Player Profiles

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Class: Sr.
Hometown: Bridgeport, W.V.
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Sport: Football
Position: K/P


A rehab success story who has recovered from a compound leg fracture to enter fall camp as the Mountaineers' No. 2 punter ... may battle Todd James for short field goal duties ... will also serve as WVU's second holder ... did not see action in 2001 while recovering from leg surgery ... backup punter and placekicker in 2000 ... was the starting punter vs. Miami, with two kicks that averaged 37.3 yards ... long punt was a 57-yarder ... punted five times for a 40.6 average in the Rutgers game after Mark Fazzolari was injured ... on a blocked punt, broke his right leg in two places on the last series of the Rutgers game, requiring surgery ... has contributed to the Mountaineer special teams in a number of ways ... three-year letterman as WVU's holder ... served as the backup punter in 1999 ... was the starting punter at Syracuse, averaging 38.8 on six punts ... take away a 5-yard punt off a bad snap and his average was 45.6 ... saved the game-winning field goal against Temple, recovering a high snap enough for Jay Taylor to make the 32-yard kick ... kickoffs inside the 20: 2 ... touchbacks: 1 ... won the job as the WVU holder as a true freshman, when he was also a backup punter and kicker behind Jay Taylor ... handled kickoff duties at Navy ... forced into mid-game service as WVU's punter at Temple, where he averaged 35.4 yards on five kicks ... for the season, six touchbacks on 23 total kickoffs ... played for Coach Bruce Carey at Bridgeport High, where he was a three-time all-Big 10 conference and all-Harrison County selection ... also an all-conference performer in baseball ... son of Rick and Robin Anglin ... one of two children ... born January 12, 1980 ... an academic senior majoring in engineering with a specialization in biometric systems.

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