- Date of Birth:
- August 2, 1994
- 6' 5"
- Lake City
Laremy Tunsil (born Laremy Alexander Tunsil on August 2, 1994 in Lake City, Florida) is an American football player. Laremy grew up in Lake City, attending Columbia High School where he played track and field and football. As a high school football player, he was a two-time All-State offensive lineman. In his senior year, he helped the team rush for 275 yards per game. He played in the 2013 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, which helped him earn a five-star raiting from Rivals.com. After he was scounted by multiple SEC school, he enrolled into Ole Miss in 2013. He started in all but four games and was one of only two true freshmen starting as a full-time left tackle. He earned SEC All-Freshman honors after allowing only one sack throughout his freshman season. As a sophomore, he missed two games to a partially torn bicep but was still named All-SEC. Laremy announced he would forgo his senior year of college to enter the 2016 NFL Draft. Right before the draft, someone hacked his Twitter account and posted a video of him smoking out of a gas-mask water pipe. He ultimately was the 13th pick, going to the Miami Dolphins.
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Laremy Tunsil is best known as an American football player.
Right before his Junior football season at Ole Miss, Laremy was accused by his stepfather, Lindsey Miller, of accepting improper benefits from scouting agents. Laremy was suspended seven games by the NCAA. In June 2016, Laremy and Lindsey were involved in a domestic violence incident. Lindsey alleges that Laremy assaulted him without provocation while Laremy claims he was defending his mother from his stepfather.