2004: All-Big 12 candidate Quintin Outland is Baylor's most-experienced offensive lineman, having started 26 consecutive games and played in all 35 games of his BU career at left tackle ... He'll again help anchor the Bears' offensive line from his left tackle position for the fourth straight season.
2003: Started all 12 games for the Bears at left tackle, as the Baylor offensive line helped produce the school's first 1,000-yard rusher since 1995 in Rashad Armstrong ... Picked up third letter.
2002: True sophomore started all 12 games at left tackle and received his second varsity letter.
2001: Named to The Sporting News Big 12 All-Freshman team ... Talented true freshman played in all 11 games and started the final two contests, against Oklahoma State and Southern Illinois, at left tackle to earn his first varsity letter ... Played all 93 offensive snaps at left tackle against Oklahoma State ... Saw first collegiate action with 33 snaps against Arkansas State ... Named to fall Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
High School: La Porte High School, La Porte, Texas ... Listed as the No. 44 prospect in the state of Texas by SuperPrep ... Also mentioned among the state's top 100 prospects by the Waco Tribune-Herald, Dallas Morning News and Houston Chronicle ... Preseason second-team selection on the 2000 Texas Football Super Team ... Rated the state's seventh-best offensive lineman by Texas Football magazine ... Also competed for La Porte's basketball and track teams ... Began his football career as a running back ... All-district performer was coached by Forrest Wiegand at the District 24-5A school.
Personal: The son of Venita Outland and Johnny Kennedy, Quintin De'Shawn Outland was born Dec. 2, 1982, in La Porte, Texas ... Speech communication major.