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Andrew Brown
DT #93
Height:
6-3
Weight:
296
Age:
22
College:
Virginia
Hometown:
Chesapeake, VA
Experience:
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Bio

2017 - Started all 13 of UVA’s games ... made six tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss and caused a fumble against Indiana ... made one stop against UConn ... made two tackles at Boise State, including one sack for a loss of seven yards ... made two tackles in win over Duke ... recorded four tackles and 1.0 tackle for a loss at North Carolina ... made three stops against Boston College ... made five tackles, three of which were tackles for loss at Pitt ... had huge third-down sack for a 10-yard loss against the Panthers ... made eight stops and 1.5 tackles for a loss against Georgia Tech ... added a 0.5 sack against the Yellow Jackets, teaming up with Juan Thornhill to force a fourth and 15 on Georgia Tech’s final drive ... made three stops at Louisville ... made three tackles and 0.5 sack at No. 2 Miami ... made five stops against Virginia Tech. ... made four tackles against Navy in the Military Bowl, including shar-ing a sack with Malcolm Cook ... also finished with 1.5 tackles for loss against the Midshipmen. 2016 - Appeared in all 12 of UVA’s games with 10 starts ... led UVA with 13.0 tackles for a loss and was second on the team with 6.0 sacks ... recorded a career-high seven tackles against the Richmond in the season opener ... made one tackle at then-No. 24 Oregon ... led UVA with 3.5 TFLs at UConn ... also made seven tackles, had 1.0 sackes and broke up a pass against the Huskies ... made two tackles against Central Michigan, including one sack ... made three tackles in the first half against Duke before leaving with an injury ... made one stop and it was for a loss against Pitt ... also broke up a pass against the Panthers ... made three tackles and one sack against then-No. 22 North Carolina ... made five tackles with one sack against then-No. 5 Louisville ... made three tackles and collected one sack at Wake Forest ... made five tackles with 2.5 tackles for loss and a sack against Miami ... made two tackles at Georgia Tech, both of which were for a loss. 2015 - Appeared in 10 of UVA’s 12 games ... saw time at defensive tackle at No. 13 UCLA ... made one stop against No. 9 Notre Dame ... made first career start against William & Mary ... made two tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss at North Carolina ... credited with a quarterback hurry at Miami ... credited with two pass breakups at the line of scrimmage at Louisville ... also credited with two quarter-back hurries ... recorded his first career sack against Duke ... his sack of Duke quarterback Parker Boehme was for a loss of seven yards late in the fourth quarter of an eight-point UVA win. 2014 - One of four true freshman to see playing time ... played in six of Virginia’s 12 games, including the final four games of the season ... made collegiate debut against Richmond and picked up his first career tackle ... also saw time against Kent State, at Georgia Tech, at Florida State, vs. Miami and at Virginia Tech ... made one tackle for loss against Kent State ... recorded one unassisted stop at Georgia Tech ... made a stop at Virginia Tech ... slowed at the start of season due to a shoulder injury in fall camp ... enrolled in January in time to participate in spring practice ... missed second half of spring due to foot injury.

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