2006 Scouting Report: Will vie for time at left guard... also owns experience at offensive tackle, a position he played for most of last season serving as a reserve... missed the spring due to offseason left knee surgery... expected to be fully recovered for fall training camp.
2005: Began the season at left guard before moving to right tackle to address depth concerns at that position in early October...played in two games (Youngstown State and Cincinnati).
2004: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Named to The Associated Press All-Pennsylvania Class AAA Team (second team)...three-year two-way starter at Upper Merion High...first team All-Suburban I Freedom Division at offensive and defensive tackle...first team All-Southeastern Pennsylvania, all-area and Philadelphia Inquirer All-City at offensive tackle...Norristown Football Officials 2003 Sportsman of the Year...led Upper Merion to a three-year mark of 28-8 (.778) and the PIAA Class AAA playoffs each season...team went 11-1 his junior season, capturing the Suburban I Freedom Division championship and finishing as the district runner-up...rated the No. 28 prospect in Pennsylvania by SuperPrep and No. 33 in the state by Rivals.com...SuperPrep All-Northeast Team... played under Coach Andy Toto...earned three letters in football...also a four-year letterman in basketball... captained both the football and basketball teams at Upper Merion...three-time all-area in basketball... Honor Roll...Citizenship Award...Upper Merion's Homecoming King.
Personal: David Thomas Weber Jr., born 6/23/86, is the son of Dave and Sue Weber...has two sisters and one brother...communication and rhetoric major.
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