Duke Football BIO
8 Abraham Kromah
2009: Played in seven games with four starting assignments ... missed the N.C. State, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia Tech contests due to leg injury ... returned to play a combined 54 snaps over the final two weeks ... finished the year with 40 tackles including 2.5 tackles for loss ... ranked seventh on the team in tackles despite missing five weeks ... added two pass breakups and a caused fumble ... in collegiate starting debut, had a career-best nine stops in the season-opener against Richmond ... averaged 6.4 tackles per game before suffering injury in the Virginia Tech tilt ... on the field for 335 total snaps including 250 defensive plays.
2008: Played in all 12 games ... received the team’s Outstanding Special Teams Player award ... tallied 13 tackles, two tackles for loss and one sack for the season ... at Clemson, posted five tackles, including two tackles for loss and a sack on just seven defensive plays ... recorded two tackles against both Virginia and Wake Forest ... played a total of 257 snaps, including a season-high 32 at Clemson.
2007: Played in nine games on special teams ... played 54 total snaps on the year.
2006: Did not see game action.
Prior to Duke: Played at Tottenville High School under coach Jim Munson ... charted as the 11th-top overall prospect in New York by Rivals.com ... helped squad to a three-year ledger of 31-7 ... in senior season, had five interceptions and seven TDs including a 100-yard kickoff return ... as a sophomore, helped Tottenville to a 13-0 record and the New York City Class AA championship.
Personal: Son of Muhammad Kromah and Mafata Komara ... born March 10, 1988 ... double majoring in Sociology and African/African American Studies.