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Victor Gill
Victor  Gill
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Argyle, TX

High School:
Argyle HS

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 235

Position:
Offensive Line


2010
Started all 12 games at left tackle ... Part of an offensive line which helped North Texas have the 19th-ranked rushing offense in the nation ... Blocked for running back Lance Dunbar, who ran for 1,553 yards, which ranked 8th in the NCAA, second in the Sun Belt, and was the third most in a single-season at North Texas

2009
Had the offensive line's best overall grade for the season, grading out at nearly 90 percent ... Led the unit with 44 knock-down blocks, playing in just 10 of 12 games ... Started every game except Alabama and Middle Tennessee, which he missed with an injury ... Was only offensive lineman to grade out over 90 percent three different times during the season ... Leader of an offensive line that was one of only two in the nation (along with Boise State) to rank in the top 12 nationally in sacks allowed as well as the top 30 in rushing offense and top 51 in passing offense ... His unit helped the team lead the Sun Belt in rushing average (185.2) and sacks allowed (12) ... The offensive line ranked fifth in the nation in number of passes attempted per sacks allowed at 34.4 ... Was critical in the blocking for the Sun Belt's second-leading rusher Lance Dunbar who had the fourth-best rushing performance in school history and ranked 15th in the nation.

2008
Started all 12 games at tackle ... Helped pass protect for an offense that averaged 235.7 yards a game through the air and nearly 3,000 passing yards ... Made the transition from tight end during the '08 season.

2007
Saw action in 11 games.

2006
Was a redshirt.

High School/Personal
Named to All-District 13-2A First Team in 2005 after helping lead the Eagles to the school's first state-title game appearance ... Named to Team Texas second team by TexasHSfootball.com ... Recorded 66 catches for 862 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior ... Earned two varsity letters in football and four varsity letters in basketball

North Texas Mean Green