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2013 Tribe Football Spring Practice Update March 26
Updated: Saturday 03/26/2013 (ET)
by TribeAthletics.com
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (March 26, 2013) – Today’s William and Mary football spring practice update features a video interview with tight end Bo Revell, as well as a quick look at the Tribe’s spring two-deep at tight end and fullback.

Tight End and Fullbacks Coach Mike Godsil:

"We are a young and relatively unproven group, in terms of game experience. But, we have a dedicated group that is very hungry for playing time and is working extremely hard to improve. Bo Revell has really stepped up and I am impressed with his leadership.  The focus this spring, and beyond, is to establish ourselves as dominant blockers at the point of attack."

Tight Ends / Fullbacks
Tight Ends
#19 Bo Revell, Jr. (6-6, 260)
2012 Video Highlights
Physical player with outstanding size and strength … Good ball skills … Tremendous drive to achieve … Brings position group veteran leadership … Appeared in all 11 games last season and earned six starts … Averaged 13.6 yards per catch.
#81 Robert Asmar, Sr. (6-4, 240)
Versatile and athletic player whose strength is in the passing game … Continuing to improve at the line of scrimmage … Will compete with McGill for second team reps at tight end throughout camp and into the fall … Appeared in four games last season.
#18 Evan McGill, So. (6-5, 240)
Most athletic tight end on roster … Great size with good hands … Has shown great improvement in spring camp … Continued improvement will position him to be impact player in fall … Member of the travel squad for three games last season.
Fullback
#28 Andrew Weidinger, So. (6-0, 220)
Converted from linebacker last season after being selected as the W&M QB Club Scout Team Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 … Throwback player who is prototype fullback … Blue-collar work ethic with outstanding toughness … Seeks contact and is good technician … Has reliable hands out of the backfield … Appeared in all 11 games last season and earned seven starts … Chosen to the CAA Academic All-Conference Team.
#38 Levi Cohen, Jr. (5-11, 225)
Very intelligent player with good technique and fundamentals … Solid in pass protection and has good grasp of alignments and assignments … Reserve who was a member of the travel squad for all 11 games last season.  



 











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