Skyhawk Football | Sam Curtis
|Hometown||South Fulton, Tenn.|
|Height/Weight||6-4 - 298 lbs.|
2013: Saw time in nine games on the offensive line, earning the starting nod in back-to-back games against Murray State on Nov. 2 and at Memphis on Nov. 9…Was part of an offensive line that led the OVC in least sacks allowed (19)...Helped block for an offense that produced 35 touchdowns and 397.1 yards of total offense per contest…Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
2012: Played in six games on the offensive line… Helped the Skyhawk offensive line allow just 12 sacks…Was part of an offensive unit that helped UT Martin rank in the top-25 nationally in passing offense (299.55 yards per game), scoring offense (33.55 points per game) and total offense (427.45 yards per game).
2011: Saw action in all 11 games for the Skyhawks, playing 26 downs on the season…Recorded two pancakes and allowed zero sacks… Key member of a Skyhawk offensive line that allowed five sacks on 793 total offensive plays…Skyhawk linemen enabled the offense to rank second in the OVC by averaging 34.6 points and 427.2 yards per game…Was named to the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
BEFORE UTM: Anchored both the offensive and defensive lines at South Fulton High School where he played for head coach Kelly Spivey...Was a three-year starter who played offensive tackle...Helped South Fulton rush for more than 210 yards per game and 5.8 yards per attempt...Played defensive end and was in on 51 tackles, including five sacks and four tackles for loss...Was a two-time all-district and all-region selection...Named Offensive Lineman of the Year in District 14A...Played extensively in the Tennessee East-West All Star Game...Also handled kicking and punting duties at South Fulton...Also played baseball for the Red Devils.
PERSONAL: Born on Nov. 7, 1991…Son of Kim Curtis…Majoring in communications.