In the 8th game of my junior year, 3rd play of the game, I took a helmet to my knee. I finished that game, not missing defensive snap, and playing both ways in the 4th quarter, filling in for an injured player. The next week, an MRI showed I had a torn MCL in my left knee. 6'5' 240 lbs, second in the state of Arizona in sacks after 8 games, speaks for it's self. What you will see as you watch the last game of my junior year is I have something you can't teach me or coach me to have. Inside the my frame of a prototypical college football defensive end beats the heart of a relentless champion. An engine that never quits. My frame, engine, and heart is a combination I'm confident I will make a college program better in every way.