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NMSU Football BIO
74 Joe Suder

2008 (Junior): Suder played in 10 games on the offensive line in 2008. He was the Aggies backup left tackle but started one game at right tackle late in the season. Suder 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). He helped the Aggies 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.

 

Arizona Western: Suder was Arizona Western’s top offensive lineman in 2007 as he was named to the 2007 first team NJCAA All-Region. He was just one of two Arizona Western players to earn that honor. Suder helped the Matadors rush for 1,361 yards, pass for 1,434 yards and average 279.4 yards a game of total offense. The Matadors also averaged 20.4 points per game. Suder blocked for quarterback Will Brogan, who threw for 1,265 yards in nine games and 10 touchdowns. He also earned academic all-American honors in 2007.

 

2005 (Freshman): Suder attended Duke University as a freshman.

 

High School: Suder was a two-year letterman at Bishop Manogue Catholic under coach Joe Cellers. He was listed as the eighth overall prospect in Nevada by Rivals.com. As a senior, he recorded 46 tackles, 13 sacks and eight fumble recoveries before suffering a season-ending injury in the eighth game of the year. Suder received first team all-conference, all-region and all-state honors for his efforts during his senior season. In his junior season, he picked up 56 tackles, 10 sacks and one interception as his team went 12-0 and captured the state championship. He also participated in skiing and track and field and guided the track and field team to back-to-back state titles in 2003 and 2004 while earning the state individual crown in the shot put both years. Suder was also a member of the National Honor Society.

 

Personal: Suder was born Nov. 26, 1986 and is the son of Joseph and Barbi Suder. He plans to major in management at New Mexico State.

 

Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 346
Year: Junior
City/State: Santa Rosa, Calif.
High School: Arizona Western
Experience: Transfer

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