At Princeton — 2014: missed entire season with an injury. 2013: became Princeton's first All-Ivy first-team offensive lineman since 2000 (along with Joe Goss) … started all 10 games at left tackle; enters senior year with 24 straight starts at the position … helped Princeton break Ivy League records in both scoring offense (43.7) and total offense (511.6) … helped Princeton win 10th Ivy League title in program history, and first since 2006 season … helped offense record five 50-point games during eight-game win streak; team had scored 50 points only four times in previous 467 games. 2012: earned second-team All-Ivy League honors after starting all 10 games at left tackle … scored on a 15-yard throwback against Brown for the first points in a 19-0 Princeton victory … helped Princeton improve from eighth to second in scoring offense in the Ivy League. 2011: became only freshman to start on the offensive line when he started final four games at left tackle after injury to Kevin Mill … moved into two-deep immediately after preseason and played significant role on line during six games before moving into starting role.
At Delbarton — first-team all-state selection ... played on both the offensive and defensive lines ... served as captain for both football and lacrosse teams ... lettered three years in lacrosse.
Personal — born Sept. 29, 1992 ... son of Spenser and Patricia Huston ... father is an investment banker; mother is a homemaker ... has two younger brothers, Brendan and Michael ... enjoys music, weightlifting, student government and economics ... plans to study economics.