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Jarell Broxton
OG #61
Height:
6-3
Weight:
333
College:
Baylor
Hometown:
Gaithersburg, MD
Experience:
1

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— Key Transactions —

  • Jarell Broxton signed with the Ravens as a RFA on 5/6/16.

— College —

  • Saw action in 26 career games (21 starts) in two years at Baylor after transferring from junior college (Lackawanna)
  • Named first-team All-Big 12 by the AP and second-team by the league’s coaches after starting all 13 games at RG as a senior in 2015
  • Helped guide an offensive line that paved the way for the nation’s No. 2 rushing attack (326.7 ypg) and led the conference after allowing just 1.15 sacks per game
  • Also led the team with 54 knockdown blocks.
  • Earned Lineman of the Week honors after recording a career-high 7 knockdowns at Kansas State
  • Appeared in all 13 games (eight starts at RG) in his first season with Baylor in 2014
  • Helped an offensive line that finished second in the conference with 215.5 rushing yards per game and allowed just 1.85 sacks per game
  • Also recorded 29 knockdowns on the season
  • Prior to transferring to Baylor, attended Lackawanna (PA) College, where he was ranked the 31st-best junior college prospect by ESPN JC50
  • Graduated with a degree in health, kinesiology and leisure studies.

— High School / Personal —

  • Prepped at Quince Orchard (Gaithersburg, MD) HS, where he played mainly on the defensive line.

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— Key Transactions —

  • Jarell Broxton signed with the Ravens as a RFA on 5/6/16.

— College —

  • Saw action in 26 career games (21 starts) in two years at Baylor after transferring from junior college (Lackawanna)
  • Named first-team All-Big 12 by the AP and second-team by the league’s coaches after starting all 13 games at RG as a senior in 2015
  • Helped guide an offensive line that paved the way for the nation’s No. 2 rushing attack (326.7 ypg) and led the conference after allowing just 1.15 sacks per game
  • Also led the team with 54 knockdown blocks.
  • Earned Lineman of the Week honors after recording a career-high 7 knockdowns at Kansas State
  • Appeared in all 13 games (eight starts at RG) in his first season with Baylor in 2014
  • Helped an offensive line that finished second in the conference with 215.5 rushing yards per game and allowed just 1.85 sacks per game
  • Also recorded 29 knockdowns on the season
  • Prior to transferring to Baylor, attended Lackawanna (PA) College, where he was ranked the 31st-best junior college prospect by ESPN JC50
  • Graduated with a degree in health, kinesiology and leisure studies.

— High School / Personal —

  • Prepped at Quince Orchard (Gaithersburg, MD) HS, where he played mainly on the defensive line.
 

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