Game-By-Game Stats (PDF)
2014 FRESHMAN SEASON: Made his Minnesota and collegiate debut and made two solo tackles against Eastern Illinois.
OVERVIEW: Listed as a three-star recruit by ESPN, Scout, Rivals and 247Sports Rivals listed him as the fourth-best player in Wisconsin, while 247Sports had him as the sixth-best prospect and ESPN had him ninth Rivals named him as the No. 22 tight end in the nation, while ESPN had him at No. 24 Scout had him as the No. 26 tight end recruit in the country and 247Sports had him at No. 28.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Somerset High School named one of 16 State Scholar Athlete award winners by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association helped the Spartans post an 11-2 record and make the state semifinals as a senior in 2013 led team in receptions (7) and receiving yards (129) and also caught one touchdown (team passed for 431 yards and seven touchdowns during his senior season) effectice blocker in team's run-heavy offense that rushed for 2,969 yards second on team with 72 tackles (43 solo) and led the state of Wisconsin with 28 tackles-for-loss recorded 11 sacks and forced seven fumbles broke up seven passes and recovered one fumble named first team All-State on defense as a DE/OLB ended career with 19 catches for 375 yards and six touchdowns was the only non-senior starter on Somerset's 12-1 state championship team in 2012 football coach was Bruce Larson a 1,000-point scorer in basketball and also lettered in track.
PERSONAL: Born Sept. 8, 1995 son of George Elmore guardians are Bruce and Kelly Larson has six siblings, three brothers and three sisters Bruce Larson played played football at UW-River Falls from 1983-86 and was inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013.