|Other College:||Butler (Kan.) CC|
2017: Phil Steele's Preseason Fourth Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Phil Steele's No. 43 ranked “Top NFL Draft Eligible Quarterback” in the nation.
2016: Honorable Mention All-Sun Belt Conference selection . . . Two-time Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 10 and Oct. 31) . . . Manning Award Star of the Week (Oct. 31) . . . College Sports Madness Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 30) . . . Led A-State to an 8-2 record as a starter, including a victory over UCF in the Cure Bowl . . . Led A-State and ranked sixth in the Sun Belt Conference in total offense with 219.2 yards per game, which was the 10th highest in school history . . . Posted 2,850 yards total offense that ranked seventh in school history . . . Ended the season with 197 completions for 2,719 yards and 19 touchdowns . . . Recorded a 57.9 completion percentage (197-340) that was the 10th highest in A-State history . . . 19 passing touchdowns tied the fourth most in school history while tying the second most by a Sun Belt player and ranking 49th in the nation during the 2016 season . . . 197 completions were the sixth most ever by an A-State player and ranked tied for seventh in the SBC in 2016 . . . Averaged 8.0 yards per attempt, ranking first in the Sun Belt and 31st in the nation . . . 13.8 yards per completion led the Sun Belt and ranked 20th in the nation . . . 2,719 passing yards were the sixth most in Arkansas State history and were the third most by a Sun Belt player during the 2016 season, while also ranking 49th in the nation . . . Ran for 131 yards and a touchdown . . . Compiled a 138.9 pass efficiency rating that ranked second in the Sun Belt and 45th in the nation . . . Threw for at least 200 yards in seven games, all coming over A-State's last 10 contests . . . Passed for a season-high 393 yards against Louisiana-Lafayette, which was the sixth most in school history . . . Eclipsed 300 yards passing against Louisiana-Monroe as well, finishing the game with 303 . . . Recorded at least on passing touchdown in nine games, including the last five games of the season . . . Posted a season-high four passing touchdowns against Louisiana-Monroe that tied the fourth most in school history . . . Threw three touchdown passes against Central Arkansas and UCF in the Cure Bowl . . . Completed a season-high 35 passes against the Ragin' Cajuns, the third most ever by an A-State player . . . Also recorded a career-best 440 yards total offense versus Louisiana-Lafayette, which was the fourth most in school history.
BUTLER COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Played in nine games as a redshirt freshman in 2015, earning honorable mention All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College (KJCCC) honors after helping lead Butler to a 9-2 overall record, a KJCCC championship and No. 5 ranking in the final NJCAA poll . . . . Completed 163-of-211 pass attempts (77.3 percent) for 1,694 yards and 12 touchdowns while throwing just two interceptions . . . Also rank for 226 yards and four touchdowns . . . Recorded multiple touchdown passes in three games, including a career-high four in a 52-28 victory over Hutchinson . . . Posted four 200-yard passing games, including a career-high 295 yards in a 42-39 win over Coffeyville . . . Three-star recruit by Rivals, 247Sports and Scout . . . Scout listed him as the No. 34 junior college recruit in the nation, while 247Sports ranks him as the No. 2 junior college quarterback . . . Also recruited by teams such as Iowa State, Arizona State, Auburn and Missouri.
OKLAHOMA: Redshirted the 2014 season at Oklahoma after originally signing with Sooners as a four-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals.com, 247Sports.com and Scout.com coming out of Santa Fe High School in Edmond, Okla.
HIGH SCHOOL: Threw for 966 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior in high school before missing the last three games due to an ankle injury . . . Passed for 3,079 yards and 36 touchdowns with nine interceptions as a junior . . . Played in the Under Armour All-American game . . . No. 4 player in Oklahoma (Rivals.com) . . . No. 6 quarterback (Rivals.com) . . . No. 4 player in Oklahoma (247sports.com) . . . No. 4 quarterback (247sports.com) . . . No. 16 quarterback (Scout.com) . . . No. 5 quarterback (ESPN.com) . . . No. 2 player in Oklahoma (ESPN.com) . . . No. 100 in ESPN300 . . . Also offered by Auburn, Kansas State, Ole Miss, Missouri and Texas A&M coming out of high school.
PERSONAL: General Studies major.