HIGH SCHOOL—As a senior, he earned PrepStar All-Central Region honors at offensive tackle. The Houston Chronicle named him as a member of its Houston Top 100, and he earned honorable mention All-State, first-team All-District 14-5A, first-team All-County and first-team All-Greater Houston honors. He played in the International Bowl, as he was a member of Team USA (U-18) that squared off against Team Canada. He also was a second-team All-District performer as a junior. A two-year starter at offensive tackle, he had over 80 pancake blocks, 20 direct touchdown blocks and did not allow a quarterback sack in his 26-game career. As a senior, he graded out to 89 percent, highest on the team; he allowed four quarterback pressures and was called for five penalties. As a junior, he allowed five pressures and was flagged just three times. Top game as a senior came in a 42-33 win over College Park, when he graded out to 93 percent and had six pancake blocks; his best game as a junior was against Dallas Skyline (a 35-31 loss in the state 5A quarterfinals), when he had a 95 percent game grade with three pancake blocks. Under Coach Mark Schmid, The Woodlands was 8-4 his senior year, sharing the District 14-5A title, and 12-2 his junior season; TWHS lost in second round of the playoffs his senior year after reaching the quarterfinals the previous season.
ACADEMICS—He is interested in majoring in Geology at Colorado. He owns a 3.0 grade point average at The Woodlands.
PERSONAL—He was born May 8, 1995 in Houston, Texas. His hobbies include anything outdoors, especially fishing, golf and tennis. An older brother, Jake, will be a senior on the lacrosse team this fall at Mississippi. Community service in high school included coaching 7-on-7 in the SCFL (South County Football League) in Houston.
(Last name is pronounced kronn-sage)