HIGH SCHOOL-In an offense that passed an average of 7-10 times per game, he helped Apopka High School compile a 23-5 record the two years he started at tight end under coach Rick Darlington. As a senior, he caught 21 passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns as Apopka went 12-2 and won the 6A District 5 championship, a regional championship and advanced to the state semifinal game. He lists his top game against Treasure Coast when he had three receptions for 51 yards and a touchdown. He also scored against Olympia with two catches for 35 yards. As a junior when Apopka went 11-3, he had 14 catches for 109 yards and a touchdown. That season, Apopka advanced to the regional final and just missed out on a league championship, as well. He scored his first high school touchdown that season against Miami-Jackson, when he had three catches for 61 yards. He also lettered twice in basketball, and was the MVP of his freshman basketball team. He also won an academic award his freshman year for basketball.
ACADEMICS-He plans on majoring in either Chemical or Mechanical Engineering at Colorado.
PERSONAL-He was born May 19, 1992 in Philadelphia, Pa. He enjoys sleeping, hanging out with friends and volunteering at his parents staffing agency.