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65 B.J. Cabbell
B.J.  Cabbell

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Roseland, Va.

High School:
Nelson County

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 300

Position:
G

HIGH SCHOOL: Mammoth offensive lineman for coach Tim Crawford at Nelson County HS ... quick feet and hands ... a PrepStar All-Atlantic region selection... rated as the No. 50 offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com ... ranked as the 22nd-best player in Virginia by Rivals.com and the Roanoke Times, 25th by SuperPrep and on the Charlottesville Daily Progress "Gold List" and 29th by TheSabre.com ... played on both sides of the line as an offensive guard, and defensive tackle and end ... earned all-district, all-area and all-region honors ... team MVP as a senior ... totaled 65 tackles as a senior, including five sacks ... had 65 tackles as a junior and 43 as a sophomore ... multi-sport athlete who also excelled in basketball and track ... averaged 15 points per game as a junior on basketball team ... helped track squad to 2005 outdoor state title by competing in the shot put and discus ... is the first player from his school to earn a Division I football scholarship in more than 25 years ... one of three Nelson County students selected to participate in the Youth Leadership Seminar.

PERSONAL: Robert Louis Cabbell IV ... born 11-11-87 in Charlottesville, Va. ... son of Bobby Cabbell and June Cabbell ... has an older sister, Monica ... his uncle Eric Cabbell participated in football and track at Liberty University ... enjoys remodeling cars and refinishing furniture.

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