The big men up front played a large role in Georgia Tech football winning five of its last six regular-season games
Georgia Tech football opens the season 2-0
Tech's banged up offensive line getting a workout
Tech is hoping to turn its numbers up front into depth
2014 (True Freshman): Did not play, redshirted ... Member of scout team ... 2014-15 ACC Honor Roll.
High School: Lower Dauphin H.S., 2014 ... Earned three varsity letters playing under coach and father, Rob Klock ... Served one year as team captain ... Known best as standout tight end, but also played offensive line, defensive end, defensive tackle and even quarterback ... Led team to division and district championships in 2013 and semifinal appearance in state playoffs ... Earned numerous individual honors including PennLive All-Star Team and first-team all-state ... Selected for Big 33 Game, Pennsylvania’s elite high school all-star contest ... Team finished with 13-2 record in 2013 ... Recorded 86 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, one interception, one blocked field goal and five fumble recoveries on defense as senior ... Had 10 receptions for 112 yards and two touchdowns ... Also earned two varsity letters in basketball and two in baseball ... Earned honor roll or distinguished honor roll every grade period.
Personal: Full name is Robert Charles Klock III ... Parents are Rob and Karen Klock ... Rob played football at Shippensburg in late 1980s ... Karen played field hockey, lacrosse and ran track at Gettysburg College ... Uncle, Tom Kirchhoff, played football at Lafayette and later with Philadelphia Eagles ... Uncle, Gary Strayer, played football at Mansfield ... Born Feb. 25, 1996, in Camp Hill, Pa. ... Has younger brother, Tommy ... Distant relative of Grover Cleveland ... Began playing football at age 10 ... Majoring in business administration ... Chose Georgia Tech because of quality of education, atmosphere and reputation of school and football program.