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2021: Started all 14 games at left tackle and earned second-team All-America honors from Phil Steele's College Football, The Athletic and the Football Writers Association of America…Earned first-team All-ACC honors from the coaches and media…Voted as the Jim Tatum Award winner, given annually to the top senior student-athlete among football players in the conference…Garnered semifinalist recognition for the prestigious William V. Campbell Trophy, an award given by the National Football Foundation to the player with the best combination of academics, community service and on-field performance…Saw action on more than 1,100 plays (1,205) and graded out at 94 percent for the season, including grading out at 90-plus percent in every game…According to Pro Football Focus, registered the highest pass-blocking grade (92.1 percent) of any FBS offensive lineman who played more than 25 snaps…Was part of an offense that became just the 20th ACC team in the college football modern era (post-World War II) to cross over the milestone of 500 points scored in a single season…The 574 points scored ranked No. 4 in ACC single-season history, an average of 41.0 points per game that ranked No. 4 in the nation in 2021…Helped the offense score 35-plus points in 12 of 14 games…Helped the team to an 11-3 record, tied for the most wins in a season in school history (2006)…Also helped set a program record with seven league victories…Blocked for QB Sam Hartman, who set single-season school records for passing yards (4,228) and passing TDs (39)…At Army (Oct. 23): Part of a 70-point effort, the third-most points in a game in school history and the most ever in a road contest, as the line provided time for Hartman to throw for a career-high 458 yards and five TDs…Vs. Duke (Oct. 30): Was named ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week for the first time in his career after helping the Demon Deacons get off to an 8-0 start with a 45-7 win, the best start in program history and the longest winning streak in program history. Blocked for Hartman, who threw for 402 yards and three TDs while also running for a pair of scores.