2006: One of four fifth-year offensive linemen in the Baylor program, Travis Farst is Baylor's No. 1 left tackle ... Has four career starts to his credit ... Will play with degree in hand as a senior after earning his undergraduate degree in speech communications in May 2006.
2005: Began his junior season No. 1 at left tackle, but a right kneecap injury early in fall camp forced him to miss the first three games of the season ... Played in four Big 12 contests at left guard upon his return ... Saw first action of season (one play) at Texas A&M, then played seven snaps against No. 2 Texas, three at Missouri and six in season-finale vs. Oklahoma State but did not record any knockdowns ... For the season, played 20 snaps ... Named to spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
2004: Appeared in all 11 games as a sophomore to earn his second letter ... Started each of Baylor's final three games at right tackle ... Credited with 11 knockdowns on the year, including a season-high five at Texas Tech and four vs. Texas A&M ... Saw action on 307 snaps.
2003: Played in all 12 games along the Baylor offensive line and on special teams to earn his first varsity letter as a redshirt freshman ... Made his first career start against Sam Houston State at left offensive guard.
2002: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Cedar Park High School, Cedar Park, Texas ... Three-year starter at CPHS ... Member of Texas Football's 2001 Top 300 ... Injured midway through senior year ... Also lettered in track ... Won district title in shot put and discuss ... Coached by Mark Weaver at the District 17-4A school.
Personal: The son of Mike and Debbie Farst, Travis Daniel Farst was born Dec. 22, 1983, in Austin, Texas ... Father, Mike, earned a letter for the Texas Tech football team in 1977, while his aunt, Karen, played for Tech's women's basketball team from 1986-90 ... Received speech communications degree from Baylor in May 2006.