2018 (Junior) | Game-By-Game Stats
Started all 11 games at defensive end...was credited with 37 total tackles, including 23 solo stops...led the team with 11.5 TFLs and was second with four sacks...also was credited with 11 QB hurries...had five solo tackles against West Virginia...against Southern Illinois had five stops (one solo and four assists)...had a pair of sacks against the Salukis...also had three QB hurries vs. SIU...had five tackles at Western Illinois (two solos and three assists)...had two hurries in the contest...had four tackles against Valparaiso, including three solos...had a sack for a 16-yard loss against the Crusaders...had four tackles at Illinois State, including three solos...had three solo tackles against Butler...had first sack of career against the Bulldogs...also had three stops against South Dakota, South Dakota State and North Dakota State...had a TFL in eight games...recovered a fumble against UNI...earned his second letter.
2017 (Sophomore): Played in five games as a reserve defensive end...credit with four tackles, including three solos...had two solo stops against Central Connecticut...also had two tackles against Indiana State (one solo and one assist)...had a TFL for a seven-yard loss against the Sycamores...earned his first letter.
2016 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in one contest as a reserve defensive end...saw action against Robert Morris.
2015 (Freshman): Redshirted.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team All-Michigan Division I selection...named a Detroit All-Metro West selection by the Detroit Free Press...earned honorable-mention Metro West accolades by the Detroit News...as a senior, made 64 tackles, including 14 sacks, in lone season with the school...was named a team captain after transferring for his final year from Summit Academy...played quarterback, running back and defensive end at Summit...is a left-handed thrower...coach at Belleville was Matthew Davenport...also played baseball.
PERSONAL: Parents are Shelonda and Mario Bynum...has a brother and a sister...major is general studies...is the 2019-20 recipient of the Lambert Peterson Jr. Scholarship.