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#58 Adam Cole
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 284
Year: Junior
Hometown: Eden Prairie, Minn.
High School: Academy of Holy Angels
Experience: Redshirt
Adam Cole
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics
Release: 12/03/2006

2008 (Sr.) Played in the season opener vs. Northeastern and contributed to the Northern Illinois game . . . recipient of the Ray Louthen Senior Contribution Award

2007 (Jr.): Played in 12 games to earn first letter . . . blocked for an offense which tallied a school record 5,640 yards in total offense, including a school best 3,704 yards passing . . . helped protect Ball State quarterback Nate Davis, who set a Ball State single-season record with 30 touchdown passes plus threw for a school record 3,667 yards . . . part of a unit that blocked for nearly 2,000 yards rushing

2006 (So.): Did not see action

2005 (Fr.): Played in two games

2004: Redshirted

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three letters in football for Coach Mike Pendino . . . helped team to a 9-3 overall record, including a 7-1 mark in the Missota Conference as a senior . . . helped team to the conference championship as a senior . . . helped team to a 22-12 mark in his career . . . started as an offensive guard and nose tackle . . . tallied 57 tackles, five sacks and 11 tackles for loss as a senior . . . named the Academy of Holy Angels Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior . . . all-state as a senior . . . as an offensive lineman, was charged with only three penalties in his career and never gave up a sack . . . two-time all-conference . . . Minnesota Preps All-State First Team as a senior . . . selected one of the state’s top-15 players as a senior by Rivals.com . . . as a senior was named to the Minnesota Star-Tribune Dream Team, which was the top 22 players in the state . . . named high school team’s Most Valuable Offensive Lineman as a junior and senior

PERSONAL: Son of Ed and Cathie Cole . . . one brother . . . father played football at Cal-State Fullerton and brother, Andrew, plays football at the Naval Academy . . . born April 4, 1986, in Orange, Calif. . . . full name is Adam John Cole.