2012 - Team Captain
2011 - Team Captain
2010 - Hon. Men. All-Big 12
2010 - Team Interior Lineman of the Year
2009 - Hon. Men. All-Big 12
2008 - 1st-Team Freshman All-American
2008 Team Freshman of the Year
Returns to the field after being awarded a hardship year by the NCAA after he was forced to miss the entire 2011 season due to a knee injury suffered in pre-season camp ... Took it easy during spring camp, but will be fully ready by August, and will be an invaluable leader as a 4th-year starter at left tackle ... Started all 40 games at left tackle from 2008-10.
Forced to miss the season after rupturing the patellar tendon in his left knee during preseason practices...
Was an honorable mention All-Big 12 selection by the league's coaches for his outstanding season ... Ended the year with a masterful performance against Iowa in the Insight Bowl, where the Tiger line stymied and overpowered a stout Hawkeye defensive line ... Started all 13 games along the way.
Consistently graded out among the highest performers for the offensive line unit, and earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention honors ... Helped MU's offense average just under 30 points per game despite featuring a first-year starter at quarterback ... Part of an offensive line that allowed only 20 sacks in the 13 games on the year ... Started all 13 games on the season after starting all 14 games of his freshman year in 2008.
Went from No. 2 on the depth chart to the starter in fall camp at left tackle, to being named a First-Team Freshman All-American ... Won the starting job in fall camp protecting the blind side of Hesiman hopeful QB Chase Daniel, despite never having played a snap in college ... Was named the team's freshman of the year after starting all 14 games at left tackle ... Helped guide the Tigers to the most prolific statistical year in school history, as Mizzou ranked in the top 10 of NCAA national categories for passing (4th - 330.36 ypg), scoring offense (6th - 42.21 ppg), total offense (8th - 484.14 ypg) and passing efficiency (10th - 157.84 rating) ... Mizzou's line also ranked 16th in the NCAA in fewest sacks allowed per game (1.21).
Ranked by Super Prep as the nation's No. 53 offensive tackle prospect, as well as the No. 76 overall prospect (any position) in the state of Florida ... High school coach - Dan Mancuso.
Son of Jeff Fisher, who is a radio broadcaster and who is part of the Glenn Beck Radio team, and who previously was a radio analyst for the University of South Florida football team ... Chose Mizzou over Florida, West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina State and South Florida, among others...