|Hometown:||Fort Worth, Texas|
|High School:||All Saints Episcopal School|
Two-year letterwinner on the offensive line … Started 14 of 20 career games played.
Started nine of 10 games at left guard.
Sat out the season with an injury.
Saw action in all 10 games as a freshman … Started five contests on the offensive line.
A 2014 graduate of All Saints Episcopal School in Fort Worth, Texas, where he played two years of varsity football for head coach Aaron Beck … Two-time All-District selection … Two-time All-Southwest Preparatory Conference selection … In 21 career games played, made 31 total tackles (24 solo), registered 6.0 sacks and 12.0 tackles for loss, caused three fumbles and recovered a fumble on defense while starting all 21 career games on the offensive line … Started all 11 games on the offensive line, made nine tackles and 2.0 sacks as a senior … Led Saints to perfect 11-0 record and 7-0 league record and small school state championship as a senior in 2013 … Helped All Saints to a 42-7 state title win over Houston Christian … Won back-to-back state championships with football as a junior and senior ... Caused three fumbles, made 22 tackles (17 solo) and 4.0 sacks as a junior … Helped lead the Saints to an 11-0 record, 7-0 league record and state title as a junior … Three-sport standout who earned 10 letters in football, track & field and basketball ... Played left tackle, defensive end and center ... Also threw discus and shot put ... Won back-to-back state championships for basketball as a freshman and sophomore ... Rated as a two-star recruit by Scout.com … Won the state championship in the shot put as a junior with a personal-best throw of 128-11 … His personal-best in the shot put was a 50-6 ½ throw … Transferred to All Saints Episcopal after attending Arlington Grace Prep for his sophomore and freshman years … Played at Arlington Grace Prep with his brother and both played offensive line.
Born Eleazar Charlie Flores IV on August 24, 1995 … Son of Charlie and Lisa Flores … One of five children: Lysette, Jacob, Charlie, John Paul and Michael … Brother Jacob played offensive line at Dartmouth … The two played against each other in 2014 as 12 members of his family attended the game in New York wearing house-divided shirts, half Columbia and half Dartmouth … Parents both attended the University of Texas at Arlington … Youth leader at his church … Played at same high school as fellow Columbia offensive lineman Markham Paukune … Chose Columbia over offers from Dartmouth, Louisiana Tech, Texas State and Texas-San Antonio and interest from Kansas and Oklahoma … Enrolled at Columbia College … Majors in Religion.