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Updated: January 28, 2015
2014-15: Played in all 13 games, making 11 starts … Logged 767 plays on offense … Made the start at center and was in on all 69 offensive snaps against William & Mary … Had four knockdowns while in on every offensive play at Ohio State … Was in on all 92 offensive snaps against East Carolina … Logged all 74 plays on offense and had eight knockdowns against Georgia Tech … Was in on 60 snaps on offense against Western Michigan … Saw action on 76 plays on offense at North Carolina … Was in on 35 plays on offense at Pitt … Logged 32 snaps on offense against Miami … Had four knockdowns while in on 40 plays against Boston College… Was in on 47 offensive snaps at Duke … Was in on 31 snaps on offense at Wake Forest … Had two knockdowns while in on 65 snaps on offense against Virginia … Started the Military Bowl against Cincinnati, playing 61 offensive snaps between guard and center.
2013-14: Started all 13 games … Was in on 930 offensive snaps, while also adding four special teams plays … Had 54 knockdowns on the year … Started at guard and was in on 60 snaps in the season opener against Alabama … Was in on 58 plays on offense against Western Carolina … Registered all 77 snaps at left guard at East Carolina … Was in on all 89 plays in the triple overtime win over Marshall … Didn’t miss a play at left guard, in on all 55 snaps at Georgia Tech … Was in on all 61 snaps on offense in the win over North Carolina … Didn’t miss a snap at left guard in the win over Pittsburgh … Played 87 snaps at left guard and four special teams plays against Duke … Was in on 72 offensive snaps at Boston College … Played 79 snaps at left guard in the win at Miami … Didn’t miss a snap, in on all 70 offensive plays against Maryland … Was in on 75 plays in the win at Virginia … Played all 77 snaps in the Sun Bowl … Earned the Don Williams TEAM UNITED Award (player who puts the team first during spring workouts) for the offense at the end of the spring session.
2012-13: Played in nine games, making five starts at center … Played 428 plays, all of which came on offense … Was in on 40 offensive snaps, grading out at 82 percent against Austin Peay … Graded out at 88 percent, playing 35 offensive snaps against Bowling Green … Was in on 44 offensive plays, grading out at 86 percent at North Carolina … Earned first career start at Miami … Graded out at 82 percent while in on 63 plays against Florida State … Played 73 offensive snaps, grading out at 89 percent at Boston College … Graded out at 86 percent while in on 95 offensive plays against Virginia … Made the start in the Russell Athletic Bowl … Got some work at center and both guard positions during spring drills.
2011-12: Played in four games, totaling 29 offensive snaps … One of seven true freshmen to see action against Appalachian State … Saw action on 17 snaps at center … Worked three snaps at Marshall and four more against BC … Tallied five plays at Virginia.
2010-11: Entered school in January, 2011 … Went through the winter strength and conditioning program … Opened spring working at right guard … Switched to center after the first few practices.
High School: A quality lineman for Coach Jason White at Rockbridge County High … Listed as the No. 25 offensive guard in the country and the No. 14 player in the state by Rivals … Rated the No. 39 prospect in Virginia by The Roanoke Times … Ranked the No. 35 offensive guard in the country and the No. 21 player in the state by Scout … Listed as the No. 96 offensive guard in the country by ESPN/Scouts Inc. … Ranked as the No. 35 player on the Virginia 37 by SuperPrep … A member of the SuperPrep Mid-Atlantic Team … Named to PrepStar’s All-Atlantic Region Team as an offensive lineman … Was selected to play in the 2010 Offense/Defense All-American Game in South Carolina … Was hampered most of his senior season by a hamstring injury.
Personal: Caleb Nicholas-Wiloughby Farris … Born 12/11/91 in Lexington, VA … Son of Victor and Robin Farris … Majoring in apparel, housing and resources management with a concentration in consumer studies.