|Hometown:||Mission Viejo, Calif.|
|High School:||Mission Viejo|
The son of Rick and Maryavis Toman...born 2-27-88 in Chicago, Ill...a History major... His uncle Jerome Toman played football at the University of Illinois (1956-59).
2009 • Named the starter at quarterback for the second consecutive season.
• An outstanding passer and rusher out of the backfield.
• A strong canidate for postseason honors.
2008 • Played in all 13 games for the ‘Cats.
• Completed 231 of 355 passes for a 65 percent completion percentage.
• Tallied a career-high 3,110 yards passing and 28 touchdowns.
• Recorded the longest pass from scrimmage for a total of 77 yards.
• Ranked second on the team in rushing touchdowns with six.
2007 • Saw major action in two games, defeating both Delaware and Iona.
• Filled in for injured All-American Ricky Santos vs. the Blue Hens and led UNH to the 35-30 victory. He threw for 98 yds and two touchdowns on just nine passing attempts in the contest.
• Started the Iona game helping UNH win by a 49-21 margin. He completed 15 of 19 passes for 172 yds and a TD in the contest.
• For the season he compiled 111 rushing yds on 20 carries.
• He completed 25 of 34 passes for 310 yds. and four TDS for the year.
2006 • Redshirt season.
• Lettered in football and basketball at Mission Viejo High School.
• Completed 140-216 passes for 2,815 yds. and 29 TDs.
• Rushed for 560 yds. and 4 TDs.
• Led his team to the Southern California Championship title.
• Team was ranked No. 1 in California and No. 2 by “USA Today”.
• Named the 2004 MVP of the South Coast League.