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#90 Eddie Goldman
Position: Defensive Tackle
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 320
Year: Junior
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
High School: Friendship Collegiate Academy
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2014 Outlook: Prime candidate to wreak havoc at one of the defensive tackle spots. Contributed greatly to one of the nation’s most dominant defenses in 2013. Reactive player who can put pressure on the quarterback. Living up to his billing as a five-star recruit out of the Washington D.C. area.

2013: Starting defensive end made major strides in his second season and earned more playing time as a result...made 13 starts...set career-highs for tackles (19), TFL (3.0) and sacks (2.0)...made his first career start at Pitt on Sept. 2...had two tackles versus Nevada on Sept. day at Boston College, setting new highs in tackles (4) and tackles for loss (1.5) while recording his first career sack...recorded three tackles and 0.5 sacks against Syracuse...assisted on a sack against Idaho…had three tackles and a half-tackle for loss in the BCS National Championship Game…helped FSU have nation’s No. 1 scoring defense (12.1 ppg), third-ranked total defense (281.4 ypg) and 18th-best run defense (124.8).

2012: True freshman that appeared in 10 games...had his best statistical day in a win over Wake Forest where he recorded a career-best three tackles and a tackle for loss...saw action versus Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship Game recording a tackle.

PERSONAL: Consensus five-star defensive tackle and a force in the interior of the line...has good size and the ability to fire off on the snap, get into the backfield and be disruptive... comes off the ball low, plays with leverage and shows the quickness to chase down a player in the backfield having been clocked around a 4.8 in the 40...Under Armour All-American...USA Today 2011 All-USA Second Team All-American...ESPNHS Second Team All-American...2012 Parade All-American and’s 2011 High School First Team All-American...racked up 38 tackles, 23 tackles for loss, 15 sacks and five forced fumbles while helping Friendship Collegiate to a 9-1 record...earned first team All-Met by the Washington Post as a senior offensive lineman grading out at 90 percent but was always projected as a defensive player at the next level...No. 10 player on the ESPNU 150 and No. 1 defensive tackle, No. 2 player in the region and No. 1 player in D.C. by ESPN...ranked the No. 7 prospect nationally by Rivals and No. 1 player in D.C. and No. 2 defensive tackle...No. 17 on Tom Lemming’s MaxPreps Top 100...Scout ranks him as the No. 4 defensive tackle...No. 1 player in D.C., No. 3 defensive tackle and No. 14 on the Top 247 list by 247Sports...tallied 40 tackles, six sacks, one interception and one fumble recovery as a junior...selected FSU over Alabama and Auburn.

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