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Nick Pieschel
G #68
Height:
6-6
Weight:
309
College:
Central Florida
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Biography

Four-year letterwinner at Central Florida (2008-11)... Voted all-CUSA second-team, and earned a spot on Phil Steele's all-CUSA second-team following his senior year... Started 11 games at right tackle, missing only the season-opener due to an injury... Was all-CUSA honorable mention as a junior... Appeared and started in all 14 games at right guard... Appeared in 12 games with 11 starts at left tackle during his sophomore campaign
Four-year letterwinner at Central Florida (2008-11)... Voted all-CUSA second-team, and earned a spot on Phil Steele's all-CUSA second-team following his senior year... Started 11 games at right tackle, missing only the season-opener due to an injury... Was all-CUSA honorable mention as a junior... Appeared and started in all 14 games at right guard... Appeared in 12 games with 11 starts at left tackle during his sophomore campaign... As redshirt freshman, appeared in 12 games with seven starts at left guard... Redshirted as a true freshman... Earned four letters at St. Thomas Aquinas playing four of the five spots on the offensive line... Served as the team captain his senior season and was named honorable mention all-Broward County by the South Florida Sun-Sentinel... Also lettered two years in wrestling and one year in track and field as a shot putter... Football team was the Class 5A runner-up three times during his prep career.

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