NMSU Football BIO
59 David Norman

2008 (Junior): Norman played in all 12 games for the Aggies on the offensive line and at tight end. As an offensive lineman, Norman helped the Aggie offense rank ninth in the nation in passing offense, averaging 301.3 yards in the air per game and 64th in total offense, averaging 355.6 yards a contest. He started five games for NM State; four as a tight end and one as an offensive lineman. Norman was a vital part of helping quarterback Chase Holbrook throw for 280 yards a game and rank No. 27 in the country in total offense. The Aggie offense averaged 22.2 points per game, recorded three games with over 100 yards rushing and seven games with over 300 yards passing, including a 486-yard performance against Louisiana Tech (11/22).


San Diego Mesa College: Norman was a starter on the offensive line for San Diego Mesa College in 2006 and 2007. He was named the team’s top freshman of the year in 2006 while also earning All-Foothill Conference honors. Norman then earned the team’s top offensive lineman Award in 2007, while grabbing his second All-Foothill Conference award.


High School: Norman was a four-year starter on the offensive line for Poway High School in Poway, Calif. He helped his team to a first-place finish in district in 2005. He was named a first team All-Palomar League selection in 2005 as well as a team captain. As a senior, he played defensive line as well, recording two sacks while not allowing a sack on the offensive line.


Personal: Norman is the son of Mike and Joyce Norman. He plans on majoring in mathematics.


Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 300
Year: Junior
City/State: Poway, Calif.
High School: San Diego Mesa JC
Experience: Transfer

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