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#76 Charlie Carmichael
Position: Offensive Tackle
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 295
Year: Sophomore
City/State: Sherman Oaks, Calif.
High School: Notre Dame HS
Experience: High School
  • Enters fall camp as the No. 2 left guard


PERSONAL —
Born Charles Philip Carmichael on Jan. 6, 1989 in St. Louis. Parents: Alton and Patricia Carmichael. Family: One brother, one sister. High School (Coach): Notre Dame (Kevin Rooney), 2007. Major: International Studies. Redshirt: 2007.

2009  — Injuries prevented him from making a bigger contribution . . . Stepped onto the field for games against California, Washington State and Washington, accumulating 13 snaps vs. the Cougars.

2008 — Squad member, worked primarily on the scout team.

2007 —
An injury in fall camp made the decision to redshirt the highly touted freshman automatic … Returned to full practice late in the season.

HIGH SCHOOL —
Concluded senior year ranked among best seven offensive linemen in California by SuperPrep after entering 2006 garnering pre-season All-America acclaim as one of nation’s top 20 in the trenches … Awarded four stars by Scout.com service in addition to receiving Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West votes … Labeled as an aggressive standout who has learned to utilize his hands and technique in order to gain an advantage over the opposition … Provided the cornerstone for a team that tied for 18th in the CIF Southern Section in scoring (445), averaging 37.1 points per game … The Serra League champions finished 2006 dropping a 31-21 decision to Long Beach Poly in the sectional playoffs, with the Knights ending the year ranked sixth in the state by Scout.com (12-2 record).

Alamo Bowl Champs
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