- Bobby Carpenter
- United States
- Lancaster, OH
- High School
- Current Team
- Ohio State
Major: Business (2003)
2003 Media Guide: Bobby Carpenter is a talented young athlete with the ability to make a significant impact both as a linebacker and a member of the special teams … one of ten true freshman to see playing time last season … finished the 2002 campaign and will go into this season as the backup to senior Robert Reynolds … intelligent player who does everything well … is an outstanding hitter … has a thorough understanding of the game, thanks in large part to the influence of his father, Rob, who played in the NFL and served as Bobby’s high school coach at nearby Lancaster … has a bright future.
2002 Season: Recorded 12 tackles as a rookie, including eight solo stops … played in all 14 games … began his collegiate career by making a tackle on the opening kickoff of the season opener against Texas Tech … five tackles against Kent State was his top effort.
2002 Media Guide: One of the most sought-after linebacker prospects in the Midwest … won first-team All-Ohio honors from the Associated Press as a senior … finished his senior season with
128 total tackles, including 12 tackles-for-loss … regarded as a playmaker and hitter throughout his high school career … combines size, speed and athletic ability with a thorough understanding of the game … rated by Rivals.com as the 13th-best outside linebacker in the country … his father, Rob, played for Miami of Ohio as well as in the NFL and now is the head football coach at Lancaster … parents are Rob and Susie Carpenter … born Aug. 1, 1983.
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