Max Halpin

RS Junior

Fort Mitchell, Ky.

High School:
Covington Catholic

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 295


Max  Halpin


WKU Football Press Conference - The Rice Game

Head coach Jeff Brohm, offensive lineman Max Halpin and defensive back Branden Leston previewed this week's game at Rice.


WKU Picked to Win C-USA East in 2015 Preseason Media Football Poll

It is the first time in the program's FBS history they have been a preseason favorite.


WKU Center Max Halpin Lands On Rimington Trophy Watch List


Spring Football Preview: Offensive Line

The Tops begin spring practice March 17.


Western Kentucky vs. Navy

Western Kentucky takes on Navy at home

2015 Rimington Award Watch List

2014 (r-So.):
Halpin started the first three games of the season at center before a season-ending back injury sidelined him. Prior to injury he helped engineer a pair of 700-yard offensive efforts against Bowling Green and Middle Tennessee.

2013 (r-Fr.): Halpin entered the season as the No. 2 center behind longtime starter Sean Conway but immediately jumped into the starting role when Conway was injured against South Alabama in Week 3 of the season. Halpin started the final five games of the season, seeing action in all 12 and starting seven total. WKU was 6-1 with Halpin as the starting center and 7-1 including the Morgan State game when he took over for Conway after the game's first offensive snap resulted in a 65-yard touchdown run for Antonio Andrews.

2012 (Fr.): Halpin redshirted in his first season on The Hill.

HS/Misc.: Halpin was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter at Covington Catholic High School and was Honorable Mention All-State following his senior season. He was also selected as the starting center for the Kentucky Best of the Bluegrass All-Star game.


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