Player Bio

Dieugot Joseph
OT #68
Height:
6-6
Weight:
302
College:
Florida International
Experience:
0
Offensive Line
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Biography

Arrived at FIU as a defensive tackle, moved to offensive tackle during spring practice as a redshirt freshman in 2013. Started 10 games at left tackle as a sophomore before being limited by injuries as a junior. Rebounded last season to start all 12 games and earn Conference-USA honorable mention recognition. Blocked for FIU’s all-time leading rusher (Alex Gardner) and school’s career leader in TD passes (Alex McGough).
Arrived at FIU as a defensive tackle, moved to offensive tackle during spring practice as a redshirt freshman in 2013. Started 10 games at left tackle as a sophomore before being limited by injuries as a junior. Rebounded last season to start all 12 games and earn Conference-USA honorable mention recognition. Blocked for FIU’s all-time leading rusher (Alex Gardner) and school’s career leader in TD passes (Alex McGough).
 

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