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Kyle Jolly
T #61
Height:
6-6
Weight:
300
College:
North Carolina
Hometown:
Powhatan, VA
Experience:
1

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Biography

PRO (0-0/0-0): Re-signed to the Steelers’ offseason roster on February 21, 2011…spent entire 2010 season on the practice squad…signed to the practice squad on September 6, 2010…was released by the Steelers on September 4, 2010…originally signed as a rookie free agent by the Steelers on April 26, 2010.

PRO (0-0/0-0): Re-signed to the Steelers’ offseason roster on February 21, 2011…spent entire 2010 season on the practice squad…signed to the practice squad on September 6, 2010…was released by the Steelers on September 4, 2010…originally signed as a rookie free agent by the Steelers on April 26, 2010.

2010 (0-0/0-0): Spent the entire 2010 season on the practice squad.


COLLEGE
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Started the final 38 games of his career at left tackle…named honorable mention ALL-ACC in 2009…majored in exercise and sports science. 2009: Started all 13 games in 2009…honorable mention All-ACC pick…made 38 consecutive starts at left tackle…had 31 knock-down blocks on the season…posted a 76-percent grade and two knockdowns at NC State…graded at 71 percent with one knockdown at Boston College…graded out at 77 percent with two knockdowns against Miami…posted a team-best 87 percent grade and four knockdown blocks versus Duke…notched a 75 percent grade and two knockdowns at Virginia Tech…had two knockdowns against Florida State… graded a team-high 89 percent with three knockdowns versus Georgia Southern…posted one knockdown against Virginia…logged an 88 percent grade and two knockdowns at Georgia Tech…graded at 80 percent with two knockdowns against East Carolina…posted at 79 percent grade with four knockdowns at Connecticut…graded at 85 percent with six knockdown blocks against The Citadel. 2008: Started all 13 games in 2008…graded at 87 percent at Duke and had three knockdown blocks…graded at 75 percent against NC State…logged a 72 percent grade and one knockdown at Maryland…graded at 77 percent in the victory over No. 20 Georgia Tech…registered an 87 percent grade and two knockdowns in the win over No. 23 Boston College…posted a 76 percent grade with two knockdowns at Virginia…graded at 80 percent with four knockdowns versus Notre Dame…recorded an 87 percent grade and three knockdowns versus Connecticut…logged an 82 percent grade and three knockdowns at Miami…graded out at 78 percent with two knockdowns versus Virginia Tech…notched an 83 percent grade at Rutgers…posted a team-best 92 percent grade and six knockdown blocks against McNeese St. 2007: Started all 12 games at left tackle…posted a 78 percent grade with 31 knockdowns on the season…registered an 89 percent grade and four knockdowns in the win over Duke…graded at 80 percent with three knockdowns at Georgia Tech…graded out at 80 percent with four knockdowns vs. Maryland…graded at 75 percent with a pair of knockdowns at Wake Forest…registered five knockdowns in the win over Miami…recorded an 84 percent grade and four knockdowns at Virginia Tech…rated at 83 percent at USF…had an 85 percent grade against Virginia…graded at 72 percent with five knock-downs at ECU…made first career start at left tackle vs. JMU and recorded two knockdowns. 2006: Saw action as a reserve tackle and on special teams on extra points in 2006. 2005: Redshirted.


PERSONAL
: Ranked among the top 30 players in Virginia by SuperPrep…three-year starter on offense and defense at tight end and defensive tackle
Blessed Sacrament Huguenot High School…earned all-state private school honors as a tight end and defensive tackle…named first-team All-Richmond Metro…caught 15 passes with five touchdowns and registered 70 tackles as a senior…voted team MVP and offensive MVP…named first-team All Virginia Commonwealth Conference tight end and first-team All-VCC defensive tackle…first-team All Metro Offensive Tackle as selected by Richmond Times Dispatch…team won the Virginia Division I championship as a junior…thought to be the first player from Powhatan County to receive a Division I-A scholarship…son of Eric and Joan Jolly…Full name: Kyle Duval Jolly.

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