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Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown High School
Peace Addo OL 6-6 295 Silver Spring, Md. St. Frances Academy
Jake Bobo WR 6-4 185 Belmont, Mass. Belmont Hill
Elijah Brown DT 6-4 295 Charlotte, N.C. Providence Day
Mataeo Durant RB 6-1 190 McCormick, S.C. McCormick
Zamari Ellis TE 6-4 240 Henderson, N.C. Southern Vance
Jarett Garner WR 6-3 190 Harrisburg, N.C. Hickory Ridge
Shaka Heyward LB 6-4 215 Hoschton, Ga. Mill Creek
Casey Holman OL 6-4 285 Snellville, Ga. Brookwood
Gunnar Holmberg QB 6-3 180 Wake Forest, N.C. Heritage
Jeremiah Lewis CB 6-0 180 Plano, Texas Prestonwood Christian
Maurice McIntyre  OL 6-2 320 Jacksonville, N.C. Northside
Tahj Rice DT 6-2 320 Louisville, Ky. Waggener
Rocky Shelton LB 6-0 205 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas
Dennis Smith WR 6-2 185 Gaffney, S.C. Gaffney
Nate Thompson S 6-3 185 Sanford, N.C. Southern Lee
Ken Torain CB 6-2 195 Tampa, Fla. Jesuit


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Peace
Addo
OL | 6-6 | 295 | Silver Spring, Md. (St. Frances Academy) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram
- Played one season at St. Frances Academy under coaches Biff Poggi and Henry Russell
- Helped St. Frances to 12-0 record and will face Bingham (Utah) in the GEICO State Champions Bowl Series in Phoenix, Ariz., on December 23 (ESPNU)
- Member of St. Frances squad that captured the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championship with a 44-7 win over Gilman and earned the state’s No. 1 ranking
- St. Frances is currently ranked No. 11 in the USA Today Super 25 poll
- Prior to enrolling at St. Frances, played at Springbrook High School under coach Jason Lomax
- Also played basketball at Springbrook
- Born July 11, 1999
- Son of Ayeshetu Amado and Andrew Addo



Jake
Bobo
WR | 6-4 | 185 | Belmont, Mass. (Belmont Hill) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram
- Lettered four years at Belmont Hill under coach Chris Butler
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Consensus top-six prospect in Massachusetts according to 247Sports.com (No. 4), Rivals.com (No. 4) and ESPN.com (No. 6)
- Three-time first team All-Independent School League (ISL) selection
- As a senior, caught 34 passes for 514 yards and five TDs
- In junior season, totaled 31 receptions for 632 yards and 10 TDs
- During junior year, helped Belmont Hill to a 7-2 record including a 41-24 win over Wilbraham & Monson Academy in the Kevin Fleming Bowl to capture the New England Prep School championship
- Also earned Boston Herald All-Scholastic honors following junior season
- As a sophomore, caught 30 passes for 652 yards and five TDs
- Also lettered in basketball and track and field, earning All-ISL honors in both sports
- Born August 4, 1998
- Son of Casey and Mike Bobo
- Father earned three letters (1989-90-91) in football at Dartmouth College and served as team captain in 1991 … mother played ice hockey at Dartmouth College … grandfather, Keith Bobo, lettered three seasons (1971-72-73) in football at SMU and was a 12th round selection of the Dallas Cowboys in the 1974 NFL Draft … grandfather, David Hagerman, lettered four seasons (1965-66-67-68) in ice hockey at the University of New Hampshire … aunt, Jamie Hagerman Phinney, lettered four seasons (2000-01-02-03) in ice hockey at Harvard University and earned a bronze medal as a member of the United States hockey team at the 2006 Olympic Games in Torino, Italy … aunt, Kully Hagerman Reardon, played both field hockey and lacrosse at Middlebury College, scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Panthers to the 1998 NCAA field hockey championship with a 3-2 victory over William Smith College and was a member of two NCAA championship lacrosse teams in 1997 and 1999 … aunt, Whitaker Hagerman Willocks, lettered four seasons (2006-08-09-10) in lacrosse at the University of Virginia



