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64 Max Coale

At Princeton — 2013: earned second-team All-Ivy League honors after starting all season at right guard … started final 24 games of collegiate career … helped Princeton break Ivy League records in both scoring offense (43.7) and total offense (511.6) … helped Princeton win 10th Ivy League title in program history, and first since 2006 season … helped offense record five 50-point games during eight-game win streak; team had scored 50 points only four times in previous 467 games. 2012: started all 10 games at right guard; was one of two Princeton offensive linemen to start all 10 games at the same position (Spencer Huston) … helped Princeton offense rank second in the Ivy League in scoring offense (26.6 points per game) after ranking last in 2011. 2011: moved from defense to offense during offseason and ended season starting final four games at right guard. 2010: earned one of five 2010 NFF National High School Scholar-Athlete Awards; he was selected as the best from his region of the country at the high school level … started the season on the offensive line, but moved into the defensive line rotation after a slew of injuries … ended season with 12 tackles.

At River Hill — earned first-team All-Met honors by both the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun … named to the ESPN Maryland Big School All-State Team and the ESPN Maryland Consensus All-State Team … played both offensive tackle and defensive end … selected to the Crab Bowl … first-team all-county selection … Baltimore Touchdown Club Super 22 Award recipient … team MVP … Baltimore region winner of the National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award … helped River Hill to 50-1 record during his career; 2008 team was ranked 23rd nationally by USA Today … team won four county and region championships and two state championships … team captain as a senior … earned four varsity letters in lacrosse … as a senior captain, led River Hill to state final; team has never gone past the second round of the state playoffs … second-team all-county … two-time Adidas Underclassman All-American honoree.

Personal — born Feb. 22, 1992 … son of Frank and Sharon Coale … father is a professor at the University of Maryland; mother is a speech pathologist … has two older sisters, Sarah and Rebecca … enjoys reading, video games, snowboarding and cooking … potential areas of study are pre-med and biochemistry.

Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 280
Year: Senior
City/State: Highland, Md.
High School: River Hill
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