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Name: DeMarvin Leal 
College: Texas AM     Number: 8
Height: 6-3   Weight: 290
Position: DT  Pos2: DE
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2023

40 Low: 4.78
   40 Time: 4.89
  40 High: 5.00
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Height: 6031
Weight: 290

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: PNagurski/PBednarik...2020: NAC

 DeMarvin Leal, Texas AM, Player News

  07/23/21 - DT DeMarvin LealJr/2023, Texas AM, 6-3, 290 (DS#1 DT) + More +

  Texas A&M's DeMarvin Leal was named to the Chuck Bednarik Award Preseason Watchlist, the Maxwell Football Club announced Monday. The award has been presented to the College Defensive Player of the Year since 1995 and the watchlist is made of 90 candidates on defense. Leal ranked fifth on the team with 37 tackles and led the defense with eight quarterback hurries. - Bryan/College Station Eagle

(DS#1 DT) Jr/2023 DT DeMarvin LealTexas AM
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  04/10/21 - DT DeMarvin LealJr/2023, Texas AM, 6-3, 290 (DS#1 DT) + More +

  Texas A&M defensive lineman DeMarvin Leal is not motivated because he didn't win any postseason honors. His focus is on playing for a defense that turns heads. "Beyond the sky," is the ceiling Leal puts on the potential for A&M's defense in 2021. The unit returns nine starters after allowing only 317.3 yards per game to rank ninth in the country. Leal was a big reason A&M improved 20 spots in the national rankings last season. He had 37 tackles to lead the team's linemen. He had seven tackles for loss and eight quarterback pressures, twice as many as anyone else on the team. The 6-foot-4, 290-pounder is a tough matchup because he can play tackle or end. "I feel very comfortable at playing both positions," Leal said Tuesday on a Zoom conference. "We have our packages, and certain packages require me to be in the inside. We've been working on every single thing honestly, so it's been good, and I've loved it, since I first started playing in and out."

Teams started to pay extra attention to Leal last season, a trend he's hopeful continues. "Of course, I would love it," he said. "Being that person that [opponents say], 'Oh, watch out for him. You gotta make sure you're on. You're working every single play'...because I promise you, I'm going to bring it every single play." Leal had a career-high seven tackles in three different games last season, including the 41-27 victory over North Carolina in the Orange Bowl. "The guy's talented," A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher said late last season. "Inside, outside, pass-rush, play the run...he is a talented, talented young football player, and he's only getting better and better." - Bryan/College Station Eagle


(DS#1 DT) Jr/2023 DT DeMarvin LealTexas AM
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  11/30/20 - DT DeMarvin LealJr/2023, Texas AM, 6-3, 290 (DS#1 DT) + More +

  NOV 30 SEC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: DeMarvin Leal, DL/DE, Texas A&M ,...Leal played both defensive tackle and defensive end against LSU and recorded seven tackles on the night, one tackle for loss of one yard and was credited with two quarterback hurries into incompletions...Coach Fisher mentioned the number of times he moved the quarterback off of his mark with his pass rush while holding the edge on the running game...The Aggie defense limited LSU to 36 net rushing yards and 267 yards of total offense with 81 yards coming on the Tigers' final drive. - SEC Football

(DS#1 DT) Jr/2023 DT DeMarvin LealTexas AM
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  10/20/20 - DT DeMarvin LealJr/2023, Texas AM, 6-3, 290 (DS#1 DT) + More +

  Texas A&M's first win at Davis Wade Stadium since 2012 started and ended with the defensive line Saturday. The Aggie defensive front recorded six sacks, forced a fumble and brought pressure that resulted in an interception in the 28-14 win. Defensive coordinator Mike Elko dialed up a three-man rush on most plays, leaving eight players to drop into coverage against Mississippi State's passing attack. With junior defensive tackle Bobby Brown out, Jayden Peevy anchored the middle of a three-man front, next to a rotating medley of ends. Defensive end DeMarvin Leal had the biggest impact on the Bulldog passing game, recording a sack, a tackle for loss and three quarterback hurries in the game. - Bryan/College Station Eagle

(DS#1 DT) Jr/2023 DT DeMarvin LealTexas AM
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