Elijah
Brown
DT | 6-4 | 295 | Charlotte, N.C. (Providence Day) | Highlights | Twitter
- Lettered four years at Providence Day under coach Adam Hastings
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Listed as the No. 71 defensive tackle in the country by 247Sports.com and the No. 73 defensive tackle in the nation according to ESPN.com
- Two-time North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) all-state pick following junior and senior seasons
- Two-time first team All-Charlotte Independent School Athletic Association selection
- Logged 60 tackles and 6.5 sacks during senior season
- As a senior, helped team to a 9-3 and appearance in the NCISAA championship game
- Finalist for WSOC-TV's Big 22 Player of the Year award as a senior
- Also played basketball and helped Providence Day to the 2016 NSISAA state championship
- Born January 31, 2000
- Son of Stephanie and William Brown



Mataeo Durant RB | 6-1 | 190 | McCormick, S.C. (McCormick) | Highlights | Twitter 
- Lettered four seasons at McCormick under coach Paul Pratt
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Charted as the No. 49 running back in the country by Rivals.com and the No. 66 running back in the nation according to ESPN.com
- Selected to play in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas
- 2017 South Carolina Football Coaches Association Upper State Running Back of the Year
- Class A-Region 1 Player of the Year as a junior and senior
- Two-time all-state selection
- During senior year, helped McCormick to a 6-5 record and state playoff berth
- Rushed for 1,551 yards and 19 TDs on 159 carries as a senior
- WRDW12 John Harris Body Shops Player of the Week for October 4 after rushing for 202 yards
and five TDs on 10 attempts
- Helped McCormick to consecutive Region 1-A titles in 2016 and 2017
- As a junior, rushed for 1,375 yards and 17 TDs in six games
- During sophomore campaign, rushed for 1,349 yards and 16 TDs on 144 carries
- During freshman year, totaled 1,979 yards on 177 carries with 26 TDs
- Also played basketball and earned South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association all-state accolades as a junior
- Member of the track and field program as a sprinter and earned regional championships in the 100 meters, 200 meters and 4x100-meter relay
- Earned a third place finish at the state meet in both the 100 and 200 meters in 2017
- Born December 4, 1999
- Son of Nakisha and George Durant
- Cousin, Davon Durant, played football at Marshall University (2013-17)



Zamari
Ellis
TE | 6-4 | 240 | Henderson, N.C. (Southern Vance) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram
- Expected to enroll at Duke in January, 2018
- Played at Southern Vance under coaches Darry Ragland and Lewis Young
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Consensus top-60 tight end nationally by Rivals.com (No. 33), ESPN.com (No. 37) and 247Sports.com (No. 60)
- 2016 USA Today N.C. all-state first team selection
- Named to the Northern Carolina 2A all-conference squad as both a sophomore and junior
- Missed entire senior season due to injury
- During junior year, led the team in receiving with 35 catches for 613 yards and nine TDs
- As a sophomore, caught 31 passes for 536 yards and seven TDs
- As a freshman, caught 33 passes for 342 yards and two TDs
- Also played basketball
- Born March 17, 2000
- Son of Zandria and Patrick Ellis



Jarett
Garner
WR | 6-3 | 190 | Harrisburg, N.C. (Hickory Ridge) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram
- Lettered two seasons at Hickory Ridge under coach Jason Seidel
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Selected to play in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas
- As a senior, named a finalist for WSOC-TV's Big 22 Player of the Year award
- 2017 Southwestern 4A All-Conference selection
- Finished senior year with 43 receptions for 846 yards and 10 TDs
- Helped the Ragin’ Bulls to an 11-3 record and a trip to the third round of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) 4A state playoffs
- As a junior, totaled 60 receptions for 1,292 yards and 14 TDs
- Helped Hickory Ridge to the NCHSAA 3AA state semifinals with a 12-3 mark in 2016
- Born June 25, 2000
- Son of Letitia and Rodney Garner



