2015: Honorable-mention all-SAA and all-UAA ... Set WashU single-season records for touchdowns (29), completions (289) and passing yards (3,363) ... Threw for over 300 yards in seven of 10 games started ... Ranked second in Division III in completions per game (28.90), fourth in passing yards (3,363) and passing yards per game (336.3), seventh in total offese (340.4), 10th in passing TDs (29) and 17th in completion percentage (66.4) ... Completed 41-of-55 for a school and SAA record 498 yards and four touchdowns at Hendrix (11/7) ... SAA Offensive Athlete of the Week on Sept. 8 ... UAA Offensive Athlete of the Week on Sept. 8, Oct. 19 and Nov. 9. ... WUSTL Offensive Player of the Game vs. Carnegie Mellon, Birmingham-Southern (9/26), Sewanee (10/17), Milsaps (10/24) and Hendrix.
2014: Second-team all-UAA ... Threw for more than 200 yards in six of eight starts ... Completed 173-of-274 passes for 1,766 yards and 16 touchdowns ... Led the UAA in touchdowns, completion percentage (63.1) and yards per game (220.8) ... Ranked 29th in NCAA Division III in completions per game (21.63) and 33rd in completion percentage ... Completed 26-of-38 passes for a season-high 308 yards at Berry (10/4) ... UAA Offensive Athlete of the Week on Sept. 15 and Nov. 10 ... WUSTL Offensive Player of the Game at Berry.
2013: Worked way on to two-deep as backup quarterback as a freshman … Completed 15-of-22 passes for 138 yards and two TDs … Was 7-of-7 for 92 yards and two TDs in 44-7 win vs. Berry (10/5).
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letter winner at Trinity Christian Academy and Centennial High School … Team captain … Threw for 2,385 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior … Career totals include 4,126 passing yards and 50 TDs … Member of 2010 state championship team at Trinity Christian Academy … Two-time all-district … 2012 District Offensive Player of the Year … John Maher Student-Athlete Scholar … National Honor Society.
PERSONAL: Majoring in marketing and international business … Son of Hewitt and Maglill Tomlin … Brother, Hewitt, played football at Johns Hopkins from 2008-11.