2019: Reserve quarterback ... in two career games, has completed five-of-12 passes (.417) for 54 yards and one TD while rushing twice for three yards (1.50) ... has played 49 career snaps ... enrolled at Duke in January, 2017.
2018 Game-by-Game Statistics
2018: Played in two games ... saw action versus N.C. Central and Temple ... in the win over N.C. Central, completed five-of-12 passes (.417) for 54 yards and one TD while rushing twice for three yards (1.50) ... threw first career TD pass to Davis Koppenhaver on a three-yard strike in the third quarter versus the Eagles ... on the field for 49 snaps.
2017: Did not see game action ... enrolled at Duke in January, 2017.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Enrolled at Duke in January, 2017 ... played at Harry D. Jacobs High School for coach Bill Mitz ... consensus three-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com ... charted as the No. 33 pro-style quarterback in the country by 247Sports.com ... listed as the No. 34 pocket quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com ... earned first team all-state honors from the Illinois Football Coaches Association as a senior after completing 143-of-280 passes for 2,223 yards with 26 TDs and nine INTs while rushing for 193 yards and six TDs ... also received All-Fox Valley Conference and Fox Valley All-Area accolades ... helped squad to a 7-5 ledger and state playoff appearance ... in state playoff opening round win over Lincoln Park, completed nine-of-12 passes for 232 yards and three TDs for school’s first postseason win since 2006 ... as a junior, completed 130-of-234 passes for 1,807 yards and 17 TDs, rushed for eight TDs and garnered all-conference and all-area honors as team went 7-3 and reached the state playoffs ... in sophomore campaign, completed 87-of-166 passes for 1,367 yards and 12 TDs ... finished career with school records for passing yards and passing TDs ... also participated in track and field.
PERSONAL: Born August 30, 1998 ... majoring in public policy while pursuing a certificate in markets and management ... son of John Katrenick and Kathleen Oates.