2015: Played in 12 of 13 games, starting seven ... saw his first game action of the year in the win over Sacramento State ... also played against Utah State and California ... earned first career start, as the right tackle, in Washington's win at USC ... also started at right tackle vs. Oregon, at Stanford and in the win over Arizona ... played vs. Utah and at ASU ... returned to a starting role at right tackle at Oregon State ... started at left tackle in the Apple Cup win over Washington State and in the Heart of Dallas Bowl win over Southern Miss.
2014: Saw his first game action as a Husky during the win over Oregon State ... also played in the Apple Cup victory at Washington State.
2013: Did not see any game action as a true freshman, preserving a year of eligibility ... won the "construction crew" Weight Lifting Award at the team's postseason banquet.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the 6A all-state first team as a senior offensive lineman ... also a first-team All-Metro League selection ... helped lead Crusaders to a 12-3 overall record and the semifinals of the 6A state playoffs as senior in 2012 ... as a junior, led Jesuit to a 9-4 overall record and the Class 6A Metro League title ... the Crusaders reached the semifinals of the 6A state playoffs in 2011 ... in 2010, Jesuit went 11-2 and advanced to the 6A state semifinals ... ranked the No. 38 offensive guard prospect in the nation by scout.com ... ranked as Oregon's No. 7 overall prospect by rivals.com ... also threw discus in high school ... played football for coach Ken Potter.