Washington: Heads into fall camp as the starter at right tackle ... a three-time letterwinner ... could also be used as a guard. 2003: Earned his third letter ... appeared in eight games during the 2003 season ... named the Most Improved Offensive Lineman/Tight End during spring drills. 2002: Played in 12 games as a backup at weak tackle ... did not play against Oregon State ... also served on most of the special teams ... helped the UW lead the Pac-10 in passing offense and finish third in total offense. 2001: Appeared in all 11 regular-season games for Washington, primarily on special teams ... saw action on offense as the reserve to tackle Khalif Barnes in Huskies' 53-3 win over Idaho ... helped Washington rush for 212 yards and three touchdowns against the Vandals. 2000: Redshirted the year ... was named Offensive Scout of the Week for the week leading up to the Huskies 34-29 win over No. 5 Miami.
High School and Personal: Born Feb. 25, 1982 in Portsmouth, N.H. ... mother is Judy, father is O.J. ... father is a control room supervisor at the Hanford Nuclear Plant ... has two brothers, Cory and Joel ... Cory golfs for Gonzaga ... played for coach Lonnie Pierson at Richland High School ... key offensive lineman for Richland's 1999 4A state championship team ... team posted a 13-1 record in 1999 ... a Big Nine Conference first-team selection ... named to the Associated Press Class 4A All-State team at offensive line ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune's All-State squad ... a member of the 1999 Seattle Times All-State team ... an honorable mention pick to the USA Today's all-USA squad ... a 1999 PrepStar all-Western Region selection ... earned all-conference honors as a junior ... ranked No. 25 in SuperPrep's "Northwest 47" list ... also competed for Richland's track and field team ... registered marks of 153-9 in the discus and 48-6 in the shot put ... majoring in business administration.
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