Xavier Proctor
DT #69
North Carolina Central
Morgantown, WV

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Lengthy defensive tackle who participated in the 2013 Detroit Lions’ rookie minicamp and spent his first NFL season as a member of the team’s practice squad.


  • Signed by the Detroit Lions to a Reserve/Future contract on January 1, 2014.
  • Signed by the Detroit Lions as an undrafted rookie free agent on July 31, 2013.

Lengthy defensive tackle who participated in the 2013 Detroit Lions’ rookie minicamp and spent his first NFL season as a member of the team’s practice squad.

2013: Member of the 2013 practice squad.


2012: Started all 11 games on the Eagles' defensive front his senior season.

  • Named All-MEAC Second Team. Compiled 42 total tackles (21 solo), including 10.5 hits for a loss with four sacks, along with two pass break-ups.
  • Amassed career-high nine tackles, including two hits for a loss with a sack, against Delaware State (11/3).
  • Posted six stops (five solo), including a career-best 3.5 tackles for loss with 2.5 sacks, vs. Hampton (10/18) during nationally-televised ESPNU Thursday night contest.
  • Named to Preseason All-MEAC Second Team as a defensive lineman. Selected by Phil Steele’s 2012 College Football Preview magazine, as an All-MEAC Second Team defensive lineman.

2011: Played in 10 games for the Eagles on the defensive front his junior season, including seven starts.

  • Earned All-MEAC Second Team honors as a defensive lineman.
  • Tallied 37 tackles with 7.5 hits for a loss and 3.5 sacks, along with two quarterback hurries, a forced fumble and a blocked kick.
  • Recorded a season-high eight tackles and tied a season-best with two hits for loss vs. Morgan State (10/15).
  • Collected six stops with 1.5 takedowns behind the line of scrimmage at Hampton (10/22). Totaled five tackles with a sack and a forced fumble against Savannah State (9/24).

2010: Started all 11 games as a defensive lineman his sophomore season.

  • Ranked ninth on the team with 34 total tackles (17 solo), second among defensive linemen.
  • Placed sixth on the squad with four tackles for a loss. Amassed season-high seven tackles at Savannah State (11/13).
  • Collected five stops and a quarterback hurry at Delaware State (11/6).
  • Tallied four tackles (three solo) in games against rival North Carolina A&T (9/25) and nationally-ranked Bethune-Cookman (10/23).
  • Boasted three takedowns with an unassisted sack vs. Edward Waters (10/30).
  • Achieved three tackles with a hit for a loss twice - at Georgia State (Oct. 16) and vs. Old Dominion (11/20).
  • Blocked an extra-point kick vs. Winston-Salem State (9/11).

2009: Played in all 11 games as a defensive lineman, including 10 as a starter. Finished with 30 tackles (14 solo), including 4.5 hits for a loss with a sack.

  • Notched two pass breakups and three quarterback hurries. In first play as a freshman, tackled Hampton’s top rusher, LaMarcus Coker, for a four-yard loss (9/5), finishing the contest with 3 stops (2 solo) and 2.0 hits behind the line of scrimmage.
  • Recorded season-best five tackles twice - at nationally-ranked Liberty (9/2) and vs. Savannah State (11/21).
  • Collected three tackles (two solo) with a four-yard sack at North Carolina A&T (10/3). Posted three solo takedowns with a tackle for a loss at Old Dominion (11/7).

2008: Redshirted. Listed as a reserve tight end, but did not play in first season at North Carolina Central.


  • Attended Mount Hebron High School in Ellicott City, MD.
  • Wants to be a high school history teacher and football coach; then eventually a principal.
  • Son of James & Erica LeMon.
  • Born November 1, 1990 in Morgantown, West Virginia.

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