2000: Solid lineman who graded out to over an 80 percent average on the year. Started all 11 games at right tackle and played every offensive snap except for six during the season. In 891 offensive plays and over 500 passing plays, allowed just two sacks. The offensive line was key to the success of Tulane's No. 7 total offense as they led the way for six 300-yard passing days, five 100-yard rushing days and 10 100-yard receiving days. The offensive line did not allow a sack in three of Tulane's last five games and allowed just three in the Green Wave's six victories.
1999: One of two returning linemen to start all 11 games.
1998: Named to the Football News All-Freshman team. Also a member of the Conference USA All-Freshman squad. Started all 12 games at left tackle as a true freshman. Had a 78 percent grade on 80 snaps at Army. Graded 75 percent on 69 snaps at Rutgers. Earned a 70 percent grade on 68 snaps against Louisville. Graded out at 76 percent on 67 snaps against UL-Lafayette (10/31).
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of East St. John High School in LaPlace, La. An all-metro selection by the Times-Picayune as a senior. Also a two-time all-district and an all-area choice. A three-year starter for coach Lou Valdin. An honor student.
PERSONAL: Corey Cordell Sewell. Born April 23, 1980. The son of Gibson and Evelyn Sewell. Majoring in accounting.