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Earned two varsity letters…appeared in 19 games, making one start…tallied 24 tackles including one for loss…Pac-12 All-Academic First Team as a senior.
RS-SENIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, making one start…played mostly on special teams…made 21 tackles including one for loss…named a team captain twice…made first career start, tallied career-high 16 tackles including 12 solo in season-opener against Rutgers in Seattle…made three tackles, one for loss at Nevada…tallied on tackle against USC…presented WSU’s J. Fred Bohler Award, voted by team on player who best exemplifies the inspiration of former WSU athletic director and basketball coach J. Fred Bohler…earned Pac-12 All-Academic First Team honors.
RS-JUNIOR (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in eight games, mostly on special teams…made one tackle in win at California…appeared on defense at outside linebacker and made two tackles in win at Arizona.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2012): Appeared on special teams against No. 17 UCLA.
RS-FRESHMAN (2011): Redshirt season…earned WSU Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week honors twice (UCLA, California).
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
All-Great Northern League first team selection as a defensive back and at wide receiver as a SENIOR…named honorable mention All-State and named Player of the Game at the 2A State Championship game as a senior…orignally signed a letter of intent to play baseball at WSU…two-time Greater Northern League batting champion, .690 as a junior and .595 as a senior…two-time All-GNL first team selection…selected to Northwest Junior Olympic baseball team, Seattle Mariners All-Northwest team and Eastern Washington All-Star team.
Parents Mike and Robin…brother, Bryan was played professional baseball for Boston Red Sox and is currently a quarterback at Whitworth University…dad, Mike played wide receiver at WSU in early 1980’s…mom, Robin is a WSU graduate…sister, Leah played volleyball at Pacific University (Ore.)....marketing major.