2011 (Senior): Appeared at every position on the offensive line in his career except center ... made 11 starts and appeared in all 12 games ... started six times at right guard and five times at right tackle ... made 37 starts in his career ... team rushed for 1,374 yards in Big Ten play, the program's highest total since 2001 ... posted five games with over 200 rushing yards, including a 319-yard effort against Northwestern ... the 319 yards were the most for Indiana in a conference game since 2003 ... IU collected three straight 200-plus yard rushing games - at No. 4 Wisconsin (223), at Iowa (217) and against Northwestern - for the first time in league action since 2001 ... two-time game captain.
2010 (Junior): Versatile offensive lineman started at left tackle (once), left guard (twice), right guard (six times) and right tackle (once) ... appeared in all 12 contests and started the final 10 ... front five shared 15th nationally surrendering 1.0 sack per game ... offensive line allowed one sack per 42.8 pass attempts, which led the Big Ten ... Pagán did not allow a sack on the year ... IU led the league and ranked 14th nationally with 287.2 passing yards per game ... Hoosiers threw for a school-record 480 yards vs. No. 19 Michigan ... team surpassed 350 passing yards three times and 300 passing yards on six occasions.
2009 (Sophomore): Started the final 11 games of the season at left guard ... offensive line allowed just 16 sacks on the season, a total that ranked second in the Big Ten and shared 28th nationally ... the front five surrendered one sack per 27.5 pass attempts, which ranked second in the Big Ten ... 197 rushing yards was IU's second-highest rushing total in 60 all-time games vs. Michigan.
2008 (Freshman): One of three true freshmen to play for the Hoosiers in 2008 ... played both guard and both tackle positions ... started the final five games of the season and played in the last seven contests overall ... made two starts at left tackle, two at left guard and one at right tackle ... two-time scout team player of the week (Murray State and Michigan State).
Prep/Personal: Offensive lineman for head coach Dan Galante at St. Patrick High School ... rated the No. 37 guard nationally by ESPN.com ... Prep Star All-Midwest Region selection ... Pioneer Press All-Area selection and member of the East Suburban Catholic All-Conference team ... named St. Patrick Most Valuable Offensive Lineman ... three-year football and two-year track letterwinner ... mother is Rozlyn C. Pagán ... born on July 20, 1990, Justin A. Pagán is a criminal justice major.
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