Was a three-year letterwinner and starter at Berryhill High School . . . started at tight end and defensive end . . . earned Tulsa World first-team all-state and all-metro honors as a senior . . . named to The Oklahoman's Super 30, ranking 26th overall . . . named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association East all-state team . . . was named Berryhill High School Team MVP as a senior . . . had 1,704 receiving yards and 21 TDs in his career . . . also had 192 career tackles and 18 quarterback sacks . . . returned three career fumbles for touchdowns . . . was ranked 34th among the top-36 players in the state of Oklahoma by 247Sports Ratings . . . had 62 tackles, 10 sacks and three fumble recoveries his senior season . . . caught 35 passes for 633 yards and eight TDs from his tight end position, while rushing for 108 yards . . . had 11 catches for 167 yards and two TDs, one rushing touchdown, six tackles and a sack in a playoff win over Inola as a senior . . . totaled 38 tackles and two sacks, while catching 40 passes for 539 yards and four TDs his junior season . . . was credited with 81 tackles, seven sacks and a fumble recovery as a sophomore . . . high school coach was Pat Harper . . . chose Tulsa over Memphis.
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