At Stanford: Started 16 games for the Cardinal from 2000-2002 ... Three-year letter-winner ... Valuable member of Stanford's offensive line ... Played both guard and tackle ... Used in a reserve role in 1999, but started eight games as a sophomore in 2000, had two starting assignments in 2001 and six starts in 2002 as a senior.
The 2002 Season: Started the first six games of the year at left guard, but missed the final five games due to a knee injury ... Suffered the injury on October 19 vs. Arizona ... He was establishing himself as one of the anchors of the Cardinal's offensive line before the injury ... Earned his third varsity letter.
The 2001 Season: Very versatile and talented lineman who held the role as the team's sixth offensive lineman and first reserve off the bench ... He started two games (USC, Washington) for Greg Schindler at right guard ... Valuable member of the Cardinal's offensive line.
The 2000 Season: Moved to guard for the 2000 season ... Wound up starting eight of Stanford's first nine games at left guard ... Earned his first varsity letter.
The 1999 Season: Saw limited playing time as a backup at left tackle.
The 1998 Season: Redshirted the '98 season as a true freshman.
In High School: One of the top prep offensive linemen in the nation in 1997 out of La Salle College High School in Philadelphia ... SuperPrep ranked him the 28th best offensive line prospect in the nation in 1997 ... Named an All-American by SuperPrep and an Honorable Mention All-American by USA Today ... First-Team All-Catholic League, All-City and All-Area ... Third-Team All-State ... Received his league's top honor for athletic and scholastic achievement ... As a junior, he was First-Team All-League, Second-Team All-Area and Third-Team All-City ... Participated in track for three years in the shot put ... Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal Information:English major.