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  Byron Glaspie
Byron Glaspie

Player Profile

Southfield, Michigan

High School:
St. Martin de Porres

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 245



At Stanford: Fifth-year senior who began his career as a linebacker but was moved to fullback after his first two seasons on The Farm...Has been used as a reserve fullback in 1998 and '99 after playing inside linebacker in '96 and '97...Two-time letterwinner...Experience, tough, physical player who adds quality depth at fullback...Will also be a key member of the Cardinal's special teams.

The 1999 Season: Backup fullback and valuable member of Stanford's special teams...No. 3 fullback...Had seven carries for 22 yards...As a member of special teams, he had six total tackles and two kickoff returns for 30 yards.

The 1998 Season: Played in nine games as a reserve fullback and on special teams ...Missed two games with a pulled hamstring...Started game #8 at UCLA at fullback...Mainly used as a blocking back...For the season, he had one carry for two yards and one reception for three yards.

The 1997 Season: Saw limited playing time as a reserve inside linebacker.

The 1996 Season: Redshirted the '96 season as a true freshman.

In High School: Played both linebacker and fullback in high school...Named to SuperPrep's All-American team as an athlete...Accounted for 105 tackles, five sacks and three interceptions as a senior to go along with 576 yards rushing and eight TDs...Named All-Midwest by SuperPrep, Blue Chip Illustrated, Athlon and Tom Lemming's Prep Report...Member of the state's Dream Team as a linebacker...First-Team All-State, All-Metro and All-Detroit following his senior season...Led St. Martin de Porres High School to the state championship in 1992 and 1995 ...Named MVP of the '95 state championship team...First-Team All-League and Second-Team All-State as a junior...He had 75 tackles and four sacks his junior season...Also started at tight end as a junior, accounting for 15 receptions for 325 yards and five touchdowns...Four-year starter in baseball...First team all-league selection as a sophomore, junior and senior...Two-time First-Team All-Catholic selection...One of two finalists for the 1996 Walt Bazylewski Athlete of the Year Award, which honors the top athlete in the Catholic League...National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award winner in 1995...Member of the National Honor Society...Attended the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in June, 1995 in Washington, D.C.

Personal Information: Economics major...His brother, Aaron, is a sophomore football player at Duke University.