2019 – – Saw action in 11 games, primarily at left guard . . . saw action in 38-14 win over Miami as offense gained 213 net rushing yards and 465 yards total offense . . . saw action in 30-0 win over Rutgers as offense gained 438 yards total offense . . . saw action in 18-17 win over Iowa State . . . did not see action in 48-3 win over Middle Tennessee due to injury . . . did not see action in 10-3 loss at #18 Michigan . . . saw action in 17-12 loss to #9 Penn State . . . saw action at left guard in 26-20 win over Purdue . . . saw action at left guard in 20-0 win at Northwestern . . . saw action in 24-22 loss at #16 Wisconsin . . . saw action in 23-19 win over #7 Minnesota . . . saw action in 19-10 win over Illinois as offense gained 387 yards total offense . . . saw action in 27-24 win at Nebraska . . . saw action in 49-24 Holiday Bowl win over #22 USC.
2018 – – Redshirted . . . did not see any game action.
High school honors – – Earned first-team all-state honors on offense and honorable mention recognition on defense as a senior . . . first-team all-conference on both offense and defense as a junior and senior . . . all-region defensive end as a junior . . . honorable mention all-conference on defense as a freshman . . . Career – – Four-year football letterman as offensive and defensive lineman . . . helped team reach third level of playoffs as a junior and senior, while winning nine games as a sophomore and senior . . . recorded 65 solo tackles and 36 assists as a senior, with 21 tackles for loss, four sacks, four forced fumbles, and one recovered fumble . . . 40 solo stops and 72 assists as a junior, with 19 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, and one fumble recovery for a touchdown . . . as a sophomore collected 23 solo tackles and 64 assists, with one tackle for loss . . . 32 tackles as a freshman . . . team captain as a junior and senior . . . four-year letterman in baseball and three-year letterman in basketball.
Personal – – Born 12/18/99 . . . engineering major . . . earned academic all-state honors . . . parents are Tammy and Marty Ince . . . high school coach was Cory Nelson.