Douglas Spacht
Douglas  Spacht

Long Beach, Calif.

High School:
Long Beach Poly

Fresno State: Heads into fall camp listed as a reserve at center ... will work behind veterans Joe Bernardi and Richard Pacheco ... has all of the tools to be an excellent WAC lineman. (2008) Redshirted

High School: Four year letterman in football ... led team to CIF Championships in 2004 and 2007 ... during his high school career, set the school record with 200 pancake blocks for the elite Long Beach Poly football program that went 41-7 in his four years ... named team offensive Most Valuable Player in 2007 ... team captain in 2006 and 2007 ... also earned a varsity letter as top rated freshman wrestler in California (heavyweight).

Personal: Born April 7, 1990 to Douglas, Sr. and Joy Spacht ... has one brother (Darin) and two sisters (Aarin and Jalae) ... enjoys mixed martial arts, fishing and camping ... lists Rulon Gardner as favorite athlete for being the toughest man alive who won gold in the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and rebounded from being struck by a car while riding his motorcycle to win bronze in the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, just two weeks after the accident ... lists biggest athletic thrill as winning the CIF in 2007 ... most admires his dad Douglas, Sr. he works harder than anyone he's met for the sole purpose to give his family a better life ... also recruited by BYU, Florida State, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Oregon and Washington ... chose to attend Fresno State because of Head Coach Pat Hill, the coach's philosophy and the definition of Bulldog football.

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