AT COLORADO: 2014 (Sr.)—He started all 11 games he appeared in, missing the UCLA game with a concussion he suffered late in the USC game the week prior. He played 853 snaps from scrimmage, with 499 plus plays for a 58.5 plus play percentage; with another 243 plays considered even, he graded out to 87.0 percent for the year. He had 19 knockdown blocks and seven touchdown blocks, while allowing just one-and-a-half quarterback sacks and six pressures; he was called for just two penalties. Top plus-percentage grade came against Oregon State (77.3). He shared the Offensive Trench Award after the season with Stephane Nembot, and in the preseason, he won the Iron Buffalo Award for the offensive linemen for his spring work in the weight room.
2013 (Jr.)—He started all 12 games at left offensive guard, emerging as a consistent performer in the trenches after missing a year with back problems but was finally 100 percent healthy. He was in for 779 snaps from scrimmage, with 487 plus plays for a plus percentage of 62.5 (game grades were higher, as those took neutral results into account); he played every down in five games and over 90 percent of them in five others. He had 30 knockdown blocks and two touchdown blocks, while allowing just two quarterback sacks; he was not called for a penalty all season. He also played an additional eight snaps on the FG/PAT unit on special teams.
2012 (Soph.)—He did not see any action as a nagging back injury bothered him throughout much of the year; he first strained it in winter conditioning drills on February 27.
2011 (Fr.-RS)—He saw action in all 13 games (no starts), playing the last eight games on offense in varying amounts from one to 24 snaps (the latter against Oregon). He played a total of 77 snaps on the season, and graded out to 67.5 percent, with one great effort block while being called for two penalties. He played an additional 47 snaps (out of 48) as a member of the Field Goal/PAT unit on special teams.
2010 (Fr.)—Redshirted; practiced on the offensive line (interior, guard and center) and was on the scout team.
HIGH SCHOOL—He earned All-Region honors from PrepStar and SuperPrep where was ranked the No. 133 player from the states of California, Hawai'i and Nevada and was both the No. 14 player from Hawai'i and the No. 14 offensive linemen. He is a three-star prospect as ranked by ESPN, Rivals.com and Scout.com. He is ranked as the No. 42 offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com, where he is also rated the No. 10 player from Hawai'i; the No. 64 offensive tackle by Scout.com and No. 76 offensive tackle by ESPN. He was a member of the 100th annual Interscholastic League of Honolulu All-Star first team, as selected by the league’s coaches. He was named to the Honolulu Advertiser Hot 11 list. He participated in an All Star game featuring Hawaiian players against players from the mainland. As a senior, he earned first-team All-ILH honors and was second-team All-State. He estimates he had about 30 pancake blocks and 10 touchdown blocks and allowed just two sacks all season. Punahou averaged 225 yards per game passing and over 100 yards per game rushing during the season. He lists his best games that season against St. Louis, when they defeated their rival twice. As a junior, he was named first-team All-State by the Honolulu Advertiser and first-team All-ILH, helping Punahou to a 10-1 season and a state championship. After losing to St. Louis in the regular season match-up, he lists a top game that season as the second match-up when they defeated St. Louis 41-28 for the first time since 2005. That win advanced them to the state championship final, where they defeated Lahaina to win the school’s first state championship. The offensive line in that game earned players of the game honors. As a sophomore, he earned honorable mention All-ILH helping Punahou to a 9-2 record. He also lettered in basketball for two years and averaged 8.5 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. He also lettered in volleyball his sophomore year and track & field his junior year (he won state in the discus with a throw of 152 feet).
ACADEMICS—He is graduated with a degree in Communication (with a minor in Geography) from Colorado in December 2014.
PERSONAL—He was born June 14, 1991 in Honolulu. His hobbies include going to the beach, body surfing, photography, playing the ukulele and volleyball (he played in the Junior Olympics as a prep). An older brother, Kaione, is on the track & field team at UCLA (throws), and he also has two cousins who play volleyball at Long Beach State, Trevor and Taylor Crabb. He is active in the community and has helped with a local head start program for families that couldn’t afford to send their kids to pre-school and kindergarten, where he assisted teachers serving breakfast and was another set of eyes and ears when the kids were playing. First name is Anthony. (Name is pronounced kuh-E-vee.)