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 63   Dan Stevenson   G
  Height: 6-5   Weight: 300
  Year: R
  Acquired: D6-06 (205th overall)
  School: Notre Dame
  Major: Marketing
  Born: Oct 4, 1982    

Personal

Dan Whitney Stevenson was born on Oct. 4, 1982 in Chicago, Illinois ... His father, Mark Stevenson, played at Missouri and for the Detroit Lions as a center/guard in 1985 ... His brother, Tony, played football at Arizona State while another brother, Joey, played football at Arizona Western ... Attended Barrington (Ill.) High School, where he was a Parade All-American and rated the top offensive lineman in the Midwest ... Earned three letters in football, helping his team win league titles as a junior and senior ... The team captain made 63 pancake blocks as a senior in 2000 ... Won three letters in track and field, qualifying for the state meet in the discus and shot put ... Served twice as the track team's captain, earning All-League honors as a senior ... Played volleyball on the junior varsity for two years as a freshman and a sophomore ... Majored in Marketing at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business.

Career Transactions

Dan Stevenson was drafted by the Patriots in the sixth round(205th overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft.

College

Played in 45 games with 35 starts over four seasons at Notre Dame and was a three-year starter at guard ... Started the final 34 games of his career. 2005 (Senior): Winner of the Guardian Insurance Guardian of the Year Award, presented annually to Notre Dame's top offensive lineman ... All-Independent first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report ... Started all 12 games at right guard, helping an explosive offense that averaged 36.7 points and 477.3 yards per game (330.2 passing, 147.1 rushing) ... Helped lead the way as halfback Darius Walker eclipsed 100 rushing yards in seven games ... Produced 78 key blocks/knockdowns with eight touchdown-resulting blocks, as the offensive line allowed only 21 sacks ... Logged 331:20 of playing time with 71 special teams appearances ... Helped the offense churn out more than 500 yards in five separate games and exceed 600 yards once (621 yards against Purdue) ... Powered the offense to 275 rushing yards in the season-opener against Pittsburgh. 2004 (Junior): Started all 12 games at right guard, helping the team average 345.5 yards per game ... Collected 56 key blocks/knockdowns with six touchdown-resulting blocks, playing on a line that allowed just 25 sacks ... Made 40 special teams appearances and logged 348:05 of playing time ... Blocked for the Irish to rush for 195 yards against national champion Southern Cal, the most rushing yards allowed by the Trojans in two years. 2003 (Sophomore): Started 10 games at right guard ... Played 207:13 and made 12 special teams appearances ... Made his only collegiate reception when he grabbed a tipped pass at the line against Michigan State ... Helped running back Julius Jones rush for a school-record 262 yards against Pittsburgh ... Jones recorded three games with 200-plus yards rushing, becoming the first player in Notre Dame history to achieve the feat. 2002 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 11 games, making one start, in the Gator Bowl against N.C. State ... Started the year as a reserve guard and moved to tackle and into the starting lineup for the Gator Bowl, in place of Brennan Curtin ... Made his first career appearance for the Fighting Irish against Maryland ... Became a regular part of the offensive line rotation and saw increased playing time as the season progressed ... Logged 82:23 of playing time and made two special teams appearances. 2001 (Redshirt): Redshirted ... Did not see any action.

High School

Attended Barrington (Ill.) High School...Parade All-American, rated 95th on the Chicago Sun-Times list of the nation's top 100 prospects and rated the top offensive lineman in the Midwest...Earned three letters in football, helping his team win two league titles as a junior and senior...The team captain made 63 pancake blocks as a senior in 2000...Won three letters in track and field, qualifying for the state meet in the discus and shot put...Served twice as the track team's captain, earning All-League honors as a senior...Played volleyball on the junior varsity for two years as a freshman and a sophomore.