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Zack Greenlee
Zack  Greenlee

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Stockton, Calif.

High School:
Lincoln HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 200

Position:
QB

Experience:
3rd


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Zack-Greenlee-Bio-2014
Last updated on July 14, 2014

2013 (Freshman): Redshirted.

High School: Was one of 25 of the nation's top quarterbacks to participate in the Elite 11 QB Camp in July 2012 and came out of the camp ranked No. 4 on the Elite 11 list ... earned MVP honors at the Las Vegas Elite 11 Regional ... was a 2012 Under Armour All-America selection and played in its All-America game ... threw for 1,953 yards with 22 touchdowns against only two interceptions as a senior when he led the Lincoln Trojans to an 8-4 record ... finished the season going 11-straight games without throwing an interception ... was the Offensive MVP of his conference as a senior and a first-team All-Area selection ... threw for 2,415 yards with 22 touchdowns and five interceptions as a junior when he was the team MVP, an All-Area selection and the All-League Back of the Year ... in 2010 as a sophomore he threw for 1,459 yards on 88-of-156 passing with 11 touchdowns and five interceptions to earn All-Area and All-League honorable mention accolades ... also ran track as a high school junior, posting a best time of 11.02 in the 100-meters ... was an honor roll student.

Personal: Born in Stockton, Calif. ... son of Cassandra and Jay Greenlee ... has one older brother, Jaycob ... lists Aaron Rodgers as his favorite athlete ... hobbies include golfing, playing video games and hanging out with friends ... majoring in mass communications and journalism.

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