|Major:||Electrical Engineering and Computer Science|
2012: Played in and started all nine games for the Engineers … emerged as one of the most versatile offensive threats in the NEFC … first team All-NEFC (Boyd) at receiver … CoSIDA Academic All-District … Academic All-NEFC … led MIT for a second straight year in receptions (56) and yards (666) … also led the squad in kick return yards (529), punt return yards (56) and all-purpose yardage (1,714) … second on the team in rushing with 463 yards and total touchdowns (7) … led the NEFC in all-purpose yards with an average of 189.9 … that was the No. 9 mark nationally in the NCAA Division III ranks … fourth in the NEFC in receptions per game and ninth in receiving yards per game … made at least two catches in every game … returned at least two kickoffs in every game but one … twice went over 100 receiving yards in a game … one 100-yard rushing game … over 100 all-purpose yards in every game … seven catches for 103 yards and a score against Becker (9/8) … 188 all-purpose yards against Coast Guard (9/15) … monster game at Curry (9/21) … rushed for 79 yards and two TDs … caught a career-high 14 passes for 174 yards and a score … 14 receptions tied the school single-game record … returned three kicks and two punts to finish with 325 all-purpose yards … rushed for a career best 121 yards and a score against Plymouth State (10/6) …over 200 all-purpose yards for a second straight season against Western New England (10/13), including 99 kick return yards … 61-yard kick return against Salve Regina (10/19) set up the game-winning score in MIT’s upset win … seven catches for 93 yards and a score at Nichols (10/27) … also rushed for a TD against the Bison.
2011: Played in all nine games in his first season at MIT … six starts at receiver … led the Engineers in receptions (48), reception yards (526) and reception TDs (3) … third in the conference in punt return average … fourth in the NEFC in receptions per game and in all-purpose yards per game … sixth in receiving yards per game … was also the top punt and kick returner on the squad … led the Engineers with 1,164 all-purpose yards … at least one reception in every game … twice went over 100 receiving yards in a game … over 100 all-purpose yards five times … started his collegiate career with six catches for 58 yards at Becker (9/10) … eight receptions for 69 yards at Mass. Maritime (9/17) … returned five kickoffs for 94 yards against Curry (9/24) … eight catches for 113 yards as part of an 198 all-purpose yard day at UMass Dartmouth (10/2) … returned five kicks for 165 yards and three punts for 52 more on his way to a season-high 249 all-purpose yard day against Western New England (10/16) … .one TD reception at Salve Regina (10/23) … 11 catches for 104 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Endicott (11/5).
Off The Field at MIT: Majoring in electrical engineering and computer science … minor in economics … software internship at UsingMiles … internship at Ball Aerospace … research conducted on flatulence permeability … Greenhouse Scholar … John Lynch Scholarship … Campus Crusade for Christ.
High School: A 2011 graduate of Elizabeth High School … first team all-state selection … two-time first team all-league selection … also lettered in baseball … second team all-state in that sport … National Honor Society (President) … Valedictorian.