|High School:||Eastlake North|
2009: Was an integral part of the offense in his redshirt sophomore season as a wingback, playing in all 11 games… was a team captain… scored four touchdowns on the season, three receiving and one rushing… had season-highs in carries (seven) and yards (56) against Ohio Dominican on Oct. 3… totaled 34 carries and 235 yards on the season for an average of 6.9 yards per rush, which was tops on the team… also led the team in receiving yards (590)and was second in receptions (32)… finished one yard shy of Demetrius Gray for the team lead in all-purpose yards with 825… was the Storm’s big-play specialist, catching eight passes and rushing twice for more than 20 yards… at the Apprentice School on Oct. 10, he caught an 83-yard touchdown from Sean Bedevelsky that became the Storm’s longest play from scrimmage in school history… he also added a 70-yard grab in that game for a season-high 153 yards receiving… caught his first touchdown pass of the season at West Liberty on Sept. 12 and compiled 93 yards receiving in the game.
2008: Appeared in all 11 games for Lake Erie as a redshirt-freshman… racked up a season-high in rushing yards in his first career games with 64 yards on just five carries… scored three touchdowns against Apprentice School on Oct. 11, two receiving and one rushing… tallied 133 yards in the game on just three catches, including a season-long 70-yard haul… scored touchdowns in consecutive games on Oct. 25 and Nov. 1, scoring twice in the latter game at Kentucky Wesleyan… finished with 27 catches and 483 yards receiving with four touchdowns… averaged six yards per carry for the season with 186 yards on 31 carries and two scores.
PRIOR TO LAKE ERIE: Played four seasons as a tailback for Eastlake North High School where he was named First-Team All-Premier Athletic Conference and was honored by the Lake County Touchdown Club… also played on the Rangers basketball team as a guard, earning Second-Team All-PAC laurels.
PERSONAL: Born May 27, 1987… majoring in sport management… parents are Dave Romeo and Jackie Schmid.