HIGH SCHOOL—One of the top ranked quarterbacks nationally by most of the recruiting publications, PrepStar ranked him as the No. 7 and Rivals the No. 13 pro-style quarterback nationally. He finished the prestigious Elite 11 camp as the the No. 7 player in the camp prior to his senior season. SuperPrep slotted him as the No. 66 player in the Far West region, the No. 61 player out of California, and the No. 5 quarterback in the Golden State. Scout ranked him as the No. 28 signal caller in the nation, and ESPN ranked him as the No. 115 player in the West region. As a senior, he was named Coastal League Player of the Year, and a first-team All-Coastal League and All-San Diego County selection in leading the Patriots to a league title. He also was selected by ESPN Cal-Hi Sports as a first-team All-State small school selection and was the second-team All-CIF San Diego Section. As a junior, he was named first-team All-San Diego County, second-team All-Coastal League, and was chosen to participate in the Cal State 5 Star High School Game following the season. He set every passing record at Christian in his three years there, two of which he spent as the starting quarterback, after lettering as freshman at The Bishop’s School. For his career at Christian, he completed 441-of-800 attempts (55.1 percent) for 6,681 yards and 45 touchdowns with 29 interceptions. He also ran for nine touchdowns and had two receiving touchdowns in his time with the Patriots. In his senior season, he was 200-of-338 passing (59.2 percent) for 3,301 yards and 22 touchdowns, throwing only nine interceptions. He also gained 70 yards rushing for the season, scoring seven times on the ground, had one reception for 19 yards, and had two punts totaling 68 yards. One of his best performances as a senior came on the biggest stage as he led Christian to a 32-29 win that avenged a previous loss to Santa Fe Christian in the CIF San Diego Section Championship. He was 13-of-29 passing (44.8 percent) in the game, throwing for 316 yards and two touchdowns, and added a rushing touchdown. Other top games as a senior came in a 34-12 over Verbum Dei (18-of-27 passing for 304 yards and two touchdowns, 21 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown) and in a 49-0 victory against El Cajon Valley (17-of-20 passing for 224 yards and two touchdowns, one rushing touchdown). As a junior, he threw for 2,978 yards on 206-of-388 passing (53.1 percent) with 19 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. His top performance as a junior came against his former school, Bishop’s, as he completed 28-of-43 pass attempts for 454 yards and five touchdowns in a 56-44 defeat. As a sophomore, he played both quarterback and wide receiver, throwing for 402 yards and four touchdowns on 35-of-74 passing. He also had seven catches for 61 yards and two receiving touchdowns as a sophomore. In his freshman season at Bishop’s, he completed one pass that went for a 32-yard touchdown on three attempts. Under coach Matt Oliver, he led Christian to a 16-9 record the past two seasons (10-3 as a senior; 6-6 as a junior; 7-5 as a sophomore) with a CIF San Diego Championship as a senior. He also is an accomplished basketball player and was recruited by several schools to play on the hardwood. He is averaging 19.0 points and 13.0 rebounds per game as a senior after averaging 25.0 points and 12.0 boards per game as a junior. He was named first-team All-Central League and first-team All-East County for his efforts as a junior. As a sophomore, he was a second-team All-East County selection. He also played on the varsity baseball team as both a freshman and a sophomore.
ACADEMICS—He is planning on majoring in Communications at Colorado. In high school, he was named academic first-team All- Coastal League for both football and basketball.
PERSONAL—He was born January 14, 1994, in El Cajon, Calif. Hobbies include hanging out with friends and family, and playing video games. He is actively involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and also coaches a fourth-grade basketball team.