Notes: Named AP Second Team All-American as a senior, and unanimous First Team All-SEC by AP as well for the Auburn Tigers as he played an important role in helping the program capture the National Championship while blocking for Heisman Trophy winner Cam Newton...Selected to Walter Camp All-America Team in 2010 while also being named the recipient of the Jacobs Blocking Trophy which recognizes the top blocker in the SEC as determined by the league's coaches...AP Honorable Mention All-SEC and Second Team All-SEC according to coaches in 2009 as a junior...Coaches' All-SEC Freshman Team....Part of Auburn offense that became the first in school history to rush for 300 yards or more in six straight SEC games, doing so during the 2010 season...He holds the school record for consecutive starts with 52 as he started every game of his career for the Tigers...Dominated at the Senior Bowl even after making a position switch, demonstrating the ability to learn quickly and adapt to changing situations...Has the size to lock up with any defender, although he might have issues with the speed at the next level.
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