2005: Senior Lequalan McDonald is a 2005 All-Big 12 candidate from his right guard position, where he's listed No. 1 on the Baylor depth chart ... Has made 23 consecutive starts along the Baylor offensive line entering his final season as a Bear.
2004: Started the first two games of his junior campaign at left guard, then moved to right guard where he started the season's final nine contests ... Recorded a team-high tying 45 knockdowns in 663 offensive snaps ... Had a season-best seven knockdowns at No. 5 Texas and against No. 2 Oklahoma ... Credited with four more more knockdowns in seven of his 11 starts ... Received third letter ... One of six Bears to play 700 snaps on the year, he saw action on 706 plays.
2003: Started and played in all 12 games for the Bears at right offensive guard, helping pave the way for running back Rashad Armstrong to become the program's first 1,000-yard rusher since 1995 ... Earned second letter.
2002: Played in 11 games, missing only the New Mexico contest ... Saw time at both right tackle and right guard as a reserve to earn his first varsity letter as a true freshman.
High School: Waco High School, Waco, Texas ... A three-year starter for the Lions, who made three-straight playoff appearances ... Started final 39 games as a prep and was credited with 400 pancake blocks in career ... A unanimous all-district pick and an Associated Press first-team all-state selection following his senior season when he recorded 151 pancake blocks for an offense that averaged 29 points and 355 yards per game ... Earned second-team 5A all-state honors from the Texas Sports Writers Association ... A second-team member of the Texas Football preseason Super Team ... Named one of the top 100 prospects in Texas by The Dallas Morning News (No. 50), Houston Chronicle and Waco Tribune-Herald (top 50) ... Rated among the state's 20 best offensive linemen by Texas Football magazine and was a member of the Texas Top 300 ... Named the nation's 32nd-best offensive tackle by Rivals100.com ... Rated as 106th-best prospect in Texas and one of the nation's top 38 offensive tackles according to Max Emfinger ... Coached by Johnny Tusa at the District 13-5A school.
Personal: The son of Bridgit McDonald, Lequalan Drayon McDonald was born Feb. 26, 1984, in Dallas ... Uncle, Lonnie Lewis, played for the Dallas Cowboys ... Telecommunications major ... Younger brother LeQuantum McDonald is a true freshman on the 2005 Baylor football team.