SOPHOMORE SEASON (2014): Versatile lineman who can play either guard or tackle … played in five contests during the regular season ... made his Irish debut with the second team offense in the second half of the season opening victory over Rice (Aug. 30) ... saw the field in the fourth quarter against Michigan (Sept. 6) ... participated in the victories over No. 14 Stanford (Oct. 4) and North Carolina (Oct. 11), as well as on special teams at No. 2 Florida State (Oct. 18).
FRESHMAN SEASON (2013): Did not see any game action during the season.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: An honorable-mention selection on the Parade prep All-America squad ... second-team offensive lineman on prep All-America team for 2013 selected by 247Sports ... first-team Kentucky all-state lineman in 2012 on teams selected by Associated Press and Louisville Courier-Journal ... named to 2012 Class of the Commonwealth squad as one of the top 22 seniors in Kentucky by Lexington Herald-Leader ... ranked 82nd player nationally on ESPN 300 ... ranked 43rd on 247Sports list of top 247 players … rated 162nd on Rivals 250 list … ranked 15th on Rivals.com list of offensive tackles ... ranked 184th overall and 14th among offensive tackles on Scout 300 by Scout.com ... four-year offensive line starter as tackle at Apollo High School in Owensboro, Kentucky ... also started on defensive line, served as long snapper and handled punts and kicks ... selected for Under Armour All-America Game in St. Petersburg, Florida, was named team captain for Black squad while playing center ... tabbed by coach Herman Edwards as his team's top offensive lineman in that contest ... selected for Best of the Bluegrass Kentucky all-star game in December 2012 ... also played basketball for Apollo and won the 2012 Kentucky 3A state prep title in shot put at 55 feet, 3.75 inches ... late father Randy played football at Evansville and older brother Harris played at Murray State ... played for coach Dan Crume ... son of Sherry Bivin-Addington ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters.