Fresno State: Big, mobile guard who will be one of the cornerstones of this year's offensive line ... makes a switch back to left tackle this season, a position where he starred in 2003 ... a right guard in 2004 and a significant part of a line that ranked as one of the best in program history ... one of the strongest players on the team ... moved into a starting role midway through 2002 and has been a vital cog in the team's offense ... a certain candidate for All-WAC honors. (2004) Started every game at right guard, earning honorable mention All-WAC honors ... was instrumental in Fresno State averaging 40.2 points per game, the fifth-best average in the nation ... has been a part of line that has produced three consecutive 1,000-yard rushers. (2003) Played and started in 13 games ... a second-team All-WAC honoree ... missed only the season opener at Tennessee due to a leg injury ... became one of the team's most dominating linemen ... limited Nevada's All-WAC defensive end Jorge Cordova, the league's tackles for loss and sacks leader, to virtually no damage - and no tackles behind the line of scrimmage - in Fresno State's key victory over the Wolf Pack in November ... his effort was so impressive, he was the team's nominee for WAC Offensive Player of the Week after that game ... also played outstanding against UCLA's All-American Dave Ball in the bowl game, holding him to just five meaningless tackles, including none for loss and zero sacks. (2002) Played in eight games, starting five ... came on as the starting right guard as he gained experience. (2001) Redshirted.
High School: First-team All-Ivy League and All-CIF as an offensive lineman ... entered Fresno State with the ability to bench 385 pounds.
Personal: Born Nov. 5, 1983 ... parents' names are Cynthia Shyne and Vernon Shack ... has a brother, Joel, and three sisters, Tanora, Tiffany and Swamiek .