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NEW YORK (WAFB) -

LSU running back Spencer Ware has been drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the 6th Round of the NFL Draft. He was taken No. 194 overall.

Ware joins LSU DB Tharold Simon, who was taken by the Seahawks in the 5th Round.

Hometown: Cincinnati, OH (Princeton High School)

College: LSU

Position: Running Back

Height: 5'11

Weight: 225

LSU Career Highlights: 1,249 rushing yards and 404 receiving yards on 39 receptions, 12 touchdowns
2011 Coaches Second-Team All-Southeastern Conference

Strengths: Strong build, aggressive runner

Weaknesses: Speed, weight, runs high on occasion

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