At Princeton — 2013: recorded 33 tackles, including six for loss, and added three sacks to help lead Princeton to the 2013 Ivy League championship … had four tackles, including two for losses, and a crucial strip-sack during Princeton's 51-48 triple-overtime win over Harvard … had 1.5 sacks in 53-20 home win over Cornell … after recording 10 tackles over first five games, had 23 in final five, including 13 over last two weeks … scored a two-point conversion on a leaping catch in traffic in 50-22 win over Georgetown … helped Princeton rank in the national Top 15 in sacks (third), turnover margin (fourth), first down defense (fourth) and third down conversion percentage (13th). 2012: recorded 22 tackles while rotating at the defensive end/outside linebacker position … set a career best with 10 tackles, including two for losses, and a sack in season finale against Dartmouth … had three tackles apiece in first three games of the season. 2011: recorded 24 tackles, including 14 solo stops, as a lineman/linebacker … made first collegiate start at Brown in place of injured starter Andrew Starks and made three stops … recorded five tackles for loss, tied for third-most on the defense … had season-best six tackles at Harvard … recorded three sacks in the first four games … forced a fumble at Brown and broke up a pass at Dartmouth … made at least three tackles in five games. 2010: recorded 10 tackles as a member of the defensive line … had season-best four tackles, including two solos, in season opener at Lehigh; had 1.5 tackles for loss, one sack and one forced fumble against Mountain Hawks … had two pass breakups against Harvard … had at least one tackle in six games.
At Pittsford Mendon — earned first-team all-state and first-team All-Greater Rochester honors as a senior defensive lineman ... earned first-team all-county honors twice ... named to the New York “Golden Fifty” all-star team ... lettered and started three years for the football team, playing on both lines, as well as tight end, linebacker and fullback ... also lettered in basketball as a power forward ... member of the National Honor Society.
Personal — born Sept. 22, 1990 ... son of Chris and Judy Landry ... father works at Xerox and played football at Michigan State; mother teaches aerobics at the YMCA ... has an older brother David and a younger brother Grant ... uncles played football at both Michigan State and Ferris State, while grandfather played at Notre Dame ... interested in sports medicine and business ... enjoys working out.