|Hometown:||Owings Mills, Md.|
|High School:||McDonogh HS|
As a Sophomore (2014): Appeared in all 13 games with one start coming at Michigan (11/22) … posted 11 tackles and 2.5 sacks on the season ... recovered a fumble and recorded a 0.5 sack in the season opener against James Madison (8/30) … notched a season-high two tackles against West Virginia (9/15) … recorded his first full sack of the season at Indiana (9/27) … recorded his second sack against Iowa (10/18) ... notched two tackles in the Foster Farms Bowl against Stanford (12/30).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2013): Appeared in 10 games with one start, the first of his career coming against Old Dominion (9/7) ... notched his first career sack against FIU (8/31) ... recorded two total tackles against Old Dominion (9/7) ... a sack accounted for his only tackle against West Virginia (9/21) ... recorded a tackle for a loss of six yards against Wake Forest (10/21) ... made one tackle against NC State (11/30).
As a Freshman (2012): Served a redshirt season … named scout team defensive player of week for his efforts in preparation for the Boston College game (10/27).
At McDonogh High School: One of the top local players … the 16th-ranked player in Maryland according to Rivals.com … ranked 67th nationally at defensive end by Scout.com … ranked No. 56 nationally among strongside defensive ends by 24/7 Sports.com … a 2011 consensus all-state honoree … also earned ﬁrst team All-Metro accolades from the Baltimore Sun … No. 14 on the SuperPrep Mid-Atlantic 59 … recorded 83 tackles, including 16 sacks, and two touchdowns by way of a fumble recovery and interception as a senior … played in both the 2011 Chesapeake Bowl and Crab Bowl … had three QB knockdowns in the Chesapeake Bowl … honored as the team’s best offensive lineman in 2011 … recorded 87 tackles, including nine sacks, as a junior … one of the top heavyweight wrestlers in the country … received All-America recognition and ranked No. 2 in the state as a junior … also throws the shot put … also recruited by West Virginia, Penn State, Tennessee, Nebraska, and Boston College.
Personal: Born in Owings Mills, Md. … father is Scott Braglio … older brother, Tony, played football at McDaniel College … also has a sister, Molie … raised charolais cattle on his family’s farm … majoring in agricultural and resource economics: agribusiness.