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GET TO KNOW: Mason Halter, OT, Fordham University

NFL Draft Diamonds has teamed up with Joey Muia a very solid up and coming scout, to put together a series for our readers called Get to Know. What this series will do is allow you to be a featured on our site, whether you are a freshman or a senior in college. This is a series to help get players at any school gain exposure. We always strive to assist players that have the passion to make it to the next level. So we hope you enjoy our series called GET TO KNOW. Today’s Get to know series will focus on Mason Halter the massive offensive tackle from Fordham University, and we feel at NFL Draft Diamonds, you will want to know all about him

AKA: Big Mas


Grade You Started Football: 6th grade


High School: Cleveland St. Ignatius


Position/Positions: LT/RT


College: Fordham University


Position/Positions: LT


Jersey Number: 64


Football Mentor/Inspiration: Coach Chuck Kyle, he coached me all throughout high school and taught me important life lessons through football


Favorite Slogan: “It’s not whether you get knocked down; it’s whether you get up.”

Proudest Football Moment/Memory: Scoring a 2 point conversion on Cincinnati during my sophomore season.

Favorite Food: Sausage and Pepperoni Stromboli

Football Philosophy: “You can be anything you want to be, do anything you set out to accomplish if you hold to that desire with singleness of purpose.”

What are your Goals/Aspirations for the 2014-2015: For our team to win the Patriot League, and then go onto the playoffs and compete to win a National Championship

Favorite Football Team: Cleveland Browns

Who Will Win The Super Bowl: Cleveland Browns

Favorite Down Time: Call of Duty

What Would You Want College Football Fans To Know About You: My dog sampson is a state champion wiener dog racer, seriously look it up!

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