|Other Position:||Center/Offensive Tackle|
|City/State:||Arroyo Grande, Calif.|
|High School:||Arroyo Grande HS|
PERSONAL — Born Mark Gregory Lewis on July 17, 1985 in Pasadena, Calif. Wife: Amber. Parents: Bruce and Kathy Lewis. Family: One sister. High School (Coach): Arroyo Grande (Jon Huss) 2004. Major: Sociology with business minor. Redshirt: 2004.
2008 — Considered to be team’s most improved offensive lineman, the two-year starter rivaled All-America teammate Max Unger’s consistency ... First-team Pac-10 all-conference according to Rivals.com ... Third-team all-conference choice by Phil Steele Publications and honorable mention by the Pac-10 coaches ... A 13 -game starter, led all offensive linemen with 98 snaps at Purdue, 68 vs. Arizona and 82 vs. Oklahoma State, while matching the O-line leader against UCLA (72), California (85) and Oregon State (71) ... Helped key Oregon’s school-record rushing offense (2nd nationally) that churned out 280.1 running yards per game ... Posted program’s third-best back squat of all time (580 lbs.) among Oregon’s offensive linemen ... The three-time NCAA regional track & field qualifier posted an outdoor personal best in the shot put (56-7 1/2) for Ducks’ Pac-10 championship track & field team in addition to ranking fifth all-time on school’s indoor chart (56-4 1/2).
2007 — A 12-game starter, benefitted from his previous experience at tackle to become a fixture at right guard ... Took part in 100 snaps at Arizona and 94 at Washington ... Was signaled out as one of the team’s offensive players of the week for his performance against Arizona State.
2006 — One of program’s most experienced offensive line reserves, stepped onto the field for eight games ... Spent most of his time at left tackle yet earned collegiate starting debut at right tackle against Arizona ... Took part in 50 plays against the Wildcats and 31 vs. Portland State as he saw action in team’s final six outings of the regular season.
2005 — Experience limited to 11 plays vs. Montana, eight against Oregon State and two vs. Washington.
HIGH SCHOOL — The 2003 PrepStar all-region standout and first-team all-Pac-5 League lineman proved to be major component in the success of Eagles’ run-oriented offense ...Saw playing time at tight end and fullback for a squad which finished year with a 9-2 record ... Hauled in 14 receptions for 151 yards his senior season as a second-team all-county standout (San Luis Obispo Telegram-Tribune), including three catches for 24 yards in the ‘03 season opener vs. Hueneme ... The USA Track & Field All-American was a two-time top-10 finisher in the shot put at the Junior National Championships, and claimed the state prep title as a senior (63-5 1/2).