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Alec Scheetz
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Alec Scheetz 2134341
Position: Tight End
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 250
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Phoenix, Md.
High School: Loyola Blakefield
Other College: William & Mary
Major: Biomedical Engineering
Experience: 1 Letter

Third-year member of the squad after transfer from Delaware's Colonial Athletic Association rival William & Mary • senior tight end and long snapper • will add solid support at tight end spot behind Charles Scarff and Brandon Whaley • is expected to handle long snaps on placements and backup Tim Sheridan on punts • caught a pass for four yards in Blue-White Spring Game in May • has played in 23 career games between William & Mary and Delaware.

Saw first career action at Delaware as a backup tight end and long snapper on placements • played in all 11 games and started as a second tight end in games vs. Stony Brook and Villanova • did not catch a pass • served as backup long snapper on punts to Sheridan and saw action there in games vs. Richmond and Villanova
• caught two passes for 22 yards in Blue-White spring game.

Did not see game action per NCAA transfer rules in first year at Delaware after move from William & Mary • took part in 2015 spring drills at Delaware and had one catch for three yards in Blue-White spring game • Blue Hen Touchdown Club Offensive Practice Player of the Week vs. Rhode Island • CAA Academic All-Conference selection.

Two-year member of the squad at William & Mary for head coach Jimmye Laycock • served as a deep snapper on kicks and was a backup tight end in 2014 • did not see action in 2013 • teams went 7-5 (4-4 in CAA) both seasons • played in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman in 2014 as a deep snapper and caught two passes for 15 yards as a backup tight end • caught passes vs. New Hampshire and Elon • two-year member of CAA All-Academic Team.

Four-year letterwinner as a tight end and defensive end for head coach Brian Abbott at Loyola Blakefield High School • member of the 2012 Chesapeake Bowl team • earned three letters on the baseball team.

Alexander Ricky "Alec" Scheetz ("sheets") • born in Baltimore, Md. • biomedical engineering major at Delaware • son of Rick and Michele Scheetz • both parents graduated from Delaware • father is chief operating officer at Gray & Sons, a leading contractor firm in the Baltimore area • mother is a nurse • has a younger sister • Rick played football at Delaware in 1981-85 and served as a backup quarterback behind future NFL All-Pro Rich Gannon • played in nine career games and completed 5 of 16 passes for 128 yards and one touchdown.

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