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Offensive Tackle
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 308lbs.
Class: Junior
City/State: Houston, Texas
High School: Westfield HS
Major: Interdisciplinary Studies
Experience: 3 Letters

Bio

2015 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

CAREER
Dominating run blocker on LSU’s offensive line for three years … An elite offensive lineman that made an impact as soon as he stepped on campus, playing in 12 games as a true freshman … For career, played in 31 games with 15 starts, all coming at right tackle … Opted to forgo senior season with the Tigers and entered the 2018 NFL Draft … As of the spring of 2018, is 15 hours shy of earning his LSU degree.

JUNIOR SEASON (2017)
Started all 11 games in which he saw action … Missed games against Troy and Auburn … For year, played 661 offensive snaps and recorded 38 knockdown blocks … Played every offensive snaps in six games … Missed only four offensive snaps once he returned from injury following the Auburn game … Played every snap against Alabama (73), Arkansas (58), Tennessee (59) and Notre Dame (80) … Only missed two plays against Ole Miss (69 of 71 snaps) and two against Texas A&M (87 of 89) … Had dominating game against Texas A&M with eight knockdown blocks as LSU rolled up 601 total yards, including 250 on the ground, in the 45-21 win over the Aggies … LSU had two 100-yard rushers against Texas A&M (Derrius Guice 127, Darrel Williams 106) … Opened year with six knockdown blocks in 27-0 win over BYU … Had four knockdown blocks against Notre Dame in the Citrus Bowl.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2016)
Played in eight games for the Tigers with three starts at right tackle … Started first three games of the season before being sidelined with an injury against Mississippi State … Missed four games before returning to action against Alabama … Split time at right tackle with Maea Teuhema over the final five games of the season … Finished year by playing 341 offensive snaps … Had 30 knockdown blocks and 16 “great effort” plays … Had season-high six knockdown blocks in win over Jacksonville State … Closed out season with a strong performance against Louisville with three knockdown blocks and two “great effort” plays in 29-9 win in Citrus Bowl … Played season-high 54 snaps in 54-39 win over Texas A&M, a contest that running back Derrius Guice rushed for an LSU record 285 yards … Saw action in 46 snaps vs. Arkansas and 45 vs. Florida … Played 39 snaps against Alabama in what was his first action since the third week of the season.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2015)
Played in all 12 games and made one start at right tackle at Ole Miss ... Saw a total of 167 offensive snaps and posted 20 knockdown blocks ... Tallied nine knockdowns in his only start at Ole Miss, and he played all 93 snaps ... Has lined up at right tackle and right guard at times during the season ... Established himself as the top reserve lineman … Earned a spot on the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.

HIGH SCHOOL
Another player in what’s become a long list of LSU Tigers from the Houston area ... Unanimous four-star prospect according to Rivals, ESPN, 247Sports and Scout ... Ranked as high as the No. 7 offensive tackle nationally and the No. 12 overall prospect coming out of Texas by Rivals ... Named 2014 Greater Houston High School Rotary Lombardi Award winner ... Member of the Rivals 250, ESPN 300 and 247Sports Top 247 ... Earned an invitation to the Under Armour All-American Game ... Member of Dave Campbell’s First Team Super Team ... Named to the first team All-Greater Houston Team ... Selected as first team All-District ... Helped lead his team to a 13-2 record and district championship as a senior ... Coached by Corby Meekins.

PERSONAL
Mother is Nakia Stokes ... Born Sept. 19, 1996 ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies.

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