Signed by Green Bay as a non-drafted free agent on May 8, 2015…Started 51 of the 52 games he appeared in for the Wildcats, playing all four seasons at right tackle…Started all 14 games as a senior in 2014, blocking for an offense that averaged 463.6 yards and 34.5 points per game…Provided time for QB Anu Solomon to throw for four TDs as the Wildcats racked up a school-record 787 yards of total offense (434 passing, 353 rushing) in the win vs. UNLV (Aug. 29)…Paved the way for RB Nick Wilson to rush for 174 yards on 30 carries (5.8 avg.) in a 26-23 win vs. Texas-San Antonio (Sept. 4)…Gave Solomon time to throw for a school-record 520 yards, including a 47-yard Hail Mary TD pass as time expired, in a 49-45 win vs. California (Sept. 20)…Anchored an offensive line that helped upset No. 2 Oregon (Oct. 2), recording 495 total yards of offense (287 passing, 208 rushing) in the 31-24 victory…Paved the way for the offense to gain 288 yards on the ground in the homecoming win vs. Colorado (Nov. 8)…Enabled Wilson to rush for 218 yards and three TDs on 20 carries (10.9 avg.) in a win vs. Utah (Nov. 22)…Helped the Wildcats capture the Pac-12 South title with a win over in-state rival Arizona State (Nov. 28) after helping Wilson rush for another three TDs and 178 yards on 24 carries (7.4 avg.)…Started 12 of the 13 games he appeared in as a junior in 2013…Was a member of an offensive line that helped RB Ka’Deem Carey rush for 1,885 yards and 19 TDs…Led an offensive line that helped Arizona average 264.9 rushing yards per game (No. 11 in the country) and allow just 1.31 sacks per game…Paved the way for the Wildcats to gain 306 rushing yards in the season opener vs. Northern Arizona (Aug. 30) and 397 rushing yards the following week at UNLV (Sept. 7)…Provided time for QB B.J. Denker to pass for four TDs and career highs in yards (363) and completions (28) in the loss at Southern California (Oct. 10)…Paved the way for Carey to rush for a season-high 236 yards in the win vs. Utah (Oct. 19)…Helped the offense rack up 670 yards (265 passing, 405 rushing) in the win at Colorado (Oct. 26)…Allowed Carey to rush for 157 yards on 32 carries (4.9 avg.) vs. ASU (Dec. 31), setting a new Pac-12 record with his 15th consecutive 100-yard rushing performance…Started all 13 games as a sophomore in 2012…Blocked for an offense that featured a 3,000-yard passer (Mark Scott, 3,620), a 1,500-yard rusher (Carey, 1,929) and a 1,000-yard receiver (Austin Hill, 1,364)…Provided time for Scott to pass for a season-high 491 yards and three TDs in an overtime loss at Stanford (Oct. 6)…Blocked for Carey as he shattered the single-game Pac-12 record for rushing yards with 366 yards on 25 carries (14.6 avg.) and tied the school record with five TDs in a 56-31 win vs. Colorado (Nov. 10)…Started all 12 games as a redshirt freshman in 2011 and earned freshman All-American honors from Sporting News…Was part of an offensive line that helped QB Nick Foles to throw for 4,334 yards and 28 TDs, averaging 465.2 yards of offense per game and 30.8 points per game…Protected Foles to the tune of 412 yards and five TDs on 34-of-42 passing (81.0 pct.) in a 41-10 win vs. Northern Arizona (Sept. 3)…Helped the offense register 554 yards of total offense (425 passing, 129 rushing) at Southern California (Oct. 1) and 573 yards of total offense (319 passing, 254 rushing) two weeks later vs. UCLA (Oct. 20)…Earned his degree in economy and industry…Graduated from Simeon High School in Chicago, where he was a three-year letterman on the offensive line…Named first-team All-Public League and a top-100 area player by the Chicago Sun-Times following his senior season in 2009…Helped guide the Wolverines to a victory in the city championship in 2009…Was also a standout forward on Simeon’s nationally ranked basketball team…Was a high school teammate of current Packer Nate Palmer…Would like to eventually pursue an MBA degree…Follows a pescatarian diet…Visited children’s hospitals and volunteered with Ben’s Bells and a Boys and Girls Club throughout college…First name is pronounced FAY-bians and last name is pronounced uh-BELLY…Single, lives in Tucson, Ariz. …Given name Fabbians Ebbele Jr.; nickname is “Fabo”…Born in Chicago.