Alex Atcavage, a 2020 graduate of Honesdale High School, now plays college football at Florida Atlantic.
Alex Atcavage was a standout football player at Honesdale High School for three years before transferring to IMG Academy.
There, he put together a stellar senior season which ended with an invitation to continue his playing career at Florida Atlantic University.
The son of Steve and Susie Atcavage, Alex accepted that offer and enrolled in the school, which is located in Boca Raton, Florida.
Atcavage entered the university’s prestigious pre-law program and began working hard both in the classroom and on the field. He earned an extra year of eligibility because of the pandemic, then added another via redshirt, which means that even though he’s academically a senior, he can still play two more seasons.
At 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds, Atcavage is an imposing presence on the Owls’ offensive line. He’s seen significant action during his tenure, playing both tackle spots, center and even tight end.
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Atcavage is currently positioned to be the starter at right tackle this coming fall. But there’s the possibility of moving inside since both guards will be lost to graduation.
He’s also a fixture on special teams and an emerging leader in the lockerroom. In recognition of his dedication and hard work, Atcavage was named Florida Atlantic’s offseason Player of the Week for the period ending January 31.
“Alex is our most versatile offensive lineman,” associate head coach Ed Warinner said. “He can play center, guard and either right or left tackle. Alex also returns as one of our most experienced linemen.”
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Publish date : 2024-02-06 09:15:05
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