A massive, hard-working interior lineman ... should battle for time at either defensive tackle or nose tackle this season ... athletic for a player of his size ... signed a national letter of intent in 2008, but attended prep school that fall.
As a Freshman (2009): Played in all 12 games as a reserve defensive tackle ... played just a handful of snaps in each game, but provided needed depth ... had solo stops vs. Rutgers (9/26) and Wake Forest (10/10) ... entered school in January and participated in spring practice ...
At Fork Union Military Academy (2008): Ranked No. 42 nationally among prep school recruits by Rivals.com.
At Quince Orchard High School: One of the top defensive tackle prospects in the country ... saw constant double teams as a senior ... the 11th-ranked player in the state of Maryland according to Rivals.com ... ranked No. 31 nationally among defensive tackles by Scouts, Inc. ... also rated No. 55 nationally by Rivals.com and No. 81 by Scout.com ... earned All-Met, all-county, and all-state honors in both 2006 and 2007 ... totaled 55 tackles and 6.5 sacks as a junior ... recorded 40 tackles and three sacks in 2007 as he led Quince Orchard to a state championship win over Arundel ... had a fourth-down stop on the goal line in that game ... also started at offensive tackle ... also recruited by Rutgers, Penn State, Illinois, Nebraska, and Minnesota, among others ... coached by Dave Mencarini.
Personal: Born in Virginia Beach, Va.... mother is Tinya Kerr ... father is the late Winston Kerr ... has two sisters, Zittorah and Zionna ... could not play football prior to high school because he was too big, so he helped as an assistant with his local little league team ... enrolled in letters and sciences, but plans to major in communications.
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