2009: Started every game at right tackle ... finished his career with 19 consecutive starts along the offensive line ... helped anchor a line that blocked for SBU's two All-Big South backs ... blocked for a rushing attack that ranked 30th in the nation and third in the conference ... part of a line that allowed just 1.36 sacks per game to rank among the top 25 in the nation ... named to Big South All-Academic team.
2008: Played in every game for the first time in his career ... started 10 games at right tackle ... helped clear the way for two 1,000-yard rushers and was part of a ground game that finished ninth in the nation in yards per game ... blocked for a rushing attack that broke the Big South conference record for rushing yards in a game in each of the last two contests of the season ... part of a unit that allowed just 17 sacks and ranked 37th in the nation in sacks allowed.
2007: Played in every game but one along the offensive line ... started the first five games of the season at center ... part of an offensive line that allowed just 1.45 sacks per game to rank 30th in the nation.
2006: Played in six games along the offensive line as a true freshman for Stony Brook.
High School: A 2006 graduate of Woodbridge High School ... three-time letterwinner in football for the Warriors as an offensive/defensive lineman ... two-time all-league and all-city selection ... MVP among offensive linemen as a senior ... academic All-American and National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete in 2005 ... also participated in track ... Orange County heavyweight lifting champion in 2005.
Personal: Born Jefferson Louie Santos on May 24, 1987 in Manila, Philippines ... son of Ronald and Maria Lilian Inouye ... one brother and one sister ... majoring in business management.