A two-time, first-team All-Pac-10 performer at right tackle for the Bears ... called by Jeff Tedford perhaps the best offensive lineman he has seen ... picked by the New England Patriots in the fifth round of the NFL Draft ... had 35 career starts.
2005: Morris Trophy winner in 2006 as Pac-10's top offensive lineman ... was a member of the Outland Trophy watch list in 2005 ... led Cal with 38 knockdown blocks and finished second with 19 pancakes during the regular season ... received the Berkeley Breakfast Club Award as the outstanding offensive player in the Big Game ... also named Cal's most valuable offensive lineman ... interdisciplinary studies major.
2004: A first team All-Pac-10 honoree after registering a team-high 29 knockdown blocks ... substantial contributor to an offensive line which fueled one of the nation's best rushing offenses and passing efficiency marks ... recipient of both the Bob Tessier Award (most improved offensive lineman) and Andy Smith Award (most playing time).
2003: Started the final 11 games of the season ... team's rushing average increased from 124.3 to 180.3 yards in final 11 games with O'Callaghan as a starter.
2002: Saw action in all 12 games as a reserve tackle.
High School: Earned PrepStar All-America honors, ranking as the No. 10 offensive line prospect in the West ... picked to play on the California state all-star team vs. Florida ... a dominant offensive tackle as a senior, allowing no sacks while registering 74 pancake blocks for a 10-2 Enterprise HS team in 2000 ... led a rushing attack that averaged 240 yards per game.
Personal: Parents are Tom and Evelyn O'Callaghan ... interdisciplinary studies major.