Sandley Jean-Felix
Sandley  Jean-Felix

RS Junior

Sunrise, Fla.

High School:
Boyd Anderson

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 324


R-FRESHMAN SEASON (2014): Played in all 14 games, as regular on field goal and PAT units and as right tackle backup to all-conference pick Clint Van Horn ... Played 66 snaps on offense, with one knockdown.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2013): Redshirted.

HERD FILE: Born April 17, 1994 ... Majoring in Health Science at MU ... Has huge wingspan with sleeve length of very long 36¼ inches, aiding in his blocking ... Flipped commitment from FIU to Marshall, and also had offers from Middle Tennessee, Texas Tech, West Virginia, Alcorn State and Bethune-Cookman ... From same high school (Boyd Anderson) as two teammates, CB Corey Tindal and LB Kent Turene, and former Herd defensive tackle Marques Aiken ... Led his team to a 10-3 record and the third round of the Class 7A state playoffs, losing to eventual state champion St. Thomas Aquinas. With his blocking, Jean-Felix helped the Cobras run for 705 yards and pass for 2,616 yards in 2012 ... Missed junior season due to academic issues. Moved to right tackle as a senior ... Former basketball player who has played football only two years ... Started at guard in football as a sophomore ... Cited relationship with Herd OL coach Alex Mirabal, who was hired at Marshall in 2013 from FIU staff after a head coaching change there, as major reason for his college decision.