HIGH SCHOOL—He earned PrepStar All-West Region honors at wide receiver as a senior, when he was also a SuperPrep Preseason All-Far West selection (the No. 101 overall player in the California-Hawai’i-Nevada region). He earned first-team All-San Gabriel Valley as a senior and was a first-team All-Sierra League performer and his team’s most valuable receiver his junior and senior years. As a senior, he caught 56 passes for 1,041 yards and 10 touchdowns, averaging 18.6 yards per reception. He had four 100-yard and three multiple TD games (seven and five, respectively, for his career). He also had 190 return yards, three kickoffs for 99 (33.0 per, with a long of 54) and five punts for 91, an 18.2 average. He caught 53 passes for 834 yards and nine touchdowns his junior year, when he had his career-long reception of 87 yards. He also started at cornerback as a senior, recording 28 tackles (15 solo), with three interceptions (three others were called back due to penalties); he also had quarterback sack and a fumble recovery. He was a reserve on defense other seasons, playing corner and safety at times. Top games as a senior: in a 41-13 win over Chino Hills, he caught five passes for 181 yards (36.2 average), three for touchdowns including a 55-yarder; he had a season-high seven catches for 136 yards in a 52-7 win over Los Osos; and in a 38-7 win over South Hills, he caught three balls for 116 yards and two scores. Top games as a junior: in a 38-7 win over Chino Hills, he caught a career-high eight passes for 114 yards, and a week later in a 63-21 rout of Santiago, he caught six for 119 yards and three touchdowns. Under Coach Lou Farrar, Charter Oak was 10-2 his junior and senior seasons, winning the Sierra League title both years, and was 6-2 his sophomore year. He also lettered three years in basketball (forward), averaging about 15 points per game as a junior; he did not play as a senior, but was going to go out for track for the first time this spring (jumps, relays).
ACADEMICS—He is interested in majoring in Environmental Sciences at Colorado.
PERSONAL—He was born June 21, 1995 in Pasadena, Calif. A cousin and teammate (Khari Garcia) will be a freshman safety this fall at Montana State. He overcame tragedy at an early age, as his half-brother accidentally shot and killed his father when he was 4 years old; he then started to play most sports at that young age, starting with football, soccer, baseball and basketball.
(Last name is pronounced bo-bo)