The Clemmons, NC native started three seasons at defensive tackle during his days in Blue and White (1996 - 99) . When you play alongside Courtney Brown and LaVar Arrington, you don't get a ton of attention. But Fleischhauer was stout in the middle of the line, playing a key role on some very good defensive squads, before signing a free agent contract with the Bengals after his time in Happy Valley.
Rogers Alexander happened to wear #95 as well, from 1982 - 1985. Playing for two national titles in four years? Not too shabby. The DeMatha (DC) product was, in all likelihood, an All-American linebacker, though I can't find the proof of that using my google machine. Nevertheless, he was awesome, but was selected 105th overall by the NY Jets (lol) in the 1986 draft. That's the Richard Todd / Ken O'Brien J-E-T-S Jest, Jest, Jest. Sometimes life ain't fair.
Sophomore Carl Nassib, a 6' 6", 239lb defensive end from Malvern Prep, tries to carry on the tradition of #95 at Dear Old State.
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