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HIGH SCHOOL - As a senior, he earned first-team All-State (Division II) honors from MaxPreps (second-team by Cal-Hi Sports), in addition to garnering All-CIF Southern Section Western Division and Los Angeles Daily News All-Area team accolades. ranked him as one of the top 100 players in the state of California following being named the Daily News' area and Mission League defensive player of the year as a junior. He was All-CIF, All-State and All-Area as a junior, and honorable mention All-CIF and All-State as a sophomore; he was a three-time, first-team All-Mission League performer (sophomore through senior years). As a senior, he was in on 170 tackles (102 solo), with 12 for losses including five quarterback sacks; he had three games with 20 or more stops and had 10 or more on nine occasions. He also forced three fumbles to go with two passes broken up and an interception. He played some fullback on offense, but it was primarily a blocking role as he did not have any carries. His junior season, he had 159 tackles (95 solo), with 14 behind the line of scrimmage (seven sacks, and one TFL for a safety), with two pass deflections and an interception; he had two games with 20 or more tackles and seven with 10 or more. He had 113 tackles his sophomore year (88 solo), with eight for losses including three sacks; he had three games with 10 or tackles. For his career, a three-year starter at inside linebacker, he had 442 tackles (285 solo, 34 for losses, 15 sacks), with 19 games when he had double figure tackle counts. In the CIF Southern Section title game, a 38-35 win over Serra, he had 13 tackles, two for losses, as one of his top efforts his senior year (he had 20 tackles against Serra in a 28-20 win as a junior). As a junior, he had 22 tackles (11 solo, five for losses with two sacks) in a 49-39 win over Pelaski Academy from Arkansas, one of two five TFL games he had that season (the other came in an overall 18 tackle effort in a loss to Oaks Christian). 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.

ACADEMICS - He is interested in Business as his major at Colorado. He is carrying a 3.0 grade point average in high school.

PERSONAL - He was born March 31, 1996 in Sylmar, Calif. His hobbies include listening to music; during high school, he coached his little brother's football team.

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