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Washington, DC | 6034 | 330 | 5.25E | 2019
Big, strong, physical and wide, making it extremely hard for pass-rushers to get through or around. He does a nice job on chip blocks and getting a body on multiple defenders on any given play. Does well against speed rushers due to his athleticism and ability to change direction but lacks the speed and footwork to play outside. He has a proven track record playing in the Big Ten and has started since his redshirt freshman season at both right tackle and right guard. A visual learner, according to his offensive line coach Tyler Bowen, who sends online video clips and uses practice footage to show examples of the right technique. He has gained about 30 pounds since his freshman season. While he has the experience playing both tackle and guard, he is definitely better suited on the inside, where he can compete for a starting job at the next level.
2016: Started all 13 games at right tackle … helped pave the way for a Maryland rushing offense that eclipsed 2,500 yards for the first time since 2003 … helped Ty Johnson become the ninth 1,000-yard rusher in Maryland history … led way for Maryland to score six rushing touchdowns against Howard (9/3)… blocked for Ty Johnson’s 204-yard rushing performance vs. Purdue (10/1) … helped Ty Johnson and Lorenzo Harrison both eclipse 100 rushing yards vs. Michigan State (10/22) … blocked for Ty Johnson’s 142-yard rushing day at Indiana (10/29) … helped Ty Johnson rush for 168 yards vs. Rutgers (11/26).
2015: Appeared in 10 games, making six starts at right tackle … made first career start at West Virginia (9/26), helping to pave the way for Brandon Ross’ 130 rushing yards … helped Perry Hills run for a Maryland quarterback record 170 yards at #1 Ohio State (10/10) … aided Perry Hills’ 124-yard rushing performance against Penn State (10/24) … helped team gain 401 rushing yards in season finale victory at Rutgers (11/28) – the first time the team had eclipsed 400 yards since 1999.
2014: Did not see game action.
High School: One of the most dominant offensive lineman in the country … selected to the 2014 Under Armour All-America Game … named a Parade All-American … tabbed as a first team All-USA honoree by USA Today … a two-time Maryland Consensus All-State selection … a two-time Washington Post first team All-Met selection … a two-time first team All-WCAC selection … rated a five-star recruit and the No. 20 player in the nation by Rivals … tabbed a four-star recruit by ESPN and Scout … coached by Keith Goganious.
Personal: Born in Oxon Hill, Md. … mother is Gloria Prince … grandfather is Dana Prince … majoring in family science.