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2014 Honors

  • All-ACC Second Team (Media)
  • All-ACC Third Team (Coaches)
  • Sports Illustrated All-America Honorable Mention 

2013 Honors

  • Coaches All-ACC Second Team
  • All-ACC Third Team



Fixture at left guard…collected All-ACC honors three years in a row and started 43 consecutive games beginning with his first career start at the 2011 Champs Sports Bowl as a true freshman.


Iron man who made 43 consecutive starts – most on team – since starting the 2011 Champs Sports Bowl as a true freshman…three-time All-ACC honoree…had an average grade of 78.1 in 2014…had highest grade on the offensive line (80) in overtime win against Clemson – the nation’s top-ranked defense…lifted his level of play at end of season, averaging an 84.3 over the last four games…graded out to above 80 percent in nine of 14 games…leader of one of the nation’s top offenses which averaged 33.7 points and 441.4 total yards…paved the way for FSU to pile up 574 yards of total offense against the nation’s then-top-ranked defense at Louisville in a 42-31 win…had a season-best grade of 89 versus Boston College…key protector of QB Jameis Winston, who led the ACC in passing yards and total offense…opened holes for Dalvin Cook to set the FSU freshman record for rushing yards.


Junior left guard started all 14 games this season and has 29 consecutive contests dating back to the 2011 Champs Sports Bowl…produced the top offensive line grade in three games, including against Wake Forest (88), Miami (86), and Nevada (89), when the Noles ran for a season-high 377 yards against the Wolf Pack…his average grade of 78.5 percent ranked third on the team… the Noles set FSU and ACC records for single-season total offense (7,267 yards), points per game (51.6) and yards per play (7.67) and the national record for points (723)…the Noles led the country with 94 touchdowns…FSU set the ACC and school records for total touchdowns (94), passing touchdowns (42) and the school record for rushing touchdowns (42)…Florida State ranked first in the ACC and sixth in the nation in total offense (519.1)…with the nation’s top offensive line providing protection and opening holes, Florida State rushed for 2,844 yards (5.6 ypc), while passing for 4,423 yards.


True sophomore and first-year starter at left guard for all 13 games…an agile and relentless run-blocker as evidenced by his team-leading 31 knockdown blocks…had three or more knockdowns in seven games, including a season-high five against Murray State…posted a season-long grade of 79.1 percent, but was even more impressive down the stretch…graded out at 82 or better in each of the last six games, including a season-high 91 percent against Duke…made his 15th consecutive start in Orange Bowl.


Fifth true freshman to see action on the offensive line making his first career start against Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl…began the year working at offensive tackle but also picked up repetitions at the guard position…ended his season on a high note grading out at 84 percent from his left guard position – 85 on running plays; 83 on pass plays in the Champs Sports Bowl win against Notre Dame…played in seven games overall…earned 10 snaps at tackle against Maryland…played 22 snaps against Charleston Southern.


One of New Jersey’s finest prospects coming out of high school as a lineman because of his size and agility…a four-star prospect by and who missed his entire senior season as he recuperated from a leg injury…ranked the No. 25 offensive tackle nationally and No. 9 best player in the state of New Jersey…rated the No. 13 offensive tackle by ESPN, No. 27 offensive tackle by and No. 18 offensive tackle by 247Sports…named First Team All-Hudson Area by the Star-Ledger as a junior in 2009…No. 12 on the SuperPrep New Jersey 35…Matias selected Florida State over Rutgers from a lengthy list of additional options…born January 6, 1993.