2015 NFL DRAFT

Sean Hooey, OT

School: Cincinnati  |  Conference: BIGE
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Litchfield, MI
Height/Weight: 6-8 / 302 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
87761-
2009 Season
Appeared in four games as a reserve offensive lineman role ... saw action at Rutgers, against Southeast Missouri State, at Miami (OH), and against Louisville ... behind the offensive line, the Bearcats had an individual top the 100-yard plateau in eight out of 13 games overall ... UC topped 200-yards rushing on three occasions and set school records for points and touchdowns.
High School
A letterwinner as a tight end and defensive lineman at Hillsdale High School, after spending three years at Litchfield ... chosen to the all-Southern Michigan Activities Association fi rst-team in 2007 ... helped the Hornets win the SMAA South title and qualify for the state playoffs ... collected 55 tackles, including 17 for loss, and 10 sacks on his way to Jackson Citizen Patriot All-Area Dream Team and Detroit Free Press first-team plaudits ... received Associated Press Honorable Mention All-State recognition ... invited to play in the 2008 Michigan East-West All-Star Game ... one of eight defensive linemen invited to the Great 8 Football Awards by the Mid-Michigan Touchdown Club ... coached by Marc Lemerand.
Injury Report
2011: Limited to seven games, including six starts, due to an ankle injury.
Personal
Sean Timothy Hooey: Born July 26, 1990 ... son of Tim Hooey and Nancy Moore ... father played linebacker at Western Kentucky and Montclair State.

Academic Major: Pre-Business Administration.

 
 
Latest News
06/25/2012 - Top-five Cincinnati prospects for the 2013 NFL Draft: 3. OT Sean Hooey (6-8, 298)...With his incredible size, long arms and surprising athleticism Hooey boasts many of the physical traits that every NFL scouts is looking for in a developmental prospect. Unfortunately, Hooey has struggled to maintain a starting role for the Bearcats, likely due to the fact that he's been a bit injury prone. Hooey was expected to emerge as a bright spot for Cincinnati at right tackle a season ago but after initially playing well there, he suffered an ankle injury that ended his season prematurely. Jones and his staff moved Hooey to the all-important left tackle position during the spring. Should he have the breakout campaign that many close to the program believe he could, Hooey will draw looks from scouts as there is no denying his potential. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com

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