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Player Bio: Myron DeBose :: Football  

  Myron DeBose
Myron DeBose
Player Profile
Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Pasadena, Calif.

High School:
Blair High '95

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 235

Position:
Tight End

DeBOSE'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

Coached by Porfirio Frausto, earning two varsity football letters at Blair High...offensive tackle and linebacker...also competed in track (shot put)...during SOPHOMORE season made 45 solo tackles, including 12 sacks...32 assisted tackles...as a JUNIOR made 68 tackles, with 50 primary stops...had 28 sacks...All-Rio Hondo League first team defensive end and second team offensive tackle...won league's shot put title...SENIOR year made 156 tackles, with 117 primary stops...two sacks...Rio Hondo League's defensive back of the year...All-West Gabriel Valley first team linebacker.

DeBOSE'S WSU CAREER

Freshman (1995-96): Redshirt season.

RS- Freshman (1996-97): Saw limited action as a linebacker...earned defensive scout team award for work week of USC...moved to tight end position during spring football (1997).

RS-Sophomore (1997-98): Saw reserve action at tight end in three games (Boise State, Southwestern Louisiana and the jayvee game).

RS-Junior (1998-99): Did not see any varsity action.

RS-Senior (1999-00): Will serve as a student assistant during senior year because of knee injury that has ended career.

PERSONAL

Myron C. DeBose...born 6-15-77 at Los Angeles, Calif...parents Mack and Oleria DeBose...four brothers, Marcus, Matthew, Michael and Laydell...enjoys reading, generally science fiction...plays chess and golf...also interested in anthropology...senior student of the month for both December and January...completed work on his sociology degree during the summer after finishing his internship.

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