JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, starting 10…fifth on team with 66 tackles…recorded four pass breakups…tied for team lead with two forced fumbles…recorded six tackles against Rutgers in Seattle…made five tackles at Nevada…recorded five tackles and forced a fumble in win over Portland State…tallied six tackles against No. 2 Oregon…made career-high 12 tackles, nine solo and broke up a pass against California…made six tackles and forced a fumble at No. 25 Stanford…started final five games…made four tackles against No. 15 Arizona and against USC…recorded five tackles in win at Oregon State…tallied four tackles at No. 13 Arizona State…made nine tackles in Apple Cup.
SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, started first 10…fourth on team with 54 tackles…forced one fumble and recovered one…made four tackles and forced a fumble at Auburn…recorded six tackles in win at No. 25 USC…had seven tackles in win over Southern Utah…made five tackles and recovered a fumble in win over Idaho…recorded seven tackles, five solo against No. 5 Stanford in Seattle…made three tackles in win at California…tallied eight tackles, all solo and broke up a pass against Oregon State…made four tackles at No. 2 Oregon and four against No. 25 Arizona State…had six tackles in win at Arizona.
FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 10 games, making two starts...made 22 tackles and broke up two passes...started season-opener, made nine tackles and broke up two passes at BYU...started, made seven tackles in win over Eastern Washington...appeared mainly on special teams following first two games...made two tackles against No. 2 Oregon in Seattle...made three tackles at Arizona State...made one tackle in Apple Cup victory over Washington.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
As a JUNIOR named all-State honorable mention...ranked No. 101 safety in country and rated three stars by Scout.com during SENIOR year...earned all-State second team honors...rated the No. 10 prospect in Hawaii by ESPNU, No. 4 by 247Sports and No. 7 by Rivals.com.