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University of Miami Athletics
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Alex Gall

position

Offensive Line

Height

6-5

Weight

304 lbs.

Class

Freshman

Hometown

Mason, Ohio

Major

Sports Administration

High School

Archbishop Moeller HS

Alex Gall - Football - University of Miami Athletics

2016 (Senior:) Started final four games of season at center…Made first start of career at center in win at Virginia (Nov. 12), helping lead offense to 450-yard performance, including 222 rushing yards…Made second straight start at center in win at NC State (Nov. 19), guiding Miami to 415 total yards of offense…Started third straight game at center in regular season finale win over Duke (Nov. 26), helping lead offense to 568-yard performance…Started at center in Russell Athletic Bowl victory over West Virginia (Dec. 28), helping lead offense to 363 yards and 31 points.
2015 (Junior): Totaled six starts and served as one of Miami’s top rotating linemen…Started first five games of season at left guard…Helped lead team to No. 29 national ranking in passing offense (277.4 yards)…Offensive line was eighth nationally in fewest tackles for loss allowed (4.31 average)…Team tied for third-fewest sacks allowed of any team in ACC (15)…Miami’s offense scored an average of 27.8 points per game…Helped the Hurricanes surpass 400 yards of total offense in six games and two games with over 500 yards of total offense.
2014 (Sophomore): Made season debut against FAMU…Missed majority of season due to injury, returning in season finale against Pittsburgh.
2013 (True Freshman): Played in 11 games, primarily on special teams on punt coverage…Also saw snaps along offensive line…Made collegiate debut in rout of Savannah State…After not playing in first two games (FAU, Florida), played in final 10 games of season.
High School: Rated three-star lineman by ESPN, 247Sports, Rivals and Scout…Ranked No. 17 OT nationally by Scout…Earned first-team All-Greater Cincinnati League honors and was named conference’s Offensive Lineman of the Year for second straight season.