In 2014, he became the quarterback for the Canadian Soccer League’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Previously, he performed his college soccer career for both University or college of Miami and Purdue University or college. During his senior high school years, he produced the Parade All-American soccer team; was called Florida’s Mr. Soccer; and arranged a passing back yards record (of 4,380) that surpassed Tim Tebow’s 2007 record. In 2013, he used using the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The kid of NFL participant Eugene Marve, he spent his youngsters in Tampa, Florida. He and linebacker Henoc Muamba both performed for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers early in the next decade from the 2000s.