A Fall 2014 graduate, Christopher is now pursuing concurrent MD/MPH degrees at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Chris wrote a comprehensive senior thesis on the dangers that the use of lead bullets poses to hunters and their families. He was a national semi-finalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy (Academic Heisman), selected for the PAC12 All-Academic first team three times, and listed as the second smartest player in college football in 2014 on nfl.com. Chris is also 2015 Oscar Geballe Post-Graduate Scholarship winner. Chris also majored in Business Administration and graduated from the Haas School of Business in Spring 2014. He hopes to use his medical education to be a positive influence on the health care sector and continue his work in medical missions in rural Ateiku, Ghana. Chris graduated a four-year varsity letter winner and three year starter on the offensive line for the Cal Football team.