- Earned first-team All-Pro honors from The Associated Press in 2020, his second time receiving first-team recognition in the last three seasons as he became the only tackle in the league to earn first-team or second-team recognition each of the last five seasons (2016-20).
- Is one of just two Green Bay offensive tackles in team history (Forrest Gregg, 1962-67) to earn AP All-Pro recognition in five-plus consecutive seasons.
- Was named to his third career Pro Bowl last season (also 2016 and 2019), his second straight year as an original selection.
- Has started all 118 regular-season games he has appeared in at LT since entering the league in 2013. Has opened all 16 regular-season games in five of his eight seasons in the NFL.
- Has helped the Packers rank No. 3 in the NFL in yards per carry (4.55) and No. 4 in scoring (25.7 ppg) since 2013.
- When he earned first-team AP All-Pro honors in 2018, became the first Packers offensive tackle to earn first-team recognition since Gregg in 1967.
- Helped the Packers rank No. 2 in the NFL in yards per carry (5.01) in 2018 as RB Aaron Jones became the first Packer to lead the league in yards per carry (5.47) since the NFL went to a 16-game schedule in 1978.
- Was selected to his first career Pro Bowl in 2016, having initially been named a first alternate before being selected as an injury replacement for Eagles T Jason Peters.
- In 2013, became the first rookie to start every game at LT for Green Bay since the league went to a 16-game schedule in 1978.
- Became just the fourth Green Bay rookie to start the season opener at LT since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger and the first since Ken Ruettgers in 1985. Was the only rookie in the NFL to start all 16 games at LT in 2013.
- Selected by Green Bay with the first of three fourth-round selections (No. 109 overall) and became the first Colorado offensive lineman to be drafted by the Packers since C Joe Garten in 1991 (sixth round).
2021 SEASON: Started the lone game he appeared in on the season…Was placed on reserve/physically unable to perform (knee) on Aug. 31 and was activated on Nov. 10…Was inactive (knee) for seven games (Weeks 10-12, 13-17)…At Detroit (Jan. 9): Started at LT and played 27 snaps.
2020: Started all 12 games he played in at LT…Earned first-team AP All-Pro recognition and first-team All-NFL honors from the PFWA…Was selected to his third career Pro Bowl, his second straight season as an original selection…Helped the Packers rank tied for No. 2 in the NFL in sacks allowed (21), the fourth fewest by the Packers in a 16-game season…Part of a line that allowed one sack or zero sacks in a league-best 13 games, tied for the most in team history (2004), including four zero-sack games, the most by Green Bay since 2008 (four)…Helped the Packers rank No. 1 in scoring (31.8 ppg), giveaways (franchise-record 11), zero-giveaway games (team-record 10), red-zone TD percentage (team-record 80.0) and time of possession (32:29), No. 2 in third-down percentage (team-record 49.4), No. 5 in total offense (389.0 ypg) and yards per play (6.29), No. 8 in rushing offense (132.4 ypg), No. 9 in passing offense (256.6 ypg) and No. 7 in rushing average (4.78)…Helped protect QB Aaron Rodgers as he led the NFL in passer rating (121.5), passing TDs (team-record 48), completion percentage (team-record 70.7) and interception percentage (0.95), the first NFL quarterback to lead the league in all four categories since Steve Young in 1992, on his way to earning league MVP honors…Was placed on injured reserve (knee) on Jan. 2 after sustaining the injury during practice on Dec. 31…At Minnesota (Sept. 13): Helped the Packers register their first game in franchise history with 40-plus points, 500-plus yards, 30-plus first downs and no turnovers…Vs. Detroit (Sept. 20): Helped clear holes for Jones' career-high 168 rushing yards and two TDs on 18 carries (9.3 avg.) as he finished with a career-best 236 yards from scrimmage, the third most in a game in franchise history. Part of an offense that racked up a season-high 259 yards rushing on 35 attempts (7.4 avg.), the top yardage total by Green Bay since Dec. 28, 2003, vs. Denver (262 yards on 34 carries)…At Tampa Bay (Oct. 18): Started at LT and played the first 40 offensive snaps before departing the game due to a chest injury he sustained on Green Bay's opening offensive play from scrimmage in the third quarter that would sideline him for the next three games…At Houston (Oct. 25): Was inactive due to a chest injury, snapping a streak of 48 consecutive regular-season games played dating back to 2017…Vs. Chicago (Nov. 29): Part of a line that did not allow a sack as Rodgers posted a 132.3 passer rating (21 of 29 for 211 yards and four TDs with no INTs)…Vs. Philadelphia (Dec. 6): Blocked for Jones, who racked up 130 yards on just 15 carries (8.7 avg.), highlighted by a career-long 77-yard TD run in the fourth quarter as he became the first player in team history to have two TD runs of 75-plus yards in a season…Vs. Tennessee (Dec. 27): Protected Rodgers as he completed 21 of 25 passes for 231 yards and four TDs with one INT (128.1 rating). Also helped block for the Packers' 234 rushing yards on 37 carries (6.3 avg.), the first time Green Bay rushed for 195-plus yards and multiple TDs in back-to-back games since 1972 (Dec. 3-10). Helped clear the way for RB AJ Dillon to rack up 124 yards and two TDs on 21 carries (5.9 avg.), the first rookie in franchise history with 120-plus rushing yards and two rushing TDs in a game.
