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2014 (Soph.-RS)—He saw action on special teams in four games, recording one knockdown block.
He missed the final week of spring practice, and thus the spring game, with a concussion. He played in the Army All-American Bowl Game as one of 90 participants in San Antonio, leading the East team in tackles with nine and two passes broken up.
At that point, the staff concluded he could benefit from a redshirt year (which they were already considering). For his career, he registered 83 tackles, along with nine interceptions and 25 passes broken up.
2013 (Soph.)—Redshirted; he eventually returned to practice after a concussion he suffered in camp (August 14) kept him out of full participation until after the season started. His junior season was his first playing varsity at Don Bosco and he earned second-team honors on the All-North Jersey and All-Bergen County squads.On the year, he posted 21 tackles (16 solo), with a tackle for loss, a third down stop and a touchdown save. 40 overall player on the ESPNU150 list, also ranked as the No. 1 team in the country by most ranking services his senior year and in the top three by most his junior season.He a season/career-high seven tackles (five solo) against Stanford, playing 71 of 74 snaps in that game; he also had four against Fresno State (all solo) and four (three unassisted) against Oregon, playing all 75 snaps in the game versus the Ducks. J.) High School, where he finished up his course work after transferring there from Don Bosco Prep (which is also in Ramsey) for his final semester. He originally favored basketball and played three seasons at Don Bosco, helping the team to a 55-23 record (15-7 as a junior; 18-10 as a sophomore; 22-6 as a freshman) on the varsity.selected him as a second-team performer on its All-Pac 12 preseason team. 10 defensive back nationally, while 247Sports ranked him as the No. Playing spot duty at wide receiver, he caught four passes for 55 yards and a score.
2012 (Fr.)—He played in eight games, starting six (three at right corner and three on the left side), missing four others due to injuries (concussion, sprained ankle). His junior season he had 45 tackles, with six interceptions (two returned for touchdowns) and 15 pass deflections.
He played football for Don Bosco, where as a senior, he was a Dream Team member, the publication ranked him as the No. ACADEMICS—He is majoring in Communication at Colorado (and was on schedule to graduate in May 2016).