|17||@Seahawks||L 24 - 27||1||1|
|16||Rams||L 9 - 31||1||1|
|15||@Falcons||L 14 - 40||1||1|
|14||Lions||L 3 - 17||1||1|
|13||@Packers||W 20 - 17||1||1|
|12||@Chargers||L 10 - 45||1||1|
|11||Raiders||L 21 - 23||1||1|
|10||@Chiefs||L 14 - 26||1||1|
|8||49ers||W 18 - 15||1||1|
|7||Broncos||L 10 - 45||1||1|
|6||@Vikings||L 17 - 27||1||1|
|5||@49ers||W 28 - 18||1||1|
|4||Seahawks||L 17 - 20||1||1|
|3||Bears||L 14 - 16||1||1|
|2||@Rams||L 0 - 34||1||1|
|1||Redskins||L 6 - 24||1||1|
- Selected by the Cardinals in the third round (97th overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft out of Michigan. Joins Hall of Fame T Dan Dierdorf (2nd round, 43rd overall, 1971) as the only Wolverine offensive linemen selected by the Cardinals since the inception of the common draft in 1967.
- Made 51 consecutive starts along the offensive line, setting a school record for an offensive lineman and tying the overall record for a Wolverine player.
- As a freshman in 2014, became the first true freshman in Michigan’s storied history to start a season-opener on the offensive line.
- Left Michigan with a streak of 104 consecutive starts that dates back to his freshman year at East Lake (Tarpon Springs, FL) High School. That includes 53 in a row at the prep level and 51 straight at Michigan.
In four seasons at Michigan (2014-17), started all 51 games setting a school record for an offensive lineman and tying the overall record for a Wolverine player … started 25 consecutive games at left tackle for the Wolverines before switching to center in 2016 … started all 13 games at center in 2016 before switching back to left tackle for his senior season … earned All-Big Ten honors at both left tackle and center – and was also on the Outland Trophy watch list at both positions.