|Hometown:||Las Vegas, Nev.|
|High School:||Arbor View HS|
2015 —Persistence paid off as the third-year sophomore made his collegiate debut off the bench in the season-opening win over Eastern Washington . . . Also stepped onto the field against Georgia State (8 plays), Utah, Washington State and TCU . . . Initiated a change to the defensive front prior to the start of the 2016 spring in order to enhance his chances of making a larger on-field contribution . . . . He was credited with a tackle-for-loss among his three solo tackles in the 2016 Spring Game.
2014 — Injuries have become his biggest deterrent from stepping onto the field his first two years despite possessing the physical tools needed to compete at the collegiate level.
2013 — The redshirt preserved four years of eligibility while acquiring experience at the collegiate level on the program’s scout team.
BEFORE OREGON — The three-time all-Summit Region selection was promoted to his high school program’s varsity team for a playoff run his freshman year despite playing organized football for only approximately four months. . . Holds distinction as school’s first Division I football signee for a program that originated in 1995 . . . Characterized as an athletic lineman who was clocked in 4.93 seconds over 40 yards, was ranked as the No. 4 prep prospect in the state . . . His inexperience prompted recruiting services to attach three stars to his resume by ESPN.com and 247sports.com, yet displayed the speed to fit perfectly with Oregon’s offensive scheme . . . Started all 35 games his final three seasons, with his team compiling a 29-6 ledger and two trips to the Sunset Region playoff semifinals . . . Was credited with 20 unassisted tackles among his 47 stops, along with a quartet of quarterback sacks, one forced fumble and one pass deflection . . . Offensively, paved the way for a team that ran for an average of 313.1 yards per game in 2011 and averaged 369.3 yards on the ground his senior year . . . Helped lead the Aggies to a 10-1 record his senior year for head coach Dan Barnson while paving the way for a team that remained unbeaten until losing in the regional playoff semifinals . . . Selected a second-team all-state honoree as a sophomore and junior before earning first-team all-state acclaim in 2012.PERSONAL — Major: Family and Human Services