|High School:||Washington HS|
|Other College:||College of San Mateo|
2014 – Enrolled at Oregon in time to take part in 2014 spring drills to enhance his transition from the junior college ranks . . . Provided depth along an experienced offensive line while stepping onto the field for six games . . . Participated in a season-high 19 snaps in the season-opening win over South Dakota and added 15 plays vs. Colorado . . . Positioned himself for an increased role in 2015 with a solid spring showing.
BEFORE OREGON -- Tagged as the top junior college guard in the country by 247 Sports as well as among the top 20 overall JC prospects in the country . . . Was a major force for a school that led the state’s JC ranks in rushing (349.5 avg.), was eighth in scoring (39.8 avg.) and 10th in total offense (464.5 avg.) . . . Bulldogs finished 2013 as the NorCal Conference runners-up with a 9-1 record under head coach Bret Pollack . . . Characterized as a punishing blocker who is explosive off the line of scrimmage and possesses quickness to the edge and the second line of defense . . . Was a two-way prep starter at Washington HS after moving from New Zealand as a 10-year-old . . . Earned all-Mission Valley League honors on offense as a high school sophomore before receiving all-conference acclaim on both offense and defense the following year . . . Tabbed as one of the East Bay’s top 25 players heading into his senior year for the Huskies before he was chosen to play in the East Bay-Sacramento Area all-star game as a defensive lineman at the conclusion of his final year.
PERSONAL — Major: General Social Science.