Position: Offensive Line
Height /Weight: 6-6 / 310
Hometown: West Chester, Pa.
High School: Henderson HS
At Delaware: Lone returning starter on Blue Hen offensive line that lost four starters, including All-Americans and NFL hopefuls Gino Gradkowski and Shea Allard • fourth-year team member who will start again at left tackle for the second straight year • two-year letterwinner who has the potential to be an All-Colonial Athletic Association performer and teams with veteran backup Erle Ladson to give Hens one of the top tackle tandems in the league • has played in 25 career games with 14 starts • one of the team's biggest players at 6-6 and 310 lbs.
2011 Season: Started all 11 games for the Blue Hens at left tackle • earned second letter • teamed with the likes of Gradkowski, Allard, and Rob McDowell to help Delaware rank No. 5 in the Colonial Athletic Association in rushing (165.5 yards per game), scoring (25.8 points per game), and sacks allowed (1.82 per game) • helped pave way for All-American Andrew Pierce • team went 7-4 under head coach K.C. Keeler.
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 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