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Alexander Ogletree, FB

School: Georgia  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Newnan, GA
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Ogletree is a bit undersized for the position at just 5-feet-10. To emerge as a legitimate NFL prospect, he'll need to win the starting position in 2013 and prove capable as a lead blocker who can provide versatility out of the backfield.

Player Overview

Alexander is two minutes older than his fraternal twin, Alec, a star linebacker for the Bulldogs who entered the 2013 NFL Draft.

Nicknamed "Zander" by his teammates, Alexander Ogletree has long been overshadowed by his younger brother on the field. He has put on about 20 pounds since arriving in Athens, but entering the 2013 season has been unable to wrest the starting job.

Alexander was a late addition to Georgia's 2010 recruiting class. He appeared headed for Florida State, but jumped at the chance to join his sibling when Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt called with a scholarship offer shortly after the Ogletree's played their final high school game.

After appearing in 26 games with three starts over his first two seasons, Alexander struggled as a junior in 2012. He appeared in eight games, rushing three times for 14 yards, and missed five games for an undisclosed reason.

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02/27/2013 - The career of Georgila fullback Alexander "Zander" Ogletree has ended. The rising senior from Newnan, probably best known for being the twin brother of all-star linebacker Alec Ogletree, is stepping away "due to medical reasons," according to a news release from UGA on Wednesday. Ogletree will remain on athletic scholarship, continue to attend classes and is on track to graduate, the school said. No other information was provided about the nature of Ogletree's medical issues, which are federally protected under the HIPAA Act. Ogletree, was listed as the No. 1 fullback the last third of the season, played in eight games last year with two starts. He finishes his college career with 37 yards rushing on seven carries and a touchdown. He scored against Ole Miss this past season. - Chip Towers, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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