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USF Football Player Profile: #20 S Devin Abraham

Career profile of USF safety Devin Abraham.

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#20 S Devin Abraham - Senior, 5’9”, 189 lbs.

2016 Stats: A broken thumb in the middle of the season limited Devin to only nine games. He started six, and recorded a total of 35 tackles. Ten of those tackles were against FSU. His only interception of the season was against South Carolina in the Birmingham Bowl.

2015 Stats: Devin started all 13 games at free safety. He recorded 51 tackles, intercepted three passes, broke up three passes, recovered a fumble, and made one sack and two TFL. He set up USF’s first touchdown at Maryland with a 42-yard interception return, and picked off passes against Cincinnati and C.

2014 Stats: Abraham played right away as a true freshman, starting the first three games of his college career. He ended up playing in all 12 games, with six starts. Devin had 34 tackles, a pass breakup, and a forced fumble against Maryland.

How He Came To USF: Devin played at East Lake High School in Tarpon Springs, where he put up some outrageous statistics. Abraham had a total of 331 tackles, 16 interceptions, and ten touchdowns for the Eagles. He made cameos on offense, and he blocked eight kicks his senior year as East Lake reached the Class 7A state semifinals. He was named to the Class 7A all-state first team and enrolled at USF in January 2014.

Recruiting Rankings: 247 only gave Devin two stars, but everyone else (Rivals, Scout, ESPN) gave him three.

Follow Him On... Devin’s Twitter feed has moved to @IcemanJr20. His Instagram is at devinabraham20.