McNeal is team's Outstanding Defensive Player
Hekking, Seau, Gipson, Galas and Boy all named to the second team.
Senior (2016): Named to the Ray Guy Award preseason watch list … Could finish his career at Nevada as one of the top punters in program history … Has played in 26 games with 124 punts for 5,346 yards … Currently ranks second in program history behind Chase Tenpenny with a 43.1 career punt average.
Junior (2015): Played in all 13 games as Nevada’s starting punter in the regular season, averaging 42 yards per punt … Was named a Ray Guy Award candidate on Oct. 30 … Punted 65 times in the season for 2,732 yards with 18 punts downed inside the 20 and 11 punts of over 50 yards … Ranked fifth in the Mountain West and 48th in FBS with his 42.0 punting average during the regular season … Ranks fourth in program history in punts in a single season (65), third in total punt yards and sixth in punt yard average … Tallied his best performance of the season against Arizona with a 63-yard punt and a season-best 47.0 average with eight punts in the game … Blasted a career-best 68-yard punt at Texas A&M with five punts downed inside the 20-yard line … Was named Nevada’s special teams player of the week after the Pack’s win at Buffalo … In the preseason, was named to the Sporting News’ Preseason All-Mountain West First Team, Athlon Sports All-MW First Team and Phil Steele’s Preseason All-MW Fourth Team … Letter winner.
Sophomore (2014): Earned second team All-Mountain West honors in his first season as a starting collegiate punter ... Closed the regular season as the Mountain West's top punter, averaging 44.3 yards per punt ... Ranked 11th in the nation in punting ... Punted 59 times with 18 punts of 50 yards or longer and 19 punts downed inside the 20 ... Posted three punts of 60 yards or longer with a career-best 62-yard punt at Air Force.
Freshman (2013): Walked on and redshirted his first year with the Wolf Pack.
Played one season under head coach Mike Reisbig at Long Beach City College.
Lettered in football at Lakewood HS for head coach Thadd McNeal … First Team All-Moore League punter as a senior and was also a two-time All-League performer as a kicker.
Chose Nevada because its great academic and football programs and it’s close to home … Enjoys playing frisbee golf, going to Lake Tahoe, golfing and hanging out with friends in his spare time … Chose Nevada over Fresno State, Utah State and Washington … Pursuing a degree in kinesiology.