04/24/20: Drafted by Las Vegas (3rd round, 100th overall)
09/07/20: Placed on injured reserve (toe)
09/06/21: Released by Las Vegas
09/08/21: Signed to Seattle's PS
• Spent his rookie campaign on injured reserve after suffering a foot injury prior to the regular season.
Spent five years at Clemson from 2015-19, appearing in 59 games with 39 starts as a safety. Finished his collegiate career with 192 career tackles (105 solo), four sacks, seven interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, 15 passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery returned for a TD. Left Clemson tied for second for the most career games played (59) in school history. As a senior in 2019, named a Thorpe Award semifinalist, presented annually to the nation's top defensive back. Earned third-team All-American and first-team All-ACC honors. Voted as a permanent team captain…Started in all 15 games, recording 55 tackles (37), two sacks, four interceptions and five passes defensed. Started in all 15 games as a junior in 2018. Finished with 76 tackles, two sacks, two interceptions and five passes defensed. As a sophomore in 2017, appeared in 14 games with nine starts. Finished the season with 64 tackles, four pass defensed and one fumble return for a touchdown. In 2016, played in 15 games and shared Special Teams Defensive Player of the Year honors. Finished with 24 tackles and one interception. Tied for team lead with 10 special teams tackles. Redshirted as a true freshman in 2015.
Attended South Point High School in Belmont, N.C. Rated the No. 17 player in North Carolina by Rivals.com. Had eight interceptions in his last three seasons. Totaled 150 tackles and four interceptions, while adding 1,292 yards on 90 carries and seven receptions for 150 yards as a senior. Named first-team all-state as a defensive player. Was a Shrine Bowl selection. Recorded 47 tackles along with 400 rushing yards and five touchdowns as a junior. Also played baseball, recording .474 batting average with five home runs and 33 RBIs as a junior centerfielder. Helped his team advance to the second round of the state tournament as a senior. Earned his degree in parks, recreation and tourism management.