AS A JUNIOR IN 2010:
• Played in all 11 games along the offensive line, starting three times.
• Saw action at both guard and center.
• Part of an offensive line which allowed just 17 sacks all season, while the team attempted 418 passes (just one sack for every 25.6 times the team dropped back to pass).
• Helped pave the way for the Crusaders to average 22.6 points, 224.0 passing yards, 99.1 rushing yards and 323.1 yards of total offense per game.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2009:
• Saw action in all 12 games as a reserve offensive lineman.
• Part of an offensive line which paved the way for Holy Cross to rank fourth in the nation in passing offense (314.9 yards per game), sixth in total offense (433.6 yards per game) and 13th in scoring offense (32.2 points per game).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008:
• Saw action in two games as a backup offensive lineman.
• Played against UMass and Colgate.
• Played for coach Bill Mella at Southington High School.
• Started at offensive tackle for Southington.
• Earned All-Star honors from the New Britain Herald.
• Helped lead team to a pair of Central Connecticut Conference North Division championships.
• Spent a postgraduate year at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn., playing for coach Tony Martone.
• Son of Dawn Charette.
• Formerly known as Kyle Seddon.
• Majoring in Economics and Accounting.