|High School:||Hemet HS|
2014 — The only Oregon offensive lineman to start all 15 games his senior season was also the oldest as he turned 25 three days following the CFP semifinals, as well as one its most versatile . . . Started at three different positions over the course of his last two seasons, including the first 10 games at left guard (12 overall) and three games at center . . . The unheralded workhorse led or shared the distinction of taking part in the most snaps of any of Oregon’s offensive linemen in nine games, including a personal-best 99 plays in the Pac-12 Championship win over Arizona . . . One of program’s five players to log more than 1,000 snaps but the only one on offense (1,056) . . . 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 offense (45.4).
2013 — The eldest of the program’s veteran offensive line corps broke into the starting lineup for the first time as a junior but once he did, he was difficult to displace . . . Started all 13 games, with first eight opening assignments occurring at right guard before shifting to left guard for the final five games . . . He took part in more plays than any other of the team’s offensive interior stalwarts against Tennessee, Washington State and UCLA – including 90 snaps vs. UCLA – and shared team’s longevity distinction in two others . . . His 898 plays were more than any other of Oregon’s offensive players and were surpassed by only five others on defense . . . Was an integral part of an offensive line that led the Pac-12 in rushing for the eighth year in row (273.5 ypg), in addition to pacing the league in total offense (565.0 ypg) and scoring (45.5 ppg) . . . Originally joined the program in the fall of 2008 before embarking on a two-year mission.
2012 — Appeared in all but one game as a top reserve at both guard positions and now ready to push for a bigger role . . . Eclipsed 50 snaps in each of his first two games before participating in a career-best 59 plays in the win at Oregon State . . . Has displayed versatility to play either side of the line after first arriving as a center . . . Led all offensive linemen with a 395-lb. bench press.
2011— Appeared in eight games, including four conference contests and the Pac-12 Championship Game … Played a season-high 24 snaps in win at Colorado.
2009-10— Collegiate career temporarily interrupted due to religious mission commitment.
2008— Redshirt season … Recognized as offensive scout team offensive player of the week leading up to game at California.
BEFORE OREGON — Two-time all-CIF Central Division selection was first-team all-state pick his junior and senior seasons (calhisports.com) as an offensive lineman … Included on PrepStar’s Top 135 Dream Team, ranked as the 11th high school center prospect in the country by SuperPrep.com despite not playing the position since his freshman year … Among those who received votes on the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s Best in the West list as well as included on Tacoma News Tribune’s Western 100 honor roll …Played major role in team combining for close to 300 yards of total offense per game.
PERSONAL — Parents: Ron and Telekoki Stevens. Family: Four brothers. High School (Coach): Hemet (Andy Boynton), 2008. Major: General Social Science.