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|Date of birth:||January 25, 1983|
|Place of birth:||Monterrey, Nuevo León|
|Height:||6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)|
|Weight:||317 lb (144 kg)|
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Ramiro Pruneda [PRU-ned-ah] (born 25 January 1983) is a Mexican former American football offensive tackle. He was signed by the Cologne Centurions in 2006. He played college football at Monterrey Tech.
He started his football career at High School No. 2 in Monterrey, Mexico.
The Monterrey, Mexico native was part of a Monterrey Tech team that claimed four National Championships and was named the country’s Best Offensive Lineman three times by the ONEFA (Mexican counterpart to the NCAA). Pruneda was a five-time selection to the Mexico National Team, playing in the Aztec Bowl against an NCAA Division III All-Star Team. He attended the same alma mater as Philadelphia defensive coordinator Juan Castillo.
He attended training camp with NFL Europe in 2006 as a national player. He quit football and became a professor at Louisiana State University.