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Name: Steve Avila 
College: Texas Christian     Number: 79
Height: 6-3   Weight: 314
Position: C  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 5.25
   40 Time: 5.35
  40 High: 5.44
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Height: 6026
Weight: 314

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: HMC

 Steve Avila, Texas Christian, Player News


  TCU coach Gary Patterson offered big-time praise for center Steve Avila this week. "I think Steve Avila is going to be one of the best centers in the country, if not the best," Patterson said. "He's a really good player. He's 330 pounds and can really move side to side. I've been very impressed with him [this spring]." Avila is coming off a standout sophomore season in which he showed his versatility. He started nine games at three different positions (six at center, two at right tackle and one at right guard) and held his own. Avila was named to the Rimington Trophy watch list, which is given to the nation's top center every year, and was named honorable mention All-Big 12. It hasn't been an easy road for Avila, though.

Avila stepped on campus having never snapped the ball as a four-star prospect out of South Grand Prairie. He played left tackle in high school and spent his redshirt freshman season at TCU playing tackle on the scout team in 2018. Then he moved inside, playing guard and center, in 2019. He was the team's backup center for the 2019 season before moving into a starting role in 2020. Asked about his transition from tackle to center last season, Avila said: "I really had to learn how to snap the ball. I never snapped the ball until I got here. It was a learning process. I messed up a lot, but I learned a lot as well. That's how I got to where I am today." - Fort Worth Star


(DS#12 C) rJr/2023 C Steve AvilaTexas Christian
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  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: Steve Avila (OL),...Named honorable mention were Coleman, Washington, offensive lineman Steve Avila, wide receiver Taye Barber, defensive tackle Terrell Cooper, return specialist Derius Davis, wide receiver Quentin Johnston, offensive tackle T.J. Storment and safety La'Kendrick Van Zandt. Avila has started at three different positions (center, right guard, right tackle) on the offensive line. - TCU Football

(DS#12 C) rJr/2023 C Steve AvilaTexas Christian
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