At Stanford: Expected to be one of the team's top defensive ends in 2003, Drew was moved to center during the spring and immediately showed his ability to contribute on the offensive line this season ... He had started seven games at DE the past two years, but his skills as an offensive lineman put him in position to compete for the starting job at center in '03 ... Has played both offensive and defensive line for the Cardinal during his career ... Started four games at defensive end in 2001 and three games at DE last season ... One of 10 fifth-year seniors on the team ... Starting long snapper the past two seasons.
The 2002 Season: Started three games and appeared in all 11 at one defensive end position ... Started game Nos. 1, 3, and 5 vs. Boston College, Arizona State and Washington State ... Finished the year with 10 total tackles, one quarterback sack and one tackle for loss ... Had two tackles, a tackle for loss and quarterback sack at Oregon ... Also the team's number one long snapper.
The 2001 Season: Drew began the season as an offensive lineman, but after injuries depleted the Cardinal's defensive line, he was moved back to defensive end ... It was week eight of the season when Drew was not only asked to switch positions, but was immediately put in the starting lineup in a game at Arizona on November 10 ... He responded by playing solid defense for the Cardinal over the final four regular season games ... He wound up starting at DE vs. Arizona, California, Notre Dame and San Jose State ... Finished the season with seven tackles and one fumble recovery ... Had three tackles vs. Notre Dame ... Recovered a fumble vs. Cal in The Big Game ... Also the team's starting long snapper ... Earned his first varsity letter.
The 2000 Season: Received limited playing time as a backup on the defensive line.
The 1999 Season: Redshirted the '99 season as a reserve defensive end.
In High School: Named to PrepStar's All-American team following his senior season ... Played both offense and defense at Bethesda Chevy Chase High School in Maryland ... SuperPrep All-Mid-Atlantic selection ... Had 76 tackles, 18 tackles-for-loss, six sacks, and four forced fumbles as a senior ... First-Team All-Metro, All-County and All-State ... Played defensive end, middle linebacker and offensive guard and was also the team's long snapper ... First-Team All-County offensive lineman as a junior ... Played basketball for one year and baseball for two seasons ... Editor of the school newspaper ... Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal Information: American Studies major ... Earned prestigious honor of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America.