|High School:||Centennial HS|
2015 – Extended his string of consecutive starting assignments to 16 games at Michigan State while opening 21 of his previous 22 appearances . . . Missed his first game in three seasons with the Ducks when ailments did not allow his appearance against Georgia State . . . But returned to start eight of the final 10 games at right guard as he stepped onto the field 12 times his junior year . . . Maintains the versatility to play any of the five offensive line outposts . . . His 87 snaps in post-season play vs. TCU represented the second-most plays among any of his offensive teammates, while he also accumulated more than 80 plays at Colorado and Washington . . . Proved to be crucial to the team's success in accumulating a school-record 777 yards of total offense vs. California, as well as 61 points at Arizona State, 485 yards on the ground against Eastern Washington, and 407 passing yards over USC . . . Also served as a vital cog for an offense that ranked fifth in the country in total offense, rushing, and scoring, in addition to his role in helping Oregon extend its hold on the league's rushing title for the 10th year in a row.
2014 – Only one departed senior participated in more snaps (876) among his interior line counterparts than the true sophomore who returns as Oregon’s most experienced offensive lineman . . . Combined versatility and durability to evolve into one of the squad’s more consistent stalwarts . . . Logged a season-high 90 snaps at Utah and added 69 vs. Colorado, equaling the most plays against the Utes and Buffaloes among Ducks’ offensive linemen . . . Proved to be crucial to the success of a running game that led the conference on the ground for the ninth consecutive year (234.5) and amassed more than 300 rushing yards against Arizona and Florida State in the conference championship game and Rose Bowl, respectively . . . Also played a prominent role for an offense that paved the way for the Ducks’ appearance in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship, with Oregon finishing third in the country in total offense (547.0) and fourth in scoring (45.4).
2013 – After the true freshman played a season-low two snaps at Washington, he proceeded to start the final seven games of the year . . . Became the program’s first true freshman offensive lineman to move into the starting lineup in 16 years, setting the stage to potentially become entrenched as a starter for years to come . . . Made his starting debut at right tackle vs. Washington State before shifting inside to right guard for the final five games . . . The honorable mention freshman All-American played in all 13 Oregon games, including 80 snaps at Stanford and 71 vs. Oregon State . . . Was a key component on an offensive line that led the Pac-12 in rushing for the eighth year in row (273.5 avg.), in addition to pacing the league in total offense (565.0 avg.) and scoring (45.5 avg.), and helped pave the way for the school’s 1,000-yard rusher for the seventh year in a row.
BEFORE OREGON — The four-star prospect (ESPN.com and Rivals.com) was included on the Rivals250 listing and ranked as the nation’s No. 15 offensive guard by Scout.com . . . The four-year letterman helped pave the way for a pair of 1,000-yard running backs and an offense that averaged 49 points per game his senior year . . . Also played a significant role in the Huskies eclipsing their own state record for most total yards in one season (8,560) in 2012, as well as accumulating 4,113 rushing yards . . . Played in the 2013 Under-Armour All-American Game after helping Centennial claim its seventh consecutive section championship . . . Attracted attention as a second-team recipient on USA Today’s All-America contingent as well as the Los Angeles Times’ Offensive Lineman of the Year . . . Also earned spots on the LA Times all-area team, was a 2012 CalHiSports first-team all-state honoree as well as Offensive Player-of-the-Year plaudits by the Inland Empire’s Big VIII League . . . Was an integral cog on head coach Matt Logan’s CIF Southern Section Inland Division championship squad that claimed a 14-2 record as well as was ranked second in the state and 13th in the country.
PERSONAL — Major: General Social Science
HONORS AND AWARDS
All-Freshman Honorable Mention Scout Team (College Football News)