|Other College:||Delaware State|
2018: Played in all 13 games in a reserve role in the secondary and on special teams . . . Completed the year with 27 tackles (11 solo/16 assist), 1.0 tackles for loss and 0.5 sacks . . . Responsible for at least one tackle in 10 games and multiple stops in seven outings, including a season-high eight against South Alabama . . . Also finished the Tulsa and Texas State games with four tackles . . . Tallied a half tackle for loss against both South Alabama and Texas State and his 0.5 sack came versus the Jaguars . . . A-State Athletics Director’s Honor Roll member.
2017: Sat the season out due to NCAA transferring rules and redshirted . . .
DELAWARE STATE: Emerged as one of the Hornets' top defensive players as a true freshman . . . appeared in all 11 games at free safety . . . also a special teams standout . . . eighth on the Hornets with 39 tackles, highlighted by 27 solo stops . . . tops among team newcomers in total and unassisted tackles . . . also credited with one tackle-for-loss, an interception and a blocked kick return for a touchdown . . . accumulated 48 tackles, 2 tfl, 2 FF and 5 pass deflections during sophomore season.
HIGH SCHOOL: A football and baseball standout at Woodbridge HS . . . All-Henlopen Conference First Team selection on offense and defense during his senior season . . . school record holder in passing yards and combined yards . . . had 47 tackles and three interceptions as a senior . . . competed in 2015 Delaware Blue-Gold All-Star Football Game . . . All-State and All-Henlopen selection on offense and defense during junior year . . . helped lead team to state playoff semifinals as a junior . . . All-Henlopen selection on offense and defense during sophomore season . . . All-State and All-Conference baseball selection.
PERSONAL: Born Feb. 5, 1997 in Greenwood, Del. . . . Brother Jordan played football at Wesley College (Del.) from 2011-to-2014 . . . General Studies major.