Shaka Heyward    LB | 6-4 | 215 | Hoschton, Ga. (Mill Creek) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram
- Lettered three seasons at Mill Creek under coach Shannon Jarvis
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Consensus top-60 outside linebacker nationally by ESPN.com (No. 41), Rivals.com (No. 52) and 247Sports.com (No. 57)
- As a senior, recorded 90 tackles and 5.0 sacks along with one INT, eight passes defended, one fumble recovery and one caused fumble
- Helped Mill Creek to an 8-4 ledger as a senior and Georgia High School Association (GHSA) state playoff berth
- Scored defensive touchdowns in consecutive games as a senior with a fumble return against Collins Hill and interception return versus Archer
- Booked 78 tackles as a junior, when Mill Creek reached the GHSA Class AAAAAA semifinals
- As a junior, helped the Hawks to a 13-1 record as a junior and Region 6-AAAAAA title with only loss coming to Grayson in the GHSA Class AAAAAA semifinal
- After junior season, earned a spot in the Georgia Elite All-Star Classic and logged four tackles and one INT
- Born April 19, 2000
- Son of Anita and Vic Heyward
- Brother, Victor, is a member of the football program at Georgia State University … cousin, Johnny Ali Heyward, graduated from Duke in 1997 … cousin, Connor Heyward, is a member of the football program at Michigan State University … cousin, Cameron Heyward, played football at Ohio State University (2007-08-09-10), helped the Buckeyes to three Big Ten championships, was a first round selection of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2011 NFL Draft and is currently in his seventh season with the Steelers ... cousin, Corey Heyward, lettered four seasons in basketball at Georgia Tech (2014-15-16-17) … cousin, Craig Heyward Jr., played football at Middle Tennessee State University (2006-07-08-09) … late uncle, Craig Heyward, played football at the University of Pittsburgh, was a first round selection of the New Orleans Saints in the 1988 NFL Draft, played 11 professional seasons the Saints (1988-1991), Chicago Bears (1992), Atlanta Falcons (1994-95), St. Louis Rams (1997) and Indianapolis Colts (1998), rushed for 4,301 career yards and earned a Pro Bowl selection in 1995



Casey
Holman
OL | 6-4 | 285 | Snellville, Ga. (Brookwood) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram 
- Expected to enroll at Duke in January, 2018
- Lettered four seasons at Brookwood under coach Phillip Jones
- Served as team captain as a senior
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Tabbed the No. 29 offensive guard nationally by Rivals.com
- Listed as the No. 33 offensive tackle in the nation by ESPN.com
- Charted as the No. 36 offensive tackle in the country by 247Sports.com
- Earned first team all-region honors as both a junior and senior
- Led Brookwood to an 11-3 record as a senior, including a 6-0 region mark to win the Region 7-AAAAAAA title, as squad advanced to the Georgia High School Association Class AAAAAAA state semifinals, falling 31-14 to Colquitt County
- The 2017 Touchdown Club of Gwinnett Co-Offensive Lineman of the Year
- As a junior, helped the Broncos to an 8-4 mark and state playoff appearance
- Named to the Gwinnett Daily Post all-county squad as a junior
- In 2016, was one of two juniors named to the Touchdown Club of Gwinnett all-region first team
- First-team All-Region 7-AAAAAA as a junior
- After junior season, earned a spot in the Georgia Elite All-Star Classic
- As a sophomore, earned a spot in the GHS Elite Sophomore Game
- Also played baseball
- Born January 3, 2000
- Son of Shawn and Lamar Holman



