Position: Offensive Line
Height /Weight: 6-6 / 300
Hometown: West Chester, Pa.
High School: Henderson HS
At Delaware: Third-year member of the team who has gained valuable experience while playing both offensive line and special teams...expected to be team’s only new starter on the offensive line with return of four starters…looking to replace three-year starter Kevin Uhll at right tackle…part of an outstanding offensive line unit that returns nine players with experience and ranks among the best in the nation…could also contribute on special teams…tied as the team’s tallest player at 6-6.
2010 Season: Enjoyed a solid season while earning his first letter...saw action in 14 games, making three starts…earned the start vs. William & Mary and in playoff wins over Lehigh and New Hampshire, filling in for an injured Shea Allard...was a key contributor to an offensive line that helped the Blue Hens rank in the top two in the CAA in rushing yards, passing yards and total offense per game...was also used as a blocking tight end and had to switch his jersey number to 92 during games...team went 12-3 and advanced to the FCS national title game under head coach K.C. Keeler.
2009 Season: Did not see game action in first season with UD to retain freshman eligibility…team went 6-5 for Keeler.
High School: Offensive tackle for head coach Joe Walsh at Henderson High School...led 2007 team to a 12-2 record, a second place district finish, and the Ches-Mont League title...team amassed over 3,500 yards for the season...three-year letterwinner who started 36 career games...selected No. 1 offensive lineman in southeastern Pennsylvania by the Philadelphia Inquirer in 2008...two-time All-Southeastern Pennsylvania, two-time All-Area, and two-time All-Ches-Mont League pick...also earned all-county honors...played in Big 33 state all-star game...also played defensive end as a senior...two-time National Latin Exam Gold Medalist.
Personal: Brandon Warren Heath...born August 7, 1991...son of Dave and Deb Heath...has an older brother and sister...history major at Delaware...would like to become a history teacher and football coach after graduation.Back To Football Home Football Story Archive