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Buccaneers Draft OL Ali Marpet

The Bucs added Marpet, an offensive lineman out of Hobart, in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft.



307* LAST YEAR:*

"AFCA All-American ... All-America first team ... AP Little All-America second team ... Reese's Senior Bowl ... Jewish Sports Review All-American ... All-East first team ... ECAC North first team All-Star ... Liberty League Co-Offensive Player of the Year, first offensive lineman in league history to be so honored ... Unanimous All-Liberty League first team ... Captain ... Lindy's preseason All-American first team ... preseason All-American second team ... BSN preseason All-American ... Started all 13 games at left tackle ... Did not allow a sack ... As a team, Hobart ranked sixth in the nation in sacks allowed (0.69/g) and tackles for loss allowed (3.54/g) ... Helped Statesmen rush for a season-high 404 yards and six touchdowns against Merchant Marine ... Provided protection for a season-high 273 passing yards without a sack at St. Lawrence."*–Hobart’s website. NFL.COM SAYS: "*

Started 37 of the 43 games he played for Hobart. In 2014, was named second-team Little A.P. All-American, first-team All-Liberty and the Liberty Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Year. Did not allow a sack during 2014. Named team captain in 2013 and was a first-team All-Liberty selection. First Division III player chosen to play in the Senior Bowl. Played offensive tackle and defensive end in high school, lettering three years, and played basketball. Ali's father, Bill, is an Emmy-winning director and cinematographer who is considered the leading producer of fashion videos in New York." ... READ MORE

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