At Michigan ... four-year letterman and starter ... two-year starter at right tackle and two-year starter at left guard ... started 49 of a possible 50 career games ... missed only career contest due to an injury suffered in practice before the Ohio State game (Nov. 22, 2008) ... tied for second in Michigan history for most career starts by an offensive lineman with Jeff Backus ... made 25 starts at left guard, 22 at right tackle and two starts at right guard ... 2007 Freshman All-American ... missed entire 2006 season because of mononucleosis and shoulder surgery.
Fifth-Year Senior (2010) ... earned fourth varsity letter ... Outland Trophy watch list ... All-Big Ten honorable mention (coaches and media) ... earned third straight U-M Hugh R. Rader Memorial Award co-recpient (top offensive lineman) ... Phil Steele's Midseason All-Big Ten third team ... selected as a team captain before the season ... started all 13 contests ... made starting assignment at left guard against Connecticut (Sept. 4) and Notre Dame (Sept. 11) ... made third consecutive start at left guard vs. Massachusetts (Sept. 18) ... opened the game at left guard vs. Bowling Green (Sept. 25) ... started at left guard in Big Ten opener at Indiana (Oct. 2) ... served as starting left guard vs. Michigan State (Oct. 9) and Iowa (Oct. 16) ... started at left guard at Penn State (Oct. 30), vs. Illinois (Nov. 6) and at Purdue (Nov. 13) ... opened the game at left guard vs. Wisconsin (Nov. 20) and at Ohio State (Nov. 27) ... made start at left guard vs. Mississippi State (Jan. 1) in the Gator Bowl.
Senior/Junior (2009) ... earned third varsity letter ... co-recipient of the Hugh R. Rader Jr. Award as Michigan's top offensive linemen with Mark Ortmann ... All-Big Ten honorable mention (coaches and media) ... started all 12 games at left guard ... started at left guard and contributed on special teams vs. Western Michigan (Sept. 5), Notre Dame (Sept. 12) and Eastern Michigan (Sept. 19) ... made start at left guard in conference opener vs. Indiana (Sept. 26) ... started at left guard against Michigan State (Oct. 3), Iowa (Oct. 10) and Delaware State (Oct. 17) ... starting left guard vs. Penn State (Oct. 24), Illinois (Oct. 31) and Purdue (Nov. 7) ... made team-leading 35th career start at Wisconsin (Nov. 14) ... started at left guard against Ohio State (Nov. 21).
Junior/Sophomore (2008) ... earned second varsity letter ... Hugh R. Rader Jr. Memorial Award winner as U-M's top offensive lineman ... shared the Sophomore Award with Obi Ezeh as the players that displayed toughness and a strong work ethic on the field and in the locker room ... started 11 games at right tackle ... played every snap of the season at right tackle prior to the injury sustained in practice prior to Ohio State game ... started at right tackle vs. Utah (Aug. 30), Miami (Sept. 6) and at Notre Dame (Sept. 13) ... opened game at right tackle in conference opener vs. Wisconsin (Sept. 27) ... started at right tackle vs. Illinois (Oct. 4) ... starting right tackle vs. Toledo (Oct. 11) and at Penn State (Oct. 18) ... made his 20th career start in the Penn State game ... started at right tackle against Michigan State (Oct. 25), at Purdue (Nov. 1), at Minnesota (Nov. 8) and vs. Northwestern (Nov. 15) ... did not dress at Ohio State (Nov. 22) due to injury.
Sophomore/Freshman (2007) ... earned first varsity letter ... The Sporting News Freshman All-America second team ... CollegeFootballNews.com Freshman All-America third team ... The Sporting News Freshman All-Big Ten ... Rivals.com Midseason All-Freshman Team ... started all 13 games ... started at right tackle in 11 games and made two starts at right guard ... made career debut vs. Appalachian State (Sept. 1), earning starting nod at right tackle ... started at right tackle against Oregon (Sept. 8), Notre Dame (Sept. 15), Penn State (Sept. 22) and Northwestern (Sept. 29) ... made first career start at right guard in the Eastern Michigan (Oct. 6) game ... also took snaps at right tackle against the Eagles ... started at right guard vs. Purdue (Oct. 13) ... returned to starting right tackle position at Illinois (Oct. 20) ... started at right tackle vs. Minnesota (Oct. 27) and at Michigan State (Nov. 3) ... starting right tackle at Wisconsin (Nov. 10) ... made start at right tackle vs. Ohio State (Nov. 17) ... started at right tackle against Florida in the Capital One Bowl (Jan. 1).
Freshman (2006) ... did not see game action.
Prep ... attended Bellevue High School (2006) coached by Butch Goncharoff ... three-year varsity starter at offensive tackle ... missed three games during senior season due to shoulder injury ... Honors and Rankings ... Parade Magazine All-American ... named to the EA SPORTS All-American first team ... No. 2 overall player in the state of Washington by Rivals.com ... five-star prospect according to Rivals.com ... selected as the best offensive lineman in the West by Rivals.com ... rated as the No. 2 offensive guard according to Rivals.com ... elected as 26th-best overall player nationally by Rivals.com ... ranked as No. 40 overall player nationally by Prep Football Report ... rated No. 40 player in the nation by USA Today ... No. 106 ranked prep prospect by ESPN ... five-star prospect and the nation's No. 3 offensive guard according to Scout.com ... participated on West squad in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... nation's 19th-best player according to Scout.com ... ranked No. 3 offensive lineman in the nation by PrepStar Magazine ... voted first-team all-state in Class 3A and first-team all-conference during junior and senior seasons ... Other Sports ... two-year varsity basketball starter at forward, averaging 13 points and 11 rebounds as a junior.
Personal ... Stephen Dana Schilling was born July 21, 1988 in Bellevue, Wash. ... enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... general studies major.
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