When Jeremiah Irby injured his knee in the middle of last season, he didn TMt know if college football was in his future. But St. Augustine TMs came calling.
Irby played linebacker and defensive end at Lee County High School, and he TMll play middle linebacker for the Division II Falcons.Coach Dean Fabrizio raved about his work ethic and attitude off the field, but also about his abilities on it.
The things that he offers on the field is a lot of versatility, Fabrizio said. A guy you can move around the field a lot and do a lot of things to create mismatches with on defense.
Irby is excited about continuing his college football career.
St. Augustine TMs came along and showed a lot of support and just interest in my abilities, Irby said.
The Trojans TM senior should be 100% by the time he moves to Raleigh for summer workouts.