He was named an All-American by Pro Football Weekly and a second-team All-SEC performer by the Associated Press and the conference’s coaches. He started all 13 games as part of an offensive line that allowed the offense to break 16 game or season school records. He was named SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week following the 52-3 win vs. New Mexico in which the Razorbacks piled up 632 yards of total offense while averaging 7.8 yards per play and earning 34 first downs, the second-highest single-game total in school history. Arkansas led the SEC in total offense, passing offense and scoring offense to become just the fifth different school, and first since 2001, to lead the conference in all three categories in a single season and became the sixth team in conference history, and second since 1992, to lead the SEC in passing offense for three straight seasons. The Razorbacks ranked 13th in the country with their average of 300.7 passing yards per game, 15th in the nation with an average of 36.8 points per game and 29th in the NCAA with an average of 438.1 yards of total offense per game.