In 2012, Mady was an honorable-mention All-Missouri Valley Football Conference selection. He started all 11 games at left guard for the Penguins and started all 22 games of his career at the position. YSU led the MVFC in total offense for all games averaging 385.6 per contest. The offensive line surrendered just eight sacks for the entire season, a school record for fewest sacks allowed in a campaign. The Guins averaged 198.8 yards passing and 186.8 yards per contest.
Started all 11 games at left guard in first year with the program...played 729 snaps for the season...did not allow a sack on any quarterback pressures for the year...member of an offensive line that averaged a school-record 36.2 points per game and had a school-best 458.6 total offensive yards per game...exceptional balance with 231.1 rushing and 227.5 passing...YSU's offense scored 53 touchdowns for the season...helped protect first-team all-conference quarterback Kurt Hess and pave the way for first-team All-MVFC running back Jamaine Cook...named team's Offensive Lineman of the Game in win at Southern Illinois...earned his first letter.
Played center on offense and was a defensive tackle...as a senior, was a first-team All-Centennial League selection as a center...as a junior was a second-team All-Centennial League pick as a center...was also a all-city selection...coach was Walt Alexander...also played basketball.
Mother is Lashawn Mady...has a sister...birthday is Dec. 13...major is sociology...recipient of the 2012-13 Sloko Gill Scholarship.