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• Missed first five games of the season with an injury, but still totaled 22 tackles, three pass breakups and one forced fumble on the year.
• Only player on the team to play in less than 10 games and post more than 20 tackles.
• Posted seven tackles against Mount Union in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs and had five stops against Franklin & Marshall and Randolph-Macon (NCAA 1st Round).
• Finished sixth on the team - and first among freshmen - with 45 tackles.
• Posted three tackles in first career game, a 52-17 win at Randolph-Macon in the season-opener.
• Posted six tackles in a win against Moravian and added five in victories against Susquehanna, Dickinson and Gettysburg in the regular season and in a 52-20 win over Western New England in the first round of the NCAA Playoffs.
At Dallastown: Played football and lacrosse • Earned first team all-conference as a defensive back as a junior and first team all-conference as a defensive back and running back as a senior • Named the York-Adams Interscholastic Athletic Association Player of the Year (YAIAA) as a senior, when he posted 115 tackles, 1,200 yards rushing, 200 yards receiving, three interceptions and seven forced fumbles • Notched 134 tackles, three interceptions and three forced fumbles as a junior • Helped team to a 19-5 record in final two years with district semifinal (junior) and district quarterfinal (senior) appearances • Two-time first team all-county defenseman in lacrosse and the 2014 YAIAA Defensive Player of the Year.
Personal: Addison Quinones • Son of Ivan and Bonnie Quinones • Has two older brothers, Austin and Nicolas • Majoring in neuroscience.