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Arrested for DWI in May 2010 after minor accident in campus parking lot. Played in all 12 games this season with seven starts at right guard … Leads the team with 72 knockdowns in 580 snaps … Played every offensive snap in the three games against Florida, McNeese State and Auburn … Led the team in knockdowns in four games - North Carolina with four, Tennessee with a season-high 12, McNeese State with eight and Arkansas with seven … His 12 knockdowns against Tennessee are the most in a single game by an LSU offensive lineman this season … Participated in 55 snaps against North Carolina as he subbed in for an injured Will Blackwell at right guard and graded out at 77 percent.
LSU's starting center in 11 games ... Sat out the Louisiana Tech game with an ankle injury and did not play in the Capital One Bowl against Penn State ... Played a total of 606 offensive snaps ... Played every snap at center in LSU's first seven games ... Finished regular season with 42 knockdown blocks ... Had career-high 12 knockdowns in win over Louisiana-Lafayette ... Graded out a season-best 86 percent against the Cajuns.
Played in six games with no starts ... Saw action on special teams for the Tigers ... Also listed as a backup at either guard position and center ... Gave the Tigers another body at the fullback position in short-yardage situations ... Suffered a season-ending knee injury against South Carolina on punt coverage ... Did return one kickoff for 13 yards against Auburn.
The ESPN.com 150. The top center prospect in the Southeast for 2007 … Intelligent player who punished opponents … Ranked the No. 2 center in the nation by Rivals.com and was a four-star selection … Received three stars by Scout.com as the nation's eighth-best center … Proved to be a dominant two-way lineman at Greater Atlanta Christian High School … Member of the ESPN.com 150 and Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia Top 50 … Had arthroscopic surgery on his shoulder to repair a torn labrum and played his last nine games of the 2006 season with basically one arm … Posted a 91 percent blocking average as a junior with 54 pancake blocks … Totaled 28 tackles and five sacks at nose guard in 2005 … Bench presses 290 pounds and squats 405 pounds … Grew up an LSU fan … Maintained a 3.4 GPA … Coached by Jimmy Chupp.
Born Feb. 9, 1989. Son of former New Orleans Saints quarterback Bobby Hebert.