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- Played in 43 games over four seasons at Mississippi, starting the final 22 games in his last two seasons.
- Started all 10 games at right tackle in 2020 and helped Mississippi reach the Outback Bowl, its first bowl appearance since the 2015 season.
- In 2019, started all 12 games at left guard and allowed just one sack in 416 pass blocks.
- Appeared in 21 games as a reserve offensive lineman in his first two seasons (2017-18).
- Earned first-team all-area honors from the Belleville News‐Democrat in both football and basketball, as well as 2A all‐state recognition in basketball from the Illinois Football Coaches Association.
- Selected by the Packers in the fourth round (No. 142 overall), becoming the 10th player drafted by the Packers out of Mississippi and the first since T Jeff Miller was chosen in the fourth round (No. 117 overall) of the 1995 NFL Draft.
- According to stathead.com, was the fourth-highest draft pick by the Packers out of Ole Miss after Miller, TE Allen Brown (Rd. 3, No. 38 overall in 1965) and DE Tony Bennett (Rd. 1, No. 18 overall in 1990).
- Played in 43 games over four seasons, starting the final 22 games over his final two seasons (10 games at right tackle in 2020 and 12 games at left guard in 2019).
- As a senior, blocked for an offense that ranked in the top three in the Southeastern Conference in yards per game (No. 1, 555.5), rushing yards per game (No. 1, 210.6), passing yards per attempt (No. 2, 10.3), completion percentage (No. 2, 71.0), rushing TDs (No. 2, 23), points per game (No. 3, 39.2), touchdowns (No. 3, 54), yards per play (No. 3, 6.97), passing TDs (No. 3, 30) and passing yards per game (No. 3, 344.9).
- In 2020, was part of a line that tied for No. 4 in the SEC with 19 sacks allowed.
- As a junior in 2019, allowed just one sack in 416 pass blocks.
- As a sophomore in 2018, appeared in all 12 games on special teams and as a reserve offensive lineman.
- Played in nine games as a redshirt freshman in 2017.
- Earned first-team all-area honors from the Belleville News-Democrat in both football and basketball, as well as 2A all-state recognition in basketball from the Illinois Football Coaches Association.
- Graduated with a degree in criminal justice.
2021 SEASON: Appeared in all 17 games with 16 starts at RG (Weeks 1-12, 14-17)...At New Orleans (Sept. 12): Started and played all 57 snaps in his NFL debut, becoming just the third Green Bay rookie to start at right guard in Week 1 since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger (William Whitticker, 2005; Tony Moll, 2006)…Vs. Detroit (Sept. 20): Started and played all 65 snaps, protecting QB Aaron Rodgers as he connected on 22 of 27 passes for 255 yards and four TDs with no INTs (145.6 rating)…At San Francisco (Sept. 26): Started and played all 63 snaps, blocking for Rodgers as he was sacked just once on the evening and as he completed 23 of 33 passes for 261 yards and two TDs (113.3 rating)…Vs. Pittsburgh (Oct. 3): Started and played all 72 snaps, helping to clear the way for the Packers' 131 rushing yards on 33 carries (4.0 avg.). Protected Rodgers as he threw for 248 yards and two TDs on 20-of-36 passing…At Cincinnati (Oct. 10): Started and played all 64 snaps, helping the offense produce a 300-yard passer (Rodgers, 344), a 200-yard receiver (Davante Adams, 206) and a 100-yard rusher (Aaron Jones, 103) in the same game for the first time in team history as the Packers posted 466 total yards of offense…At Chicago (Oct. 17): Started and played all 59 snaps, helping clear the way for the Packers' 154 rushing yards on 31 carries (5.0 avg.). Protected Rodgers as he completed 17 of 23 passes for 195 yards and two TDs (128.0 rating)…Vs. Washington (Oct. 24): Started and played all 56 snaps, protecting Rodgers as he threw for 274 yards and three TDs with no INTs (127.6 rating)…At Arizona (Oct. 28): Started and played all 73 snaps, protecting Rodgers as he was sacked just once on the evening as the Packers racked up 151 rushing yards on 34 carries (4.4 avg.)…At Kansas City (Nov. 7): Started at RG and appeared on all 63 snaps as part of a line that allowed only one sack for the second straight game…Vs. Seattle (Nov. 14): Started at RG and played all 74 snaps as the line allowed just one sack for the third consecutive game…At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Started at RG and played all 59 snaps, helping the offense rack up a season-high 467 yards of offense as Rodgers connected on 23 of 33 passes for 385 yards and four TDs with no INTs (148.4 rating)…Vs. L.A. Rams (Nov. 28): Started at RG and played all 82 snaps, protecting Rodgers as he was sacked just once and threw for 307 yards and two TDs with no INTs…Vs. Chicago (Dec. 12): Started at RG and played all 65 snaps, protecting Rodgers as he threw for 341 yards and four TDs with no INTs (141.1 rating)…At Baltimore (Dec. 19): Started at RG and played all 62 snaps, helping to protect Rodgers as he threw for three TDs and 268 yards with no INTs on 23-of-31 passing (132.2 rating)…Vs. Cleveland (Dec. 25): Started at RG and played all 59 snaps, helping the Packers register their first zero-sack game of the season as Rodgers threw for 202 yards and three TDs with no INTs (115.1 rating)…Vs. Minnesota (Jan. 2): Started at RG and played all 75 snaps, helping the offense rack up season highs for total yards (481), rushing yards (174) and first downs (29). Part of a line that did not allow a sack for the second straight game, the Packers' first time doing so since 2010 (Weeks 2-3). Took the final snap of the game (kneel-down) at LG…At Detroit (Jan. 9): Did not start, but played the entire second half at RG (36 snaps)…Vs. San Francisco (NFC Divisional, Jan. 22): Appeared on three plays on special teams.
