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47 Ben Parziale
Ben  Parziale

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Forest, Va.

High School:
Jefferson Forest H.S.

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 202

Position:
S

AT VIRGINIA: 2005--Very dedicated player ... appeared in four games (Temple, Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, Miami) ...saw late game action at safety against Temple in his first collegiate action ...has saw time on various special teams ...was named the team's scout team player of the week for the Duke game. 2004--In uniform for all six home games and the MPC Computers Bowl but did not see any game action. 2003--Walk-on who joined the team for training camp ... did not play in any games but was in uniform for all six home games and the Continental Tire Bowl ... red-shirted.

HIGH SCHOOL: Team captain who played quarterback and safety for head coach Terry Smith at Jefferson Forest HS ... holds the quarterback record for hang clean, bench press and squats ... National Honor Society ...named to Who's Who Among American High School Students.

PERSONAL: Benjamin Alex Parziale ... born 6-21-85 in Lynchburg, Va. ... son of Robin and Peter Parziale ... has an older brother, Pete, who is a senior defensive lineman at Richmond ... also has a younger brother, Patrick ... religious studies major.

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