|High School:||Hamilton H.S.|
Played in 13 games as a wide receiver … Two-year letterwinner … Has seven career receptions for 37 yards.
Saw action in three games with one start at wide receiver as a sophomore … Made first career start vs. Yale (Oct. 28) … Made two catches for eight yards on the year … Played against Princeton (Oct. 1), at Penn (Oct. 15) and Yale (Oct. 28) … Made two receptions for eight yards vs. Princeton (Oct. 1).
Played in all 10 games for the Lions as a freshman … Finished the year with five receptions for 29 yards … Recorded a season-high three receptions for 21 yards at Yale (Oct. 31).
A 2015 graduate of Hamilton High School in Chandler, Ariz., where he played three years of varsity football for head coach Steve Belles …Earned First Team All-State and All-Conference honors during his senior season … Named to the All-Tribune Second Team as a punter … Named to the Scout.com All-State honorable mention team … Ranked among the state's top-10 best receivers by Arizona Central … Tallied 848 yards and 11 touchdowns receiving on 51 catches and averaged 43.4 yards per punt (37-1605), during his senior season … Set state record with a 70-yard punt … Versatile all-around player who played offense, defense, punted and kicked … Injured during half of his junior season … Led Hamilton to three state Class 5 finals appearances and the state title during his sophomore season … Led the Huskies to a 12-2 overall record and state finals appearance as a senior … Invited to the U.S. Army All-American National Combine … Played in the Global Ireland Football Tournament in Dublin, Ireland … Earned FBU Top Gun nomination as a receiver … Earned numerous Pop Warner Second Team All-America awards … Also competed in wrestling and tennis … Member of the National Honor Society … Active member of the Kiwanis Club.
Born Charles Brandon Krcilek on September 6, 1996 … Son of Chuck and Elisa Krcilek … Has a brother Christian … Chose Columbia over Princeton and Arizona State … Enrolled at Columbia College … Majors in Biological Sciences.