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Appeared in 36 games (32 starts) for Notre Dame, making starts at right tackle, right guard and left guard over the course of his college career. 2018: Started first five games before suffering a knee injury... was a team captain, named as a Sporting News First-Team All-American and to the Outland Trophy Watch List. 2017: Started all 13 games at right guard... surrendered one sack, one QB hit and nine QB hurries in 830 offensive snap... 32nd highest-rated guard in terms of run blocking in the country by Pro Football Focus (8.3)... part of the offensive line that paved the way for the seventh-ranked rushing offense in the FBS (269.3 rush yards/game)–Notre Dame has not ranked higher in the FBS since 1995... helped Notre Dame set the modern single-game record for rush yards per carry vs. Boston College on Sept. 16, 2017 as the Irish averaged 10.1 yards per rush and totaled 515 yards against the Eagles (previous record of 10.0 yards per rush had stood for 75 years). 2016: Started all 12 games at right tackle... helped running back Josh Adams run for over 100 yards four times (Nevada, Syracuse, Virginia Tech and USC), including a career-best 180 yards at rival USC (Nov. 26)... part of the offensive line that paved the way for 417.6 total yards per game. 2015: Appeared in six games and made two starts at left guard in place of an injured Quenton Nelson before an ankle injury suffered against rival USC ended his season. 2014: Spent the season on scout team.
PERSONAL: Played at Montgomery Bell High School in Nashville, Tennessee... second-team offensive lineman on USA Today All-USA prep All-America squad for 2013.