- Selected by the Packers with the first of three picks in the fifth round (No. 138 overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft, the highest-drafted lineman out of Washington State since T Scott Sanderson was selected in the third round by the Tennessee Oilers in 1997.
- Started all 47 games he appeared in for the Cougars at right tackle, tied for the second-most starts in school history.
- Was a three-time All-Pacific-12 selection, earning second-team honors as a senior in 2017 and honorable mention as a junior and as a sophomore.
- Helped the Cougars rank in the top five in the country in passing offense in all four of his seasons, the lone FBS team to accomplish that feat from 2014-17, including No. 1 rankings in 2014-15.
- Started all 13 games as a senior in 2017, earning second-team All-Pac-12 recognition and a team-high four Bone Awards, given to the best offensive lineman following a win.
- As a junior in 2016, started all 13 games and helped Washington State set school single-season records for scoring (496 points), total TDs (67) and total yards (6,273).
- Opened all 13 games as a sophomore in 2015 and helped the Cougars rank No. 1 in the country in passing yards (389.2 ypg).
- Started the first eight games of the season as a redshirt freshman in 2014 as the offense set a single-season school record for passing yards (5,732).
- Attended John F. Kennedy Catholic High School in Burien, Wash., where he earned first-team 3A all-state honors from The Associated Press as a senior in 2012.
- Earned his degree in social science.