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Selected to the prestigious Playboy Preseason All-American Team - Cal's third straight year with a player earning that honor ... on the preseason Watch List for the Rimington Award (nation's top center), the Rotary Lombardi Award (top offensive or defensive lineman) and the Outland Trophy (best interior lineman) ... top clean all-time at Cal (all positions) at 374 pounds ... Cal leads the Pac-10 and ranks third in the nation in sacks allowed over the last two years (24).

2007: Selected as a finalist for the Rimington Trophy as the top center in the nation ... earned the Morris Trophy as the top offensive lineman in the Pac-10 as voted on by the league's defensive linemen ... one of just three players to be a unanimous first-team All-Pac-10 selection ... a first-team All-American at center by The Sporting News and an honorable mention All-American by SI.com ... honored as the midseason first-team All-American center by Phil Steele's Magazine as well as a midseason first-team All-American by SI.com and Rivals.com ... rated as the No. 1 junior center in the nation by Mel Kiper ... also a semifinalist for the Rotary Lombardi Award ... anchored offensive line which allowed just 11 sacks (best in the Pac-10, third in the nation) ... voted the team's Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman (Brick Muller Award) ...

led the team in pancakes, knockdowns and cuts ... earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honors for the second straight year ... named to the Pac-10 All-Academic First Team ... Cal averaged 165.7 rushing yards per game including nine individual 100-yard efforts ... helped pave the way to 471 yards of total offense, including 230 on the ground, against Tennessee ... opened the hole for QB Nate Longshore to duck into the end zone for a two-yard score against the Volunteers ... Cal leads the Pac-10 and ranks third in the nation in sacks allowed over the last two years (24) ... rated as the No. 3 center in the nation by The Sporting News ... also on preseason Watch List for the Outland Trophy (best interior lineman).

2006: Garnered first-team All-Pac-10 honors after starting all 13 games at the center position ... second team Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... voted the team's Most Improved Offensive Lineman ... finished the regular season with team-highs of 25.5 pancakes and 57.5 knockdowns ... named to ESPN.com's All-Bowl team after helping the Bears spring two running backs for 100-yard games and not allowing a sack in the Holiday Bowl win over Texas A&M ... registered a game-high 10 knockdowns against Minnesota.

2005: Spent the season as the backup to two-time first-team all-league center Marvin Philip ... got in some quality reps over the course of the year, playing in seven games ... had five pancake blocks ... an honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic selection.

2004: Redshirt.

High School: Selected to PrepStar's All-West team ... helped team rush for 2,031 yards in 2003 ... listed No. 101 on SuperPrep's Top 132 seniors in California, landing him on that service's All-Far West team ... played both ways, also logging 93 tackles and eight sacks on defense ... named the Channel League's Co-Most Valuable Player on defense and a first team all-league selection ... two-time All-CIF choice and a three-time all-county and all-league member ... voted San Marcos' Most Valuable Player in 2003 ... also wrestled four years in high school and advanced to the state wrestling tournament as a CIF heavyweight champion ... owned a 26-1 record on the mat as a senior.

Personal: Parents are Steve and Cheryl Mack ... born Nov. 19, 1985 ... majoring in legal studies.

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If Luigs or Mack are available in the 2nd, it would be a good investment imo... McClure has been an incumbent starter with every coaching staff we have had, but i just think he is to 'weak' to succeed in a run heavy offense... Most good DT's breeze past McClure and blow the play up in the backfield, but in his defense, he hasnt rally had probowl OG's around him either...

Either way, he is getting up there in age and 2009 should be the year to replace him with the talent in that draft... Luigs is probably the ahead on my draft board, but getting either would be a good move...

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I really like this kid, but the way I hear the coaching staff talk about McClure makes me think that Center is never going to be a priority :(. I actually think depending on how Dahl/Clabo plays at RG we will use a high pick next year on a Guard. Personally I like Urbik out of Wisconsin in the 3rd round.

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