How He Came To Buffalo
Ksiezarczyk was a Western New York standout. He was already a 6-foot-6, 295-pound star at West Seneca East and a Western New York First team lineman.
After his senior year Evin was the Class A South Lineman of the Year and a Trench Trophy finalist.
When he signed in 2015 the Bulls were losing a lot of upper classmen in the next season or so. Coach Leipold was looking to start building the next core group.
Evin spent the 2016 season playing on special teams. He played 11 games as a redshirt freshman
Ksiezarczyk started all 12 games during UB’s 6-6 run in 2017.
During last seasons MAC east title run Evin started all 14 games at left tackle and was named all conference second team.
This year, once again, Evin is an anchor on the line of a record setting UB offense. Two backs over 1,000 yards, one back leading the conference, and a lot of new school records.
For his performance Ksiezarczyk was named first team all conference and earned a spot on the roster of the Srhine east-west bowl game.
It’s very likely that he’s going to be in an NFL camp next spring, trying to play on Sundays.