Position: Defensive Line
Height /Weight: 6-4 / 270
Hometown: Alexandria, Va.
High School: St. Stephen's & St. Agnes
At Delaware: One of the team’s most improved players over the past season…will battle for starting spot on the defensive front where the Blue Hens must replace the loss of three starters, including both tackles…projected to take over the starting spot at right tackle with the loss of Justin Johnson…enjoyed an outstanding spring as he was named the Blue Hen Touchdown Club Most Improved Defensive Player prior to the spring game…physical player who pound for pound may be the strongest member of the entire squad…could also see action on special teams.
2010 Season: Moved up the depth chart during the season but did not see game action and retained freshman eligibility...was considered one of the team’s top scout players in practice…team went 12-3 and advanced to the FCS national title game under head coach K.C. Keeler.
High School: Standout defensive lineman and tight end at St. Stephens and St. Agnes School under head coach Dave Holm…first team All-State selection as both a defensive end and tight end…named first team all-conference as a defensive end…honored as team’s Most Valuable Player…posted 21 sacks as a senior to break the school single-season record…recorded 112 tackles, 46 tackles for a loss, four forced fumbles, and five recoveries in nine games as a defensive end...caught 15 passes for 423 yards as a tight end…also blocked a punt and field goal, and led the team in special teams tackles…St. Stephens and St. Agnes went 16-12 during his three seasons and advanced to the 2007 state playoffs…also was a member of the basketball, track and baseball teams.
Personal: Laith Andrew Wallschleger (“wall-shlay-gur”)…born March 15, 1992…honor student as a business major at Delaware...son of Kurt and Mayla Wallschleger.Back To Football Home Football Story Archive