|Hometown:||St. Petersburg, Fla.|
|High School:||Admiral Farragut Academy|
2015 (Redshirt Junior): Returned to action in season opener vs. Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 5), recording first interception of season and two tackles (one solo)...Added four tackles and second interception of season in action at FAU (Sept. 11)...Had one tackle and 0.5 TFL in action vs. Nebraska (Sept. 19)...Finished with four tackles (one solo), 0.5 TFLs and third interception of season in start at Cincinnati (Oct. 1)...Returned pick career-long 37 yards.
2014 (Junior): Did not see any action after undergoing preseason surgery, redshirted to retain eligibility.
2013 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, starting 12 at safety ... Ranked fourth on team with 46 total tackles, making 30 solo stops ... Ranked second on team with three interceptions ... Tallied pair of tackles in season opener vs. FAU ... Recorded second career INT in upset win over No. 12/9 Florida ... Tallied four tackles and PBU in road win at USF... Recorded second interception of season, PBU and three tackles against Georgia Tech ... Had four tackles in comeback road win at UNC ... Registered four tackles with PBU in comeback win over Wake Forest ... Registered third interception of season in loss at Florida State ... Had five solo stops in loss to Virginia Tech ... Seasn-high seven tackles in win over Virginia ... Had six tackles in road win at Pitt ... Earned letter.
2012 (True Freshman): Played in 10 games at defensive back, making two starts ... Finished with 27 tackles, one INT and three pass break-ups ... Made UM debut in road win at Boston College ... Tallied four solo stops in home win vs. Virginia Tech ... Recorded career-best eight tackles (seven solo) in road loss at Virginia ... Career-first start came against USF, finishing with 7 tackles and career-first INT ... Made four tackles and three PBUs in second start at Duke ... Earned letter.
High School: Three-star recruit according to Rivals, Scout.com and ESPN ... Rated as the No. 27 safety prospect according to Rivals and No. 40 according to ESPN ... Played multiple positions at Admiral Farragut Academy in St. Petersburg, Fla., including quarterback, wide receiver, running back and defensive back ... Saw action in only seven games as season, after being sidelined by injury ... As junior threw for 824 yards on 48-of-72 passing with 10 touchdowns and one interception, while rushing 83 times for 647 yards and seven touchdowns and zero fumbles ... Also caught one pass for 23-yard score ... On defense had three interceptions, 15 tackles with one for loss, and eight passes defended and also had four sacks and one forced fumble ... Ran track for Admiral Farragut and was named Athlete of the Year after winning State Class A title in 110-meter hurdles and placing second in 300-meter hurdles ... Attended Al Golden Football Camp ... Football coach was Chris Miller ... Chose UM over Florida State and Alabama.
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