2011 (Junior): For the second consecutive year, started all 11 games at center ... Was one of three Sioux linemen to start every contest ... Helped the ground attack churn out 1,627 yards and 19 touchdowns ... Credited with the team's "Block of the Week" in contests at Fresno State (Sept. 17) and vs. Montana Western (Oct. 8) ... In those two games, the ground attack eclipsed 200-yards rushing and accounted for eight scores ... Anchored a unit that allowed the fewest sacks in the Great West Conference ... Earned third letter.
2010 (Sophomore): Started all 11 games at center for the second consecutive year... Part of a quintet of Sioux linemen that started all 11 games ... Helped the Sioux ground game rack up 1,657 rushing yards and score 14 touchdowns, including a season-high 357 yards and six rushing TDs vs. Northeastern State (Sept. 18) ... “The Hogs” were named UND’s Offensive Player of the Week for their efforts in that contest ... Earned second letter.
2009 (Freshman): Appeared in and started all 11 games at center ... Made his collegiate debut in the season opener at Texas Tech (Sept. 5) ... Member of an offensive line that helped produce the Great West Conference's second-most productive running back (Mitch Sutton), the third-most productive receiver (Ismael Bamba) and the fourth-ranked quarterback (Jake Landry) ... The O-line led UND to its seventh straight winning season and the 15th consecutive season with over 3,400 yards of total offense ... As a member of the offensive line, shared UND Offensive Player of the Game honors following the 31-17 win over 16th-ranked Cal Poly (Oct. 31) ... Earned first letter.
2008: Redshirt season.
Before UND: A 2008 graduate of Fargo North High School ... Earned all-state and all-conference honors as a senior and junior ... Was also a team captain and Fargo North's most valuable offensive lineman in each of those two seasons ... Selected to play in the 2007 North Dakota Shrine Game and the 2007 MonDak Badlands Bowl.
Personal: Majoring in entreprenuership ... Son of John and Sherri McGurran.
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