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76 Zak Stair
Zak  Stair


Manassas, Va.

High School:
Osbourn Park H.S.

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 298



AT VIRGINIA: 2006-Appeared in the first 10 games of the season and started seven in the middle of the season ... began the year as a reserve behind Will Barker at right tackle, but moved into the starting spot at left tackle over Eugene Monroe for the Georgia Tech game ... remained there for the next six games ... received his first letter. 2005--Played in 10 games as a redshirt freshman ... saw some action at left tackle in his debut against Duke, but primarily played on the line for the field goal/extra point team. 2004--In uniform for all six home games and the MPC Computers Bowl but did not play and was redshirted.

HIGH SCHOOL: Standout offensive lineman for coach Brian Beaty at Osbourn Park HS ... ranked as the No. 79 offensive line prospect in the country by ... No. 98 on's Atlantic Hot 100 list ... All-Atlantic Region by PrepStar ... 3-stars by ... 2-stars by ... ranked as the 15th-best player in Virginia by the Roanoke Times, 16th by SuperPrep, and 17th on the Charlottesville Daily Progress "Gold List" and by ... first-team All-State and first-team Washington Post All-Met as a senior ... also named All-District (on both offense and defense) that season ... team captain ... honorable mention All-Met as a junior ... his team made the regional finals of the playoffs his last two seasons ... also earned letters in basketball and indoor and outdoor track ... earned All-District honors in shotput and discus ... Scholar Athlete.

PERSONAL: Zachary Stephen Stair ... born 3-20-86 in Alexandria, Va. ... son of Teddy and Steve Stair ... has a younger sister, Sydney ... majoring in philosophy.


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