In 2010: Ranks third among active ACC players in career field goals (26) and PATs (76) ... Has connected on 73 consecutive PATs, three away from the school record.
In 2009: A preseason candidate for the Lou Groza Award, he enters his senior campaign ranked eighth in school history in field goals made with 26 ... Has connected at a rate of .883 on field goals for his career, the fourth-best mark in school history ... Ranks second all-time in PAT percentage at .987, he has connected on 77 of 78 ... Connected on a perfect 44-44 point-after attempts last season, that tied as the best percentage in school history for a single season and ranked second for total kicks ... Connected on a career long 48-yard field goal in the win over Maryland ... Had connected on nine consecutive field goals, a mark tied for sixth in school history before missing his first and third attempt versus Pitt on September 26 ... Those misses were his first ever in Carter-Finley Stadium.
In 2008: Ranked fourth in the ACC in field goals (1.23 per game) and ranked third in field goal percentage (.842) ... His 16 field goals made in 2008 tied as the sixth-best single-season mark in school history, while his percentage ranked ninth ... Turned in his top performance of the season in the win over Miami, connecting on all three of his attempts, including a then-career-best 42-yarder ... Nailed a 41-yard field goal in the overtime win over East Carolina ... Nailed a 52-yard field goal during a spring scrimmage ... A 2009 preseason second-team All-ACC choice according to Athlon Sports and a fourth-team pick by Phil Steele's College Football Preview.
In 2007: Did not get into a game.
In 2006: Redshirted the season.
Prep: Named first team all-district, all-northern region, all-metro, all-AAA state as a senior ... Finished his career with 106 points scored ... Was 6-of-7 on field goals and 33-of-34 on extra points as a senior ... Hit 29-of-30 extra points as a junior, with the lone miss getting blocked ... Connected on 5-of-6 field goal attempts with his longest as a junior being 47-yards ... Coached by Bill Renner ... First-team All-MET in 2005 and honorable mention All-MET in 2004 by The Washington Post ... Majoring in technical education ... Born 6/15/88.