2010: Started in all 11 games at quarterback as a junior … completed 205 passes for 3,049 yards and 32 touchdowns to earn second team all-PFL honors … had a passer efficiency rating of 169.5 … had six 300-yard passing games and one 400-yard effort … threw for three or more touchdowns six times … also ran for two scores … earned PFL Offensive Player of the Week honors on three occasions … passed for 160 yards and a score against Campbell … completed 23 of 35 for 263 yards against Butler -- going over 8,000 passing yards for his career and breaking his own school-record for single-season passing yards … threw a school-record seven touchdowns, completing 15 of 18 passes for 347 yards against Morehead State ... the outing at MSU was his second-highest yardage output of his career ... his 353.9 passing efficiency rating was the most by any QB in the country at the time ... limited to just 100 yards on 11 of 17 passing against Marist -- his lowest output this season ... threw for 320 yards and three touchdowns in record-setting win at Valparaiso ... tossed for 320 yards and one touchdown against Drake ... completed 21 of 35 against the Bulldogs en route to his fourth straight 300-yard outing ... also rushed eight times for three yards, including a career-best 39-yard touchdown run ... threw for 327 yards with four touchdowns against San Diego … posted a career-high 405 yards with a school-record tying six touchdowns in win over Davidson ... the 405 yards is the third-highest single-game total in program history ... threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns in leading JU to a 41-0 rout of Webber International ... his 327 yards is the second-highest single-game total of his career ... completed 13 of 30 for 169 yards against No. 3 Appalachian State ... threw for 311 yards in the season opener at Old Dominion, completing 24 of 34 passes, with three touchdowns ... in the second half against the Monarchs, completed 16 of 20 for 235 yards ... earned CFPA national quarterback of the week honorable mention honors for his play in the season opener.
2009: Started all 11 games as a sophomore … named second team all-PFL … set the single-season school record for most passing yards (2,693 – breaking his previous record of 2,444), touchdowns (31 – breaking his previous record of 24), completions (178 – breaking his previous record of 172), attempts (315 – breaking the record of 309 set by Chris Horton in 2007) and yards per game (244.8 – breaking the previous record of 189.9 set by Horton in 2007) … had the third 300-yard performance of his career at Webber, tossing for 315 yards and four touchdowns in the win ... it was his fifth 200-yard passing performance, ranking third on his all-time best performances ... his four touchdowns marks the third time he has thrown four or more scoring passes in a game ... picked up his fourth 300-yard passing performance against Old Dominion ... tossed three touchdowns against the Monarchs, the sixth time in his career he’s thrown three touchdowns or more in a game ... named PFL Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for 261 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for another against Davidson ... completed 18 of 28 passes in the outing ... threw for 298 yards and four touchdowns at Marist, moving into second place on the all-time passing touchdowns list at JU ... tied his career-high with 21 completions at Marist ... his four passing touchdowns is tied for the second-highest single-game total in JU history ... threw four touchdowns for the second straight game against Morehead State, becoming the school’s all-time leader in TD passes ... completed 13 of 24 for 294 yards, his fourth straight game with at least 260 yards in the air ... threw three touchdowns at San Diego ... fifth 300-yard performance with 324 yards and three touchdowns at Drake, his sixth straight game in which he has thrown at least two touchdowns ... set new career highs in completions (27) and attempts (43) at Drake ... picked up his second straight 300-yard outing with 305 yards against Valparaiso, completing 16 of 24, with three touchdowns … threw three touchdowns, completing 10 of 19 for 157 yards in a 36-7 win over eventual PFL champion Butler, breaking the school record for most career passing yards … finished the season with a 22-of-36 performance at Campbell for 222 yards and two touchdowns.
2008: Started 12 of JU’s 13 games as a freshman … named PFL Offensive Freshman of the Yea … named one of the top offensive freshmen in the country by the College Sporting News … set the school record for most passing touchdowns (24), most passing yards (2,444) and completions (172) in a season … entered preseason camp as the fifth string quarterback and was the backup in the season opener at Savannah State … started the second half of the Savannah State game, leading JU to three straight scoring drives en route to a 20-7 win … completed 9 of 14 for 159 yards in the second half of the win in the season opener … threw for more than 300 yards twice, starting with a season-high 343 yards and three touchdowns against Campbell … threw a touchdown in nine straight games at one point and scored at least one touchdown in 10 straight … threw for three touchdowns or more four times, with a season-best and school-record six at Morehead State … completed 16 of 27 for 319 yards in the 40-9 win at MSU, earning PFL Offensive Player of the Week honors on Oct. 19 … completed 14 of 20 for 238 yards and four touchdowns against Butler, breaking the school record for touchdown passes in a season.
Prior to JU: Attended Coffeyville (Kan.) Community College during the 2007-08 academic year.
High School: Three-year starter at Glades Day High School in Belle Glade, Fla., under Pete Walker … as a senior, he was named first team all-state after leading the Gators to a state title … earned MVP honors at the Outback Bowl all-star game … helped the Gators to consecutive district championships as a junior and sophomore … received second team all-state accolades during those years.
Personal: Born Nov. 18, 1988, in Royal Palm Beach, Fla. … has two sisters Lindsay and Nicole … major is sports medicine.