2019: Started all 16 games at LT for the fifth time in his career...Earned second-team All-Pro honors, his fourth consecutive season receiving All-Pro recognition from AP...Was selected to his second career Pro Bowl, his first as an original selection...Was named to the All-NFC team by the PFWA...Part of an offense that ranked No. 2 in the league in giveaways (13), No. 1 in zero-turnover games (nine) and No. 8 in red-zone TD percentage (64.0)...Helped the offense register 18 rushing TDs on the season (tied for No. 7 in the NFL), the most by the Packers since 2009 (20)...Helped clear the way for Jones, who posted 1,084 rushing yards and a career-best 16 rushing TDs, which was tied for the most in the NFL in '19 and was the second most in team history behind only FB Jim Taylor (19 in 1962)…Protected Rodgers as he led the league in INT percentage (0.70) and tied for the league lead with 12 zero-INT games…Started both games at LT in the playoffs…Vs. Denver (Sept. 22): Helped the Packers post their first zero-sack game since Nov. 28, 2016, at Philadelphia...Vs. Philadelphia (Sept. 26): Helped to protect Rodgers as he threw for 422 yards and two TDs on 34-of-53 passing. Part of an offense that registered season highs for total net yards (491) and first downs (31)...At Dallas (Oct. 6): Helped to clear the way for Jones' 182 yards from scrimmage (107 rushing, 75 receiving) along with four rushing TDs as Jones matched the single-game franchise record for rushing TDs...Vs. Oakland (Oct. 20): Part of an offense that posted a season-high 42 points and 481 total yards, highlighted by Rodgers' season-high 429 passing yards and five TDs with no INTs on 25-of-31 passing as he set a single-game franchise record with a perfect 158.3 passer rating. Helped the offense average 8.75 yards per play, the best average by the Packers since Nov. 16, 1997, at Indianapolis (10.02). Part of a line that allowed just one sack, giving Green Bay a streak of six consecutive games with two or fewer sacks allowed, the longest single-season streak by the Packers since a 10-game streak in 2007…At Kansas City (Oct. 27): Blocked for Jones, who racked up a season-best 226 yards from scrimmage (67 rushing, 159 receiving), the fifth-best mark in team history and the top total since RB Ahman Green registered 227 scrimmage yards vs. Denver on Dec. 28, 2003...At Minnesota (Dec. 23): Helped clear the way as the Packers posted season highs for rushing yards (184 yards on 32 carries, 5.8 avg.) and time of possession (37:32). Blocked for Jones as he registered a season-high 154 rushing yards and two TDs on 23 carries (6.7 avg.)…Vs. Seattle (NFC Divisional, Jan. 12): Helped to protect Rodgers as he connected on 16 of 27 passes for 243 yards and two TDs with no INTs for a 113.7 rating. Part of an offense that converted 9 of 14 third downs (64.3 percent), the top percentage by Green Bay in a playoff game since posting the same number (9 of 14) vs. Dallas in the 2014 postseason.
