Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight98 kg
Net Worth$5 million
HometownDallas, Texas
Date of BirthFebruary 7, 2002
High SchoolTrinity Christian/Jackson State

At Colorado (2023) 2023 (Jr.)

  • Played in 11 games during the 2023 season.
  • Made 298 completions out of 430 attempts, with a 69.3% success rate, totaling 3,230 passing yards and 31 touchdowns.
  • Carried the ball 111 times for 394 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns.
  • Set multiple records at CU, including most passing yards and second-most passing touchdowns in a single season.
  • Achieved the highest completion percentage in a single season in CU history and ranked 9th in the country.
  • Made a stunning debut against TCU, setting nine school records, including becoming the first CU player to pass for 500 yards in a game.
  • Recorded the best completion percentage in various scenarios, including a remarkable 80.9% with over 40 attempts.
  • Broke junior records at CU for most completions, touchdown passes, and total offense yards.
  • Made a significant impact in the season opener, setting records for total offense yards.
  • Received prestigious awards like AP Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year and First Team All Transfer honors from On3 and The Athletic.
  • Also received recognition as All Pac-12 Honorable Mention by College Football Network and Coaches.

As a Transfer

  • Rated .9200 by 247 Sports as a transfer.
  • Ranked as a four-star prospect, 21st overall in 2023 portal rankings.
  • Ranked fifth among quarterbacks.
  • Joined CU as a transfer with three years remaining.

At Jackson State (2021-22)

  • Achieved standout performance as starting quarterback for Jackson State, recognized among college football’s elite.
  • Led Jackson State to an impressive 23-3 record, with an unbeaten 16-0 streak in SWAC games.
  • Instrumental in securing two SWAC championships and Jackson State’s inaugural appearances in the Celebration Bowl.
  • Set multiple Jackson State records including season passing touchdowns (40) and completions (344), while ranking second in passing yards (3,752).
  • Impressive career stats: 6,983 passing yards, 70 touchdowns, and just 14 interceptions, with additional contributions of 157 rushing yards and nine touchdowns.
  • Notable sophomore season: 3,752 passing yards, 40 touchdowns, and only six interceptions, culminating in a 12-1 record and another SWAC Championship.
  • Recognized as a finalist for the prestigious Walter Payton Award, BOXTOROW National Offensive Player of the Year, and a First-Team All-American.
  • Honored as the SWAC Offensive Player of the Year and earned multiple All-SWAC distinctions.
  • Received HERO Sports FCS Sophomore All-American recognition.
  • Named to the Watch Lists for the Walter Payton Award and the Black College HOF Player of the Year.
  • Recognized with prestigious preseason accolades: SWAC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year, BOXTOROW Preseason All-American, and first-team Preseason All-SWAC.
  • Named SWAC Offensive Player of the Week four times throughout the season for outstanding performances.
  • Made a remarkable debut in the 2022 season opener against Florida A&M, earning multiple Player of the Week honors with 87.9% completion rate, 323 yards, and five touchdowns.
  • Achieved career highs in completions (40), attempts (51), and passing yards (438) against Mississippi Valley State.
  • Recorded multiple five-touchdown pass games and four-touchdown performances in crucial matchups, including the SWAC Championship game and the Celebration Bowl.
  • Impressive freshman season stats: 3,231 passing yards, 30 touchdowns, eight interceptions, and three rushing touchdowns.
  • Honored as the Jerry Rice FCS National Freshman of the Year, SWAC Freshman of the Year, and second-team All-SWAC.
  • Demonstrated leadership with a memorable 10-point fourth-quarter comeback victory, securing the Eastern Division title with clutch touchdown passes in the final minutes.

High School Rankings

  • ESPN: Given an 86 rating, recognized as a four-star prospect, securing the prestigious No. 60 spot in the ESPN 300 rankings. Additionally, acknowledged as the 12th best quarterback and the 8th best player hailing from Texas.
  • Rivals: Garnered a rating of 5.6 and classified as a three-star prospect by Rivals.
  • 247 Sports: Received an 88 rating, also labeled as a three-star prospect. Positioned as the 37th best quarterback in the recruiting class and the 75th best player from Texas.
  • 247 Composite: Attained a rating of .9126, elevating to a four-star prospect status. Ranked as the 247th best player nationally, with a notable standing as the 26th best quarterback and the 38th best player from Texas.
  • On3 Consensus: Acquired a commendable rating of 89.16, placing as the 408th best player in the nation. Recognized as the 33rd best quarterback prospect and the 60th best player in the talent-rich state of Texas.

Trinity Christian High School (2017-20)

  • Played varsity football at Trinity Christian for four years under Coach Andre’ Hart.
  • Completed 805 out of 1,238 passes for a total of 12,627 yards and 166 touchdowns during his high school career.
  • Achieved a remarkable 47-5 record, ranking 10th in the list of most wins at the prep level.
  • As a senior, contributed significantly to Trinity Christian’s 9-3 record by completing 251-of-366 passes for 3,702 yards and 43 touchdowns, leading the team to win the 2020 TCAL National Championship.
  • During his junior season, completed 244-of-331 passes for 3,477 yards and 47 touchdowns, while also making 94 rushes for 255 yards and 11 touchdowns, resulting in a 13-1 record and the third consecutive Division II state championship in the TAPPS.
  • As a sophomore, played a pivotal role in Trinity Christian’s perfect 14-0 season by completing 177-of-289 passes for 3,088 yards and 42 touchdowns, in addition to scoring eight rushing touchdowns, securing the second of three TAPPS state championships.
  • In his freshman year, completed 133-of-252 passes for 2,360 yards and 34 touchdowns, along with three rushing scores, leading Trinity Christian to a TAPPS state championship.

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