|Hometown:||University Place, Wash.|
|High School:||Curtis HS '10|
HS: Graduated from Curtis HS in 2010. Named by the Seattle Times as a “White Chip” selection as one of the top 100 prospects in the state of Washington. He was a second team All-South Puget Sound League South Division selection as an offensive lineman. He helped lead Curtis to the State 4A Playoffs after a perfect regular season. His school defeated Central Kitsap 21-16 in the first round, but fell to eventual champion Skyline 49-14 in the quarterfinals as Curtis finished the season 11-1. Curtis finished 9-2 his junior season and advanced to the first round of the playoffs. Current Eagle Ray Falelaulii (‘07) also graduated from Curtis, as did Eastern head coach Beau Baldwin (’90), offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Aaron Best (’96) and defensive backs coach Torey Hunter (’90).
Personal: Born 11/14/91 in Tacoma, Wash. Will turn 19 one day after Eastern plays Southern Utah. Parents are Marvin and Marie Hansen. Intends on majoring in criminal justice at EWU.