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2  Robert Priester
Robert  Priester


Tampa, Fla.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 180





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2015: Priester appeared in 11 games with 10 starts during his sophomore season. He finished the season with 50 total tackles with 36 solo stops and 14 assisted tackles. He also added three pass breakups and one interception. Priester also forced and recovered one fumble. He added two tackles for loss for two yards. Priester recorded a career-high nine tackles against Eastern Michigan. He recorded six tackles, forced a fumble and had an interception at Air Force. He recorded seven tackles at Boise State. He recovered a fumble at San Diego State. In the season opener against North Dakota he recorded six total tackles.

2014: Priester appeared in 11 games with seven starts as a true freshman. Recorded 39 total tackles with 29 solo stops and 10 assisted tackles. Also forced two fumbles on the season and broke up two passes. He recorded a career-high nine tackles and added a forced fumble against Florida Atlantic. He also added eight tackles, a forced fumble and a pass breakup against Hawai'i. Priester recovered a fumble against Utah State along with a pass breakup in the contest.

High School: Priester recorded 21 total tackles his senior season (13 solo tackles and eight assists), including one tackle for a loss, and he had three passes defended. He also caught four passes for 55 yards and one touchdown and added 55 yards in kick returns as a high school senior. Priester ended his high school career with 83 total tackles (59 solo tackles and 24 assists), three tackles for loss, two interceptions and four passes defended. Offensively, he completed his high school career with 234 receiving yards on 28 receptions and scored four receiving TDs. He also had 747 all-purpose yards in his career, including 325 yards in kickoff returns and 36 career yards returning punts. He played for head coach Shawn Taylor. Priester was also recruited by Ball State, Florida International and Utah State.

Personal: He is majoring in business administration. Career Stats:

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