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Class: r-Sr.
Hometown: Westminster, Md.
Height: 6-5
Weight: 316
Sport: Football
Position: OL


- Moved from left guard to right guard during the spring

2011 (r-Jr.)
- Started every game at left guard in 2011
- Moved to left guard after 2011 spring when Josh Jenkins was injured
- Only allowed one sack all season
- Ranked third on line, seeing action in 912 plays
- Helped pave the way for the WVU offense to average 37.6 points per game and to finish with more than 4,500 passing yards and more than 6,100 total yards
- Saw action on 70 or more plays in five games
- Saw action on 80 or more plays in three games, including season-high 87 against LSU
- Had 52 knockdowns, second-best mark on team, averaging 4.0 per game
- Registered five or more knockdowns in five games
- Registered six or more knockdowns in three games: Clemson, Rutgers and Syracuse

2010 (r-So.)
- Started all 13 games at right tackle
- Led the offensive line with 49 knockdowns and was second with six thunderbolt blocks
- Named third team All-Big East by Phil Steele
- WVU Offensive Champion: Cincinnati 2009 (r-Fr.)
- Played in 11 games
- Used as a backup at center and guard

2008 (Fr.)
- Redshirted.

High School
- Coached by Ken Johnson at Winters Mill High
- 2007 Maryland consensus all-state by the Associated Press
- Three-year, two-way starting center-defensive lineman
- Considered the best lineman outside the metro areas
- For his career, he finished with 127 tackles, seven sacks, four pass breakups and two fumble recoveries

- Birthday is Nov. 30
- Son of Stacey and the late Jeff Braun, Sr.
- Majoring in physical education teaching
- Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll
- Big East Academic All-Star

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