"6'1" and 180 pounds."
What type of season did you have as a sophomore in 2011?
"Actually my freshman year I broke the growth plate in my elbow. That sort of limited me in the off-season before my sophomore year. My sophomore season I threw for around 1500 yards on 60 completions. Our team ran the ball a good amount because of our D1 running-back Deshawn Coleman. This off-season I have focused on weightlifting, route timing with receivers, and defensive coverages."
Are any schools recruiting you yet?
"No schools are currently recruiting me."
Did you grow up as a kid with a favorite school? If so, who and why?
"Being from the area, I knew many friends and relatives that went to Pittsburgh. Now, my sister Malia will be attending next year along with my cousin Chad Voytik. Also, I have an uncle that played football for Penn State. So these two schools would have to be my favorites."
How did things go for you at the MVP Camp on June 1 in Alpharetta, Ga.?
"The MVP Camp in Alpharetta went well. I traveled up to the minute of the camp so I was a little sluggish to begin. But I feel like I stacked up with the competition and finished strong."