Antwon Trice
Antwon  Trice

Jacksonville, Fla.

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Height / Weight:
6-6 / 300



2004: Started 10 of 11 games he played in on the offensive line... Was Coastal's first-ever All-American, as he was named Third Team All-American and First Team All-Eastern Region honors from Don Hansen's National Weekly Football Gazette.. Earned First Team All-Big South Conference honors as well... Helped lead CCU to its first-ever Big South title... Was a constant on an offense that set numerous Big South single-season team and individual records and ranked fifth in I-AA in rushing offense and scoring offense and a line blocked for Big South Offensive Player of the Year Patrick Hall...

2003: Started nine of 11 games he played in on the offensive line... Anchored a line that helped CCU rank second in the league in rushing offense and earned Second Team All-Big South accolades...

Prior to Coastal: Played the 2001 football season at Catawba, starting for current CCU head coach David Bennett...

High School:Was a starter at Sandalwood, earning selection on the Florida Times Union Super Seniors squad... Selected to play in the Florida North-South game... Was the team's four-time Lineman of the Week and the Offensive Lineman of the Year... A 2001 graduate of Sandalwood...

Personal: Full name: Antwon Montae Trice... Born: 12-19-82... Son of Melvin Trice and Carolyn Trice... Majoring in management.



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