2012: Outdoor - Finished 22nd in the long jump (23 feet, 10 inches) and had a false start in the 110-meter hurdles to wrap up his career at the NCAA East Prelims...Scored 7,196 points to take fifth in the decathlon at the SEC Championships...Returned to finish seventh in the 110 hurdles at the SEC meet with a time of 14.18...Finished fifth in the decathlon at the Bulldog Decathlon with 7,298 points thanks to a win the long jump (24-4.25) and 110 hurdles (14.05).
2012: Indoor - Opened his season by clearing 7 feet, ¼ inches to take second in the high jump at the Kentucky Invitational...Clocked an 8.05 in the 60-meter hurdles to take fifth at the Auburn Invitational while also taking fifth in the long jump (23-8.25)...Set a new school record in the heptathlon with an NCAA automatic qualifying score of 5,809 points at the Razorback Invitational, thanks in part of personal-best efforts in the pole vault (14-1.25), long jump (24-3.50) and the shot put (40-7.50)...Tied or improved three personal-best marks and won two events to score a career-high 5,825 points in the heptathlon, which tops his own school record, to take third at the SEC Championships...Posted a personal-best mark of 14-9 in the pole vault and won the high jump (6-9.75) on his way to a school record score of 5,873 points in the heptathlon to take sixth at the NCAA Championships and leave with First Team All-America honors.
2011: Indoor & Outdoor - Did not compete for the Bulldogs.
2010: Outdoor - Advanced to the NCAA Championships in the decathlon, but was forced to pull out of competition following a hamstring injury suffered while he was warming up for the second event...finished 25th in the long jump (24 feet, 1 ½ inches) and was 39th in the first round of the 110-meter hurdles at the NCAA East Prelims...finished second in the decathlon with the second-most points in school history (7,500) at the SEC Championships after winning three events, including a 13.99 in the 110 hurdles and a high jump mark of 6-11.50, to lock down his spot at the NCAA meet...also advanced to the finals of the 110 hurdles at the SEC meet, but was disqualified in the finals after pushing over a hurdle during a fall...exploded for a career-best score of 7,308, thanks to four wins including a personal-best mark of 24-9.75 in the long jump, to be the top collegiate finisher (second overall) in the decathlon at the Sea Ray Relays...was named the SEC Field Athlete of the Week for the first time in his career following his effort at the Sea Ray Relays...won a jump-off in the high jump with a mark of 6-8.75 at the Georgia-Georgia Tech dual meet and also took first in the 110 hurdles (14.22).
2010: Indoor - Won the high jump at the Virginia Tech Final Qualifier with a mark of 6 feet, 11 inches...broke the SEC Championships meet record in the high jump (7 feet, 1 ¾ inches) to help take third in the heptathlon at his first conference meet...also took sixth in the 60-meter hurdles (8.13) to score for the Bulldogs at the SEC meet...shot to No. 2 in the Bulldog record books after scoring an NCAA provisional qualifying 5,527 points to take second in the heptathlon at the Kentucky Invitational.
Rend Lake: 2008 & 2009 - Two-time NJCAA indoor champion in the high jump and multi-events...Named 2008 and 2009 Most Valuable Athlete at the indoor national meet...Rend Lake won the JUCO national indoor championships in 2007 and 2008...Personal-best marks of 6 feet, 11 ¾ inches in the high jump, 6.86 in the 60-meter dash, 7.88 in the 60 hurdles, 23-7.50 in the long jump and 5,080 points in the heptathlon.
High School: Finished fifth in the long jump at the Ohio state meet as a senior after soaring 22-5 and was on the second-place 4x100 relay team...Member of two-time Nike Indoor national championship 4x55 shuttle hurdles...Also a member of 4x110 shuttle hurdle team that set a state record.
Personal: Born February 11, 1988...Son of Felonda Homan...Majoring in Speech Communications.