Tyree St. Louis
2018 ALL-ACC, HONORABLE MENTION
2018 (Senior): Started all 13 games at left tackle in another standout season…Earned All-ACC Honorable Mention recognition…Ended career on streak 34 straight starts, longest streak on offense..Started season opener vs. LSU (Sept. 2)…Helped Miami outgain Tigers with 342 yards of total offense…Started at left tackle against Savannah State (Sept. 8), helping pave way for 494 total yards, including 239 rushing yards…Started at left tackle and helped guide Hurricanes offense to 49-point, 473-yard performance in win at Toledo (Sept. 15)…Started at left tackle against FIU (Sept. 22), leading Miami to 488-yard performance on offense…Started at left tackle against North Carolina (Sept. 27) and helped offense compile 354 yards, including 229 rushing yards…Started at left tackle against Florida State (Oct. 6)…Made start at left tackle vs. Virginia (Oct. 13) and at Boston College (Oct. 26)…Helped Miami offense gain 411 yards of offense with start at left tackle vs. Duke (Nov. 3)…Started at left tackle at Georgia Tech (Nov. 10)…Made start at left tackle in win at Virginia Tech (Nov. 17)… Started at left tackle in win vs. Pittsburgh (Nov. 24), when Miami totaled 345 yards, including 293 rushing yards…Started at left tackle in New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Wisconsin (Dec. 27).
2017 (Junior): Started all 13 games at right tackle…Extended streak to 21 straight starts by season’s end…Started season opener at right tackle and helped lead offense to 550-yard performance against Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 2)…Made second straight start of season at right tackle in win over Toledo (Sept. 23) that included 587 yards of total offense and 254 rushing yards…Started at right tackle in win at Duke (Sept. 29), where Miami piled up 409 yards of offense…Started at right tackle in win at Florida State (Oct. 7)…Helped lead offense to 481-yard performance, including 184 rushing yards, in start at right tackle against Georgia Tech (Oct. 14)…Started at right tackle and helped lead team to win over Syracuse (Oct. 21), with Hurricanes piling up 480 offensive yards…Made start at right tackle and helped offense gain 415 total yards in win at North Carolina (Oct. 28)…Helped power Miami to win over Virginia Tech (Nov. 4) with start at right tackle, leading offense to 429-yard performance including 210 rushing yards…Played important role in win over Notre Dame (Nov. 11), starting at right tackle and helping guide offense to 374 yards, including 237 rushing yards…Started at right tackle against Virginia (Nov. 18)…Started at right tackle at Pittsburgh (Nov. 24) and in ACC Championship Game against Clemson (Dec. 2)…Started at right tackle in Capital One Orange Bowl against Wisconsin (Dec. 30).
2016 (Sophomore): Started final eight games of season at right tackle…Offense averaged 425.9 yards per game…Saw action in season opener against Florida A&M (Sept. 3)…Made first career start at right tackle and helped lead Miami to 363 yards against North Carolina (Oct. 15)…Made second straight start at right tackle at Virginia Tech (Oct. 20)…Started at right tackle at Notre Dame (Oct. 29)…Helped lead offense to 534-yard performance in win over Pittsburgh with start at right tackle (Nov. 5)…Made fifth straight start at right tackle in win at Virginia (Nov. 12), helping lead offense to 450-yard performance, including 222 rushing yards…Made straight start at right tackle in win at NC State (Nov. 19), guiding Miami to 415 total yards of offense…Started seventh straight game at right tackle in regular season finale win over Duke (Nov. 26), helping lead offense to 568-yard performance…Started at right tackle in Russell Athletic Bowl victory over West Virginia (Dec. 28), helping lead offense to 363 yards and 31 points.
2015 (True Freshman): Saw action largely on special teams in first season.
High School: Consensus four-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals, Scout and ESPN.com… Rated as an ESPN.com Top 300 prospect… Ranked as the ninth-best offensive lineman in the state of Florida by ESPN.com… Attended the Nike Football Training Camp in Orlando prior to his senior season… Was honored as the MVP of the offensive line group at the Rivals Camp Series in Orlando in March. Chose Miami over offers from Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee and USC.