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Frank Middleton (born October 25, 1974) is a former American football player who played Offensive guard for eight seasons in the NFL. Middleton was drafted in 1997 in the 3rd round (63rd pick overall) by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After four years with the Buccaneers, Middleton joined the Oakland Raiders organization.

Early years

Middleton attended West Brook Senior High School, where he was an All-American, All-State and all-conference prep star as a two-way lineman. He currently coaches for Monsignor Kelly Catholic High School as the defensive coodinator. He lettered three times in football and was on Texas Football's Top-50 List. He hopes to be Head Coach in a few years.

College career

Middleton started playing college ball at Fort Scott Community College in Kansasmarker. After finishing two seasons at FSJC and earning Junior College All-America honors as a sophomore, Middleton transferred to the University of Arizonamarker. He started in 18 games at left guard over two seasons at Arizona. In 1996, he started 10 games and was credited with 74 knockdown blocks. He majored in criminal justice.

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