2018: Started all 16 games at LT and earned first-team All-Pro honors from AP, the first Packers offensive tackle to earn first-team recognition since Gregg in 1967...Was named to the PFWA's All-NFL team and the PFWA's All-NFC team...Was named a Pro Bowl alternate...Helped the Packers rank No. 2 in the NFL in yards per carry (5.01) and giveaways (15), No. 1 in rushing first-down percentage (29.4) and No. 9 in net passing yards (264.9 ypg)...Helped clear holes for Jones, who became the first Packer to lead the league in yards per carry (5.47) since the NFL went to a 16-game schedule in 1978…Blocked for an offense that produced a single-season franchise-record seven games with 100-plus rushing yards on 25 or fewer attempts, tied with Miami for the most in the league on the season and tied for the most by an NFL team since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger (also 1995 Detroit Lions)…Vs. Chicago (Sept. 9): Helped to protect Rodgers as he connected on 20 of 30 passes (66.7 percent) for 286 yards and three TDs with no INTs for a 130.7 passer rating. Part of a line that did not allow a sack in the second half as the Packers came back from 20 points down in the second half to beat the Bears, 24-23…At Detroit (Oct. 7): Blocked for an offense that racked up 521 yards of offense, the most by the Packers since Sept. 15, 2013, vs. Washington (580 yards). Protected Rodgers as he threw for 442 yards, tied for the third most in a game in franchise history, and three TDs on 32-of-52 passing…Vs. San Francisco (Oct. 15): Blocked for Rodgers as he became the first QB in NFL history to record back-to-back 400-yard passing games with no INTs (425 yards and two TDs on 25-of-46 passing). Helped the Packers post 521 yards of offense, just the second time in franchise history (1983) that the team registered back-to-back 500-yard games...Vs. Miami (Nov. 11): Helped clear the way for the offense to rush for a season-high 195 yards and two TDs on just 25 carries (7.8 avg.)…Vs. Atlanta (Dec. 9): Protected Rodgers as he posted his ninth straight zero-INT game (tied for No. 2 in NFL history) and brought his streak of consecutive attempts without an INT to 368 (eventually ended at 402), a new NFL record as he moved past Patriots QB Tom Brady (358)...At N.Y. Jets (Dec. 23): Blocked for an offense that racked up a season-high 540 yards, the most by the Packers since Sept. 15, 2013, vs. Washington (580). It marked Green Bay's third game of the season with 500-plus yards, tying the single-season franchise record (1983). Protected Rodgers as he connected on 37 of 55 passes for 442 yards and two TDs with no INTs and was part of an offense that registered 35 first downs, the second most in a game in franchise history (37 at Philadelphia, Nov. 11, 1962).
2017: Started at LT in all 12 games he appeared in, earning second-team AP All-Pro honors for the second consecutive season…Was named an alternate for the Pro Bowl…Helped the offense rank No. 3 in red-zone scoring (61.9 pct.), No. 5 in yards per carry (4.47 avg.) and tied for No. 6 in 10-play drives (30)...Was penalized a career-low two times on the season…At Atlanta (Sept. 17): Inactive due to a hamstring injury he sustained in the fourth quarter vs. Seattle in Week 1, an injury that would sideline him for four games…Vs. New Orleans (Oct. 22): Helped the offense register 181 rushing yards and two TDs on 24 carries (7.5 avg.), highlighted by Jones' season-high 131 yards and a TD on 17 attempts (7.7 avg.)…At Chicago (Nov. 12): Part of an offense that rushed for 160 yards on 37 carries (4.3 avg.), the most rushing yards allowed by the Bears on the season to that point. Blocked for QB Brett Hundley as he completed 18 of 25 passes for 212 yards and a TD for a 110.8 passer rating…At Pittsburgh (Nov. 26): Helped to protect Hundley as he posted a career-high 134.3 passer rating by connecting on 17 of 26 passes for 245 yards and three TDs with no INTs…Vs. Tampa Bay (Dec. 3): Part of an offense that registered a season-high 199 rushing yards and two TDs on 29 carries (6.9 avg.), including a career-best 113 yards and a TD on 21 carries (5.4 avg.) from RB Jamaal Williams. Also helped Hundley rush for a career-high 66 yards, the first time in franchise history (since 1933) that the Packers had a 100-yard rusher and a QB rush for 65-plus yards in the same game...At Cleveland (Dec. 10): Helped protect Hundley as he was only sacked once on the afternoon and completed a career-high 35 of 46 passes (76.1 pct.) for 265 yards and three TDs with no INTs for a 111.2 rating.
