2011 Honorable Mention All-ACC
2011: An honorable mention All-ACC selection at guard ... Started all 14 games at left guard ... Played over 930 snaps on offense and 60 on special teams ... Had two knockdown blocks and graded out 90 percent against Appalachian State ... Had an O-Line best six knockdowns at ECU and graded 87 percent at ECU ... Worked every offensive snap and graded out an O-Line best 92 percent in the win over Arkansas State ... Also assisted on a tackle ... Played every offensive down at Marshall and posted a team-high eight knockdowns with an 88 percent grade ... Graded at 84 percent with six knockdown blocks against Clemson ... Posted a 92 percent grade and seven knockdowns while playing every snap in the win over Miami ... Registered a team-high seven knockdowns at Wake Forest ... Tied for the team-lead with eight knockdowns against BC ... Had an O-Line best 93 percent grade at Duke ... Added six knockdowns ... Tallied seven knockdown blocks at Georgia Tech and had an 88 percent grade ... Went the distance against UNC and had five knockdowns with an 82 percent grade ... Racked up 10 knockdown blocks and graded 85 percent on 61 snaps at Virginia .... Played every snap against Clemson in the ACC Championship Game and had six knockdown blocks while grading out at 85 percent … Finished his career with a start in the Sugar Bowl against Michigan.
2010: Started all 14 games … Played every snap at left guard during four of the first five games … Had six knockdowns in the ECU game … Added seven more knockdowns at Boston College … Worked all 65 snaps at NC State … Had six knockdowns in the Wake Forest game … Graded 88 percent while playing every snap against Georgia Tech … Went the distance during the win at UNC … Picked up six knockdowns in the Miami game and four against Virginia … Graded 86 percent in the ACC title game against FSU and collected seven knockdowns … Underwent shoulder surgery in January … Was held out of contact work during spring practice.
2009: Saw action in every game, with a start at Georgia Tech … Came off the bench for 22 plays at right guard during the opener with Alabama … Picked up three knockdown blocks while playing 27 snaps against Marshall … Subbed in for nine plays against Miami, collecting a knockdown block … Got another knockdown during 24 snaps against Duke … Played 30 snaps in the Boston College game … Picked up his first start at Georgia Tech and worked 24 plays with one knockdown block … Was in for 18 snaps against UNC with a knockdown … Played 36 snaps at ECU with two knockdown blocks … Worked 37 plays in the Maryland game with five knockdowns … Played a season-high 47 snaps against NC State … Posted four knockdowns while working 27 snaps at Virginia … Helped out in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Tennessee … Tied for the fourth-best push jerk on the team during off-season testing at 351 pounds … Won the Don Williams TEAM UNITED Award as the defensive player who put the team first during spring workouts.
2008: Came in for five plays at tackle during the ECU game … Got 16 snaps during the Furman win … Did not see action after that point … Posted a 410-pound bench press during off-season testing … Led the offensive linemen with a 361-pound clean and a 31 1/2-inch vertical jump … Got work as a guard during spring practice … Was one of four winners of the Bullock Award for the most improved players of spring workouts.
2007: Practiced at tight end during the fall while redshirting … Was moved inside to tackle after the season … Posted the best 40 time among the offensive linemen during the off-season at 4.9 … Started off the spring at right tackle but spent most of his time on the left side of the line.
High School: Was a key blocker for Coach Chris Dewitt’s Kellam team that led the Beach District in rushing (233 ypg) in 2006 … Had 19 catches for 416 yards and five touchdowns … Two of those touchdowns came in a game against Ocean Lakes … Named first-team All-Beach District, All-Tidewater and Group AAA all-state as a tight end … Ranked the No. 16 player in the state of Virginia by The Roanoke Times … Listed as the No. 21 overall player on the Virginia 33 by SuperPrep … Rated the No. 22 player in the state of Virginia and the No. 57 offensive tackle in the country by Scout … An All-Atlantic Region selection by PrepStar … A member of the SuperPrep Mid-Atlantic Team.
Personal: Greg Michael Nosal … Born 4/25/89 in Portsmouth, VA … Son of Greg and Elizabeth Nosal … Graduated with a degree in management in the spring and is currently pursuing a second undergraduate degree in psychology.