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Fred Zerblis
Fred  Zerblis

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Grayson, Ga.

High School:
Grayson

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 305

Position:
OL

Experience:
3L

Major:
Communication Studies and History


07/26/2016

Hunt, Zerblis earn spots on Preseason All-Mountain West Football Team

Rams picked to finish 4th in Mountain Division

07/08/2016

Zerblis named to Outland Trophy Watch List

Senior RG among nation’s most outstanding interior linemen

12/01/2015

Higgins earns 1st-team All-Mountain West honors

9 Rams recognized by conference

08/10/2015

CSU Fall Camp Notebook: Day 4

Rams eager to don full pads

06/09/2015

13 Rams named to Athlon Sports' preseason All-MW teams

Gaines, Higgins, Zerblis headline first team

02/01/2012

2012 Signing Class Highlights

2012 Signing Class Highlights; 24 players

08/11/2016

CSU Football Fall Camp - Scrimmage #1

CSU Football Fall Camp - Scrimmage #1 - 8/11/16 [Photos by Don Reichert]

08/08/2016

CSU Football Fall Camp - Practice #5

CSU Football Fall Camp - Practice #5 - 8/8/16 [Photos by Don Reichert]

08/04/2016

CSU Football Fall Camp - Practice #1

CSU football began its fall camp on Thursday, holding its first of 19 practices - 8/4/16

04/23/2016

Green and Gold Spring Game

2016 CSU Green and Gold Spring Game - 4/23/16 [Photos by Don Reichert]

04/09/2016

CSU Football Spring Scrimmage

CSU football spring scrimmage

2016 (Senior): Named to the Preseason All-Mountain West Team by vote of media... Has started all three games at right guard... starter on an offensive line that has allowed just four sacks on the season, a number which ranks 29th in the country amongst FBS teams that have played three games.
  • Helped block the way for 569 total yards of total offense, including 245 on the ground, in a 47-21 win over UNC (Sept. 17)
2015 (Junior): Named second team All-Mountain West by vote of media and coaches... Started all 13 games on the offensive line, appearing at both center and left guard... Helped block for an offense that ranked third in the Mountain West with 417.0 yards per game, and was among the nation’s leaders for tackles for loss allowed (4.62 per game; 11th), sacks allowed (1.17 per game; 22nd), third-down conversions (46.0 percent, 20th), fourth-down conversions (58.8 percent, 36th), first downs (23.15 per game, 33rd) and red-zone offense (87 percent, 44th).
  • Phil Steele All-Mountain West first team.
  • All-National Football Foundation Colorado Chapter second team.
  • Helped block for a season-high 598 yards of total offense, including 217 on the ground, in a 65-13 win over Savannah State (9/5).
  • Made way for a season-high 325 rushing yards in a win over UNLV (11/14).
  • Blocked for quarterback Nick Stevens' career-high 310 yard performance in the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl vs. Nevada (12/29).
2014 (Sophomore): Voted honorable mention All-Mountain West by vote of coaches and media... Started all 13 games at right guard... Helped lead the Rams to their best record (10-3) since 2000... Helped block for a 4,000-yard passer (Grayson - 4,006) and 1,200-yard rusher (Hart - 1,275)... The Rams topped the 500-yard mark five times, including twice surpassing the 670-yard mark... The CSU offense broke several single-season school records: offensive yards (6,252), total yards per game (480.92), passing yards (4,181), passing yards/attempt (9.35) and passing touchdowns (34).
  • Graded out above 85 percent in each game, recording more than 60 knockdown blocks.
  • Made first career start in season-opening win over Colorado (8/29)... Helped pave the way for 266 yards of rushing offense, the most rushing yards ever by CSU in the Rocky Mountain Showdown.
  • Was instrumental in helping the Rams rack up a CSU single-game record 698 yards of total offense vs. New Mexico (11/22) and 676 yards of total offense against UC Davis (9/13), the third-most in CSU history.
  • The Rams did not allow a sack against Hawai’i (11/8).
  • CSU's offense converted51.2-percent of third-down attempts, the fifth-best among FBS teams and well ahead of previous school record of 46.3 (1985).
  • The Rams averaged 480.9 yards of total offense per game,which broke the single-season school record (470.8 in 2013).
2013 (Freshman): Saw action in four games, backing up first-team All-Mountain West center Weston Richburg, who was drafted 43rd overall by the New York Giants in the 2014 NFL Draft.
  • Saw action in his first collegiate game against Wyoming, a 52-22 victory over the Cowboys.
  • Appeared in three other games for the Rams (vs. Nevada, at New Mexico and vs. Air Force).
2012 (Redshirt): Redshirted during his first collegiate season.

High School:
  • Is a 2012 graduate of Grayson High School, just east of Atlanta, Ga.
  • Started the final 29 games of his career and did not allow a sack as the center on one of the nation’s best teams.
  • Earned All-Georgia and all-county awards during both seasons as an offensive lineman.
  • Played nose guard in a 3-4 defense as sophomore, before finding his niche on the other side of the ball.
  • Helped the 15-0 Rams, who wore gold helmets with green horns, to the 2011 Georgia Class 5A state championship as a senior.
  • Was a senior captain and the top offensive lineman on a team that ranked No. 4 in the final USA Today Super 25, MaxPreps.com Xcellent 25 and ESPN.com Gatorade Fab 50 rankings, and No. 6 in the Rivals.com High School BCS.
  • Earned first-team all-state and first-team all-county honors in 2011, and an invitation to the county all-star game.
  • Also was invited to the Georgia North-South All-Star Game in Columbus.
  • As a junior in 2010, started all 14 games at center in his first season at the position, helping the Rams to a 10-4 mark and a berth in the state semifinals… Did not allow a sack.
  • Saw increased late-season playing time, including occasional starts, on one of the state’s top defenses as a sophomore nose guard in 2009, when Grayson finished 12-1 and lost in the state semifinals.
  • Also lettered twice in track & field, specializing in the throwing events, and one year in wrestling.
  • Head football coach was Mickey Conn.
Personal: Born Feb. 24, 1993 in Grayson, Ga. ... Parents are Tony and Kari Zerblis... Has an older sister, Rachel... Dad’s cousin is Chris Gardocki, an All-Pro punter who spent 16 years in the NFL with the Bears, Browns, Colts and Steelers, where he won a Super Bowl ring... Double majoring in communication studies and history.
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