|High School:||Pope John XXIII|
2013: Started all nine games on the offensive line for the Engineers … All-NEFC first team … Academic All-NEFC … helped anchor an offensive line that blocked for a unit that finished second in the NEFC in total offense, produced a 1,000-yard back and a quarterback that set a new record for total offense in a season … contributed to a line that allowed just 10 sacks and ranked 44th nationally in sacks allowed.
2012: Moved into the starting lineup at right guard as a sophomore … started seven of the eight games he played … Academic All-NEFC … blocked for an offense that ranked in the top half of the NEFC in total offense … contributed to a line that allowed the fewest sacks in the NEFC and ranked 25th nationally in that category … recorded a tackle at Western New England (10/13).
2011: Played in one game for the Engineers.
Off The Field at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering … minor in energy studies … internship at New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority and BASF Corp. … Delta Kappa Epsilon … GEL Program.
High School: A 2011 graduate of Pope John XXIII Regional High School … second team all-conference … all academic team … Sussex County United Way Scholar Athlete nominee … Sussex Area Charities Scholar Athlete of the Month (11/10) … Santo Paternostro Memorial Award … team was 36-5 while he was on the roster … one SCIL championship … two-time NJAC champs … three-time letterwinner … also played lacrosse … National Honor Society … French Honor Society … president of Habitat for Humanity club … director of school play … youth sports coach … governor's school for environmental science nominee … distinguished honors every year.