2014 (Junior): Made season debut at Louisville, recording two tackles…Credited with first PBU of season against Cardinals…Recorded three tackles – all solo stops – and career-first forced fumble against FAMU…Registered one tackle and one PBU against Arkansas State…Added one tackle against Nebraska…Lone tackle against Duke was first sack of career…Added fumble recovery against Blue Devils…Saw action against Georgia Tech, did not record any stats…Had two tackles against Cincinnati…Added one tackle against Virginia Tech…Tied season high with three tackles and added two PBUs in action against North Carolina…Added one PBU against Florida State…Had one tackle against Virginia…Saw action against Pittsburgh…Credited with four tackles (three solo) in Duck Commander Independence Bowl against South Carolina.
2013 (Sophomore): Played in all 13 games, making two starts at defensive back … Tallied 32 tackles – including 27 solo stops – with three PBUs and one interception … Registered four solo tackles in season opener vs. FAU … Tallied five tackles – three solo – in comeback road win at UNC … Sealed Hurricanes win over Wake Forest with late fourth-quarter interception – first of career… Recorded five solo tackles against Virginia … Notched career-high seven tackles – all solo – in road win at Pitt … Made two solo tackles vs. Louisville in Russell Athletic Bowl … Earned letter.
2012 (True Freshman): Played in all 12 games, primarily on special teams and as reserve defensive back… Tallied seven tackles – all solo… Career-first tackle came against Bethune-Cookman… Added two stops against NC State… Tallied career-high three stops vs. USF… Earned letter.
High School: Rated as three-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com … No. 89 cornerback prospect by Scout.com … Named No. 167 athlete prospect by ESPN … Played running back, wide receiver and defensive back for Plant HS in Tampa, Fla. … As senior registered 599 rushing yards with five touchdowns, 139 receiving yards and touchdown, 61 tackles, four interceptions, 26 pass deflections and forced fumble helping to lead Plant to No. 13 national ranking … Was coached by Robert Weiner … Chose Miami over Georgia Tech.
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