UCLA — Shane is a solid offensive lineman who should compete for the starting job at offensive right guard throughout the season … His strengths include his athleticism, his experience and his intensity … He gives his best effort on everything he does.
2002 — Appeared in five games off the bench … Battled a nagging ankle sprain over the last part of the season … Appeared in games at Oklahoma State, versus Colorado, at San Diego State, at Oregon State and at California.
2001 — Saw action in nine games and started six, including each of the first five … On the year, he was credited with 30 KO blocks … Opened the season as the starter at right guard and made his first career start at Alabama … Graded out at a team-best 88% in the win over Ohio State … Credited with seven KO blocks in the record-setting win over Washington and graded at 88% … Missed the California and Stanford games with an ankle injury … Added six more KOs in the game against Oregon … Was on the field for at least 40 plays in seven games … Participated in a high of 64 plays in the contest at Oregon State and saw action in 59 plays against Ohio State.
2000 — As a redshirt freshman, Lehmann made a valuable contribution as the team’s No. 3 guard … He appeared in eight games on offense, including each of the last six … He played 12 snaps at Washington, 10 versus USC and nine against Stanford.
1999 — Did not appear in a game during his first year with the program and has one season of eligibility remaining … Offensive winner of UCLA’s Charles Pike Memorial Award for Outstanding Scout Team Player.
HIGH SCHOOL — Lettered three years in football as an offensive lineman for coach John Brandon … Parade All-American … USA Today second-team All-American … Rated the No. 16 player in the nation by Tom Lemming (The Sporting News.com) … A SuperPrep All-American who was ranked the nation’s No. 8 offensive lineman and the No. 11 player in the California/Arizona/Hawaii region … Member of PrepStar Dream Team … Rated the No. 4 offensive lineman in the nation and No. 1 in the Western Region by PrepStar … A Super 30 All-Western selection by PrepStar … Ranked fourth (tied) among offensive tackles by the National Recruiting Advisor … Rated the nation’s No. 16 player by RivalNet … Rated nation’s No. 41 player and No. 6 offensive lineman by Bobby Burton/ESPN.com … Ranked No. 39 player in the nation on the Cornwell 100 … Rated the No. 53 player in the nation by The Sporting News … Member of RivalNet’s 22-man All-America team … Member of Dallas Morning News National 100 … Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram National 100 … Member of fansonly.com Top 100 … Member of CBS SportsLine/PrepStar Top 100 … Member of Orange County Register Fab 15 … Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West squad with seven votes … Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 … First-team All-State selection by Cal-Hi Sports … Named first-team All-CIF Southern Section … Selected All-CIF Division V … L.A. Times Inland Empire Lineman/Linebacker of the Year … First-team L.A. Times All-Inland Empire … Twice named All-Riverside County and All-Mountain View League … Team won Mountain View championship in 1998 … As a senior, he recorded 69 pancake blocks and graded at 90% on his blocking assignments … Selected to play in the annual California-Texas Shrine All-Star Game … PrepStar pre-season Dream Team member … PrepStar pre-season Super 30 All-West selection … In SuperPrep’s pre-season issue, he was ranked No. 4 nationally among offensive linemen and No. 6 among all players in the California/Nevada/Hawaii area … Had 35 decleaters as a junior.
PERSONAL — Full Name: Shane Robert Lehmann … Born: January 8, 1981 in Fountain Valley, CA … Parents: Robert and Leslie Lehmann … Has one younger brother, Randy, and one younger sister, MacKenzie … Biggest athletic thrill was beating Norco High for a share of the league title before a standing room only crowd … Hobbies include weightlifting … Earned spot on Director’s Honor Roll in Winter 2000 (3.01 GPA) and Winter 2001 (3.00) … Sociology major.