Gunnar Holmberg QB | 6-3 | 180 | Wake Forest, N.C. (Heritage) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram 
- Expected to enroll at Duke in January, 2018
- Lettered three seasons at Heritage under coach Dewayne Washington
- A four-star prospect according to ESPN.com
- A three-star prospect according to Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Charted as the No. 27 pocket passing quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com
- Listed as the No. 15 pro-style quarterback nationally by 247Sports.com and the No. 27 pro-style quarterback in the country by Rivals.com
- 2017 National Combine at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl invitee
- Finished career with 6,987 passing yards and 65 TDs
- As both a junior and senior, named co-offensive player of the year in the Cap 8 4-A Conference
- As a senior, completed 183-of-274 passes for 2,730 yards and 26 TDs against just eight INTs
- Passing yardage and touchdown totals established Heritage single-season records
- During senior year, helped team to 12-2 record and berth in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) 4A state quarterfinals
- As a junior, completed 200-of-311 passes for 2,485 yards and 21 TDs with 12 INTs
- During junior season, helped the Huskies to an 11-3 ledger and appearance in the quarterfinals of the NCHSAA 4AA state tournament
- As a sophomore, completed 130-of-236 passes for 1,772 yards and 18 TDs
- Born February 15, 1999
- Son of Jennifer and the late Sean Holmberg
- Father wrestled at Slippery Rock University … sister, Torianne, plays volleyball at Emory & Henry College … cousin, Maddie Holmberg, is a member of the track & field program at Penn State University … uncle, Rob Holmberg, played football at Penn State, was a seventh round selection of the Los Angeles Raiders in the 1994 NFL Draft and played eight professional seasons with the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders (1994-97), Indianapolis Colts (1998), New York Jets (1998), Minnesota Vikings (1999), New England Patriots (2000-01), Carolina Panthers (2001) and Green Bay Packers (2001) … uncle, George Blanda, played football at the University of Kentucky, played 26 professional seasons with the Chicago Bears (1949; 1950-58), Baltimore Colts (1950), Houston Oilers (1960-66) and Oakland Raiders (1967-75), was the AFL’s MVP in 1961, won three AFL championships (1960, 1961 & 1967), finished his career having completed 1,911-of-4,007 passes for 26,920 yards with 236 TDs and 277 INTs while scoring 2,002 points on nine rushing TDs, 335 field goals and 943 PATs and retired holding professional football records for most passing TDs in a game (7 vs. New York Titans on November 19, 1961), most seasons played, most seasons scoring 1+ point (26), most PATs, most PATs attempted (959), most total points and most total points accounted for (3,418)



Jeremiah
Lewis
 

CB | 6-0 | 180 | Plano, Texas (Prestonwood Christian) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram
- Expected to enroll at Duke in January, 2018
- Lettered four seasons at Prestonwood Christian under coach Chris Cunningham
- Served as team captain in both junior and senior seasons
- Charted as a three-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Listed as the No. 57 cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com
- Helped team advance to the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Division I state championship game three times, claiming the title twice including the 2017 crown
- In the 2017 state championship game, helped squad rally from 18 points down in the third quarter to defeat St. Pius X, 42-41, to claim the program’s fifth TAPPS state title as Prestonwood Christian finished the year with a 12-2 ledger
- Booked 65 tackles with 5.0 TFL and four INTs during final campaign while adding 40 pass receptions for 919 yards and 13 TDs
- After junior year, named TAPPS first team All-District 1 Division 1 as a cornerback and second team as a wide receiver
- Helped the Lions to a 10-2 mark and trip to the TAPPS Division I state semifinals as well as winning the district championship with a 7-0 mark
- Tallied 66 tackles, 2.0 TFL, two caused fumbles, one INT and five passes defended as a junior
- As a sophomore, earned TAPPS second team All-District 1 Division 1 honors as a cornerback
- Booked 53 tackles, 7.0 TFL, three INTs, two caused fumbles and two fumble recoveries during sophomore season
- Lions finished 12-2 as a sophomore and claimed the state title with a 32-27 win against Bishop Dunne
- During freshman season, team finished 10-4 and advanced to the TAPPS state championship tilt
- Started seven games as a rookie, collecting 32 tackles, one pass breakup and one caused fumble
- Also participated in track and field
- As a junior, placed fourth in the 200 meters at the TAPPS 6A North Regional meet and was part of the 4x100-meter relay team that finished second before placing fifth at the TAPPS 6A state meet
- Born July 20, 1999
- Son of Angela Neal and Renardo Lewis



