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  David Escobar

David  Escobar

Player Profile


Dayton, Ohio

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 301



2006: Played in 13 games as a reserve nose tackle ... Made 13 total tackles, including one for a loss ... Recorded a career-high three assisted tackles at Eastern Michigan ... Made two tackles at Missouri ... Tied his season high with three stops against Buffalo.

2005: Played in all 11 games and made his first career start in the season finale against Miami ... Recorded his first career tackle for loss against Bowling Green ... Had a career-high four tackles against Kent State ... Finished the season with 15 tackles, more than triple his career total entering the season.

2004: Was awarded a scholarship prior to season after two years as a walk-on ... Appeared in seven games.

2003: Played in 10 games as a reserve ... Registered four assisted tackles, all in the last three games ... Had two assists against Miami and single efforts against Akron and Marshall.

2002: Redshirted.

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Carroll High School, playing both offensive and defensive line ... A two-time special mention Division II All-Ohio selection by the Associated Press ... Earned first-team All-Southwest Ohio honors following junior and senior seasons ... Started on the offensive line for the South team in the Ohio All-Star Classic ... Played defensive line at the Time-Warner Cable Classic all-star game ... Registered 79 tackles and four sacks his junior year ... As a sophomore, helped the Patriots to their first playoff appearance in 21 years ... Also lettered in baseball (designated hitter) and wrestling.

PERSONAL: A civil engineering major ... Son of Enrique and Julie Escobar.