2016: Started all 16 games at LT for the third time in his career and also started all three postseason contests...Was selected to his first career Pro Bowl, having initially been named a first alternate before being selected as an injury replacement for Peters…Earned second-team All-Pro honors from AP, the first Green Bay tackle to receive AP All-Pro recognition since Gregg in 1967 (first-team selection)…Was part of a line that helped the Packers rank in the top 10 in the NFL in scoring (No. 4, 27.0 ppg), total offense (No. 8, 368.8 ypg), passing offense (No. 7, 262.4 ypg), yards per carry (No. 7, 4.55), third-down conversions (No. 2, 46.7), first downs (No. 7, 349), time of possession (No. 5, 31:14) and giveaways (t-No. 8, 17)…Vs. Chicago (Oct. 20): Helped the offense record season highs for first downs (32) and time of possession (39:36). The first-down total was tied for the second-best single-game mark in franchise history and the time of possession was the best mark by Green Bay since Oct. 27, 2013, at Minnesota (40:54). Protected Rodgers as he completed a franchise-record 39 passes, including 10-plus passes to three different players (WRs Davante Adams, Randall Cobb and Ty Montgomery), only the second time in NFL history (New England Patriots, Nov. 13, 1994) that a team had accomplished that feat in a game…At Philadelphia (Nov. 28): Protected Rodgers as the line didn't allow a sack and provided time for him to complete 30 of 39 passes for 313 yards and two TDs for a 116.7 passer rating…At Chicago (Dec. 18): Part of an offense that racked up a season-best 451 total yards, highlighted by a season-high 226 yards rushing and three TDs on just 23 carries (9.8 avg.). The average of 9.8 yards per carry was the best in franchise history (since 1940) in games with 20-plus attempts, topping the previous high of 9.2 yards per carry at Washington on Oct. 10, 2010 (17 carries for 157 yards). Helped clear holes for Montgomery to rush for a career-high 162 yards and two TDs on 16 attempts (10.1 avg.), the best yardage output by a Green Bay player since RB Samkon Gado's 171-yard outing vs. Detroit on Dec. 11, 2005…At Detroit (Jan. 1): Helped the offense post 448 yards and 28 first downs as the Packers registered their fourth straight 30-point game, tied for the second-longest single-season streak in team history, and their fourth consecutive zero-giveaway game, tying the franchise record…Vs. N.Y. Giants (NFC Wild Card, Jan. 8): Part of a line that helped protect Rodgers as he completed 25 of 40 passes for 362 yards and four TDs with no INTs for a 125.2 rating. Part of an offense that did not turn the ball over for the fifth straight game, the longest streak in team annals (including playoffs)…At Dallas (NFC Divisional, Jan. 15): Started and played 64 of 67 snaps, missing one series in the second quarter due to a knee injury. Protected Rodgers as he became just the second QB in NFL history (Drew Brees, 2011) to throw for 350-plus yards in back-to-back games in a single postseason with 355 yards and two TDs on 28-of-43 passing. It marked the sixth straight game with 30-plus points, the longest streak by the Packers (including playoffs) since a seven-game streak in 1963.
2015: Started all 14 games he played in at LT and also opened one playoff contest…Was sidelined for two regular-season games (Weeks 16-17) and one postseason contest (NFC Wild Card, at Washington) due to an ankle injury…Part of a line that helped the Packers rank tied for No. 4 in the NFL in giveaways (17) and No. 12 in rushing (115.6 ypg)…Helped block for RBs Eddie Lacy (758) and James Starks (601) as they became the first Green Bay duo since 1985 to both rush for 600-plus yards in the same season…Vs. Dallas (Dec. 13): Helped the Packers post season highs for rushing yards (230), first downs (29) and time of possession (37:48). The 230 rushing yards on a season-high 44 attempts (5.2 avg.) were the most by Green Bay in a game since Nov. 29, 2004, vs. St. Louis (231 yards on 28 carries). Helped block for a pair of 70-yard rushers in Lacy (season-high 124 yards and a TD on 24 carries) and RB James Starks (71 yards and a TD on 11 attempts)…At Oakland (Dec. 20): Played 67 of 76 snaps, departing the game with just over five minutes remaining due to an ankle injury that would sideline him for the final two regular-season games and the first playoff contest, the first games he had missed in his career…At Arizona (NFC Divisional, Jan. 16): Started at LT and was part of a line that allowed just one sack of Rodgers on the evening.
