Fresno State: A smart and tough player ... has been a mainstay on the offensive line for the last two years … will be the starter at right tackle in 2002 ... made the move to right tackle last year after serving as the left tackle in 2000 ... has worked hard in the weight room and has added muscle in the upper body ... plays the game with passion and is very physical … along with Rodney Michael, adds experience to the line. (2001) An honorable mention All-WAC selection … played and started in all 14 games … did not allow a sack the entire season … served as the right tackle all year and was a major reason the Bulldog offense was among the best in the nation … a key to the Bulldogs becoming the first team in NCAA history to possess a 4,000-yard passer, two 1,000-yard receivers and one 1,000-yard rusher. (2000) Played in 12 games, starting 11 ... when Kevin Jordan switched to right tackle, he became the mainstay at left tackle, protecting quarterback David Carr’s blind side ... he started the final nine games at left tackle and was selected honorable mention All-WAC ... Bad Dog Award winner ... was selected to the Verizon CoSIDA All-District second-team and was a WAC Scholar-Athlete. (1999) Started the first three games at left tackle before suffering a broken foot in practice that sidelined him for the season. (1998) Redshirted and was selected the Dick Duncan Offensive Scout Team Award winner.
High School: Was first-team All-Sierra League, All-Inland Valley and All-CIF selection as a senior.
Personal: Born March 17, 1980 ... parents’ names are David and Anna Schey ... was named to the Verizon Academic All-District second team.