AT VIRGINIA 2014 - Appeared in 10 of UVa's 12 games with five starts ... did not play against Kent State or Pitt ... made starts against No. 7 UCLA, No. 21 Louisville, No. 21 BYU, Miami and Virginia Tech ... finished the season with 19 tackles and four pass breakups ... made four tackles and one pass break up in the season opener against No. 7 UCLA ... recorded three tackles, an interception and a broke up another pass against Richmond ... made three tackles in ACC win over Louisville ... recorded a season-high six stops and broke up one pass at No. 2 Florida State ... recovered one fumble against Miami ... made three stops and broke up one pass at Virginia Tech. 2013 - Appeared in 11 of UVa's 12 games ... one of UVa's 12 true freshmen to play ... started seven games at cornerback ... made collegiate debut against then-No. 2 Oregon ... made first career start at Maryland after a season-ending injury was suffered by All-ACC cornerback Demetrious Nicholson ... recorded first career tackle against VMI ... made one tackle against Ball State ... recorded five tackles at Maryland ... started alongside three other true freshmen (Zach Bradshaw and Donte Wilkins) on defense against Georgia Tech and made one tackle ... had a career best seven tackles and a pass break up against Clemson ... recorded five tackles against Virginia Tech.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL Defensive back and wide receiver at Varina High School for head coach Stu Brown ... Richmond Times-Dispatch All-Metro first team ... played in the Chesapeake Bowl ... ranked the No. 10 prospect in Virginia by the Roanoke Times ... All-Capital and All-Central Region first-team honoree ... ranked as the No. 11 recruit in Virginia according to the 2013 Daily Press Fab 15 ... a four-star performer by 247sports, ESPN.com, Scout.com and Rivals.com ... the No. 124-rated player in the nation by 247sports and the No. 16 rated cornerback ... the No. 179-rated player in the nation by Rivals.com and the No. 14-rated cornerback ... high school teammates with current Cavalier cornerback Maurice Canady.