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Germane Crowell
Germane  Crowell

RS Freshman

Winston-Salem, N.C.

High School:
Carver HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 190


- Appeared three of  UVA's first four games before suffering a season-ending injury ... one of 17 UVA true freshmen to play ... made collegiate debut on special teams against William & Mary ... also saw time at cornberback against the Tribe after Tim Harris went down with a season-ending injury in the second half ... made one tacke at Boise State.


A January early enrollee who participated in spring practice ... played quarterback and defensive back at Carver High School for head coach Germane Crowell, Sr., his father … four-year varsity letterwinner … all-state and all-conference player after throwing for more than 2,000 yards and 23 touchdowns … rushed for 10 scores and 775 yards … made 50 tackles and collected three interceptions … in 2015 made 34 tackles and two interceptions as a junior … a four-star recruit by … a three-star recruit by, and … father was a standout wide receiver at UVA who played for the Cavaliers from 1994-97 … Crowell, Sr., is ranked No. 6 all-time in the UVA annals with 2,142 receiving yards … his 969 receiving yards in 1997 still ranks No. 3 in the UVA record books for receiving yards in a season … the Detroit Lions selected the elder Crowell in the second round, No. 50 overall, in the 1998 NFL Draft … is also the nephew of former UVA linebacker, Angelo Crowell (1999-2002), a third round (94th overall) selection by the Buffalo Bills in the 2003 NFL Draft.



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