SMU offensive linemen Kelvin Beachum and Josh LeRibeus are among the players that have been invited to participate in the NFL Scouting Combine February 22-28 in Indianapolis, Ind. Beachum and LeRibeus both started all 14 games in 2011, blocking for the conference's leading running back and an offense that ranked among the nation's top 25 in passing offense. Beachum and LeRibeus are the fourth and fifth Mustangs to attend the Combine in last four years, joining current New Orleans Saint punter Thomas Morstead (2009), current Pittsburgh Steeler wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (2010) and current Washington Redskin wideout Aldrick Robinson (2011).
Honorable mention all-Conference USA
Did not play.
Named honorable mention All-C-USA by the league's coaches... Started all 13 games at left guard... Blocked for an SMU offense that passed for a school record 3,666 yards, scored a school record 380 points and rolled up a school record 5,093 yards of total offense.
Played in 10 games and got starts against Texas State and Memphis... Blocked for an offense that threw for a school-record-tying 29 TDs and ranked 17th in the nation in passing offense.
Rated the 23rd-best guard prospect in America by ESPN.com...A first-team "Team Texas" selection by TexasHSFootball.com... One of the top 25 offensive lineman in the state according to Dave Campbell... A Dave Campbell's Texas Football "Player To Watch"... A Dallas Morning News All-Area selection... Ranked No. 41 on the DMN's Area Top 100 list... An All-Region pick by PrepStars.com... A first-team 5ATexasFootball.com All-Texas choice... A three-star Rivals.com and Scout.com prospect... Ranked the No. 60 offensive guard in the nation by Scout.com and No. 63 by Rivals... Averaged six pancake blocks per game in 2006... Had offers from Baylor, Boston College, Colorado State, Houston, San Diego State, Stanford and Utah.
Majoring in Economics.