Eugene Monroe’s college career was nothing short of stellar. A four-year letterman and three-year starter at the University of Virginia, Monroe started 11 games at left tackle and did not allow a sack on 428 pass plays. By seasons end he was selected honorable mention All-ACC and named first-team All-ACC. As a senior he was a Unanimous All-ACC selection and voted top blocker in the conference and was regarded as the most dominating offensive lineman in college football. He registered a school-record 105 knockdowns and set an ACC single-season record with 16 blocks resulting in touchdowns.