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Antone Exum Jr.
S #32
Height:
6-0
Weight:
219
Age:
25
College:
Virginia Tech
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2016 PRE):

TCKL
5
SCK
1.0
FF
0
INT
--
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 19 16 3 0.0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 0 1 3
2015 MIN 12 2 13 12 1 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 1 2
2014 MIN 15 0 6 4 2 0.0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1

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BIOGRAPHY

2014 GP/GS     Career GP/GS     Playoffs GP/GS

     12/2                   27/2                      0/0

• Active with Vikings breast cancer awareness causes.

• Started 1st career game at Atlanta (11/29/15).  

OFF THE FIELD Graduated with a degree in finance and is completing coursework for a 2nd degree in marketing…Mother, a breast cancer survivor, served as the Honorary Captain for the team’s game vs. Detroit (10/12/14).

PRO Earned a pair of starts in 2015, opening games at Atlanta and vs. Seattle...Played in 12 games before going on injured reserve (12/18/15)...Saw time in 15 games in 2014, the 2nd most by a Vikings rookie behind DT Shamar Stephen, who played in every game...Saw time on defense in regular season opener win at St. Louis (9/7/14)...The 1st S drafted by the Vikings since the club selected Harrison Smith 29th overall in 2012…The highest selection of the 3 DBs picked in the Vikings 2014 draft class.

2015 Started 2 of the 12 games he played...Placed on injured reserve 12/8...Made 1st career start at Atlanta (11/29) and followed it a week later vs. Seattle (12/6)...Replaced injured Harrison Smith in 1st start and injured Andrew Sendejo in the 2nd...Notched career-high 9 tackles to lead the team at Atlanta, including 6 solo stops, a tackle for loss and recovered a fumble after LB Anthony Barr made a big play down the field to strip the Falcons ballcarrier and negate a big gain...Forced and recovered the fumble on same play vs. Seattle (12/6), stripping RB Thomas Rawls on the opening drive of the game.

2014 GP/GS     Career GP/GS     Playoffs GP/GS

     12/2                   27/2                      0/0

• Active with Vikings breast cancer awareness causes.

• Started 1st career game at Atlanta (11/29/15).  

OFF THE FIELD Graduated with a degree in finance and is completing coursework for a 2nd degree in marketing…Mother, a breast cancer survivor, served as the Honorary Captain for the team’s game vs. Detroit (10/12/14).

PRO Earned a pair of starts in 2015, opening games at Atlanta and vs. Seattle...Played in 12 games before going on injured reserve (12/18/15)...Saw time in 15 games in 2014, the 2nd most by a Vikings rookie behind DT Shamar Stephen, who played in every game...Saw time on defense in regular season opener win at St. Louis (9/7/14)...The 1st S drafted by the Vikings since the club selected Harrison Smith 29th overall in 2012…The highest selection of the 3 DBs picked in the Vikings 2014 draft class.

2015 Started 2 of the 12 games he played...Placed on injured reserve 12/8...Made 1st career start at Atlanta (11/29) and followed it a week later vs. Seattle (12/6)...Replaced injured Harrison Smith in 1st start and injured Andrew Sendejo in the 2nd...Notched career-high 9 tackles to lead the team at Atlanta, including 6 solo stops, a tackle for loss and recovered a fumble after LB Anthony Barr made a big play down the field to strip the Falcons ballcarrier and negate a big gain...Forced and recovered the fumble on same play vs. Seattle (12/6), stripping RB Thomas Rawls on the opening drive of the game.

2014 Played in 15 games during rookie campaign, contributing heavily on special teams...Tied for 5th on team with 7 special teams tackles...Had 3 special teams tackles in the final 4 games of the season...Saw action in season opener at St. Louis (9/7)....Played in 1st home game vs. New England (9/14)...Had 1 special teams tackle vs. Detroit (10/12)...Inactive for game vs. Washington (11/2)...Notched season-high 2 special teams tackles vs. NY Jets (12/7)...Had tackle on defense at Detroit (12/14).

COLLEGE Started the final 30 games he appeared in, totaling 35 starts in 44 games played...Versatile player who saw time at multiple positions while at Virginia Tech, playing S and nickel in 2010, S and rover in 2011, CB in 2012 and S in 2013…Named 2nd-Team All-ACC and SI Honorable Mention All-American in 2012 after recording a career-high 5 INTs and 48 tackles…Named 2012 Russell Athletic Bowl MVP after snaring an INT in the win over Rutgers.

PREP Was an offensive standout at Deep Run HS in Glen Allen, VA, accounting for 2,357 yards and 30 TDs during his senior year…Excelled on both sides of the ball and was ranked the No. 38 athlete prospect in the nation by Rivals…Named to PrepStar’s All-Atlantic Region Team as a QB as well as a 1st-Team All-Metro selection as a defender by the Richmond Times-Dispatch.