- Appeared in two games in 2014, seeing limited time at LG and on special teams in the first regular-season action of his career.
- Was on Green Bay’s practice squad for the final 12 regular-season games and the team’s playoff contest in 2013.
- Entered the NFL as a non-drafted free agent with the Cleveland Browns in May 2012 and was on the Browns’ practice squad for the entire 2012 regular season. Was signed to Green Bay’s practice squad in January 2013 and was with the Packers for one week in the 2012 postseason.
Lettered four years for the Sun Devils, playing in 39 career games with 35 starts (including 31 consecutive) at center and both guard positions…Earned “Hard Hat” player recognition three times for his work in ASU’s offseason strength and conditioning program…Was named a team captain as a senior…Was invited to the 2012 Senior Bowl and practiced with the North squad before suffering a finger injury prior to the game…Earned his bachelor’s degree in U.S. history and his master’s degree in secondary education…Senior season (2011): Started all 13 games at center, earning second-team All-Pacific-12 honors and helping Arizona State reach their first bowl game in four seasons…Was named to the preseason watch lists for the Rimington Trophy and the Outland Trophy…Snapped for QB Brock Osweiler, who set single-season school records for passing yards (4,036), completions (326) and attempts (516) in 2011…Also helped block for RB Cameron Marshall, who rushed for 1,050 yards and matched a single-season school record with 18 rushing touchdowns…Blocked for Osweiler’s career-best 487-yard performance vs. Arizona (Nov. 19)…Junior season (2010): Started all 12 games at center for the second-best pass offense in the Pac-12, as the Sun Devils totaled 3,437 yards...Recorded his first career reception off a deflected pass in a win vs. Northern Arizona (Sept. 11)…Helped ASU tally a season-high 597 total yards (387 pass, 210 rush) vs. No. 5-ranked Oregon (Sept. 25)…Sophomore season (2009): Appeared in eight games with seven starts, opening two contests at center and five at right guard…Started at center vs. No. 12-ranked Southern California (Nov. 7) as the offense passed for 266 yards…Redshirt freshman season (2008): Played in six games, starting the final three…Made his collegiate debut in a 41-17 win vs. Stanford (Sept. 6)…Started his first collegiate game vs. Washington State (Nov. 15), blocking for a Sun Devils offense that passed for 257 yards and rushed for 141 more.
Given name Garth Gant Hallquist Gerhart...Last name is pronounced GAIR-hart…Born in Corona, Calif. …Brother, Toby, is a running back for the Jacksonville Jaguars and was runner-up for the 2009 Heisman Trophy while playing at Stanford…Helped block for Toby as he set the California high school state rushing record with 9,662 career yards…Father, Todd, was his high school coach and played RB for the Denver Gold of the USFL in 1985…His father also played collegiately at Cal State Fullerton from 1981-84…Has triplet younger sisters who all played collegiate softball, Teagan and Kelsey at Stanford and Whitley at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo…High school: Lettered four years at Norco (Calif.) High School…Was a co-recipient of the 2006 Most Valuable Player of the C.I.F. Eastern Division as an offensive lineman...Also lettered three years in baseball, one in track and one in basketball…Community involvement: Attended a pizza party for the PALS program…Residence: Norco, Calif.