2018 (Redshirt Senior): Saw action in eight games with seven starts…Totaled 1,053 yards on 82-for-156 passing (52.6 completion percentage) with six touchdowns…Rushed for 300 yards and tied for team lead with six rushing touchdowns…Started Miami’s season opener against LSU (Sept. 2) and finished with 259 yards on 15-of-35 passing…Threw one touchdown and ran for another…Scored Miami’s first touchdown of season on three-yard rush in fourth quarter at AT&T Stadium…Connected on 32-yard touchdown pass later in fourth quarter…Also had two interceptions against Tigers…Threw two touchdowns on 8-of-12 passing in win over Savannah State (Sept. 8)…Totaled five touchdowns in win at Toledo (Sept. 15), including three rushing touchdowns…Threw for 205 yards in win over Rockets…Started and played in two series in win over FIU (Sept. 22)…Saw majority of quarterback snaps at Virginia (Oct. 13), finishing 12-of-23 for 170 yards and one rushing touchdown…Threw one interception vs. Cavaliers…Finished 19-for-36 for 150 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in start at Boston College (Oct. 26)…Started vs. Duke (Nov. 3) and finished 8-for-12 for 76 yards…Started New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Wisconsin (De. 27) and totaled career-best 90 rushing yards…Finished with 46 yards on 5-for-12 passing…Had career-long 62-yard rush vs. Badgers.
2017 (Redshirt Junior): Served as Miami’s starting quarterback for all 13 games…Set Miami’s single-season “touchdowns responsible for” record with 31, besting Vinny Testaverde’s previous record of 30 set during his 1986 Heisman Trophy campaign…Threw for 3,120 yards, which were tenth-most in a single season in Miami history…Had 26 touchdowns and 14 interceptions…Added 468 rushing yards on 131 attempts with five rushing touchdowns…26 touchdown passes were tied with Vinny Testaverde (1986) and Brad Kaaya (2014) for fourth-most in single season in Miami history…Helped lead Miami to 10-3 record and first ACC Coastal Division title in program history…Owns an 11-3 record as starting quarterback at Miami…Named UM’s starting quarterback during fall camp…Made first home start of career in season opener against Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 2) and finished 17-for-28 for 217 yards and set a career mark with three touchdown passes…Started in win over Toledo (Sept. 23) and registered career-high marks in completions (27) on 36 attempts…Had 333 passing yards…Tied career mark with three touchdown passes and threw first interception of season…Recorded career-long 55-yard pass and added second rushing touchdown of career against Rockets…Completed first nine passes of game and finished with 270 passing yards and two touchdowns in win at Duke (Sept. 29)…Completed 15 of 26 pass attempts and had one interception against Blue Devils…Added 45 rushing yards and second rushing touchdown of season…Led Miami to win over Florida State (Oct. 7), finishing with 254 passing yards and career high-tying three touchdown passes in victory…Threw one interception against Seminoles in career-high 44 pass attempts…Added 29 rushing yards…Final touchdown pass against Florida State came with six seconds left on game clock and capped nine-play, 75-yard scoring drive…Finished 23-for-37 for 297 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in win over Georgia Tech (Oct. 14)…Posted 20 rushing yards against Yellow Jackets…Totaled 344 yards on 26-for-43 passing in win over Syracuse (Oct. 21)…Threw two touchdowns and no interceptions…Added 45 rushing yards against Orange to help Miami improve to 4-0 in ACC play for first time ever…Threw for career-high 356 yards and tied career mark with three touchdown passes in win at North Carolina (Oct. 28)…Finished 16-for-38 against Tar Heels…Threw two touchdowns and added one rushing score in win over Virginia Tech (Nov. 4)…Had career-high three interceptions against Hokies but totaled over 300 all-purpose yards, including career-high 84 rushing yards and first reception of career on 17-yard connection with WR Braxton Berrios…Threw for 137 yards on 15-for-24 passing and rushed for 44 yards with one touchdown in win over Notre Dame (Nov. 11)…Tied career mark with three touchdowns and threw for 210 yards in win over Virginia (Nov. 18)…Recorded rushing touchdown for third straight game on 8-yard score in fourth quarter that helped seal win…Threw for 187 yards on 15-of-34 passing with two touchdowns at Pittsburgh (Nov. 24)…Tied Vinny Testaverde’s single-season touchdowns responsible for record (30), set during his Heisman Trophy-winning 1986 campaign…Started ACC Championship Game against Clemson (Dec. 2) and finished 14-for-29 passing for 110 yards and two interceptions…Added 19 rushing yards against Tigers…Threw for 203 yards and one touchdown in Capital One Orange Bowl against Wisconsin (Dec. 30).
2016 (Redshirt Sophomore): Played in three games serving as team’s primary backup quarterback…Saw action in season opener against Florida A&M (Sept. 3) and finished 1-for-3 for 15 passing yards…Threw for 32 yards and rushed for 65 yards…Had 19-yard rushing touchdown against Rattlers…Saw action at Appalachian State (Sept. 17) and had one 17-yard completion…Saw time in regular season finale win over Duke (Nov. 26) and recorded 46-yard rush
2015 (Redshirt Freshman): Made career debut in season opener vs. Bethune-Cookman (Sept. 5), finished 1-for-4 with 11 passing yards…Completed 13-yard pass in action vs. FAU (Sept. 11)…Had one rush in action vs. Nebraska (Sept. 19)…Saw time vs. Clemson (Oct. 24), finishing 7-for-22 for 42 yards…Made first career start at Duke (Oct. 31) and delivered brilliant performance, finishing 20-for-29 for 272 yards and 2 TDs.
2014 (True Freshman): Did not see any game action, redshirted to retain eligibility.
High School: Enrolled in May 2014 … First-team Coastal Alabama All-Region as athlete … Was quarterback at Faith Academy … As senior, threw for 1,852 yards and 16 TDs and ran for 1,301 yards and 17 TDs … Coached by Rusty Mason at Faith Academy.