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Tony Plantin

Offensive Lineman/Defensive Lineman

AFL Experience: Rookie
Height: 6-5
Weight: 300
Date of Birth: 2/3/76
College: Clemson


1999: Did not play with the Storm in the preseason; he was signed on April 19, the day the roster was cut down to 24 players...Deactive for the Storm's first three games, against Albany (4/24), at Milwaukee (4/29) and against Florida (5/15).

College: Played at defensive end for Clemson from 1994 to 1997... Came off the bench and saw primarily spot duty during his first two seasons....In 1996, his junior year, he started four games, played in all 12, and saw action on approximately 40 percent of the defensive plays...Posted 26 tackles, including 17 solo stops...Also had 1.5 sacks, five quarterback pressures, one forced fumble and one fumble return, a 15-yarder...Had his best game of the season against Maryland, recording three tackles, one tackle for loss and half a sack...Had his only full sack of his junior year against Furman...Had his best season in his senior campaign, helping the Tigers qualify for the Peach Bowl...Was a vital cog in the nation's sixth-ranked rushing defense; the Tigers yielded just 88.2 rushing yards per game in 1997...Recorded 52 total tackles, two sacks and ten tackles for losses...Had a career-high eight tackles against Maryland...Notched seven tackles against arch-rival South Carolina...Posted two tackles for losses against North Carolina State.

AFL Statistics



Date  Opponent    TKL   AST   SKS   YDS FF-FR   INT   YDS  TD
4/24  Albany                                         DEACTIVE
4/29  Milwaukee                                      DEACTIVE
5/15  Florida                                        DEACTIVE
SEASON TOTALS       -     -     -     -     -     -     -   -



Year  Team        TKL   AST   SKS   YDS FF-FR   INT   YDS  TD
1999  Tampa Bay     -     -     -     -     -     -     -   -
CAREER TOTALS       -     -     -     -     -     -     -   -

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