|City/State:||Jacksonville Beach, Fla.|
2017: Charted as the No. 3 QB entering fall camp ... in 18 career games (1 start), has completed 51-of-89 (.573) passes for 625 yards with four TDs and one INT while rushing 60 times for 259 yards (4.32) and six TDs ... has played 224 career snaps ... has thrown for 150+ yards twice including a career-high 248 against Pittsburgh in 2015 ... owns six pass completions of 30+ yards including a career-long 52-yard toss to WR Anthony Nash against Pittsburgh in 2015 ... has rushed for 25+ yards four times including a career-high 80 yards versus Pittsburgh in 2015 ... career-long rush of 77 yards came against Pittsburgh in 2015 ... enrolled at Duke in January, 2013.
2016 Game-by-Game Statistics
2016: Played in five games ... served as the No. 2 QB behind starter Daniel Jones ... saw action versus N.C. Central, Northwestern, Army West Point, Louisville and Georgia Tech ... completed seven-of-nine (.778) passes for 41 yards with two TDs and zero INTs ... rushed 12 times for 64 yards and one TD ... completed six-of-eight passes for 38 yards and one TD while rushing for 68 yards and one TD in win over N.C. Central ... scoring toss against the Eagles covered four yards to TE Davis Koppenhaver ... only pass attempt versus Army West Point resulted in a three-yard TD strike to TE Erich Schneider ... on the field for 34 snaps.
2015 Game-by-Game Statistics
2015: Played in 10 games with one start ... served as the No. 2 QB behind starter Thomas Sirk ... did not see action against Northwestern, Georgia Tech and Boston College ... started the Pittsburgh game in place of Sirk (injury) ... completed 43-of-78 (.551) pass attempts for 579 yards with two TDs and one INT ... rushed 45 times for 181 yards (4.02) and five TDs ... in the Pittsburgh contest, established career single-game highs for pass attempts (42), pass completions (23), passing yards (248), rushing attempts (11) and rushing yards (80) ... against Virginia, came off the bench to throw for 178 yards and one TD while rushing for 16 yards and another score ... performance versus the Cavaliers included three completions of 40+ yards to Anthony Nash (49 yards) and T.J. Rahming (47 & 40) ... season-long pass completion covered 52 yards to Nash against Pittsburgh ... recorded six completions of 30+ yards ... rushed for two TDs in the win at Army West Point ... other single-game rushing TDs came against N.C. Central and Pittsburgh ... season-long rush covered 77 yards versus Pittsburgh ... ranked second on the team in rushing TDs, trailing only Sirk (8) ... combined with Sirk to form the third QB duo in Duke history to record 5+ rushing TDs each in a single season ... on the field for 175 snaps.
2014 Game-by-Game Statistics
2014: As the No. 3 quarterback behind Anthony Boone and Thomas Sirk, saw action in three games against Elon (12 snaps), Kansas (1) and Wake Forest (2) ... completed 1-of-2 (.500) passes for five yards and rushed three times for 14 yards (4.67), all in the win over Elon ... on the field for 15 total snaps.
2013: Did not see game action ... enrolled at Duke in January, 2013.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Four-year letterman at Fletcher High School (2009) and Sandalwood High School (2010-11-12) under coach Adam Geis ... listed as the No. 23 dual-threat quarterback in the country by 247Sports.com ... charted as the No. 40 pocket-passing quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com ... listed as the No. 62 overall quarterback in the country by Scout.com ... as a junior, accounted for 3,202 total yards (951 rushing & 2,251 passing) and 40 touchdowns en route to earning honorable mention all-state (8A) honors from the Associated Press ... also lettered in track & field, earning all-conference honors in the shot put.
PERSONAL: Born October 5, 1994 ... graduated from Duke in May, 2017 with a degree in evolutionary anthropology ... pursuing a master's degree in management studies from the Fuqua School of Business ... son of Nancy and Richard Boehme ... brother, John, was a member of the golf team at Charlotte ... high school football coach, Adam Geis, lettered four seasons (1994-95-96-97) as a wide receiver at Duke.