At 6-foot-3, 300 pound center was a four-year starter at New Hampshire and was named to the Beyond Sports Network's FBS All-America team as well as the Associated Press and Walter Camp teams.
He has generated a great deal of interest around the NFL and is expected to be a late round pick for a team looking for depth at center and utility interior offensive lineman.
As a senior last season, he started the entire season for the second-highest scoring offense in the CAA which averaged 36.0 points per game.
He would have started every game of his 4-year career at New Hampshire if not for a shoulder injury he suffered during the 2013 season.
While he lacks ideal size for a team like the Raiders who are looking to run a power scheme, he excels at second level blocking in an uptempo system, which new offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave said he will institute from his season under Chip Kelly in Philadelphia.