57  Chase Appleby
Chase Appleby


Frisco, Texas

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 289

Nose tackle



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2013: Appleby provided depth along the defensive line but did not play in any games.

2012: Redshirted.

High School: Appleby was selected as the District 9-4A Defensive Player of the Year at Centennial High School in Frisco, Texas. He was named First Team All-State Class 4A by, and was also named by to the All-Dallas/Fort Worth Area First Team. Appleby earned Honorable Mention Associated Press 4A All-State recognition from the Texas AP Sports Editors. VYPE High School Sports Magazine named Appleby to its 2011 Collin County/North Texas First Team. As a team captain, he helped lead his high school team to a 12-1 record and the regional finals of the 2011 state playoffs. Centennial High defeated McKinney North (45-16) in the first round of the state playoffs and Conrad (56-13) in the second round before losing to Corsicana (31-52) in the Region 2 Finals. He recorded 79 tackles, six sacks, 16 tackles for loss and forced two fumbles as a senior. His junior season, Appleby earned First Team All-District honors while registering 55 tackles and two sacks. He was credited with 40 tackles, two sacks and recovered one fumble as a sophomore. He played for head coach Mark Howard at Centennial High School.

Personal: Born Oct. 1, 1993, he is the son of Vicki and David Appleby. Appleby's father David played football at Texas A&M from 1976-80. He has one older sister, Alexa. Appleby was also recruited by Arkansas State, Baylor and North Texas. He is pursuing a degree in the health sciences program at UW.

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