|High School:||Serra HS|
2015 – Stepped onto the field for 11 of 13 games while drawing consecutive opening assignments at cornerback against Utah, Colorado, and Washington State . . . Tallied five tackles, including three solo stops, in his collegiate starting debut before following that up with a collegiate-best of six unassisted stops the next week in Boulder . . . Contentrated his efforts at safety the latter part of the year.
2014 – Benefitted from the veteran depth in the secondary which allowed coaches to preserve his year of eligibility as a redshirt . . . Posted two tackles, including 0.5 tackle for loss in the 2015 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON -- Included among Scout.com ’s listing of the top 100 prospects in the state and was a key component at safety for a team that finished 2013 with a 13-1 record and ranked 11th in California . . . Completed his senior season with 54 tackles (21 unassisted), including one quarterback sack, in addition to intercepting one pass and forcing one fumble . . . Credited with a season-high 12 tackles in the Cavaliers’ lone loss of the year under head coach Scott Altenberg after blocking a punt and scooping up the loose ball for an 18-yard touchdown run in a 40-6 win over Buena . . . Characterized as an instinctive standout and “big hitter” who took advantage of his athletic prowess to play a number of positions for the 2013 Mission League champions . . . The two-time all-conference honoree tallied 64 tackles as a junior in addition to returning one of his three interceptions into the end zone . . . Also deflected nine passes and recovered one fumble . . . Is the younger brother of Duke Ihenacho, who plays for the Denver Broncos.
PERSONAL — Major: UndeclaredIHENACHO'S CAREER BESTS
Tackles: 6, at Colorado, 10/03/15