Expected to start at left tackle ... Had a strong spring after emerging as a key player on the line last season ... Quick feet and hands.
2005: Appeared in eight games, mainly as a reserve at left guard ... Started the last two games of the season ... Helped 2005 senior Marcus Slayton to a pair of 100-yard rushing games, including 192 yards against Fordham, the fourth-best single game performance in Georgetown history.
2004: Started six games before an leg injury....played left guard in all six contests...helped Hoya running game amass 2,088 yards and tailback Kim Sarin record the first 1,000 yard rushing season in Hoya history... moved to offensive line in spring.
2003: Saw no varsity game action as a freshman.
High School: An offensive guard and defensive tackle for three varsity seasons at Jesuit...also a varsity athlete on the rugby and wrestling teams...earned Most Valuable Lineman Award as a senior and was a team captain...a Northside News Dream Team member in 2003 and named All-State...a National Honor Society Member and an Honor Roll student.