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  Ben Muth
Ben Muth

Player Profile

Phoenix, AZ

High School:
Pinnacle HS

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 296



AT STANFORD: Fifth-year senior who is slated to see extensive playing time at left tackle working with Allen Smith...started the last nine games of last season at the position after Smith was lost for the year due to injury...veteran performer has played in 26 games over the last three seasons.

2007 (SENIOR): Played in all 12 games at left tackle...worked behind Allen Smith for the first three games of the season before taking over the starting job for the Arizona State game after Smith went down with a season-ending injury against Oregon.

2006 (JUNIOR): Saw extensive playing time as a reserve offensive lineman, coming off the bench for 10 games.

2005 (SOPHOMORE): Earned his first varsity letter, appearing in four games at offensive tackle.

2004 (FRESHMAN): Did not see game action.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Graduated from Pinnacle High School in Phoenix, Ariz. where he was a four-year starter...earned All-America honors from PrepStar as a senior...SuperPrep All-Far West selection as a senior...ranked as a 10th-best recruit in the state of Arizona by SuperPrep...named a first team all-state (4A), all-Phoenix and all-Wells Fargo Region performer by the Arizona Republic as a senior...was also a first team all-state selection by the East Valley Tribune...selected to play in the Arizona Coaches' Association All-Star Game...named to the Tacoma News Tribune's Top 100 team as a senior...earned Wells Fargo Region all-academic honors, as well...also earned four letters in track and field and was a two-year letterwinner in basketball...two-time winner of the Pioneer Award for outstanding achievement in track and field...competed in the shot and discus...helped Pinnacle win a regional basketball title as a junior...member of the National Honor Society...brother, Aaron, played football at Ft. Hays State in Kansas...father, Dave, coached with Lynn Stiles at San Jose State in the 1970's...majoring in political science.

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