2004 (SENIOR): A starter in all 12 games at right guard ... 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 solid day as part of the offensive line unit that cleared the way for the Irish to rush for 204 yards versus Navy ... provided solid protection for Brady Quinn's four-touchdown pass performance against Washington ... helped open the way for Darius Walker to rush for 115 yards versus Michigan ... made 40 special teams appearances and logged 348:05 of playing time.
2003 (JUNIOR): Played in 10 games (starting all 10) at right guard ... missed two games with an injury (Navy and Brigham Young) ... caught a tipped pass at the line versus Michigan State ... moved to right guard against Pittsburgh and helped running back Julius Jones rush for a school-record 262 yards ... was forced to leave the Florida State game due to an injury early in the second quarter and missed the next two games ... returned to action against Stanford and helped Jones run for 218 yards, becoming the first player in Notre Dame history to rush for 200-plus yards three times in a season ... played 207:13 and made 12 special teams appearances.
2002 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 11 games, making one start in the Gator Bowl versus North Carolina State ... started the year as a reserve offensive guard and moved to tackle and into the starting lineup for the Gator Bowl, in place of Brennan Curtin ... made first career appearance for the Irish versus Maryland ... became a regular part of the offensive line rotation and saw much more playing time as the season progressed ... logged 82:23 of playing time and made two special teams appearances.
2001 (FRESHMAN): Did not see action as a rookie offensive guard.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Barrington (Ill.) High School ... a Parade All-American ... rated 95th on the Chicago Sun-Times list of nation's top 100 prospects ... rated the top offensive lineman in Midwest ... earned three letters in football, helping his team win two league titles ... team captain as a senior ... made 63 "pancake blocks" as a senior in 2000 ... helped lead team to state title game as a junior in 1999 ... won three letters in track and field, qualifying for the state meet in the discus and shot put ... a two-time captain and all-league pick in track ... played volleyball on the junior varsity for two years as a freshman and a sophomore ... his father Mark Stevenson played at Missouri and for the Detroit Lions as a center/guard in 1985 ... a brother Tony played football at Arizona State while another brother Joey played football at Arizona Western ... full name is Dan Whitney Stevenson ... third-oldest of six children ... born Oct. 24, 1982, in Chicago ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business with a major in marketing.