| Alfio Randall-Veasey
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Houston, Texas (Yates/Blinn JC)
Big and athletic two-year offensive lineman who saw action at tackle as a senior ... served as a backup at left tackle while gaining valuable experience blocking on special teams in his first season at UT ... a Parade All-American who originally signed with UT in 1999 ... transferred to UT in 2001 after graduating from Blinn College ... a 2000 junior college All-American.
Saw action in seven games as a reserve tackle ... helped UT's offense rank fifth in the Big 12 and 16th in the NCAA in scoring offense (33.8 ppg.) ... helped clear the way for UT's eighth consecutive 1,000-yard rusher in sophomore Cedric Benson (1,247 yards) ... shared UT's Darrell K Royal Offensive Player of the Game after helping the offense pile up a season-high 569 total yards at North Carolina ... also helped the offense post 450 total yards against Baylor and 412 against Oklahoma State ... helped the offense post 477 total yards and 39:43 in time of possession against Houston.
Played in nine games as a backup left tackle ... helped UT score a Big 12-best 39.2 points per game (sixth NCAA) and tally 162.3 rushing, 250.3 passing and 412.6 total yards per contest.
AT BLINN JUNIOR COLLEGE (1999-2000)
Coached by Everett Todd at Blinn Junior College ... a 2000 Junior College All-America selection at offensive tackle ... also earned first-team All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference and All-NJCAA Region 14 honors as a sophomore ... helped lead the Buccaneers to a No. 7 national ranking, a 9-2 record and a victory against Fort Scott Community College in the Mineral Water Bowl as a freshman.
Coached by Maurice McGowan at Yates High ... a 1998 Parade All-American ... tabbed an honorable mention All-USA offensive lineman by USA Today in 1998 ... was listed as the ninth-best lineman in the nation by The Sporting News ... was named a Texas Class 5A second-team all-state offensive guard (AP) as a senior ... selected to the all-state third-team by the Texas Sports Writers Association at offensive guard as a senior ... named first-team All-Greater Houston at offensive guard that year ... top blocker on a team that averaged 305 yards per game his senior year ... a three-year starter who posted 100 pancake blocks during his career.
Born 6/2/80 in Galveston, Texas ... majored in youth and community studies ... was active in UT's community service efforts ... was a regular visitor at the Austin Children's Hospital ... volunteered at Dessau Middle School ... served as a mentor to elementary school students, including reading to children at Brenham Elementary School while at Blinn Junior College.