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#77 Sean Harlow
Position: Offensive Line
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 298
Year: Junior
Hometown: San Clemente, Calif.
High School: San Clemente HS
Experience: 2 Letters
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Sean Harlow Biography
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 07/15/2013
OVERVIEW
  • Is established as the returning starter at left tackle heading into fall camp
  • 21 career starts
  • Preseason Pac-12 Third Team selection by Phil Steele
2014 (SOPHOMORE)
  • One of two players on the offensive line to start all 12 games
  • Started the first five games of the year at right tackle before switching to left tackle for the final seven games
  • Practiced at all five positions during Spring Ball and displayed the versatility to be effective at all of them
2013 (FRESHMAN)
  • Enrolled at Oregon State in March of 2013, what would normally have been his final term of high school
  • Participated in the spring practice session
  • Began fall practice as a backup at offensive tackle
  • Forced into action in the fourth game of the season at San Diego State due to injury and started the final nine games of the season at right tackle
SAN CLEMENTE HIGH SCHOOL
  • Rivals ranked him No. 47 on its national offensive tackles list and the No. 59 overall prospect in California
  • ESPN and 247Sports also ranked him among the top 50 tackles
  • Highly recruited with 17 scholarship offers
  • CalHi Sports first team all-state
  • Played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl
  • All-CIF, all-county and All-South Coast League selection as a junior and senior
  • PrepStar All-West Region
  • Scout West 150 member
  • Also played as a defensive lineman
PERSONAL
  • Born March 28, 1995
  • Son of Pat and Jennifer Harlow
  • Has two brothers, Cole and Jack
  • Father, Pat, was an All-American offensive tackle, Pac-10 Morris Trophy recipient and four-year letterman at USC (1987-90) – was the No. 11 overall selection in the 1991 NFL Draft by New England and played for the Patriots (1991-95) and Oakland Raiders (1996-98)
  • Majoring in human development and family sciences