Pittsburgh vs. Utah - Oct. 15, 2011
2011 Scouting Report: Experienced and versatile down lineman who will compete for time at defensive end...has also played tackle during his career.
2010: Played in 10 games, making one start...starting assignment came in the BBVA Compass Bowl vs. Kentucky...had 11 tackles on the year...had a career-high four tackles against FIU...had three stops and his first career sack vs. Kentucky.
2009: Played in two games (USF and Syracuse).
2008: Earned increased playing time as a reserve defensive end behind Jabaal Sheard...played in five games to letter...had one tackle vs. West Virginia.
2007: Originally a 2006 signee, Hargrove deferred enrollment until January '07 due to his recovery from a head injury sustained during his senior season in high school...participated in spring drills and went on to redshirt as a true freshman.
High School: Played in just one full game as a high school senior (2005) due to injury...had 13 tackles and a sack in less than two full contests played at Baldwin High...played diverse roles during his high school career, including linebacker, defensive back, tailback and fullback...as a junior tailback rushed for 186 yards against Mt. Lebanon and 106 against Central Catholic...rated the nation's No. 29 weakside defensive end prospect and Pennsylvania's No. 25 overall prospect by Rivals.com...played under Coach Mike Silianoff...also lettered in baseball...a math league participant at Baldwin.
Personal: Justin Lee Hargrove, born 1/29/88, is the son of Mary Ellen Skop and Richard Hargrove...father was a track athlete at California University of Pa....has two cousins who played college football, Tim Brown (West Virginia) and Jim Brown (Kentucky)...earned his degree in administration of justice this past April...is pursuing a second degree in social sciences.
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