2014: Started all 16 games and both playoff contests at LT and was named a Pro Bowl alternate…Part of an offense that ranked No. 1 in the league in scoring (30.4), No. 6 in total offense (386.1 ypg) and tied for No. 1 in fewest giveaways (13)…Part of a line that allowed only nine sacks over the final eight regular-season games, the second-fewest allowed over that span behind only Denver (eight)…Helped the Packers finish tied for No. 9 in the NFL in total sacks allowed with 30 on the season, the fewest given up by Green Bay since 2007 (19)…Part of an offense that posted 356 first downs, the most in team history to that point…Protected Rodgers on his way to earning NFL Most Valuable Player honors from AP as he ranked No. 1 in the league in TD/INT ratio (7.60, 38/5), No. 2 in passer rating (112.2) and yards per attempt (8.43) and No. 3 in TD passes (38)…Blocked for Lacy as he ranked No. 7 in the NFL with 1,139 rushing yards on the season…Vs. Minnesota (Oct. 2): Helped the offense rack up 42 points and 156 rushing yards, including Lacy's 105 yards and two TDs on just 13 attempts, an 8.1-yard average that was a career high (min. 10 attempts)…Vs. Carolina (Oct. 19): Blocked for Rodgers as he completed 19 of 22 passes for 255 yards and three TDs, a career-high completion percentage of 86.4 and a passer rating of 154.5 that was the third best of his career…At New Orleans (Oct. 26): Helped protect Rodgers on his way to 418 yards on 28-of-39 passing and helped Lacy (123) and Cobb (126) become the first Green Bay RB/WR duo to both post 100 yards receiving in the same game since RB Eddie Lee Ivery (128) and WR Aundra Thompson (102) did so at Tampa Bay on Oct. 12, 1980…Vs. Chicago (Nov. 9): Helped the offense rack up 55 points, tied for the third most in a game in team annals, and 451 total yards. Part of a line that didn't allow a sack and helped Rodgers throw for six TDs, which tied the single-game franchise record, with all of them coming in the first half as he tied Raiders QB Daryle Lamonica (1969) for the most in a half in NFL history…Vs. Atlanta (Dec. 8): Part of an offense that registered season highs for total yards (502), rushing yards (179) and first downs (28)…Vs. Dallas (NFC Divisional, Jan. 11): Blocked for Rodgers (316) and Lacy (101) as the Packers had both a 300-yard passer and a 100-yard rusher in a playoff game for the first time in team history.
2013: Started all 16 games at LT, becoming the first rookie to do so for Green Bay since the league went to a 16-game schedule in 1978…Became the first Packers rookie since Koncar (14 games in 1976) to start every regular-season game at LT…Was competing for the starting RT job early in training camp but made the switch to the starting LT position when veteran Bryan Bulaga was lost to a season-ending knee injury that he sustained during the annual Family Night scrimmage on Aug. 3…Was part of an offense that ranked No. 3 in the NFL with 6,404 yards of offense, the second most in franchise history, despite having four different starting QBs on the season with Rodgers sidelined for seven games due to a fractured collarbone…Helped Green Bay finish in the top 10 in both rushing (No. 7) and passing (No. 6) for the first time since 2004…Blocked for Lacy as he rushed for 1,178 yards, the most by a rookie in team history, as Lacy was selected to the Pro Bowl and was named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year by AP…At San Francisco (Sept. 8): Became the first rookie to start at LT for the Packers in a season opener since Ruettgers in 1985 and just the fourth to do so for Green Bay since the 1970 merger…Vs. Washington (Sept. 15): Helped the offense amass 580 total yards, the second-highest single-game total in team history. Protected Rodgers as he tied a franchise record with 480 passing yards, along with four TDs, on 34-of-42 passing. Also helped clear lanes for Starks to rush for 132 yards on 20 carries (6.6 avg.), making Rodgers and Starks the first pair of teammates in NFL history to surpass the 450-yard passing and 125-yard rushing marks in the same game…At Minnesota (Oct. 27): Helped the offense rack up 464 total yards with no punts and no turnovers…Vs. Chicago (Nov. 4): Helped clear the way for a rushing attack that generated 199 yards and two TDs on 29 carries (6.9 avg.), highlighted by Lacy's career-high 150 yards on 22 attempts (6.8 avg.)…At N.Y. Giants (Nov. 17): Was part of a line that did not allow a sack of QB Scott Tolzien as he threw for 339 yards, the most by a QB in his first start in franchise history…At Dallas (Dec. 15): Part of a blocking unit that cleared the way for a second-half comeback highlighted by five straight TD drives that helped erase a 26-3 deficit in the 37-36 win, matching the biggest comeback in team history. Protected QB Matt Flynn as he completed 26 of 39 attempts for 299 yards and four TDs, with all four of the TD passes coming in the second half, a franchise record…2013 Draft: Drafted by Green Bay with the first of three fourth-round selections (No. 109 overall). The choice was obtained in a draft-day trade with the Miami Dolphins, along with a fifth-round pick (No. 146 overall) and a seventh-round selection (No. 224 overall), in exchange for a third-round choice (No. 93 overall). Became the first Colorado offensive lineman to be drafted by the Packers since Garten in 1991 (sixth round, No. 164 overall).
