Hoof Prints: Made the move to offensive line after initially being recruited as a defensive tackle...suffered a knee injury that saw him redshirt his freshman year...has played both guard and tackle.
Sophomore (2012): Was a pillar of the offensive line, which proved that it isn’t who has the ball in his hands, but rather who is clearing the way for him... started in all 12 games... despite injuries to a handful of key offensive playmakers for much of the season, he helped lead a group that improved the team’s total offensive yardage from 2011 and helped pave the way for 2,120 rushing yards... three separate Bulls were able to surpass the 500-yard rushing mark... earned the team’s Workhorse Award, given to the player who played the most snaps for the team.
Redshirt Freshman (2011): Made a successful transition from the defensive line to a pillar on the offensive trenches, starting in all 12 games... helped clear the way for Branden Oliver’s program-record 1,395 yards rushing and 13 rushing touchdowns... helped the team average 155 rushing yards per game (4.3 per rush), boosting the team’s 2010 total of 113 rushing yards per game and 3.1 yards per carry... the team’s total of 1,860 yards rushing are the ninth most in a single season in program history... also helped in the passing game, improving on the 2010 total (from 184 ypg to 210 ypg)... helped Chazz Anderson set the program’s Division I record for passing yards in a single game as he threw for 404 yards against Northern Illinois (10/22)... helped Branden Oliver set the Division I record for rushing yards in a single game (235) against Akron (11/19).
Freshman (2010): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.
High School: A two-time all-conference performer who had 36 tackles, six sacks, a blocked field goal and a defensive touchdown in his senior season, despite playing just 3.5 games…UB coaches describe him as a strong player who has good body control…one of four Western New York players to sign in the 2010 class…also earned multiple letters in basketball…listed UB’s nationally-ranked Business Program as one of the key factors in his college decision.