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Ryan Pugh
Ryan Pugh

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hoover, Ala.

High School:
Hoover

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 297

Position:
OL

Major:
Building Science

CAREER -- Has started 31 games and appeared in 32.

2009 -- Associated Press Second-Team All-SEC ... Phil Steele's Third-Team Midseason All-SEC ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Second Team ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Started all 13 games ... Led o-linemen with 70 knockdown blocks this season ... Is part of line that allowed 21 sacks in 364 pass attempts this season ... Started at center in season opener vs. Louisiana Tech and tallied five knockdown blocks ... Did not allow a sack on 27 pass attempts vs. Tech ... Started against Mississippi State and did not allow a sack in 24 pass attempts ... Totaled nine knockdown blocks, second most among offensive linemen, against Mississippi State ... Played every snap vs. West Virginia and totaled 8.5 knockdown blocks ... Led Tigers with 12 knockdown blocks against Ball State ... Totaled six knockdown blocks vs. Tennessee ... Finished with third-highest knockdown total vs. Arkansas, with seven ... Against Kentucky, helped Tigers rush for 220 yards and totaled five knockdown blocks ... Finished second on o-line with eight knockdown blocks vs. LSU ... Registered 2.5 knockdown blocks vs. Ole Miss ... Played only first half vs. Furman and finished with six knockdown blocks, second most for o-linemen ... Led o-linemen with 70 knockdown blocks this season ... Is part of line that has allowed 21 sacks in 364 pass attempts this season ... Part of o-line that helped Tigers to 332 yards total offense and 21 points vs. Alabama ... Helped paved way to 420 yards total offense vs. Northwestern in Outback Bowl.

2008 -- SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Started every game .... Had season-high grade of 97 percent vs. UT Martin ... Finished with 70 rodeo blocks, 25 cockroach blocks and 15 pancake blocks ... In season opener vs. Louisiana-Monroe, grading at 88 percent on 74 snaps with three cockroach blocks, two pancake blocks and six rodeo blocks ... Graded at 89 percent overall on 76 snaps vs. Southern Miss ... Started at center and had 16 rodeo blocks, four cockroach blocks and one pancake blocks vs. USM ... Started second game at center, grading 88 percent overall on 75 snaps vs. Mississippi State ... Had 4.5 pancake blocks and 10 rodeo blocks vs. MSU ... Graded at 91 percent on 70 snaps vs. LSU with 10 rodeo, one cockroach and one pancake block vs. LSU ... On 71 snaps vs. Tennessee, graded at 86 percent overall with eight rodeo blocks ... Posted an 88 percent overall grade on 66 snaps vs. Vanderbilt ... Graded at 86 percent overall on 62 snaps vs. Arkansas ... Had six rode, six cockroach and one pancake blocks vs. Razorbacks ... Posted a team-best 96 percent overall grade on 66 snaps vs. West Virginia ... Also had two rodeo, five cockroach and 2.5 pancake blocs vs. WVA ... Graded at 81 percent overall on 71 snaps vs. Ole Miss ... Had two rodeo and three cockroach blocks vs. Rebels ... On 65 snaps vs. UT Martin, graded at 97 percent overall with six rodeo and one pancake block ... Against Georgia, posted a 93 percent overall grade on 70 snaps with four rodeo, two cockroach and one pancake blocks.

2007 -- Collegefootballnews.com's Freshman All-America Second Team ... Coaches' All-SEC Freshman Team ... Scout.com Honorable Mention Freshman All-American ... Appeared in seven games with six starts at left tackle .... Did not play in LSU game ... Also played center in second half of Vanderbilt game after starting center Jason Bosley was injured ... Made first career start in the New Mexico State game ... Was his first action in an Auburn uniform ... Posted a 87 percent grade overall, while finishing with a 102 percent score on assignments ... One of three true freshmen, joining RG Chaz Ramsey and RT Lee Ziemba, to start on the offensive line against the Aggies ... In first career SEC start, at Florida, posted a 73 percent overall grade and 89 percent on assignments ... Against Vanderbilt played 56 snaps, finishing with a 89 percent overall grade and a 101 percent on assignments ... In 50 snaps against Arkansas, graded out at 93 percent overall ... Suffered a leg injury in third quarter against the Razorbacks ... Limited to eight snaps vs. Ole Miss, grading at 96 percent ... Did not play vs. Tennessee Tech ... Returned to action against Alabama and graded at 87 percent overall on 65 snaps.

HIGH SCHOOL -- High School Coach: Rush Propst ... Played both center and offensive tackle at Hoover High, leading the team to a state runner-up finish his senior season ... Named the 6A Lineman of the Year, All-State and to the "Super 12" by the ASWA ... Also awarded 6A All-State and Super All-State honors by the Birmingham News ... Slated as the No. 1 center recruit in the nation by Espn.com ... Listed as No. 4 prospect in state of Alabama by the Birmingham News ... Ranked second nationally among centers and the No. 7 overall recruit in Alabama by Rivals.com ... Named a PrepStar All-American ... Started and played every snap for the East in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... Selected by the AHSAA to play in the Alabama North/South All-Star game as a junior... Ranked 73rd in the Mobile Press-Register's Super Southeast 120 ... 2007 6-A Heavyweight Wrestling State Champion.

PERSONAL -- Born December 4, 1988 ... Son of Sandra and Toney Pugh ... Major: Building Science.