COLLEGE: Played in 34 games with 33 starts during his three seasons at Colorado…Was the starter at LT as a sophomore and junior after starting at RT as a redshirt freshman…Earned second-team All-Pacific-12 honors from the conference's coaches each of his last two seasons…Majored in communication…Junior season (2012): Started 11 games at LT and was named second-team All-Pac-12 by the conference's coaches…Also earned second-team all-conference recognition from Phil Steele's College Football…Was the co-recipient of the John Mack Award as the team's most outstanding offensive player…Named to the watch lists for both the Outland Trophy and the Lombardi Award…Graded out as the team's top lineman at 89.8 percent, with 655 "plus" plays out of 729 total…Finished second on the team with 41 "will-breaker" blocks…Allowed just 2½ sacks and only one pressure on the season…Graded out at 80 percent or above in all 11 games he appeared…Posted a season-best 92.5 percent grade as the offense racked up a season-high 531 total yards at Washington State (Sept. 22)…Sophomore season (2011): Opened 11 games at LT and earned second-team All-Pac-12 recognition from the conference's coaches and Phil Steele's College Football…Was named a second-team Sophomore All-American by CollegeFootballNews.com…Graded out to 84.4 percent on the season (532 plus plays out of 630 total snaps), the second highest on the CU line…Graded out to 80 percent or better in nine of his 11 games…Allowed just two sacks and three pressures on the season…Sustained a severe knee sprain in the season opener at Hawaii (Sept. 3), which sidelined him for the next two games (vs. California, vs. Colorado State)…In his first game back from the knee injury, posted a season-high grade of 90.4 percent at Ohio State (Sept. 24)…Helped the offense rack up 500 yards of total offense vs. Arizona (Nov. 12), including a season-high 273 rushing yards on 45 carries (6.1 avg.)…Redshirt freshman season (2010): Appeared in all 12 games with 11 starts at RT…Was an honorable mention All-Big 12 selection by AP…Earned honorable mention Freshman All-America honors from CollegeFootballNews.com…Played the third-most snaps on offense (796), trailing only fellow offensive linemen Nate Solder and Ryan Miller…Graded out at 89.8 percent for the season (715 plus plays), second best on the line behind only Solder (94.3)…Graded out to 80 percent or better in all 12 contests and 90 percent or better in seven games…Allowed just one sack and seven pressures…Helped the Buffaloes record 452 yards of total offense, including 252 rushing yards on 52 carries (4.8 avg.) vs. Hawai'i (Sept. 18)…Posted a career-high grade of 94.7 percent (71 plus plays on 75 snaps) and helped the offense rack up 476 total yards vs. Kansas State (Nov. 20), including 251 rushing yards on 44 carries (5.7 avg.)…Earned second-team Academic All-Big 12 honors.
PERSONAL: Given name David Afrasiab Assad Bakhtiari…Last name is pronounced bock-tee-R-ee…Born in San Mateo, Calif. …Married, wife's name is Frankie...Oldest brother, Eric, played linebacker for the Tennessee Titans (2009) and San Francisco 49ers (2012)…Another older brother, Andrew, played defensive end at the University of San Diego…Appeared in the movie Pitch Perfect 2 in 2015 with four of his teammates…High school: Earned All-Western Catholic Athletic League, All-San Mateo County and all-metro honors as a senior at Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo, Calif. …His senior season marked his first year as a starter in football at any level…Helped his team win the WCAL championship and advance to the state semifinals…Was honored by the Bay Area News Group as a member of the 2008 Cream of the Crop team among seniors, ranking No. 8 out of the 25 players from northern California selected on college potential from a survey of college coaches…Also lettered in lacrosse as a sophomore and as a junior, winning the Lock Down Award as the team's top hitter…Community involvement: Supports the Fund A Dream scholarship at his high school…Signed autographs at the Jerry Parins Cruise for Cancer in exchange for donations.