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#51 Joshua Garnett
Position: Offensive Guard
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 325
Year: Senior
Hometown: Puyallup, Wash.
High School: Puyallup
Major: Human Biology
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As a Junior (2014)
• Athlon preseason All-Pac-12 first team
• 13 games played
• 13 games started
• Offensive line ranked 18th nationally in tackles for loss allowed (4.62/game), 42nd in sacks allowed (1.77/game)

As a Sophomore (2013)
• 14 games played at offensive guard and in jumbo packages
• First start on the season in front of home state crowd in Seattle against Washington State
• Part of one of nation's top offensive lines
     • 22nd in rushing offense (207.4 yards/game)  
     • 11th in sacks allowed (1.14/game) 
     • Seventh in tackles for loss allowed (4.14/game)

As a Freshman (2012)
• One of three freshmen to play on the offensive line, joining Kyle Murphy and Andrus Peat
• 14 games played
• First career start against Washington State
• First true freshman offensive lineman to start at Stanford since 2000
• Played both guard positions and fullback

The Garnett File
• Earned three football letters under head coach Gary Jeffers at Puyallup (Wash.)
• Five-star recruit by Scout, four-star recruit by Rivals
• SuperPrep, PrepStar and Under Armor All-America
• Nation’s second-best offensive guard by, third-best by Scout and ESPNU
• Nation’s 29th-best recruit by SuperPreps
• Washington’s top recruit by SuperPrep
• Three-time all-state
• Three-time first team all-South Puget Sound League
• 2011 South Puget Sound League Lineman of the Year
• Participated in the Under Armor All-American Bowl Game
• Born in Auburn, Wash.
• Full name is Joshua Samuel Garnett
• Son of Scott and Shanda Garnett
     • Father played football at Washington
     • Father played four seasons professionaly for Denver, San Francisco, San Diego and Buffalo
• Two siblings, Desean and Rachel
• Uncle, Steven, played football at Arizona State
• Ate seven pieces of 24-ounce prime rib at 2012 Lawry’s Beef Bowl
• Majoring in human biology