HIGH SCHOOL - As a senior, he earned first-team All-State (Division II) honors from both Cal-Hi Sports and MaxPreps, in addition to being named All-CIF Southern Section Western Division and garnering All-Area team accolades from both the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Daily News. He was the Mission League's Most Valuable Player on defense, and Chaminade's MVP overall, culminating a career where he was a three-year starter on both offense (running back and wide receiver) and defense (cornerback). He was also team MVP his junior season, when he garnered honorable mention All-CIF, All-State and first-team All-Mission League honors; he made the All-State Underclassmen Team as a sophomore. As a senior, he rushed for 1,979 yards on 247 attempts with 37 touchdowns, averaging 8.0 per carry, while hauling in 29 catches for 610 yards and four more scores. He had three games with over 200 yards rushing and nine with 100 or more. On defense, he was in on 63 tackles (40 solo, three for losses with a quarterback sack), with five interceptions, returning three of those for TDs, 10 pass deflections, a forced fumble, a recovery and a blocked kick. As a junior, he had 76 carries for 652 yards and 12 touchdowns, with 22 receptions for 299 yards and two TDs. He had 52 tackles (42 solo), with six interceptions (123 return yards), 11 passes broken up, two forced fumbles and two recoveries (for 74 yards in returns). His sophomore year, he rushed 20 times for 136 yards and three scores, with one reception for 14 yards; he racked up 60 tackles (50) solo with six interceptions and 10 deflections. For his career, he rushed for 2,770 yards, with 923 receiving yards, 17 interceptions, 31 pass deflections and 65 touchdowns, the latter including seven return scores. He saw spot action on the varsity as a freshman (four rushes, three yards). Top games as a senior: in a 56-35 win over St. Francis, he rushed 24 times for 274 yards and seven touchdowns (with 74 more yards on three receptions); he had 222 yards and five TDs in a 46-43 win over Notre Dame and 133 yards and four scores in the big win over Serra; and in the state championship game, a 41-9 throttling of Enterprise, he had three interceptions, one for a TD, with a rushing TD on offense. In a 64-11 romp over Pacifica his junior year, he had two kick return touchdowns, two interceptions, 56 yards rushing and a score and a 41-yard receptions. Under coach Ed Croson, Chaminade was 14-2 his senior year, claiming the CIF Division II state, Division II regional, Western Division and Mission League titles and finishing with a No. 2 ranking in the state; the team was 12-2 his junior season and 11-3 his sophomore year. He also has lettered three times in track (sprints and relays), with a career best of 51.0 in the 400-meter dash, though he posted a 50.0 on the third leg in a 4x400.
ACADEMICS - He is interested in Integrative Physiology as his major at Colorado.
PERSONAL - He was born January 31, 1995 in Beaumont, Texas. He is involved with his high school aerial team as well as it choir (Lord's Chorus). A younger brother (Dymond, a high school sophomore) is a wide receiver and defensive back who is already receiving scholarship offers from Division I schools.