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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 07-24-20 - Announced Early Entry into 2021 NFL Draft...Started 11 gms at RT in '19. Announced transfer from Florida Atlantic to Florida A&M on Aug 13 '19. Announced transfer from Auburn on Feb 11 '19. Backup in '18. Redshirted in '17. Signed w/Auburn out of HS. 4-star recruit in HS.

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  Calvin Ashley's college career is over. The former Auburn offensive lineman, who transferred to Florida A&M last year, announced Friday that he's going to enter the 2021 NFL draft. The news from Ashley came one week after the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference announced that its fall sports will be suspended indefinitely. The former five-star recruit was set to be a redshirt junior this season. Ashley, who only recorded one start during his two years at Auburn, was the starting right tackle for Florida A&M's 2019 team that finished the year 9-2. - Birmingham News

(DS#17 OT) rJr/2021 OT *Calvin AshleyFlorida AM
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  Calvin Ashley made headlines last year when he transferred from Auburn to Florida A&M. Now the offensive tackle is planning to forego his senior season at FAMU and declare for the 2021 NFL Draft. Ashley took to Twitter his decision to move on from Florida A&M after his lone season in Tallahassee. The 6’7, 335 pound offensive lineman quoted scripture and explained his decision. In a lot of ways, COVID-19 made the decision for him. The MEAC, along with the other three NCAA HBCU conferences, announced it will not compete in football this fall. Spring is a possibility, but the NFL Draft process will be in full swing by that time. - HBCU Gameday

(DS#17 OT) rJr/2021 OT *Calvin AshleyFlorida AM
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