Player Bio

Mitchell Kirsch
OG #63
Height:
6-5
Weight:
308
College:
James Madison
Experience:
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Biography

Three-year starter at James Madison. Earned FCS first-team All-American honors after starting all 12 games at right tackle as a senior. Was part of an offense that set school and conference single-season records in scoring (700 points), rushing offense (4,125 yards), total offense (7,612 yards) and first downs (380). Was named second-team All-American as a junior and second-team All-CAA as a sophomore. Grew up in Washington DC.
Three-year starter at James Madison. Earned FCS first-team All-American honors after starting all 12 games at right tackle as a senior. Was part of an offense that set school and conference single-season records in scoring (700 points), rushing offense (4,125 yards), total offense (7,612 yards) and first downs (380). Was named second-team All-American as a junior and second-team All-CAA as a sophomore. Grew up in Washington DC.
 

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