|Hometown:||San Luis Obispo, Calif.|
|High School:||San Luis Obispo|
AT COLORADO: 2013 (Sr.)-He saw action in nine games (no starts), all on special teams and occasionally on offense. He did not have any receptions, and had three knockdown blocks on return unit duty. He caught four passes for 68 yards in spring scrimmage action, averaging 17.0 per catch with a long of 43.
2012 (Jr.)- He did not see any game action, but did dress for eight games on the year.
2011 (Soph.)-He did not see any game action, but did dress for three games, Washington in Seattle and the final two home games against Southern California and Arizona.
2010 (Fr.-RS): He did not see any action, but dressed for all six home games in Boulder and the CSU game in Denver. He practiced on the scout team for much of the fall. He joined the team as a walk-on in time to participate in spring practice, and caught one pass for 11 yards in the three main spring scrimmages.
2009 (Fr.)-Enrolled in classes at Colorado but was not in the football program; however, his “NCAA clock” started.
HIGH SCHOOL-As a senior team captain, he was an honorable mention All-County performer at wide receiver. That year, he caught 29 passes for 355 yards (12.2 avg.) and two touchdowns, while rushing 17 times for 60 yards (3.5) and two more scores. He caught 14 passes for 177 yards (12.6 per) as a junior. San Luis Obispo was 4-6 his senior year, 4-6-1 his junior season and 9-3 his sophomore campaign under Craig Winninghoff. He also lettered once in track (sprints, relays) and played one season of basketball (small forward).
ACADEMICS-He graduated from Colorado in December 2013 with a degree in Communication. He earned Scholar-Athlete recognition as a junior and senior in high school.
PERSONAL-He was born April 12, 1991 in Palo Alto, Calif. His hobbies include collecting baseball memorabilia, playing most sports, snowboarding, lifting weights and movies. A cousin, Dan Turbow, was a member of three NCAA champion tennis teams at Stanford (1988-90); a great uncle, Hubert Ehret, played professional soccer in Germany. He was the youngest licensed towsurfer in the state of Hawai’i (he earned it at the age of 14).