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 Alex Albright 98
Alex Albright

Cincinnati, OH

High School:
St. Xavier

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 251


2010 Season
Team Captain ... charted three solo tackles, a sack for -11 yards and two tackles for loss at Florida State ... tallied five tackles, including one sack for minus-four yards at N.C. State ... combined for four tackles, charting a sack for a loss of six yards and another tackle for loss against Notre Dame ... posted a career-high three tackle-for-loss on his way to wrapping up seven players against Virginia Tech and added one sack ... made the first interception of his career, returning the ball 22 yards, while adding a career-best two tackles-for-loss (-5 yards) and a pass breakup versus Kent State ... knocked down one pass and made three tackles against Weber State.

2009 Season
Started seven games at defensive end...recorded 32 tackles on the season and his eight tackles for a loss ranked second on the team...second among defensive linemen with 20 solo stops...had three tackles and a half TFL in the Emerald Bowl vs. USC...tallied seven tackles with one behind the line at Notre Dame...recorded three tackles against Florida State and had a sack...had five tackles against Wake Forest, including two tackles for a loss and a forced fumble...recorded four tackles and a TFL at Clemson...made four solo tackles and had a tackle for loss against Kent State...made four tackles and had 1.5 tackles for a loss against Northeastern...recipient of The Charles R. '56 and Judith Laverty Scholarship.

2008 Season
Season cut short after two games because of a neck injury...started the first two games of the year against Kent State and Georgia Tech, recording four tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery.

2007 Season
Earned All-ACC honorable mention honors...finished with 38 tackles (22 solos, 16 assists), a team-high 8.5 sacks for 57 yards, 10 tackles-for-loss (second on the team), a quarterback hurry and two forced fumbles...sat out the final two games of the season after breaking his left forearm in the Clemson game...had started the first 11 games of the season before suffering the injury...earned an All-ACC honorable mention...before leaving the Clemson game, he had four tackles (two solo) and his seventh sack of the season, resulting in a loss of 17 yards...his contributions helped the defense hold Clemson to 273 total yards, staging another thrilling comeback victory in the fourth quarter...totaled a season-high six tackles, including a career-high five assisted tackles at Maryland...also sacked quarterback Chris Turner 1.5 times, resulting in 10 yards lost...combined for four tackles (two solo) in loss against Florida State...recorded his second forced fumble on the season, helping to keep BC within striking range for its fourth-quarter comeback at Virginia Tech...ended the game with a season-high three assisted tackles for a total of five tackles and an assist on a TFL...sacked Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen for three yards to mark his fourth sack on the year (a team high) in the Eagles' win...ended the game with two solo tackles...registered his first multiple-sack game, gaining a total of two sacks for a loss of ten yards in outstanding defensive performance against Bowling Green...ended the game with two solo tackles...had a season-high two TFLs for 13 yards, ending the game against Massachusetts with 3.5 total tackles (three solo)...had a solid defensive outing against Army...recorded his first sack of the season, two solo tackles, and forced a fumble...ranked second on the team in tackles with 4.5 (four solo) against NC State, also registered a the starting nod for the season opener vs. Wake Forest...registered four tackles (2 solos, 2 assists) in that game...also credited with a sack.

2006 Season
Played in all 13 games as a true freshman; started the Meineke Car Care Bowl...made 20 tackles, including 11 solo stops...contributed 3.5 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks and tied for the team lead in fumble recoveries with three...had first career tackle at North Carolina State...registered a career-high seven tackles (six solo), forced one fumble and recovered one fumble versus Maine...recorded one tackle and recovered one fumble against Virginia Tech...had two tackles (one solo) and one pass breakup at Florida State...made 1.0 sack and recovered one fumble against Buffalo...had two tackles (one solo) at Wake Forest...made two tackles against Maryland...recorded one solo stop at Miami...had three tackles (one solo), including 1.0 tackle for loss in the Meineke Car Care Bowl versus Navy.

High School
Earned Associated Press All-State first-team honors as a senior defensive end at St. Xavier High School...captured Greater Catholic League South Player of the Year accolades after leading the Bombers to the 2005 Division I state title...was a 2005 All-Southwest Ohio first-team selection...registered 83 tackles, including 12 sacks, in his senior season...made one reception for 15 yards...scored one touchdown...played for head coach Steve Specht...played in the Ohio North-South Classic in Columbus Crew Stadium on June 17, 2006...also starred on St. Xavier's basketball team; helped the Bombers advance to the 2005 Division I state championship contest.

Alex Albright, born January 29, 1988 ... enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Alex is the son of Dan and Denise and has an older brother, Brandon, older sister, Jenny, and younger brother, Bryson.

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