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2011 Second-Team All-ACC
2011: A second-team All-ACC pick for the second consecutive year ... Started three seasons at right guard, starting all 14 games in 2011 … Finished his career with 42 consecutive starts at the position ... Played over 700 snaps on offense and 64 on special teams for a total of over 760 … Had four knockdowns in 41 offensive snaps against Appalachian State ... Graded 93 percent with three knockdowns at ECU ... Worked 46 offensive snaps and graded at 89 percent with three knockdowns in the win over Arkansas State ... Played 45 offensive snaps and graded 88 percent with a knockdown at Marshall ... Posted a team-high eight knockdown blocks and had a 91 percent grade against Clemson ... Worked 47 snaps with two knockdowns and an 85 percent grade in the win over Miami ... Had an 88 percent grade with four knockdown blocks at Wake Forest ... Added two more knockdowns against BC ... Tallied six knockdowns at Duke and a 92 percent grade ... Contributed seven knockdowns with a 90 percent grade during 51 snaps at Georgia Tech ... Went the distance against UNC and had an 83 percent grade ... Posted an 87 percent grade and six knockdowns in 39 plays at Virginia ... Had five knockdown blocks in 44 snaps against Clemson in the ACC Championship Game … Finished his career with a start in the Sugar Bowl against Michigan.
2010: Started all 14 games at right guard … A second-team All-ACC selection … Played every offensive snap in the opener with Boise and had eight knockdown blocks … Also went the distance against JMU … Had five knockdowns during the ECU game … Played all but one snap at BC … Contributed six knockdown blocks at NC State … Graded 85 percent with four knockdowns against Wake Forest … Posted five knockdowns against Duke … Graded 88 percent in the Georgia Tech game … Had 55 snaps at UNC … Contributed five knockdown blocks against Miami … Turned in a season-high nine knockdowns during the ACC Championship game against FSU … Recorded a personal-best 375-pound clean on the way to Iron Hokie status during off-season testing.
2009: Started at right guard in every game … Also started on the extra point and field goal units … Played 32 plays at right guard against Alabama … Missed some time during the game after hurting an ankle … Had a pair of knockdown blocks while playing 46 snaps against Marshall … Played every offensive snap against Nebraska … Contributed a personal-best six knockdown blocks against Miami … Worked 54 downs against Duke … Had six more knockdowns against Boston College … Played 35 snaps in the Georgia Tech game and 42 against North Carolina … Posted four knockdown blocks during 40 snaps at ECU … Had a pair of knockdowns during 48 snaps at Maryland … Added two more while playing 37 downs against NC State … Also picked up 37 snaps in the Virginia game with three knockdowns … Was among the top four offensive linemen in both the clean and push jerk during off-season strength and conditioning work.
2008: Was among the offensive line leaders in both the clean and the jerk during preseason testing … His first action was a brief three plays against Furman … Also got in for a play at Boston College … Was called on to start at guard in the Orange Bowl when senior Nick Marshman was ruled ineligible … Played on the right side against the Bearcats … Entered spring practice as the starter at the right guard spot … Suffered a sprained ankle during the last full scrimmage of the spring and missed the final week of practice, including the Maroon-White game.
2007: Redshirted while working at right guard … Bench pressed 375 pounds during the fall … Tied for the second-best clean among the offensive lineman during the winter program with a lift of 321 pounds … Finished the spring No. 2 at right guard.
High School: As a senior for Coach Tracy Harrod, he was named second-team Associated Press Group AAA all-state as an offensive guard … Also named to the first-team Newport News Daily Press All-Star squad as an offensive lineman … Scored a touchdown on a run from the fullback position in his last career game … Also saw action as a defensive end and tackle … Rated the No. 9 player in the state of Virginia and the No. 24 offensive guard in the country by Scout … Ranked the No. 12 player in the state of Virginia by The Roanoke Times … Listed as the No. 36 offensive guard in the country and the No. 25 player in the state by Rivals … Listed as the No. 14 overall player on the Virginia 33 by SuperPrep … A member of the SuperPrep Mid-Atlantic Team … An All-Atlantic Region selection by PrepStar … Finished second in both the shot put and discus at the State Outdoor Track & Field Championship meet his senior year … Won the Group AAA state indoor track & field shot put title as a sophomore.
Personal: Jaymes Marquis Brooks … Born 7/31/89 in Zweibrucken, Germany … Son of Marva Brooks … Enrolled in apparel, housing and resource management (residential property management).