Alabama Football plays Mississippi State at Bryant Denny Stadium.
JUNIOR (2015): Tore his ACL in the first game of the 2013 season, but returned to the field in 2014 ... provides depth along one of the nation’s deepest defensive fronts ... leads the team with six pass breakups from a down lineman and has added 33 total tackles ... also has four quarterback hurries ... earned defensive player of the week recognition from the Alabama coaches for his efforts against ULM and Charleston Southern. Wisconsin: Saw action in the season opener, recording two total tackles, both assisted ... added a team-leading three pass breakups ... helped limit the Badger offense to just 268 yards of total offense and 17 points ... also plugged up the middle to limit UW to just 40 yards rushing on 21 total attempts. Middle Tennessee: Entered off the bench to provide the Tide with depth along the defensive line ... collected three tackles on the day ... helped limit the Blue Raider offense to just 86 yards on the ground. Ole Miss: A disruptive force up the middle, collected two tackles as well as his team-leading fourth pass breakup of the season. ULM: Made a season-high five stops along the defensive front and added one pass breakup ... helped limit the Warhawk offense to just 92 yards of total offense and only nine yards rushing. Georgia: Provided depth along the Alabama defensive front, putting pressure on the Bulldogs all afternoon ... did not record any stats by game’s end. Arkansas: Created a push along the defensive front, finishing his night with two quarterback hurries and one pass breakup to move his NCAA-leading total to six. Texas A&M: Put pressure on the Aggie quarterback, recording one hurry ... helped limit A&M to a season-low 23 points while holding the Aggie rushing attack to a lowly 32 yards on the ground. Tennessee: A force on the line, recorded one quarterback hurry and a tackle against the Vols ... provided depth to an Alabama defensive line rotation that recorded five sacks and eight quarterback hurries by day’s end. LSU: A key part in holding the Tiger offense below 200 yards, recorded four tackles, including half a tackle for a loss (-1 yard) ... helped limit the SEC’s leading rusher Leonard Fournette to 31 yards on 19 carries. Mississippi State: Made a season-high tying five stops along the defensive front ... helped bottle up Dak Prescott, limiting the Bulldogs’ leading rusher to only 14 yards rushing on 26 carries. Charleston Southern: Recorded four stops along the defensive front ... helped limit the Buccaneers to only 85 yards rushing. Auburn: Finished with one tackle along the defensive front ... helped plug holes to limit the Tiger rushing attack to only 91 yards, including just one yard on 14 carries in the second half. Florida: Made three total tackles along the defensive front ... was key in helping limit the Gators to only 15 yards on the ground. Michigan State: Notched three tackles along the defensive front ... played a key role in limiting the Spartan rushing attack to only 29 yards on the ground.
SOPHOMORE (2014): A regular in the defensive line rotation at end for the Crimson Tide defense ... played in 14 games and had 22 tackles with eight solo stops, 2.0 sacks (-5 yards), 5.5 tackles for loss (-11 yards) and two quarterback hurries. West Virginia: Came off the bench but was a force for the Alabama defense with five tackles ... helped limit the Mountaineers to just 28 rushing yards ... had two solo tackles. FAU: Played but did not record any stats vs. the Owls. Southern Miss: Recorded one solo tackle off the bench ... helped limit the Golden Eagles to only 56 rushing yards on 18 attempts ... added his first quarterback hurry of the season. Florida: Made one solo tackle, including one solo stop as the Tide limited the Gators to only 200 total yards. Arkansas: Added an assisted tackle in the Tide's win over the Razorbacks, while helping limit the SEC's best rushing attack to just 89 yards, 227 yards below their previous average. Tennessee: Registered the first sack of his career, dropping Vols quarterback Joshua Dobbs for a one-yard loss ... finished with two solo tackles. LSU: Made three tackles, including two solo stops ... had two tackles for loss (-2 yards) and helped limit the Tigers to just 3.3 yards per rush and 76 passing yards. Mississippi State: Turned in a career-best seven tackles with two tackles for loss (-7 yards) and one sack (-4 yards). Auburn: Recorded two assisted tackles with half of a tackle for loss (-1 yard) ... added his second quarterback hurry of the season in the win over the No. 15 Tigers.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2013): Played in one game before a knee injury ended his season ... had four tackles with two solo stops against Virginia Tech before the injury.
FRESHMAN (2012): Redshirt during his first season at the Capstone.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Picked the Crimson Tide on signing day to help solidify an outstanding 2012 class of defensive linemen ... a four-star talent with good power ... ranked 149th in the Rivals250 ... Rivals.com rated him as the No. 11 defensive tackle nationally and the No. 11 player in the state of Georgia ... Scout.com ranked him the country's 17th-best defensive tackle ... 247sports.com listed him as the No. 21 player in the Peach State and the No. 22 defensive tackle nationally ... ESPNU three-star prospect who was rated 42nd among defensive tackles and 56th in Georgia ... first team Georgia Sports Writers Association AAA All-State ... SuperPrep All-American and the publication's No. 13 player in the state of Georgia ... SuperPrep's No. 53 defensive line prospect (ends and tackles) ... Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 ... No. 77 on the PrepStar Dream Team ... PrepStar All-American and All-Atlantic Region choice ... PrepStar's No. 11 defensive tackle ... No. 50 in Mobile Press-Register's Super Southeast 120 ... had 109 tackles as a senior in 2011 with 8.5 sacks, four pass breakups and one blocked field goal ... had 76 tackles with 7.5 sacks, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries as a junior in 2010 ... coached by Mike Rozier at Henry County High School ... chose Alabama over Georgia Tech.