|Other College:||Butler (Kan.) CC|
2018: Enters the season with at least one touchdown pass in 17 consecutive games . . . Among active players, ranked second in the nation in career passing yards per game (267.4), sixth in total offense per game (289.6 ypg) and touchdown passes (56), eighth in passing yards (6,686), ninth in total offense (7,239 yards), 10th in pass efficiency (145.15) and 14th in completions (502) . . . Enters the season ranked second all-time at A-State in passing touchdowns and fourth in completions, passing yards and total offense . . . Athlon Sports Preseason First Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Sporting News list of “College Football’s Top 25 Quarterbacks for 2018” . . . USA Today’s No. 2 ranked player in its “10 Best College Football Quarterbacks in Group of Five Conferences” . . . Bleacher Report’s “Best QB in the Sun Belt Conference.”
2017: Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Year . . . First Team All-Sun Belt Conference . . . Named a “Top 20” candidate for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award . . . Started every game at quarterback, setting new single-season Arkansas State and Sun Belt Conference records for passing touchdowns (37), touchdown responsibility (44) and total offense (4,389 yards) . . . Also broke the school records for completions (305) and passing yards (3,967) . . . His 3,967 passing yards were the third most in Sun Belt history, while his completions total ranked as the sixth most ever by a Sun Belt player . . . Ended the 2017 season having established eight new Arkansas State statistical records (5 season, 3 game) and tying another . . . Ranked among the top 10 players in the nation in seven statistical categories, and he was the only player in the country to rank among the top five in points responsible for per game, total offense average, passing touchdowns, completions per game and passing yards per game . . . Led the nation in points responsible for per game (22.2), while also ranking third in the country in total offense (365.8 ypg), fourth in passing touchdowns and passing yards per game (330.6), fifth in completions per game (25.4), seventh in points responsible for (266), ninth in passing yards (3,967) and 21st in passing efficiency (149.6) . . . Received a combined 10 conference or national weekly awards following six different games, including Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week (2x), Manning Award Star of the Week nominee (2x), Davey O’Brien “Great 8” Performer of the Week (1x), College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Performer of the Week (1x) and College Sports Madness Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week (4x) . . . Named the CFPA National Performer of the Week, Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Week, College Sports Madness (CSM) SBC Player of the Week and a Manning Award Star of the Week nominee following his performance against Louisiana-Monroe on Nov. 25, when he set school records for both passing yards (520 yards) and total offense (550 yards) while also completing four touchdown passes and finishing with six total touchdowns. His passing yards ranked as the fifth most in the nation for a single game and his total offense output sixth, helping the Red Wolves pile up 781 yards total offense that broke the school and Sun Belt Conference records as a well. His 520 passing yards ranked as the third most in Sun Belt history, his touchdowns responsible for tied the third most and his 550 yards total offense the fourth most . . . Tabbed CSM’s Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week following his Nov. 2 performance against Nebraska, which saw him complete a school-record 46 passes that were the second most in the nation for 2017 while also throwing for 415 yards and three touchdowns . . . Also earned the same honor following the Red Wolves’ Sept. 16 game versus UAPB when he passed for 336 yards and tied a school record with five touchdown completions . . . Earned a nomination for the Manning Award Star of the Week following an Oct. 14 game against Coastal Carolina, which he also finished with a school-record-tying five touchdown passes . . . Named the SBC Co-Offensive Player of the Week and a Davey O’Brien “Great 8” Performer of the Week for his performance Oct. 19 against Louisiana, a game that saw him record 396 yards total offense, a career-high 121 yards on the ground and three touchdowns responsible for. In the process, he became just the fifth player in Sun Belt history to record at least 275 passing yards and 100 rushing yards in the same game . . . He again was named the CSM Sun Belt Offensive Player of the Week after he completed four touchdown passes, including two in the fourth quarter to help the Red Wolves overcome a 21-17 deficit with 14:56 left in its Oct. 28 victory over New Mexico State . . . Completed at least one touchdown pass in all 12 games, including 11 with at least two, seven with three or more and five with at least four . . . Passed for over 200 yards in every game, while finishing six outings with at least 300 and three games with 400 or more . . . Phil Steele’s No. 43 ranked “Top NFL Draft Eligible Quarterback” in the nation entering the 2017 season.
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.
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