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68 Eric Tetlow
Eric  Tetlow


Richmond, Va.

High School:
Mills E. Godwin HS

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 305



2014 - Redshirted season. 2013 - Appeared in five of UVa's 12 games ... one of 12 true freshmen to appear for UVa ... made collegiate debut against VMI ... also saw time against Pitt, Clemson, North Carolina and Miami ... part of an offensive line that helped block for Kevin Parks, who became UVa's first 1,000-yard rusher since 2004 ... took part in 108 offensive plays ... took part in a season-high 30 plays against Clemson.


Played on the offensive line at Mills E. Godwin High School for head coach John Phillips ... saw time all over the offensive line, including at center ... started on the defensive line as well at Godwin ... VHSL Group All-State second-team and VHSL Group AAA Coaches All-State second-team honoree on offense ...'s All-Central Region first-team honoree ... led an offensive line at Godwin that produced two players who each averaged over 96 yards rushing per game in 2012 ... ranked the No. 36 prospect in Virginia by the Roanoke Times ... played in the 2012 Chesapeake Bowl ... a three-star player by, 247sports and Rivals ... listed as the No. 41 offensive tackle prospect in the nation by ... listed as the No. 23 prospect in Virginia by ... a two-star player by ... also played baseball, basketball and wrestling first two years of high school ... father Peter, who was born and raised in Australia, was a world-class swimmer, won national championships and qualified for the Olympics before coming to the United States to swim at Harvard ... father was ranked as high as seventh in the world in the 1,500-meter freestyle.


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