|High School:||Jesuit HS|
2015 – Stepped onto the field for 12 of 13 games, logging more playing time (475 snaps) than any other of the team's interior offensive line reserves . . . Provides the flexibility of being able to play either guard or center . . . Experienced his most extensive action of the year in a starting role vs. Georgia State (93 snaps) before also opening at right guard against Arizona State and Oregon State . . . Oregon accumulated 674 yards of total offense vs. the Beavers while he was in the lineup for 88 plays . . . Extended his string of appearances to 18 of his last 20 games . . . Earned spot on the Pac-12's academic first team.
2014 – Benefitted from the tutelage acquired by serving as the understudy to Oregon’s three-time first-team Pac-12 center while adding to his repertoire with the ability to play any one of three interior offensive line positions . . . Stepped onto the field for 10 games, with the majority of his playing time occurring at center in the early going before making his debut in the starting lineup at left guard against Colorado . . .Took part in a season-high 33 plays in the season opener vs. South Dakota as well as 26 snaps against California for his most extensive duty during the Pac-12 campaign . . . Was named academic all-conference second team following the season.
2013 — Positioned himself for a contributing role among a veteran group of offensive line returnees during a redshirt year and solid 2014 spring showing.
BEFORE OREGON — A four-year letterman and 2012 6A honorable mention all-state pick (The Oregonian) was the first freshman varsity starter in Jesuit history . . . Earned a three-star rating from Rivals.com as the sixth-best prospect within the state of Oregon, and rated 11th among the nation’s recruits at center by Scout.com . . . His versatility has remained prominent throughout his prep career as he played fullback, center and along the defensive line as a senior . . . The second-team all-Metro League center garnered support as the league’s offensive player of the year his senior season . . . Played a key role for a program which finished third in the state (6A) in scoring during the regular season (41.9 avg.) and fifth in rushing with 2,722 yards his senior year . . . The Crusaders completed the 2012 season with 10-3 mark under head coach Ken Potter after advancing to the state semifinals . . . As a junior, was named to the third-team all-Metro League contingent as a defensive lineman . . . Earned honorable mention all-state attention in the trenches on defense as a sophomore … Was a second-team all-league lineman on both sides of the ball as a freshman . . . His sister, Liz, was a second-team All-America volleyball player for an Oregon contingent that advanced to the finals of the NCAA national championships in 2012.
PERSONAL — Major: Psychology.
Academic All-Conference 2nd Team