2004 (SENIOR): Started all 12 games at right tackle ... a major factor in Notre Dame's ability to rush for 195 yards against top-ranked USC, the most rushing yards allowed by the Trojans in two years ... had a big day versus Navy as he helped open the way for 204 rushing yards ... gave excellent protection to Brady Quinn as he threw four touchdown passes versus Washington ... helped to clear the way for Darius Walker's 115-yard rushing performance versus Michigan ... made eight special teams appearances and logged 365:30 of playing time.
2003 (JUNIOR): Started all 12 games at left guard ... made his first career start for the Irish versus Washington State ... helped running back Julius Jones rush for a school-record 262 yards against Pittsburgh ... also helped Jones rush for 221 yards versus Navy and 218 against Stanford, becoming the first player in Notre Dame history to rush for 200-plus yards three times in a season ... played every offensive down of every game until receiving a breather in the fourth quarter against Stanford (11th game of the season) ... played 311:40, the most of any Irish player in `03.
2002 (SOPHOMORE): Played in eight games as a reserve offensive tackle ... saw action on the offensive line versus Maryland, Stanford, Rutgers and North Carolina State (Gator Bowl) ... played 10:09 and made four total special teams appearances.
2001 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action as a rookie offensive tackle, after moving from tight end during fall preseason camp.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Eden Prairie (Minn.) High School ... a Parade All-American and a first-team pick on USA Today All-America team ... rated 27th on the Chicago Sun-Times list of the nation's top prospects ... listed sixth on the CBS SportsLine.com Midwest Region Super 30 team ... rated 49th nationally on the CNNSI.com list of top prospects ... a standout tight end who caught 16 passes for 189 yards and four touchdowns as senior in 2000 ... recorded 156 pancake blocks as senior ... named to the 2001 Super Prep team ... led Eden Prairie to a 13-0 record and the Minnesota class 5A state title in 2000 ... team defeated Cretin-Derham Hall (led by Irish FB Rashon Powers-Neal) 24-14 in the title game ... caught 21 passes for 350 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior in 1999 ... paved the way for his team's two 1,000-yard rushers as a junior ... also ran for one score and threw for another ... played at tight end, fullback, tailback, wideout and punter as a senior ... rated one of the top 125 players nationally by USA Today.com ... ranked one of the top 100 players nationally by The Dallas Morning News ... helped Eden Prairie reach the class 5A semifinals in 1998 and `99 ... won three letters in football, two in basketball and three in track and field ... recorded bests of 53 feet in shot put and 155 feet in discus in 2000 ... all-state pick in track and field as a senior in 2001 ... attended Notre Dame football camp in summer of 2000 ... full name is Mark Jacob LeVoir ... second-youngest of five children ... a brother Matt played football at Northern Illinois ... his grandfather Marvin LeVoir played football at Minnesota ... born July 29, 1982, in Minneapolis ... graduated from the College of Arts and Letters in May of 2005 with a degree in anthropology ... enrolled in graduate studies at Notre Dame.