Lives in: Duncanville, Texas

Weight class: Welterweight/152 lbs.

Height: 6’2"

Coach's name: Sean Kalkreuth

Club name: Irving Police Athletic League (PAL)

How did you get involved in boxing: Wanted to try something else besides basketball or soccer. Ask my dad about boxing. I liked the idea that I cold hit something.

Amateur Record: 70-7

What do you love most about boxing: The feeling of accomplishment knowing you can work hard for something and the hard work can be rewarded. I love the sport of boxing the training and discipline it gives me.

What are your goals in and out of the ring: To make an impact in others’ lives, showing that they can accomplish anything through hard work and dedication. Continue to get better each day. To be great at boxing and make the 2020 Olympic team and win a goal medal.

Pre-fight ritual: Pray to fight to my fullest potential. Make sure I warm up get mentally prepared. Understand my game plan.

What is your greatest strength in the ring: My Stamina, technique Speed, Power and Defensive moves.

Who has been your biggest inspiration and why? My dad because of his great insights on the techniques of boxing and how he translates it into helping me to understand, and put it into practice.

Did you ever play any other sports: Basketball, Track and Field,

Career Highlights to this point: 2012 Ringside Champion, 2012 Silver Gloves runner up, 2013 Golden Gloves runner up, 2014 Title Champion, 2015 Junior Olympics state runner up, 2016-17 Houston Open Champ, 2017 Eastern Qualifier Champion, 2016 Junior National Champion, 2017 Youth National Champion, 2018 Youth World Championships Qualifier

What motivates you the most? Desire to be the best.

What are 5 things most people don’t know about you: I can box jump over 5’4 inches, I can do a backwards flip, I can dunk a basketball, I have natural athletic abilities, I train with my dog.