UNC Football Bio

2012 – Senior Season
Earned honorable mention All-ACC accolades for his play in 2012 • In his final career game, finished with six knockdowns and graded out at 90 percent in the win over Maryland • Graded out at 88 perent on 67 snaps in the Thursday night win at Virginia • Played all 69 snaps vs. Georgia Tech and graded out at a team-high 91 percent • Saw action on 88 plays and finished with 13 knockdowns • Played all 72 snaps at Duke and graded out at a team-high 92 percent with 18 knockdowns • Had a team-best 16 knockdowns and saw action on all 85 snaps in the win at Miami • Played all 73 snaps vs. East Carolina • Had six knockdowns in 51 plays against Idaho • Tallied 13 knockdowns and helped pave the way for 339 rushing yards in the win over Virginia Tech • Appeared in all 64 snaps at Louisville, grading out at 80 percent with 5 1/2 knockdown blocks • Had 12 knockdowns against Wake Forest and played in all 84 snaps • Graded out at 84 percent with 10 knockdowns in 57 plays against Elon.

2011 – Junior Season
Started all 13 games at right guard, seeing action on 844 plays • Helped pave the way for Giovani Bernard to gain 1,253 rushing yards, the first time a Tar Heel back has rushed for over 1,000 yards since 1997 • Graded out at 79 percent on the season with 39 regular-season knockdowns, good for second on the team • Saw action on 69 snaps and graded out at 93 percent against Duke • Played a team-high 65 snaps and graded out at 80 percent with six knockdowns at Clemson • Had three knockdowns against Wake Forest • Played all 79 snaps and graded out at 84 percent with four knockdowns against Miami • Played all 54 snaps and graded out at 81 percent against Louisville • Played all 61 snaps and collected a team-best five knockdowns at East Carolina • Graded out at 84 percent with three knockdowns and saw action on all 53 snaps at Georgia Tech • Played all 66 snaps against Virginia and graded out at 83 percent with a team-high six knockdowns • Played all 53 snaps against James Madison in the opener with a team-best six knockdowns and grade of 84 percent.

2010 – Sophomore Season
Appeared in all 13 games and started against LSU, William & Mary and Tennessee • Became the starter in the bowl game in place of Alan Pelc, who had shoulder surgery after the regular season • Saw action on 487 snaps, including a season-high 78 in the bowl game, and posted 32 knock-down blocks on the season • Graded out at 80 percent for the regular season • Played 45 snaps and graded out at 88 percent with two knock-downs against Virginia Tech • Graded out at 84 percent over 19 plays against Florida State • Played all 71 snaps against William & Mary and graded out at 83 percent with a season-high eight knock-downs • Graded out at 83 percent with four knock-downs at Virginia • Played 41 snaps against Clemson, grading out at 81 percent with seven knock-downs • Graded out at 85 percent against Rutgers • Played 17 snaps against Georgia Tech, grading out at a season-best 93 percent.

2009 – Freshman Season
True freshman who played in every game and made his first career start in the Meineke Car Care Bowl vs. Pittsburgh • Saw action on 243 snaps on the offensive line, including a season-high 69 vs. Pitt in the Meineke Car Care Bowl • Has posted seven knock-down blocks on the season • Played 45 snaps and tallied four knock-downs against Duke • Notched three knock-downs against Georgia Southern • Also played against Georgia Tech, Connecticut and The Citadel.

Bertie High School
Ranked the No. 7 player in North Carolina by SuperPrep • Considered one of the top 25 players in North Carolina by The Charlotte Observer and Rivals.com • Rated the No. 17 offensive tackle in the country by ESPN.com • Four-year starter at offensive guard or offensive tackle at Bertie High School• Helped lead team to a 10-4 record as a junior • Member of North Carolina’s Shrine Bowl team • Coached by Antonio Hoggard • Also plays basketball, baseball and participated in track and field.

Son of Sarah Outlaw and Charles Bond • Born Dec. 10, 1990 • Nickname is “Tree Top” • If he could play for any NFL team, it would be the Panthers • Dream job is to be a court judge • Favorite TV show is “Family Guy” • Would most like to visit Paris • Says his mother had the biggest impact on his life • People say he looks like Shaquille O’Neal • Exercise and sport science major.

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