Washington: Massive returning starter from last year's offensive line ... enters fall camp as the starter at left tackle ... a two-year starter for the Huskies.
1999: A two-year starter at tackles...started all 11 regular-season games in 1999 at left tackle ... also started in the Holiday Bowl vs. Kansas State...one of three offensive linemen to start every game for the Huskies...helped the Huskies to finish 21st in the nation and second in the Pac-10 in rushing with an average of 189.7 yards per game.
1998: First year starter at offensive tackle ... started at weakside tackle in all but one game (Oregon) ... helped the Husky offensive line rank second in the Pac-10 in sacks allowed with 19 ... was one of two sophomores on the offensive line.
1997: Played the first four games before a dislocated kneecap forced him out of the lineup ... returned to practice for the Aloha Bowl and played in the game vs. Michigan State ... was a backup to Tony Coats at weakside tackle ... injury occured during the Arizona State game.
1996: Redshirted the season ... named the most improved defensive lineman at the end of spring drills.
High School and Personal: Born Feb. 19, 1978 ... named the most valuable offensive lineman in the Marmonte League as a senior ... an All-Valley selection by the Los Angeles Times ... named to All-CIF team ... from same high school as former California standout lineman Todd Steussie ... enjoys surfing ... mother, Helen, is a research associate ... father, Robert, is a clothing manufacturer ... has an older brother, Lloyd, and a younger sister, Lauren ... majoring in political science.