HISTORY — From College Profile
2022 (sr): Played in eight games, making six starts ... Served as a season-long team captain ... Caught two passes for 21 yards, including a 9-yard touchdown reception at South Carolina ... Had a 31-yard reception against Ole Miss ... Caught five passes for 59 yards against Florida ... Brought in an 18-yard pass at Auburn ... Was the recipient of the Aggie Heart Award, the highest honor for a football senior, while also earning the offense's Leadership Award, the Strength & Conditioning Offensive Aggie Award and the senior academic award at the annual team banquet.
2021 (jr): Played in all 12 games, making three starts ... Made his first career start in the season-opening win over Kent State ... Caught an 8-yard pass against Arkansas ... Earned the Unselfish Leadership Award at the annual team banquet.
2020 (soph): Played in three games … In the offseason, was moved from the defensive line to tight end … Made his season debut on special teams at Mississippi State ... Saw time in the win over Arkansas … Caught a crossing route over the middle and ran it 42 yards for his first career touchdown in the dominating 48-3 win at South Carolina.
2019 (redshirt fr): Played in three games before suffering a season-ending injury … Had a tackle in the season-opening win over Texas State.
2018 (fr): Appeared in all 13 games, primarily on special teams … provided the Aggies with quality depth on the defensive line … given the Special Teams Newcomer Award and the Strength & Conditioning Freshman Aggie Award at the team’s annual banquet.
High school: Coached by Chad Simmons at Katy Taylor High School (Katy, TX) ... Listed as a 4-star prospect by 247sports.com, Rivals.com and ESPN … Named to Dave Campbell's Magazine Preseason Super Team … Named to Dave Campbell's Magazine Postseason Tops in Texas First Team … Rated as a top-15 player in the state of Texas by Rivals.com and 247sports.com and as a top-10 player nationally at his position by Rivals.com and 247sports.com …
Chose Texas A&M over offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Miami (Fla.), Michigan, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Stanford, TCU and Texas.