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2013 (Junior): Honorable mention All-Mountain West selection ... started all 13 games of the season at right guard ... member of offensive line that led the way for one of the nation's most prolific offense's, as the Bulldogs led the FBS in passing (394.8 ypg), ranked third in total offense (547.8 ypg) and was sixth in scoring (43.4 ppg) ... he and the rest of the team only allowed 11 sacks in 13 games, a figure that tied for the sixth-fewest sacks allowed in the FBS ... what makes that sack total so impressive is that Fresno State did so while throwing the ball 675 times in 2013, which was 246 more pass attempts than any other of the teams ranked ahead of the `Dogs in fewest sacks allowed ... he helped the Bulldog offense produce the best season in school history, setting 19 school offensive records in 2013 ... Fresno State's offensive line helped the team produce 500 yards of offense or more in 9-of-13 games, including five games with over 600 yards ... the Bulldogs, behind its offensive line, set a new school record with 822 yards of offense in the Nov. 23 victory over New Mexico.
2012 (Sophomore): Started all 13 games on the season - the first eight games at right tackle and the last five at right guard ... helped Fresno State average 40.8 points and 505.8 yards of offense in his five starts at right guard ... Fresno State led the Mountain West in scoring (37.9), passing (325.6) and was second in total offense (477.5) behind the Bulldog offensive line ... part of offensive line that allowed Fresno State to rank 17th nationally in scoring, 12th in passing and 16th in total offense ... the Bulldogs averaged 6.2 yards per play and 12.0 yards per completion behind the offensive line ... blocked for running back Robbie Rouse, who had nine 100-yard rushing games, and quarterback Derek Carr, who set a new MW record with 4,104 passing yards ... Carr was able to complete 67.3 percent of his passes and threw for 37 touchdowns ... part of offensive line that only allowed 29 sacks on 535 pass attempts - just 5.4 percent of the team's passes.
2011 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in all 13 games and made 10 starts on the offensive line ... helped the Bulldog offense average 411.8 yards per game ... guided running back Robbie Rouse to 1,549 yards rushing, a total that led the WAC and was the third most in a year in school history ... helped quarterback Derek Carr become the fifth Bulldog to throw for over 3,000 yards in a season ... Fresno State averaged 4.1 yards per rush, 12.7 yards per completion and 6.0 yards per play on the year behind the offensive line ... also led the team with four blocked kicks, including a field goal try at San Diego State, which Bulldog cornerback Isaiah Green was able to recover and return 59 yards for a touchdown ... helped Fresno State tie the program record with 10 blocked kicks on the season.
2010 (Freshman): Redshirted.
High School: Comes from the same high school that produced NFL All-Pro and former Bulldog All-American Logan Mankins ... played on the offensive line and at tight end for Mariposa ... had 11 receptions for 131 yards ... averaged 11.9 yards and scored a touchdown ... longest gain was for 29 yards ... had a single-game high of 42 yards over Delhi ... named a Modesto Bee All-Star ... named Co-Outstanding Lineman.
Personal: The only child of Mike Wichmann and Tally Allison ... born in Tuscon, Ariz. ... hobbies include rafting, fishing and swimming ... Logan Mankins is his favorite athlete because he is a great lineman, role model and he deserves a lot of respect ... chose Fresno State because it was an opportunity to continue playing football at a higher level of competition ... majoring in criminology-law enforcement.
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