As a Junior (2012): Saw action in 10 games, including nine starts … started the first four games at right guard … part of the Terp line that held William & Mary (9/1) without a sack … part of the line that helped Maryland rush for 144 yards against Temple (9/8) … helped open lanes for Wes Brown to rush for 74 yards on 14 carries (5.3 avg.) and one touchdown vs. Connecticut (9/15) … saw action on special teams vs. Wake Forest (10/6) … member of the line that helped the Terps rush for a season-high 206 yards against NC State (10/20) … started on the line that helped Maryland record 337 total yards of offense against Boston College (10/27) … started at right guard against Georgia Tech (11/3) and helped lead Maryland to 144 yards rushing … started on the line that helped Maryland run for 139 yards at Clemson (11/10) … started against Florida State (11/17).
As a Sophomore (2011): Saw action in five games along the offensive line … helped the offense rank third in the ACC in rushing (169.3 yards per game) and fourth in fewest sacks allowed (1.4 pg) … helped the team run for 198 yards against Towson (10/1), including 102 by Davin Meggett, while holding the Tigers without a sack … helped the Terps rack up 246 rushing yards against Georgia Tech (10/8), including 124 by QB C.J. Brown and 86 by Meggett … part of an effort that saw Maryland rush for a season-high 291 yards against Clemson (10/15) … also played as a reserve guard vs. Wake Forest (11/19) and made his first-career start at left guard vs. NC State (11/26).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2010): Played in two games … opened the season as a defensive lineman, but moved to offensive line after the BC game (10/23) … saw action on special teams vs. WVU (9/18) … also played as a reserve offensive lineman vs. Florida State (11/20).
As a Freshman (2009): Redshirt season as a defensive lineman … earned the defensive scout team player of the week a team-high three times, leading up to the Rutgers (Sept. 26), Wake Forest (Oct. 10) and Virginia (Oct. 17) games … joined the team in January and took part in spring practice.
At Forestville Military Academy: A heralded defensive lineman … ranked No. 6 nationally among strongside defensive ends by Rivals.com as a senior … also ranked third nationally among DEs against the run and fifth on the list of strongest ends by Rivals … No. 93 on Rivals.com’s top 100 players in the 2009 class … also a member (No. 2) of the Rivals.com 2008 Maryland Postseason Top 20 … a 2008 all-state selection … named most valuable lineman at the 2008 Crab Bowl, a local postseason all-star game … also considered Ohio State, Georgia, Michigan State, Tennessee and Boston College … coached by Charles Harley.
Personal: Born in Washington, D.C. … mother is Stacie Arnett … has two younger siblings (Ashante, 17; Malik, 15) … likes to play chess in his spare time … an American studies major … name is pronounced d-on-tay R-net.