Played in and started three games ... missed final 11 games due to injury ... assisted on a tackle at Ohio State (9/9).
Played in nine games (missed four due to injury) but still ranked third on team with 5.5 tackles for loss and tied for second with 2.5 sacks ... all of his sacks occurred during three-game span to start Big 12 play (at TCU, vs. Texas, vs. Kansas State) ... registered 17 tackles ... made season-high four stops in win over Texas (10/8) ... recorded first career fumble recovery in win at West Virginia (11/19).
Played in and started 12 games at defensive tackle (did not play at Kansas State due to injury) ... recorded three tackles against TCU (11/21) ... produced two tackles, including a sack, at Baylor (11/14) ... posted four tackles against Iowa State (11/7) ... assisted on a tackle at Kansas (10/31) ... had one tackle against Texas Tech (10/24) ... set career high with seven tackles against Texas (10/10) ... made two tackles, including 0.5 tackles for loss, against Tulsa (9/19) ... recorded two tackles at Tennessee (9/12) ... made first start of career at defensive tackle against Akron (9/5), assisting on one tackle.
Played in 12 of 13 games, missing Russell Athletic Bowl against Clemson (12/29) due to injury ... assisted on a tackle against Oklahoma State (12/6) ... had one tackle against Kansas (11/22) ... made one tackle against Baylor (11/8) ... assisted on a tackle at Iowa State (11/1) ... set season high with three tackles against Texas (10/11) ... had one solo tackle at TCU (10/4) ... recorded first two tackles of career, including first sack, against Tennessee (9/13) ... made Sooners debut against Louisiana Tech (8/30).
Three-star recruit by Scout, Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN ... recorded 100 tackles, 13 TFLs, 10.0 sacks, an INT and a forced fumble as a senior ... had 12 carries for 55 yards with eight TDs ... defensive MVP for District 21-5A ... No. 44 defensive tackle by 247Sports, No. 48 by Rivals, No. 50 by ESPN and No. 90 by Scout ... No. 91 player in Texas by ESPN and No. 91 by 247Sports ... also offered by Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Missouri and Texas Tech.
Hails from Port Arthur, Texas (home of OU All-America running back Joe “Silver Shoes” Washington) ... graduated with a degree in arts and sciences.