OT · Alabama
2022 (Alabama): Arrived at Alabama in the summer and quickly earned the starting job at left tackle … earned second team All-SEC recognition from the league coaches … started all 13 games at left tackle for the Crimson Tide … totaled 25 knockdown blocks while anchoring the left side of the offensive line for the Crimson Tide … a veteran tackle who blocked for the nation’s No. 4 scoring offense (41.1 ppg), No. 11 total offense (477.1 ypg), No. 19 passing offense (281.6 ypg) and the No. 36 rushing attack (195.5 ypg) … the UA front surrendered just 12 sacks among offensive linemen (one sack every 36.5 attempts) and only 22 total sacks on the season across 504 dropbacks for a 1.69 sacks per game average that finished fifth in the SEC … helped an offensive front that opened holes for an average of 5.55 yards per carry, a total that ranked fourth nationally … allowed 4.5 sacks, 12 pressures, eight quarterback hits and committed four penalties … selected as one of the offensive players of the week by the Alabama coaching staff for his play against Vanderbilt, Arkansas and Auburn. Utah State: Made his first start in the crimson and white … did not allow a sack or a pressure while tallying two knockdown blocks. Texas: A key piece of the Tide’s offensive line in a come-from-behind 20-19 victory over the Longhorns … had one knockdown block as the Tide rushed for 161 yards. ULM: Started and played a line-high 41 snaps in the 63-7 victory … tied for the team-high mark with three knockdown blocks … helped the Tide roll up 509 yards of total offense, including 273 yards on the ground. Vanderbilt: Made his fourth start of the season at left tackle against his former team … recorded three knockdown blocks as the Tide rolled up 628 yards of total offense, including 228 on the ground and 400 through the air … did not allow a sack, pressure or a quarterback hit. Arkansas: Made his fifth straight start of the season at left tackle for the Crimson Tide … credited with three knockdown blocks … helped opened holes for 317 rushing yards while providing time for 555 yards of total offense … did not allow a sack, pressure or quarterback hit … did not commit a penalty on the day while playing all 68 snaps. Texas A&M: Helped open holes for 286 rushing yards and provided time for three passing touchdowns … allowed his second sack of the season with first-time starter Jalen Milroe at quarterback … had one knockdown block. Tennessee: Had one knockdown block and allowed four pressures in 89 snaps at left tackle against the Volunteers. Mississippi State: Had a team-high tying two knockdown blocks as the Crimson Tide rolled to a 30-6 victory over the Bulldogs … provided time for 231 passing yards … allowed one sack and one pressure. LSU: Played 84 snaps at left tackle … allowed one quarterback hit … opened holes for 476 yards of total offense, including 148 rushing yards. Ole Miss: Blocked for 108 rushing yards and 209 passing yards as the Tide rallied for a 30-24 win over the No. 11 Rebels, including 23 points in the final 30:08 of the game … allowed one sack and one quarterback hit. Austin Peay: Opened holes and provided time for 527 yards of total offense that included a balanced effort with 263 rushing yards and 264 passing yards … did not allow a sack, pressure or quarterback hit ... Auburn: Had three knockdown blocks while allowing two pressures and a quarterback hit … opened holes for 173 rushing yards and 343 yards through the air … was part of an offensive line that was honored as Offensive Players of the Week by the Alabama coaching staff. Kansas State: Made his 13th and final career start for the Crimson Tide … had one knockdown block … helped the Tide roll up 496 yards of total offense, including 321 passing and 175 rushing … did not allow a sack or a hit on the quarterback … charged with two quarterback pressures … provided time for Young to throw for 321 yards on just 15 completions and 22 attempts.
2018–21 (Vanderbilt): Spent four seasons at Vanderbilt ... started 33 consecutive games to close out his time in Nashville and played in 38 total games during his career at VU ... was one of 12 true freshmen to see time in 2018, playing in four games at defensive tackle and one at offensive tackle ... started all 12 games at right tackle for the Commodores as a sophomore ... made the move to left tackle as a junior and started in all nine contests ... continued in his starting role on the left side in 2021 and played in all 12 games for Vandy.
High School: Ranked as a three-star offensive line prospect by 247Sports and ESPN.com coming out of St. Thomas Aquinas ... earned a three-star rating at weakside defensive end by Rivals.com ... helped the Raiders to an 11-3 record and a regional title as a senior.