|Height / Weight:|
6-5 / 300
2017: Played in all 12 games, starting eight of them along the offensive line … named team’s Offensive Newcomer of the Year.2016: Redshirted.
Prior to Miami: Played one season at the University of Kentucky.
High School: A three-star prospect by Rivals.com, Scout.com, 247Sports.com and ESPN.com … Rivals.com ranked him the 27th-best player in the state of Ohio and 20th-best offensive guard in the nation … Scout.com ranked him the 28th-best offensive guard in the nation … Had a great senior season, helping his high school team rush for nearly 3,000 yards, averaging 6.2 yards per carry … Named first-team Division I All-Ohio by The Associated Press, also all-conference and All-Southwest Ohio… Had approximately 80 pancake blocks in both his junior and senior seasons … Helped his team win eight games his junior year, including its first-round playoff game … Junior honors included all-conference and second-team All-Southwest Ohio … Three-year starter … Coached by Rick Haynes … ESPN.com gives him high marks for his space blocking and physicality … Named to the U.S. National Football Team.
Personal: Born in Youngstown, Ohio … Name is pronounced “lah-RUE-bee-o” … Son of Anthony LaRubbio and Jenniffer LaRubbio … Majoring in Integrated Social Studies Education.