Three-year starter on the offensive line for the Tigers … Played 38 games with 34 start during his career … Played a total of 2,038 snaps from scrimmage during his four years with the Tigers.
SENIOR SEASON (2005)
Played and started all 13 games for the Tigers in 2005 … Saw action on 773 snaps from scrimmage, third-most of any offensive lineman on the squad … Called for only one penalty all year and allowed just 4 sacks … Credited with 109 knockdown blocks and 14 pins … Started 12 games at left guard and one contest at left tackle … Start at left tackle came in road win over Vanderbilt … Played season high 74 snaps against Vanderbilt … Played every offensive snap from scrimmage in three consecutive games against Vanderbilt, Florida, and Auburn … Also went the distance against Alabama, Arkansas and Georgia.
JUNIOR SEASON (2004)
Starter in 11 games for LSU in 2004 … Started at both positions on the right side of the ball in 2004 … Had 8 starts at right tackle and 3 at right guard … Started 7 of first 8 games at right tackle before shifting to right guard in games against Alabama and Ole Miss … Returned to right tackle spot in season-finale against Arkansas before going back to right guard against Iowa in the Capital One Bowl … Played a total of 745 snaps from scrimmage in 2004 with 74 knockdown blocks and 16 pancakes.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2003)
Talented sophomore who emerged as a starter on the Tiger offensive line … Played and started 10 games at left guard … Suffered a knee injury in the first half against South Carolina and had to sit out LSU’s next four games … Returned to action in a starting role against Arkansas … Saw action on 495 snaps in 2003 and did not allow a sack … In 10 games, had 9 pancake blocks and 64 knockdowns … Whistled for only 4 penalties all year.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2002)
Played in four games as a true freshman for the Tigers … Gave the Tigers quality depth on the offensive line … Played 25 snaps at offensive tackle.
Member of the New Orleans Times-Picayune Top 16 Blue Chip list for 1999 as well as the Baton Rouge Advocate Second Dozen … Named to the Purple and Gold Magazine Second Eight … All-Southwest Louisiana after leading his team to a 9-4 mark and the state playoffs in 1999 … On defense, collected 124 tackles and five sacks … Member of the PrepStar Dream Team … Coached by Wayne Reese … Signed with the Tigers in 2000 and 2001.