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Herriman High School
- Three-year starter from 2019-21
- One of six players to start all 13 games in 2021
- Named to both the Phil Steele and Pro Football Network 2021 All-Independent First Team Offense
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- Major: Communications
- Parents are Debbie and James
- Dad, James, played linebacker for BYU (1994-95)
- Mom, Debbie Dimond, was an honorable mention All-American BYU women's basketball player, where she played from 1991-95. She is the eighth-highest scorer in BYU women's basketball history
- Sister, Sierra, is a thrower on the BYU track and field team
- Has four sisters
- Prepped at Herriman High School under Dustin Pearce
- Principal's Honor Roll student
- UHSAA Spirit of Sport Award
- 2015 state champion
- Three-time team captain
- Two-time all-region
- Six-time all-state in track and field
- State champion in the shot put and javelin
- 2018 all-state basketball
- Two-time basketball team captain
- Holds the 6A javelin state record
- Also recruited by Utah, UCLA, USC, Washington and Vanderbilt
BYU Hall of Fame
Freshman Year 2019
- Started the final seven games of the season at right tackle as a true freshman
- Part of an offensive line unit ranked No. 12 by Pro Football Focus
- Offense ranked No. 26 in passing yards per game at 284.7
- Part of a unit that ranked No. 8 in total offense in the month of November with 520.6 yards per game
Sophmore Year 2021
- Started all 13 games at left tackle
- One of three offensive player and six players overall to start every game
- Led BYU offense to...
- Scoring 33 points per game.
- Averaging 452 yards of total offense per game.
- Converting on 46% of third downs.
- Scoring on 89% of red zone trips (49 of 55), 75% of which (41) were touchdowns.
- Allowing just 15 sacks on the season.
- Named to Phil Steele All-Independent First Team Offense
- Named to Pro Football Network All-Independent First Team Offense
- Named to Joe Moore Award Midseason Watch list (with BYU offensive line)
- Part of Pro Football Network Offensive Line of the Year
Junior Year 2022
Medical Redshirt Year
- Played in 11 games, starting eight
- Tallied two solo stops on the season
- Helped the BYU offense line rank No. 8 in the nation for the fewest sacks allowed (12 sacks in 12 games) while only allowing two pressures on 293 pass-blocking regular-season snaps.
- Contributed to the BYU offense ranking No. 4 in scoring (43.5), No. 7 in total offense (522.2), and No. 8 passing offense (322.1), while also adding 190.1 yards rushing per game in 2020.
Outland Trophy Watch List 2022
Lombardi Award Watch List Barrington & Freeland
Blake Freeland 2022 Preseason All-American
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