Washington: Figures to compete with Stanley Daniels for starting right guard position ... has won one letter ... his return will give the Husky offensive line a boost ... a knee injury cut short his sophomore season ... has also played tackle. 2003: Played in the first two games of 2003 before suffering a knee injury ... started against Indiana ... missed spring drills due to injury. 2002: Spent most of the season as a backup to Nick Newton at strong tackle, but started two games (at USC and Arizona State) in Newton's stead ... also a regular on special teams ... appeared in a total of six games on the offensive line ... named a coaches' offensive player of the game after win over Arizona ... helped the UW lead the Pac-10 in passing offense and finish third in total offense ... named to The Sporting News' freshman All-Pac-10 team ... a recipient of the UW's Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman Award at the team's postseason awards banquet. 2001: Redshirted the season ... was terrific on scout team, earning Bob Jarvis Offensive Scout of the Year honors at the team's postseason banquet.
High School and Personal: Born Aug. 4, 1983 in New York City ... parents are Iris, a VP of Business Development for GE Capital, and Howard, a computer sales consultant ... has an older brother, Ian ... tore his ACL in the fourth game of his senior season, a 31-28 win over state rival Mater Dei ... missed the rest of the season, and had surgery on Nov. 7 ... contributed heavily to Spartans squad that has won 113 consecutive games dating back to 1991 ... a PrepStar All-West Region pick on the offensive line ... SuperPrep's fourth-rated offensive lineman in the CA/HI 130 ... earned four of a possible five stars from Rivals.com ... ranked 28th in the nation, and third in the state of California, on the OL by Rivals.com ... a fansonly.com "Super Prospect" ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune's "Western 100" ... earned All-Contra Costa County honors from the Contra Costa Times ... prepped at same high school as former Husky cornerback Anthony Vontoure ... plans to major in geography.