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Offensive Line
Clarkston, Mich.
High School
Clarkston HS

One of the most versatile offensive linemen on the LSU roster … Can practically play any position on the line if needed … Dominant offensive lineman who excels in both the running game and pass protection … Opened the 2022 season as LSU’s starting center … Shifted to left guard the following week vs. Southern … Has appeared in 21 games in his career, starting 10 times … Starts have come at center (1), left tackle (3) and left guard (8) … Made an immediate impact in 2021 after graduating high school early and enrolling at LSU during the spring … Participated in spring practice and used that time to get acclimated to the college game … Started 3 games as a true freshman (3 at LT and 1 at LG) … Has a constant motor and plays hard on every down … Outstanding technique and has shown tremendous improvement under the direction of offensive line coach Brad Davis … Majoring in finance.

Appeared in 9 games, starting 6 times … Starts came at center (vs. Florida State) and at left guard (Southern, Mississippi State, New Mexico, Tennessee, vs. Purdue) … Played a total of 410 snaps with season-high of 84 coming in win over Mississippi State … Opened season at center and played 69 snaps vs. Florida State … Shifted to left guard for Southern game and started there for 3 consecutive games … Missed the Auburn game but returned to action in starting role at left guard vs. Tennessee (24 snaps) … Missed next 5 games due to injury … Returned to action vs. UAB (27 snaps) and played final 4 games of the season (35 snaps at Texas A&M; 25 vs. Georgia, 43 vs. Purdue).

Played in 12 games with 4 starts, including final 3 games of the regular season … First career start came at left tackle in win over Mississippi State … Followed that with November starts at left tackle in wins over Louisiana-Monroe and Texas A&M … Started in place of Ed Ingram at left guard against Arkansas … Did not play against Kansas State in the Texas Bowl … Played season-high 85 snaps against the Razorbacks.

Tremendous offensive line prospect from Clarkston (Mich.) High School … Four-year starter on the football team … Rated as a four-star offensive tackle by ESPN and the 31st best player nationally … Earned four-stars from both 247 Sports and Rivals … Named the nation’s No. 6 offensive tackle prospect and the second-best prospect in the state of Michigan … Led his team to the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division I District Semifinals in 2020 … Started at right guard as a freshman on Clarkston’s state championship team … Shifted to right tackle as a sophomore and then to left tackle as a junior and senior … Twice named to the All-Oakland Activities Association Team … Under Armour All-American … Comes from a family of college athletes – his dad Matt played basketball at Cleveland State and his mom Stephanie played basketball at Towson State … His brother Matt was an all-conference linebacker at Kent State and his sister Taylor played volleyball at Western Kentucky and Oakland University … Coached by Kurt Richardson.

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