Twice an orientation leader for the Boston College First-Year Experience.
Appeared in 11 games...was the most productive offensive lineman twice, vs. Wake Forest and Virginia...blocked for All-ACC back Montel Harris, who led the conference in rushing and ranks 16th nationally...the line allowed Eagles' running backs to gain 100 or more yards in nine different games.
Started 10 games at left guard and played in 12...BC ranked 39th in the country in sacks allowed (1.54)...blocked for RB Montel Harris who had the fourth-most carries in the country (308) and the 10th-most rushing yards (1,457)...the line helped Harris record eight 100-yard games...recipient of the Hugh and Doris MacIsaac Family Scholarship.
Saw playing time at guard...BC ranked 25th in the country in tackles for a loss allowed (4.77) and 49th in sacks allowed (1.69)...the line only allowed 21 sacks with a pair of first-year starting quarterbacks behind them...paved the way for true freshman TB Montel Harris to break BC freshman records with 900 rushing yards and five 100-yard performances...Harris and classmate Josh Haden were the second-most prolific true freshman backfield in the country, averaging 106 yards a game.
Earned Massachusetts State Coaches Association All-State honors as a senior offensive lineman at Thayer Academy; also played defensive tackle for the Tigers ... shared Independent School League MVP honors with fellow BC signee Dan Williams; was a three-time All-ISL choice ... earned Boston Globe Prep All-Scholastic honors and Boston Herald All-Scholastic accolades ... was named NESPAC Lineman of the Year ... led the Tigers to the 2005 NEPSAC title ... played for head coach Jeff Toussaint ... was a three-sport captain as a senior ... also named All-ISL for the school's basketball and track and field teams (shot put and discus).
Nathan William Richman, born April 19, 1989 ... enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ... Nathan is the youngest of Donna and Jonathan Richman's three children.