- Selected by Green Bay with the second of three seventh-round picks (No. 239 overall) in the 2018 NFL Draft, marking the fourth consecutive draft where a long snapper was selected (Colin Holba, sixth round, Pittsburgh, 2017 / Jimmy Landes, sixth round, Detroit, 2016 / Joe Cardona, fifth round, New England, 2015).
- Played in 41 career games, registered four special teams tackles and served as the primary long snapper since Week 2 of the 2015 season.
- Finished his college career appearing in 38 consecutive games.
- Named to the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll in 2017.
- Earned a scholarship in the fall of 2016.
- Participated in the 2018 East-West Shrine Game.
- Saw his first career action as a sophomore, appearing in three games on special teams.
- The Bulldogs went to a bowl game all six seasons he was at MSU.
- Part of teams that registered a nine-win season three times in the past four years after just six nine-win seasons in the previous 114-year history of the program.
- Earned his degree in kinesiology in May 2017.
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