Maurice McIntyre OL | 6-2 | 320 | Jacksonville, N.C. (Northside) | Highlights | Twitter
- Lettered three seasons at Northside under coach Kendrick Pollock
- Served as team captain as a senior
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Listed as the No. 57 offensive guard in the nation by ESPN.com and the No. 61 offensive guard in the country by 247Sports.com
- During senior year, helped Northside to a 6-6 record and berth in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) 3A playoffs
- Missed entire junior campaign due to injury, suffering a season-ending dislocated left knee in a preseason scrimmage
- A Jacksonville Daily News all-area selection as a sophomore
- Named to the All-East Central 2-A all-conference squad following sophomore season
- As a freshman, helped the team to a 9-4 ledger, the 2A East Central title and a NCHSAA 2AA state playoff berth
- Also participated in track and field
- Born March 18, 1999
- Son of Alesia McIntyre and Maurice Williams



Tahj
Rice
DT | 6-2 | 320 | Louisville, Ky. (Waggener) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram
- Played at Waggener under coach Jordan Johnson
- Consensus four-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Charted as the No. 10 strong side defensive end by 247Sports.com
- Listed as the No. 25 defensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com and the No. 30 defensive tackle nationally by ESPN.com
- Consensus top-3 prospect in Kentucky by ESPN.com (No. 3), Rivals.com (No. 3) and 247Sports.com (No. 2)
- Served as team captain as a senior
- Selected to play for the American squad in the 2017 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl
- One of three players from the state of Kentucky nominated for the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl
- Participated for the Louisville team in the Best of the Bluegrass All-Star game on December 10, 2017
- Following senior year, tabbed a Greater Louisville Football Coaches Association Class 3A first team All-District 3 selection as both an offensive tackle and defensive tackle/end
- As a junior, earned all-state honors from the Courier-Journal (3rd team), Associated Press (HM) and American Family Insurance (2nd team)
- As a junior, finished tied for the team lead in total tackles with 85
- During junior season, helped team to a 6-4 mark and Kentucky High School Athletics Association Class 3A state playoff berth
- Recorded 57 tackles as a sophomore with three fumbles recovered including two returned for TDs and earned first team all-district accolades
- Born August 13, 1999
- Son of Iana and Marcus McClung



Rocky
Shelton
LB | 6-0 | 205 | Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram 
- Lettered four seasons at St. Thomas Aquinas under coach Roger Harriott
- Charted a four-star prospect by Rivals.com
- Listed as a three-star prospect by ESPN.com and 247Sports.com
- Tabbed the No. 21 inside linebacker in the nation by Rivals.com
- Listed as the No. 36 outside linebacker nationally by ESPN.com
- Three-time all-county selection
- Part of a St. Thomas Aquinas program that captured the Florida High School Athletic Association Class 7A state title in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and advanced to the semifinals in 2017 as the Raiders compiled a four-year record of 53-7
- Four-time MaxPreps Defensive Player of the Game over final two prep seasons
- In final campaign, accumulated 99 tackles, 3.0 TFL, three PBUs, two fumble recoveries, one caused fumble and two blocked punts as the Raiders went 12-3
- Following junior year, named a third team Associated Press Florida All-State Class 7A selection after posting 86 tackles and two fumble recoveries
- As a sophomore, booked 36 tackles, 6.5 TFL, 3.0 sacks and one forced fumble
- The Raiders ended the 2015 campaign ranked No. 7 in the nation by MaxPreps
- Born March 13, 2000
- Son of Kimberly and Darrel Shelton Sr.
- Aunt, Dr. Todra Anderson Rhodes, is a 1986 graduate of Duke University
- Cousin, Cody Riggs, played football at the University of Florida (2010-11-12-13) and Notre Dame (2014) and with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans (2015-16) … cousin, Gerald Riggs Jr., played football at the University of Tennessee (2002-03-04-05) and with the NFL’s Miami Dolphins (2006) and Chicago Bears (2007) … uncle, Gerald Riggs Sr., played football at Arizona State (1978-79-80-81), was a first round selection of the Atlanta Falcons in the 1982 NFL Draft, was a member of the Washington Redskins’ Super Bowl XXVI championship team, garnered three Pro Bowl selections (1985-86-87), earned induction in the Atlanta Falcons Ring of Honor and rushed for 8,188 career yards with 69 TDs



