Started all 12 games…started at right tackle for seven games and left tackle for five…FSU Most Improved Offensive Player…blocked for offensive line that helped FSU convert 32 consecutive Red Zone trips into points, the longest active streak nationally to end 2021 and second-longest by any program at any point of season…Red Zone scoring streak was longest by Seminoles since 2014…helped Florida State rank first in ACC and sixth in America with Red Zone touchdown percentage of 73.8…FSU’s Red Zone scoring percentage of 90.5 ranked third in ACC and 15th among all FBS schools…Seminoles ranked fourth in ACC with average of 4.78 yards per rush…FSU’s three touchdowns of at least 75 yards tied for eighth-highest total nationally…blocked for six 200-yard rushing games and seven games with 100-yard rusher…helped pave the way for four consecutive games with at least 200 yards rushing, FSU’s longest streak since 2010…protected quarterback Jordan Travis who was one of four in ACC to pass for at least 1,500 yards and rush for at least 500 yards…Travis passed for career-high 274 yards and had career-best 336 yards of total offense in 31-28 victory vs. Miami…blocked as FSU had five different players score a rushing touchdown for the first time since 2013 in 59-3 win vs. UMass…586 yards of total offense and 365 rushing yards vs. UMass were both highest for FSU since 2016.
Played in seven games with five starts at left tackle…started at North Carolina State, part of offensive line that featured four freshmen…was first time FSU started four freshmen on offensive line since 2011 Champs Sports Bowl…blocked for Florida State offense that averaged 199.9 rushing yards per game, program’s highest since 2016, and 5.11 yards per rush, FSU’s highest season average since 2015…FSU ranked fourth in ACC in yards per carry and fifth in rushing yards per game…yards-per-rush average ranked 23rd nationally, 16th among teams with at least 350 carries…rushing yards-per-game average ranked 20th nationally among teams that played at least nine games…in 56-35 win vs. Duke, blocked as FSU scored six rushing touchdowns, tying the most in program history against an ACC opponent…was only second time FSU scored six rushing touchdowns in conference game and first since 1992…346 rushing yards vs. Duke were FSU’s most in ACC game since 2012…cleared way for Seminoles to pass for 268 yards and gain 263 rushing yards in 41-24 win vs. Jacksonville State, Florida State’s first game with at least 250 yards rushing and passing since 2016…Seminoles scored touchdowns on five straight drives vs. Gamecocks, FSU’s longest touchdown streak since 2017…helped Seminoles convert five fourth-down attempts at North Carolina State, most by an ACC team in 2020 and tied for second-highest single-game total nationally.
Appeared in four games with three starts at left tackle…made first career start in 35-17 win vs. Syracuse…helped block as FSU scored five rushing touchdowns against an ACC opponent for the first time since 2016 and Cam Akers tied program’s single-game record with four rushing scores against Orange…also started 38-31 victory at Boston College, where offense averaged 9.2 yards per play and had three offensive touchdowns of at least 60 yards for only the second time in program history…yards-per-play average was highest for FSU since 2013…also started vs. Miami…made collegiate debut at Wake Forest…redshirted 2019 season.
Powerful offensive lineman rated as four-star prospect by ESPN and three-star recruit by 247Sports and Rivals…listed as nation’s No. 39 offensive tackle and No. 68 overall prospect in Florida by ESPN…ranked 82nd in Florida by 247…as a senior, registered 37 pancake blocks while paving way for West Florida offense that averaged 162 rushing yards per game…named first-team all-area by Pensacola News Journal…invited to compete in local Subway High School All-Star Game…as a junior, helped lead Jaguars to 5A state championship game and 12-2 overall record…opened holes for offense that averaged 33.3 points per game and 193 rushing yards per game…named 5A second-team all-state by FloridaHSFootball and first-team all-area by Pensacola News Journal…high school teammates with current FSU wide receiver Keyshawn Helton…chose Florida State over Miami and Mississippi State among others.