George Mosle
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George  Mosle

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Olney, Md.

High School:
Sherwood

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 270

Position:
OL

Birthdate:
02/11/1988

Experience:
3


2008: Saw action in six games, starting on the offensive line ... Missed the last four games with injury.

2007: Made the move to the offensive line during the spring 2007 season ... Appeared in 10 games ... Helped the offensive line protect quarterback Matt Bassuener, who led the Patriot League in completion percentage (66.8%) and threw for 1,874 yards, the seventh-best single season mark in school history.

2006: Appeared in three games as a freshman ... Credited with one tackle.

High School: A four-year letterwinner in football, also participated in track ... Played defensive end, linebacker and offensive line ... Captained football team as a senior ... All-Montgomery County at defensive line in 2006 ... Sherwood's most valuable linebacker in 2006, leading the team with 85 tackles, five sacks, three forced fumbles and two recoveries ... Helped lead team to a 12-2 record and state runner-up finish ... Sherwood won 4A North Regional title.

Personal: Born on February 11, 1988 in Baltimore ... The son of Wayne and Robin Mosle ... Older sister Alison went to American ... Honor roll all four years ... Member of Chambers Singers (2003-06) and Rock N' Roll Revival (2002-06) ... Lists his father as the most influential person in his career.

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