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AJ  Addison
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AJ Addison


Ruther Glen, Va.

High School:
Fork Union Military Academy

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 299



Marshall Football Postgame Notes

Marshall 31, Southern Miss 10

JUNIOR SEASON (2016): Versatile offensive lineman who played in 11 of 12 games … Received two starts, although in an oddity made those starts at tight end in an alignment that put six offensive linemen on the field.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015): Played in all 13 games, and made the start in final seven regular-season games at right tackle after senior and two-year starter Clint Van Horn was sidelined with an injury ... Played 448 offensive snaps, with 14 knockdowns ... Was backup at both tackle spots when he wasn't in starting lineup.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2014): Played in 13 games with no starts (missing Florida Atlantic), primarily as backup left tackle to graduated Trevor Mendelson ... One of only eight true freshmen to play for Herd in 2014 ... Played in nine games on offensive line, getting 124 snaps, with three knockdowns.

HERD FILE: Born May 22, 1995 ... Full name is Andre Ginial Addison Jr. ... Signed from Fork Union Military Academy and enrolled at Marshall in January 2014 ... Rated a two-star prospect by Rivals ... Also had offers from Georgia State, Duquesne, Fairmont State, Norfolk State, Seton Hill and Virginia State ... Played on the offensive and defensive lines at Fork Union ... Bench presses 315 pounds ... Originally was a Class of 2013 prospect from Fredericksburg (Va.) Christian High ... In his senior season, he was a Virginia private schools' All-State first team lineman and he helped FCS to the state private school championship game. He also played basketball for the Eagles ... In high school, received recruiting interest from Liberty, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia and Virginia Tech, but only offer was from Division II Fairmont State ... Dropped from 345 pounds in final year of high school to 308 when he enrolled at FUMA ... Spent first two years of high school at Group AA Caroline and moved to Fredericksburg Christian in only its third year of football.