Dennis
Smith
WR | 6-2 | 185 | Gaffney, S.C. (Gaffney) | Highlights | Twitter | Instagram
- Played at Gaffney under coach Dan Jones
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com
- Consensus top-25 prospect in South Carolina by ESPN.com (No. 25), Rivals.com (No. 8) and 247Sports.com (No. 13)
- Selected to play in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas
- As a senior, helped the Indians to a 9-5 mark with a berth in the South Carolina High School League Class AAAAA state semifinals
- Earned all-region honors after posting 55 receptions for 733 yards and five TDs as a senior
- As a junior, finished with 72 catches for 1,180 yards and 11 TDs and received all-region accolades
- Born January 13, 2000
- Son of Rio Tate-Smith



 Nate Thompson  S | 6-3 | 185 | Sanford, N.C. (Southern Lee) | Highlights | Twitter
- Lettered four seasons at Southern Lee under coach Ken Neal
- A four-star prospect according to Rivals.com
- A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com and 247Sports.com
- Consensus top-60 safety nationally by 247Sports.com (No. 31), Rivals.com (No. 35) and ESPN.com (No. 54)
- Collected 58 tackles, 3.0 sacks, four INTs and two defensive TDs during senior
- Intercepted three passes in a 28-20 victory against Triton on October 20, 2017, including a 65-yard return for a TD
- As a junior, booked 84 tackles, four INTs and seven PBUs to earn first team All-Cape Fear Valley 3-A honors
- Also in 2016, helped the Cavaliers to an 8-4 record and bid to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association 3A state playoffs
- Finished with 35 tackles, one tackle for loss and one INT as a sophomore
- Named to the All-Cape Fear Valley 3-A second team as a sophomore
- During freshman year, credited with 28 tackles and one INT and earned second team All-Cape Fear Valley 3-A accolades
- Also played basketball for Southern Lee and earned Cape Fear Valley Conference Player of the Year accolades as a junior
- Born February 19, 2000
- Son of Treva Thompson
- Aunt, Doris T. Fox, earned a master’s degree from Duke’s Divinity School



 Ken Torain  CB | 6-2 | 195 | Tampa, Fla. (Jesuit) |   HighlightsTwitter | Instagram
- Played for head coach Matt Thompson
- Three-star prospect according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com & 247Sports.com
- The No. 67 athlete in the country according to ESPN.com
- The No. 70 cornerback in the country according to 247Sports.com
- Led Jesuit to the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) 5A state semifinals in both 2015 and 2016
- Booked 26 tackles, three interceptions, five PBUs and one fumble recovery as a senior
- In January, named one of the top 25 seniors in the area by the Tampa Bay Times
- Tampa Bay Times honorable mention All-Tampa Bay Defensive Team selection following senior season
- Jesuit finished with a 12-1 mark during junior campaign, going 4-0 in 5A District 10 play to capture the title
- During junior season, totaled 22 tackles, two INTs, six passes defended and one fumble recovered
- An Associated Press Class 5A second team all-state selection after junior campaign
- As a sophomore, helped Jesuit to a 13-1 ledger and the 5A District 10 championship
- Born January 20, 2000
- Son of Tesra House



 

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