2020: Started all 10 games at RT…Allowed two sacks in 430 pass blocks…Participated in the 2021 Reese's Senior Bowl…Blocked for an offense that ranked in the top three in the SEC in yards per game (No. 1, 555.5), rushing yards per game (No. 1, 210.6), passing yards per attempt (No. 2, 10.3), completion percentage (No. 2, 71.0), rushing TDs (No. 2, 23), points per game (No. 3, 39.2), touchdowns (No. 3, 54), yards per play (No. 3, 6.97), passing TDs (No. 3, 30) and passing yards per game (No. 3, 344.9)…Vs. Florida (Sept. 26): Finished with the best run-blocking grade among Ole Miss linemen. Blocked for an offense that tallied 613 total yards, marking the first time since 1969 (vs. Alabama) that the Rebels had over 600 yards of total offense and 400-plus yards passing vs. an SEC opponent…Vs. Alabama (Oct. 10): Was the highest-rated run blocker on the offensive line and helped the offense record 647 yards, the most a Crimson Tide defense has ever given up...At Arkansas (Oct. 17): Finished as the team's highest-graded run blocker (77.4)...Vs. Auburn (Oct. 24): Started at RT and blocked for a rushing attack that totaled 283 yards…Vs. South Carolina (Nov. 14): Blocked for an offense that totaled 708 total yards, the third most in school history and the most in an SEC contest...At LSU (Dec. 19): Played all 77 offensive snaps and blocked for a rushing attack that registered a season-high 307 yards...Vs. Indiana (Jan. 2): Took part in all 81 snaps in the bowl victory over the Hoosiers and graded out as the Rebels' second-best offensive lineman (78.0). Helped block for an offense that threw for 346 yards and two TDs against an Indiana team that was leading the FBS in interceptions coming into the game.
2019: Started all 12 games at LG, allowing just one sack in 416 pass blocks...Graded above 80 percent in pass blocking in four games...Played a total of 895 snaps, with 768 coming at LG and 141 at RG…Blocked for RB Jerrion Ealy, who rushed for 722 yards, the second-most rushing yards by an Ole Miss freshman, as well as six rushing TDs and eight total TDs, which both ranked second by a freshman in school history...At Memphis (Aug. 31): Made first career start at LG and did not allow a sack or QB hit on 53 snaps...Vs. Arkansas (Sept. 7): Played 81 snaps and did not allow a sack, helping the Rebel offense record 483 yards in the 31-17 win...Vs. Southeastern Louisiana (Sept. 14): Graded out at 72 percent while not allowing a sack or QB pressure and did not miss an assignment in the 40-29 win...Vs. California (Sept. 21): Did not allow a sack over 86 snaps...At Alabama (Sept. 28): Tied for team lead with 91 snaps, while not allowing a sack or QB hit...Vs. Vanderbilt (Oct. 5): Did not allow a sack or QB pressure on 59 snaps in a 31-6 win...At Missouri (Oct. 12): Allowed zero sacks, hits or hurries on 80 offensive snaps...Vs. Texas A&M (Oct. 19): Did not give up a sack or hurry on 79 snaps...At Auburn (Nov. 2): Allowed zero sacks or QB hits…Vs. New Mexico State (Nov. 9): Graded out at 72.2 percent on 61 snaps while not allowing a QB hit, pressure, sack or hurry. Helped Ole Miss record the fifth-most rushing yards in school history (447) and most since 1962...Vs. LSU (Nov. 16): Did not allow a sack or QB hit on a team-high 74 snaps and registered his first career tackle...At Mississippi State (Nov. 28): Tallied a team-high 79 snaps and did not surrender a QB hit or sack.
2018: Appeared in all 12 games on special teams and as a reserve offensive lineman...Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll for the fall…Vs. Southern Illinois (Sept. 8): Helped the Rebels put up 76 points (No. 5 in school history), 629 total yards (No. 6 in school history) and 470 passing yards (No. 2 in school history)…Vs. Kent State (Sept. 22): Played as a reserve offensive lineman, helping block for QB Jordan Ta'amu, who posted 442 passing yards (No. 4 in school history)…Vs. Louisiana-Monroe (Oct. 6): Played 19 snaps off the bench and helped block for an Ole Miss offense that set school records in both total offense (826 yards) and passing yards (517). The 826 total yards were the second-most ever by an SEC team.
2017: Played in nine games as a redshirt freshman...Vs. South Alabama (Sept. 2): Made his college debut in the season opener.
HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Nashville (Ill.) High School to the semifinals of the 2A state playoffs...Earned first-team all-area honors from the Belleville News-Democrat in both football and basketball, as well as 2A all-state recognition in basketball from the Illinois Football Coaches Association...Played offensive tackle, tight end and defensive end in football and power forward in basketball…Rated a four-star prospect by Scout and 247Sports and ranked among the top 250 national recruits by both outlets...Tabbed the 14th-best offensive tackle in the nation by Scout and 24th-best by 247Sports.
PERSONAL: Given name Royce Dalton Newman…Born in Breese, Ill. …His brother, Travis, played on the offensive line at Division II McKendree University from 2012-15 and his sister, Mackenzie, played volleyball at Rend Lake College.