|Height / Weight:|
6-6 / 304
Started seven contests at right tackle ... graded 74% for the season with 60 knockdown blocks ... graded a best of 90% at Iowa State ... top game for knockdowns was nine against Oklahoma State.
Was the starter at right tackle until going down in the Colorado game with a broken left leg ... missed the remainder of the season ... graded at 80% in his seven games ... credited with 53 knockdowns, including 12 against Texas ... his best grade, 86%, came in the Middle Tennessee game.
Started games two through four at right tackle ... played in 11 games.
Rated the No. 53 player in the nation by Rivals.com ... rated the No. 6 offensive lineman in the nation by PrepStar and No. 13 by SuperPrep ... PrepStar All-American ... first team all-atate, All-Northeastern Ohio and All-Steel Valley his junior and senior seasons ... a three-year letterman and a two-year starter ... graded out at 87% on run blocking and 96% on pass blocking his senior year ... team posted a 5-5 mark ... recorded an 86% run blocking grade and 91% pass blocking grade as a junior ... helped team reach the state semifinals and record a mark of 8-6 in 2002 ... varsity letterman in basketball ... led his conference in scoring ... competed in shot put and discus on the track and field team ... football coach was Don Murphy.
Signed with Oklahoma in 2004 ... enrolled at OU in spring 2005 ... born Dec. 10, 1985 ... son of Eric Braxton and Tonya Harris ... cousin of Samaki Walker, who played 10 seasons in the NBA ... sociology major.