UCF Adds Junior College Offensive Lineman

UCF Head Football Coach Mike Kruczek

ORLANDO--UCF Head Football Coach Mike Kruczek announced Friday an addition to the 2003 recruiting class with the signing of offensive lineman Adam Toeniskoetter from De Anza Community College in California.

The 6-5, 295 pound lineman played offensive tackle last season at De Anza, but is projected to play guard for the Golden Knights. He is the fourth offensive lineman recruited by the Knights, who are looking to replace three starters across the offensive front. Toeniskoetter is also the second offensive line recruit in two years from De Anza, as former teammate and current UCF player David Ashkinaz also played for the Lumberjacks. Ashkinaz, who plays left guard, is the only returning offensive lineman to start in all 12 games for the Knights last season.
Toeniskoetter is the second junior college player to be inked by UCF following the traditional signing period, as the Knights have also added punter Scott Sevin to their roster.   
Sevin kicked for Kilgore College in Texas last season and finished No. 2 in the Southwest Junior College Conference with a 40.7-yard average. UCF is looking to fill the void left with the graduation of Ryan Flinn. Last season Flinn finished with a 41.8-yard average and was named a Second-Team All-MAC selection.


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