Offensive Guard
320 lbs.
DeSoto, Texas
High School
DeSoto HS
Sport Administration

2021 LSU Graduate (Sports Administration)

Three-year starter on the offensive for the Tigers heading into 2021 … One of the top linemen in college football and a candidate for national awards … Teams with Austin Deculus to give LSU two of the most seasoned offensive linemen in college football … Ingram and Deculus have combined to start 58 games during their LSU career … Made an immediate impact during his true freshman season, starting final 12 games in 2017 … Sat out the 2018 season and re-joined the Tigers on Sept. 20, 2019 … As talented an offensive lineman as there is in college football … Dominant in every aspect of the game … Tremendous technique, power and knowledge of the game … Has played in 34 games in his career, starting 24 times …Graduated in May of 2021 with a degree in sports administration.

Played in nine games with nine starts … Missed the Missouri game with an injury .. Played every offensive snap in six of the nine games in which he saw action, including all 94 plays in the win over Ole Miss … One of LSU’s most consistent linemen each week, rarely missed an assignment or allowed quarterback pressure … Finished year having played on 722 snaps, third most among all LSU offensive linemen.

Tremendous talent at left guard that re-joined the team on Sept. 20 after sitting out all of 2018 … Played in 12 games with three starts … Inserted into lineup at left guard just seven plays into the Oklahoma contest when Damien Lewis went down with an injury … Played 68 snaps in win over Sooners … Saw first action in over a year against Utah State … Played in 12 games in 2019, starting at left guard in wins over Ole Miss and Arkansas … Served as the day-to-day backup to Adrian Magee at left guard … Rotates in for at least two or three series each game … Part of the LSU line that was named the Joe Moore Award winner as the top unit in the nation … Helped pave the way for 1,000-yard rusher Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Heisman Trophy Award winner Joe Burrow … Played 81 snaps against Ole Miss, 47 against Arkansas, 24 vs. Texas A&M and 17 against Georgia in SEC title game … Saw action on 32 snaps vs. Auburn and 27 in win over Alabama.

Did not participate in football in 2018.

Saw action in all 13 games, starting the final 12 contests of the season … Totaled over 700 snaps … Played every snap in eight games at right guard … Finished with two or more knockdowns against BYU, Chattanooga, Mississippi State, Troy, Florida, Auburn, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Notre Dame … Helped pave the way for running back Derrius Guice’s 276 yards on the ground against Ole Miss, the fifth 250-yard plus rushing game in LSU history … Totaled four knockdowns in the game against the Rebels … Recorded six knockdowns to lead the Tigers’ offensive to four touchdowns and 200 yards on the ground at Tennessee … Finished with a career-high seven knockdowns in the Tigers’ season-high 601 yards of total offense against Texas A&M … Teamed with Saahdiq Charles (now with the Washington Football Club) to become one of the most productive true freshmen offensive line tandems in school history in 2017 … The duo combined for 19 starts on the offensive line and helped pave the way for 1,000-yard rusher Derrius Guice.

One of the top offensive linemen in Texas … Played in the prestigious 2017 Under Armour All-American Game in Orlando … A member of the Texas 2016 6A-Division II State Championship team … Led DeSoto to a perfect 16-0 record in 2016 … Helped team rack up 303 rushing yards and 525 total yards in 38-29 win over Cibolo Steele in championship game on Dec. 17 in AT&T Stadium … Rated as a 4-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals, and Scout … Listed as the No. 11 rated offensive guard in the country per 247Sports and as the No. 3 overall prospect in Texas according to Scout … Coached by Todd Peterman.

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