Started all 13 games at right guard…crucial in the development of true freshman quarterback James Blackman, who threw for 2,230 yards and 19 touchdowns in 12 starts…on senior day, contributed in a 482-yard and nine-touchdown performance against Delaware State…part of an offensive line that produced over 400 yards six times.
Played in six games, but started the final three at guard against Syracuse, No. 15 Florida and No. 6 Michigan…formed the left side of the line with LT Rod Johnson against Syracuse, helping Dalvin Cook to 225 rushing yards (fourth-most in FSU history) and a school-record-tying four rushing touchdowns…also started at left guard against Florida in the regular-season finale and did not allow a sack on quarterback Deondre Francois…helped the Seminoles score 33 points in the Orange Bowl from the right guard position – the most points allowed by No. 6 Michigan in regulation all season.
Earned a redshirt for the 2015 season following an injury.
Massive offensive line prospect in the 2015 recruiting class…grabbed a four-star ranking from ESPN and three-star ratings from Rivals, 247Sports and Scout…tabbed the nation’s No. 33 offensive guard prospect and No. 45 player in Georgia by Rivals…rated the nation’s No. 35 guard and No. 43 player in Georgia by ESPN…tabbed the country’s No. 43 offensive guard by Scout and No. 46 by 247Sports…played for the South Team in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Football Classic…grabbed All-State First Team honors from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Associated Press and Georgia Sports Writer’s Association in 2014 in addition to Region 3-5A accolades…led Coffee County to a 10-2 record and the second round of the playoffs along with fellow Florida State player Jalen Wilkerson…paved the way for an offense that averaged over 37 points per game…collected All-Region Second Team honors in 2013…committed to Florida State in February 2014…chose the Seminoles over Georgia and North Carolina among several offers…born April 1, 1997…majoring in social science.