OU Football Video Library 2009 Saw action all 13 games while starting seven ... started season opener against BYU at right tackle ... returned to starting lineup against Kansas and started at right tackle for five straight games ... started at left tackle for the regular season finale against Oklahoma State in place of an injured Trent Williams and again in the Sun Bowl ... finished the season with 689 snaps and 37 knockdowns ... played a season-high 86 snaps at Nebraska ... scored his high grade of the season, 77%, against Tulsa ... had a 94% passing grade against Kansas State and 90% against Tulsa.
2008 Saw action in nine games as a reserve tackle ... had 16 knockdown blocks including five each versus Chattanooga and Washington ... was on the field for 148 plays.
2007 Competed in six contests for the Sooners on the offensive line ... saw most extensive action with 24 plays vs. North Texas ... graded 92% in pass blocking on the year.
2006 Played in the Middle Tennessee and Texas games before incurring an injury ... missed the remainder of the season ... received a medical hardship ruling to preserve a year of eligibility.
High School Finished his senior season with 46 pancake blocks and 30 cuts ... first team all-state as a senior ... earned all-area and all-district honors as a junior ... led Corsicana to an 11-2 record as a junior ... recorded more than 80 pancake blocks his junior season ... coached by Dave Henigan.
No. 131 player in the nation (CollegeFootballNews.com) No. 17 OL (CollegeFootballNews.com) No. 21 OL (Scout.com) No. 24 OL (PrepStar.com) Rivals.com Rivals250 2006 No. 10 OT in the nation (Rivals.com) No. 22 in the preseason Texas Top 100 (Rivals.com) No. 17 in Texas postseason Top 100 (Rivals.com) PrepStar All-American No. 12 player in Texas (SuperPrep) No. 21 OL in the nation (SuperPrep) SuperPrep All-American
Personal Parent: Deon Brandon ... has added 37 pounds since arriving to go from 271 to 308 ...multidisciplinary studiesmajor.
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