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Gabriel Manns
T #72
Height:
6-6
Weight:
323
College:
North Carolina Central
Hometown:
Winston-Salem, NC
Experience:
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Manns was a workhorse over his four seasons for North Carolina Central, playing in 46 games with 44 starts … Played in 2005-06 when Eagles were an NCAA Division II team; did not play in 2007; and played in 2008-09, when the program moved up to the NCAA’s Division I-FCS ranks … Started every game at LT in his final two seasons … Chosen after his senior season to play in two all-star games — the East Coast Bowl in Petersburg, Va., and the Russell Athletic HBCU Bowl in Montgomery, Ala. … As a freshman and sophomore, was starting LG and helped lead team to a combined record of 22-3, with two Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships … The 2006 club was 11-0 in regular season (finished 12-1 after splitting two playoff games) and was recognized as Black College National Champions … The 2005 CIAA title was school’s first in 25 years, and the 2005 Division II playoff berth was school’s first since 1988 … Born in Detroit, Mich., but hometown is Winston-Salem, N.C., where he attended East Forsyth High School … Majored at NCCU in exercise sports science … Signed Bengals contract on 4-30-10.
Manns was a workhorse over his four seasons for North Carolina Central, playing in 46 games with 44 starts … Played in 2005-06 when Eagles were an NCAA Division II team; did not play in 2007; and played in 2008-09, when the program moved up to the NCAA’s Division I-FCS ranks … Started every game at LT in his final two seasons … Chosen after his senior season to play in two all-star games — the East Coast Bowl in Petersburg, Va., and the Russell Athletic HBCU Bowl in Montgomery, Ala. … As a freshman and sophomore, was starting LG and helped lead team to a combined record of 22-3, with two Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association championships … The 2006 club was 11-0 in regular season (finished 12-1 after splitting two playoff games) and was recognized as Black College National Champions … The 2005 CIAA title was school’s first in 25 years, and the 2005 Division II playoff berth was school’s first since 1988 … Born in Detroit, Mich., but hometown is Winston-Salem, N.C., where he attended East Forsyth High School … Majored at NCCU in exercise sports science … Signed Bengals contract on 4-30-10.

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