Third-year defensive player who will play defensive ... very versatile player who can also play linebacker... hard worker who adds valuable depth on the defense ... did very well in the Spring ... has plenty of intensity ... one of the Tigers’ top players in the 2011 Tiger Bowl ... made five tackles for the Gold Team, all for lost yardage ... also had a game high three quarterback sacks ... was a freshman “red shirt” in 2009 ... attended Air Force Academy Prep ... will compete as a graduate student this season ... very good student who was named to the Colonial Athletic Association Academic All-Conference team the last two years.
2011 SEASON: Appeared in all 12 games and started once ... made first career start at outside linebacker in Tigers’ FCS playoff game against Lehigh ... made 17 tackles and had one sack on the year ... saw duty as reserve for most of the season ... valuable performer on special teams ... made career high five tackles against Lehigh ... had three tackles, including a sack, in Tigers’ season-opening win over Morgan State ... also made three tackles in Homecoming victory over Colgate ... made two tackles in win over New Hampshire.
2010 SEASON: Appeared in ten games as a reserve linebacker and defensive end ... saw action on special teams ... made two tackles in ten games ... had both tackles at New Hampshire in regular season finale ... also had an eight-yard kickoff return at UNH.
AT DeMATHA H.S.: Named All-Metro and All-Conference for Coach Bill McGregor ... team captain of Stags’ undefeated conference championship team as a senior ... compiled more than 80 hours of community service.
PERSONAL: Oldest of five children in family ... younger brother, Tommy, played quarterback at Towson ... career goal is to own a restaurant ... lists parents as the people he admires the most ... hobbies include playing “Call of Duty” video game ... avid fan of the Washington Redskins ... favorite NFL player is Brian Urlacher ... lists Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete ... favorite movie is “Step Brothers” ... uncle, Al Chroniger, was a four-year letter winner for the James Madison football team ... son of Thomas Chroniger and Joan Peacock ... stepson of Rick Peacock ... mother is a graduate of the University of Maryland who works as a tax auditor ... father is a construction manager ... stepfather serves as regional manager for USA Football ... born on November 6, 1988 in Washington, D.C. ... major is business administration.