Laremy Tunsil Biography - Miami Dolphins

Video Laremy Alexander Tunsil Biography Miami Dolphins NFLLaremy Alexander Tunsil (born August 2, 1994) is an American football offensive tackle for the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Ole Miss. A native of Lake City, Florida, Tunsil attended Columbia High School, where he played football and competed in track and field as a shot putter. In football, he was a two-time All-State offensive lineman. Tunsil credits his development as an offensive tackle to going up against defensive lineman Timmy Jernigan, his Columbia teammate, in practice.

"He's always trying to get better every day. He's strong and he's fundamentally sound. He's got all the tools you need to be one of the best," said his high school coach Brian Allen. In his senior year, Tunsil helped Columbia rush for 275 yards per game en route to the FHSAA Class 6A state quarterfinals, where they lost 28–21 to Navarre. After the season, Tunsil played in the 2013 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. - Leonard Floyd - Chicago Bears - Paxton Lynch - Laquon Treadwell

Video Laremy Alexander Tunsil Biography Miami Dolphins NFLRegarded as a five-star recruit by, Tunsil was listed as the No. 1 offensive tackle prospect of his class. Tunsil had offers from every major BCS program, including every SEC school. From early on, he made depth chart, i.e. the possibility of starting as a true freshman, one of his priorities. He eliminated his home-state Florida Gators early in the process, because the Gators had signed five-star offensive tackle D. J. Humphries from the previous class.

For a long period of time Tunsil was believed to be leaning towards Georgia, since the Bulldogs started true freshman John Theus at right tackle in every game in 2012, and Tunsil hoped to do so at left tackle in 2013. But after a visit to Ole Miss in late January, Tunsil reportedly changed his mind and was considered a "done deal" for the Rebels. Tunsil set his announcement to be on National Signing Day on ESPNU, where he indeed committed to Ole Miss. - Leonard Floyd - Chicago Bears - Paxton Lynch - Laquon Treadwell
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