2015: [Game-by-Game] Appeared in 13 games, making one start … recorded 37 tackles including 26 unassisted … tallied 4.0 tackles-for-a-loss … recorded two sacks … made seven tackles including five unassisted vs. Western Michigan (10/10) … made five stops vs. Toledo (11/10) … recorded a sack, a quarterback hurry and finished with four tackles vs. Monmouth (9/12) … recovered a fumble vs. Northern Illinois (10/3) … had one tackle-for-a-loss vs. Buffalo (10/17) and vs. Akron (10/31) … had a pair of solo tackles against Minnesota (12/28) in the Quick Lane Bowl.
2014: [Game-by-Game] Saw action in all 13 games ... tallied 16 tackles including six solo stops ... recorded first career interception against Western Michigan (11/22) ... had a season-high three tackles, 0.5 tackles-for-a-loss and a quarterback hurry against Chattanooga (8/28) ... also had three stops at Toledo (9/27) including two solo tackles ... had a pair of tackles against Purdue (9/6), Eastern Michigan (11/1) and Western Michigan (11/22).
High School: Three-year varsity starter...played safety and wide receiver...team captain...ranked No. 47 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 56 on Detroit News Blue Chip List...a three-time All-Southeastern Conference selection...received all-state honorable mention from the Detroit News...member of All-Washtenaw County Dream Team...voted team MVP... selected to play in the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game...helped the Railsplitters go from a winless team to a playoff team and back-to-back winning seasons...in 2012, registered 53 tackles and two interceptions, taking one back for a touchdown, and had 874 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns...also saw spot duty at running back, rushing for 212 yards and three touchdowns...totaled 141 tackles and four sacks for career...three-year letterwinner in track & field, two-year captain, and two-year MVP...three-time All-Southeastern Conference...earned all-state honors as junior, finishing second in the state in the long jump (23'4").