastings-on-Hudson, New York).

Played offensive tackle and defensive end.

Named second-team All-State and earned all-section honors.

Also played basketball at Hastings, earning all-league selection two times.

Son of Joy Rose and Bill Marpet.

Has three siblings: brothers Brody and Blaze, and sister Zena.

Loves animals. 

Born Ali Marpet on April 17, 1993 in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

 

Community: 

Had his head shaved by children battling cancer for the Buccaneers 2015 and 2016 Cut for a Cure to raise funds and awareness for the Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

Helps sponsor “Turkey Time with the O-Line,” a Thanksgiving program carried out by the offensive line, which has provided more than 5,000 meals for local families in need.

In May 2016, supported the Johns Hopkins Medicine All Children’s Hospital 5K fundraiser and presented awards to the participants. 

In December 2015, visited patients battling injury and illness at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg.

In October 2015, participated in games, arts and crafts, and activities with children at Metropolitan Ministries annual Fall Festival.

In September 2015, served lunch to more than 250 hungry and homeless men and women at Trinity Café. 

In July 2015, went bowling with rookie or first-year firefighters and paramedics.

In May 2015, visited wounded warriors recovering from injury and illness at James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa. 

In May 2015, toured MacDill Air Force Base to greet military servicemen and servicewomen and learn about the important role that the base plays in the Tampa community.

 

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