HISTORY — From College Profile
As A Sophomore at Iowa (2022)
Played in two games and made one start in a season shortened by injury … vs. South Dakota State (Sept. 3): Helped hold the Jackrabbits to three points and 120 yards of total offense, finishing with five tackles, one solo stop and a pass break-up in lone start of the season … at Rutgers (Sept. 24): Finished with a tackle for loss and one solo tackle.
As A Redshirt Freshman at Iowa (2021)
Played in all 14 games at outside linebacker, earning starts in eight contests … Finished the season fifth on the team with 53 tackles and in solo stops with 33 … Caused two turnovers, forcing one fumble and picked off a pass … vs. No. 17 Indiana (Sept. 4): Earned a then-career best grade of 78.0 by Pro Football Focus after making four tackles, including three solo, along with a half TFL … at No. 9 Iowa State (Sept. 11): Started at outside linebacker, earning a career-best PFF grade of 83.9 with an elite run defense grade of 90.1 while finishing with four tackles, all solo, a pass breakup and a forced fumble that led to a touchdown … vs. Kent State (Sept. 18): Had a career-high eight tackles with three solo stops, holding the Golden Flashes to 264 yards total offense … vs. Colorado State (Sept. 25): Matched career-high with eight tackles, including four solo stops en route to allowing just 250 yards total offense … at Maryland (Oct. 1): Made four tackles, including two solo stops to hold the Terrapin offense to 271 yards … vs. No. 4 Penn State (Oct. 9): Started at outside linebacker, finishing with three tackles (two solo) and first career interception … vs. Minnesota (Nov. 13), Had four tackles, including two solo tackles … vs. Illinois (Nov. 20): Made four solo tackles and added a quarterback pressure to help hold The Illini to 64 net rushing yards … vs. #22 Kentucky (Jan. 1): Finished with four tackles, including two solo tackles, in Citrus Bowl start.
As A Redshirt Freshman at Iowa (2020)
Contributed on defense in five games, including first career start … at Purdue (Oct. 24): Started first career game at weakside linebacker, recording one assisted tackle and earning a PFF run-defense grade of 83.1 … vs. Michigan State (Nov. 7): Helped contain the Michigan State offense as the defense allowed 59 rushing yards and 286 yards total offense, making two tackles
As A Freshman at Iowa (2019)
Utilized a redshirt.
A four-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals and in the 247Sports composite … Viewed a three-star prospect by ESPN … Rated as a top-300 player in the country by 247Sports (No. 152) and in the 247Sports composite (No. 258) … Ranked as the 10th-overall outside linebacker in the nation by 247Sports … Tabbed as a top-20 outside linebacker in the 247Sports composite (No. 16) and Rivals (No. 20) and a top-40 player at the position by ESPN (No. 39) … A top-10 player in Ohio by 247Sports (No. 5) and in the 247Sports composite (No. 6) … Rated a top-15 player in the state by Rivals (No. 11) and ESPN (No. 15) … A three-year letter winner at Northmont High School … Led the Thunderbolt to state playoffs as a junior and senior with a two-year record of 18-5 … Named a team captain as a junior and senior … As a senior, selected to the Army All-American Game … Earned several first-team honors including All-West Division, All-Greater Western Ohio Conference, and All-Southwest District as a senior … Named honorable mention All-Ohio as a senior … Finished season with 52 tackles and four sacks while rushing 51 times for 365 yards and seven touchdowns … As a junior, earned first-team All-West Division, All-GWOC, and All-Southwest District honors … Ended junior campaign with 74 tackles, including four sacks, three forced fumbles, and one interception … As a sophomore, made 14 tackles … High school coach was Tony Broering … Also recruited by Akron, Ball State, Boston College, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Duke, Eastern Kentucky, Easter Michigan, Georgia Tech, Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky, Miami (OH), Michigan State, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Northwestern, Ohio, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Rutgers, Toledo and Vanderbilt.