CAREER: Saw action in 24 career games with two starts...Also saw action in the 2002 Orange Bowl...Was involved in 275 plays...Left the team in the spring of 2003.
2002: Saw action in all 13 games at fullback for 116 plays...Heavily used as the lead blocking back on short yardage touchdown runs...Saw action on at least seven plays in eight games this season (vs. UAB, Ohio, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ole Miss, Auburn, Georgia, and Vanderbilt)...Played a season-high 32 plays vs. Kentucky...
2001: A walk-on who emerged at the fullback position after several other players suffered injuries...Battled Rob Roberts for the top role at fullback throughout the year...Played in all 11 regular season games, with two starts (Marshall and UL-Monroe), for 159 plays ands also saw action in the Orange Bowl...One catch for nine yards (versus LSU)...
2000: A walk-on who worked with the scout team at fullback and was redshirted...
PREP: Played both fullback and linebacker for Hillsborough High School...High school coach was Earl Garcia...
PERSONAL: Born Ray Michael Snell, Jr. on April 12, 1981 in Tampa, Florida...The son of former Tampa Bay Buccaneer guard Ray Snell...Brother, Shannon, is a offensive guard on the Gator squad... Father, Ray, was a first round selection in the 1980 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after an All-America career as a offensive lineman at Wisconsin...Hobbies include weight lifting and playing video games...Parents: Ray and Gail Snell...
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Receiving Yards: 9 (LSU, 2001)
Receptions: 1 (LSU, 2001)
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