Appeared in season opener vs. No. 20 Virginia Tech and vs. Samford…sat out rest of season and redshirted.
Appeared in five games against Alabama, NC State, at Wake Forest, Miami and at Duke, logging time primarily on special teams…fundamental in the development of the young defensive back position group…injuries limited him to five games in the 2017 season.
Played in nine games, finishing with six tackles (five solo)…had a pair of tackles both at USF and against No. 3 Clemson…made one stop against Charleston Southern and at Syracuse…also contributed on special teams.
Played in four games, primarily on special teams…logged valuable reps at defensive back as a member of the scout team…will look to compete for playing time in the secondary in 2016.
Consensus four-star recruit and one of the nation’s top defensive backs in the 2015 recruiting class…rated the country’s 14th-best safety and the No. 187 overall player in the nation by Scout…ranked the nation’s No. 26 safety and No. 49 player in Florida by Rivals…rated the No. 29 safety and the 71st-best prospect in Florida by ESPN…rated the No. 39 safety and No. 75 player in Florida by 247Sports…played for Team Black in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl…first Miami Central player to earn a U.S. Army All-American Bowl invitation…invited to ‘The Opening,’ an all-star prospect camp held on Nike’s campus last summer…lockdown defensive back who had 15 tackles and an interception as a senior at Miami Central, leading the Rockets to a 14-1 record and their third consecutive 6A state championship…honorable mention All-State Class 6A honoree…picked FSU over offers from Notre Dame, Clemson and Georgia among others…born November 24, 1996…majoring in criminology.