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13 Prosper Figbe
Prosper  Figbe

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Ilorin, Nigeria

High School:
Loomis Chaffee School

Last College:
USF

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 190

Position:
D


PRIOR TO VIRGINIA
 Spent first two collegiate seasons at the University of South Florida
 Started all but one games as a freshman and all 20 games as a sophomore
 Became the first underclassman ever to win American Athletic Conference Defensive Player in 2016
 A Second Team NSCAA All-Region selection
 Received a First Team All-AAC nod in 2016 and was listed on All-Rookie Team in 2015
 Was a four-time AAC Defensive Player of the Week Award winner his sophomore season
 Recorded one goal and two assists in two seasons including an equalizer in an overtime loss to Boston College in the NCAA Second Round
 An All-AAC Academic Team member in 2016

PREP
• Played at the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Connecticut
 A High School All-American his senior year
 Helped lead his team to its first undefeated team in school history in 2014
 Named to the 2014 WNEPSSA Select All-Star team
 A 2014 NSCAA All-State selection for Prep L schools
 Led his club team, Connecticut Football Club, to a state cup championship in 2013

PERSONAL
• Comes from a family of seven with two brothers and two sisters
 Came to the U.S. after being identified by the MTN Football Scholars program which uses soccer to promote social change and gives opportunities for the top student-athletes in Nigeria to earn an education at American prep schools and universities

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