|Hometown:||Silver Spring, Md.|
|Other College:||ASA (N.Y.) College|
2018: Started the first 10 games of the season at right tackle before suffering a season-ending injury . . . Helped pave the way up front for an A-State offense that ranked 17th in the nation in total offense (469.1 ypg), 21st in passing offense (282.7 ypg) and 49th in rushing offense (186.4 ypg) . . . Part of an offensive line that ranked 40th in the nation in tackles for loss allowed (5.54 per game) and 43rd in sacks allowed (1.85 per game) . . . Provided blocking for quarterback and Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year Justice Hansen, as well as running back and Sun Belt Freshman of the Year Marcel Murray . . . Behind Seidnaly and the offensive line, A-State produced over 400 yards in nine games and at least 500 in three contests . . . Key component to A-State’s offensive success that saw it score 28 passing touchdowns and 18 rushing scores while tying the sixth most total touchdowns in school history for a single season . . . Seidnaly and the o-line helped A-State post the third highest total offense average in school history. . . A-State Athletics Director’s Honor Roll member.
2017: Redshirted the 2017 season . . . Midyear signee who participated in A-State’s 2017 spring camp.
ASA COLLEGE: Spent two seasons playing offensive line for the Avengers in the Northeast Football Conference . . . Seidnaly and the offensive line allowed a conference-best 1.7 sacks against during the 2016 season, while also protecting All-NEFC quarterback Ryan Barabe and paving the way for all-conference running back Troy Robinson . . . Behind Seidnaly and the o-line, the Avengers recorded 22 passing and 16 rushing touchdowns, averaged 34.4 points per game and recorded 358.8 yards total offense per game . . . ASA posted a 6-5 record Seidnaly’s freshman season, when the o-line allowed 1.9 sacks against per game and blocked for All-NEFC quarterback Angelo Nocciolo and running back Dieon Tidwell . . . The Avengers posted 22 passing and 13 running scores that season while averaging 353.2 yards total offense, 164.8 yards rushing and 25.1 points per game . . . 2-star recruit by Rivals.com and 247Sports.com . . . Ranked as the nation’s No. 29 junior college offensive tackle by 247Sports . . . Also recruited by programs such as Maryland, Texas Tech, UCLA, Southern Miss, Texas State, Nevada and East Carolina.
HIGH SCHOOL: Seidnaly was a varsity letterman who played defensive line at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School in Silver Springs, Md.
PERSONAL: Born July 3, 1997 . . . Earned his bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies in May of 2019.