|High School:||Centennial HS|
2015 — Continued to benefit from the experience handed down from a veteran corps of defensive line upperclassmen that should translate into him filling their shoes in the future . . . Played in all 13 games, including a season-high 23 snaps at Arizona State . . . Finished the year with six tackles, including a pair of assisted tackles and two stops in back-to-back appearances vs. Georgia State and Utah, respectively . . . Also was credited with a tackle for loss in a win against the Panthers . . . Added tackles vs. Stanford and TCU in the Alamo Bowl . . . The academic all-conference honorable mention selection earned significant repetitions during 2016 spring drills while posting two quarterback sacks among his three tackles in the Spring Game.
2014 — Saw time in 12 games as a true freshman, providing depth along the middle of Oregon’s defensive line . . . Posted nine tackles on the year yet was more valuable tying up blockers at the line of scrimmage to allow the squad's second line of defense to make plays . . . Enjoyed a career-high four tackles in the season opener against South Dakota .while experiencing his greatest share of playing time at UCLA (25 snaps) . . Had a solid game against California, posting a pair of tackles . . . Also contributed tackles in wins over Wyoming, Colorado and against the Bruins . . . Benefitted from additional reps in the spring with the absence of program's top two defensive linemen from 2014, accumulating 0.5 quarterback sacks among his five tackles in the 2015 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — The CIF all-Inland Division selection was included among Scout’s West Top 150 honorees following his initial U.S. campaign as a prep senior . . . Played a Leone High School in Pago Pago, Somoa in 2012 . . . Was credited with 30 tackles (8 unassisted) and one fumble recovery for the Huskies, who sported a 12-3 record and ended the year ranked sixth in the state under Matt Logan . . . Included was a single-game best seven tackles in the season opener vs. Liberty as well as Long Beach Poly, adding a recovered fumble for a touchdown in the former outing . . . Displayed a relentless motor for the sectional champions while he benefitted from raw strength.