Kroy Biermann's house Hoschton, Georgia pictures, facts

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By Celebrity Detective Steve
Defensive end Kroy Biermann was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Before signing with the Falcons, Kroy Biermann played college football for the Montana Grizzlies where he was the recipient of the Buck Buchanan Award.

Kroy Biermann now resides in the small north Georgia town of Hoschton. Built in 2007, Kroy Biermann's home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, 4,200 square feet, and includes a library/office, three-car garage, breakfast bar, and sitting room in the master suite.

Kroy Biermann's house in Hoschton, Georgia
Kroy Biermann's house in Hoschton, GA.


In addition to winning the Buck Buchanan Award in 2007, Kroy Biermann made the first-team All-Big Sky in 2006 and 2007, Little All-American in 2006 and 2007, and was crowned Big Sky Defensive MVP in 2007.

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Celebrity Detective Steve

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