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6-1 / 321
Earned AP first-team All-America honors, BC's first AP first-teamer since William Green in 2001...recipient of the 2006 Jacobs Blocking Trophy for the most valuable blocker in the Atlantic Coast Conference... received Walter Camp Foundation second-team All-America honors and All-ACC first-team accolades...honored with the Scanlan Trophy, the highest honor bestowed on a Boston College football player...earned Scout.com second-team All-America honors...started all 13 games, ten at right guard and three at center...senior tri-captain has started 37 consecutive games...earned ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week honors (October 16 and November 13)...co-captain paved the way for six 100-yard rushing games and a collective 1,424 rushing yards by L.V. Whitworth and Andre Callender...named to The Sporting News and Blue Ribbon Football Yearbook Preseason All-ACC first team
Started at right guard in each of the team's 12 contests...received All-ACC Second-Team honors after a stellar junior campaign...paved the way for four 100-yard rushing performances and a collective 1,515 yards rushing by L.V. Whitworth and Andre Callender...a member of the ACC's biggest offensive line, weighing a collective 1,586 pounds.
Started at right guard in all 12 games...paved the way for 100-yard rushing performances from L.V. Whitworth, Andre Callender and A.J. Brooks...saw significant playing time in every game...continued to be a leader for the Eagles off the field as well.
Proved he will be a mainstay in the Eagles' offensive line for seasons to come with outstanding redshirt freshman year...earned two starts - in the Ball State game, for the injured Augie Hoffmann, and in the Virginia Tech game, for the injured Chris Snee...saw significant playing time in every game...named to The Sporting News Big East All-Freshmen team...key part of an offensive line that paved the way for Derrick Knight to become BC's all-time rushing leader...registered one assist on special teams vs. Pittsburgh ...registered one solo at Virginia Tech.
Earned 2001 All-America honors from PrepStar and All-Northeast honors from SuperPrep...gained Albany Times-Union Co-Player of the Year honors as a senior offensive lineman at Amsterdam High School; became the first-ever four-time member of the Albany Times-Union All-Area team...registered 98 tackles, three sacks and one fumble recovery as a senior...led the Rugged Rams to an 11-1 record in 2001; the team advanced to the state Class A semifinal round...played for head coach Pat Liverio...was also a four-year member of Amsterdam's track and field team; competed in the shot put.
Joshua Beekman, born June 30, 1983...enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences...Josh is the youngest of Valerie and Charles R. Beekman Sr.'s three children.