|High School:||Booker T. Washington|
2011: Second team All-Ivy League despite missing several games with a hamstring injury ... Honorable mention All-America selection by Beyond Sports Network ... Earned Harvard's William Paine LaCroix Trophy for enthusiasm, sportsmanship and loyalty ... Set Harvard’s single-season record for completion percentage at nearly 59 percent ... Graduates fourth place on Harvard’s all-time touchdown passing list with 33 to go with 15 additional rushing TDs. He is fifth on the all-time passing yardage list at 4,347 yards and is also fifth in total offense at 5,008 yards ... Completed 25 of 41 passes for 265 yards and two touchdowns at Holy Cross ... Following a hamstring injury, returned against Princeton and had a career day, throwing for 403 yards and five touchdowns and rushing for another in a 56-39 win. His 34 completions is the second-most in a game by a Harvard QB and he guided the Crimson to 560 yards and 33 first downs, one shy of the school record ... Named New England Football Writers' Gold Helmet recipient, Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week and ECAC Division I Offensive Player of the Week ... Ivy League Player of the Week Oct. 31 after rushing for 126 yards and two TDs and also completing 13-of-16 passes for 116 yards in a win over Dartmouth ... Was 20-of-30 for 323 yards and three TDs while also running for a score in a win at Columbia ... Ivy League Honor Roll against Yale after throwing for 355 yards and two touchdowns (27-42) while also rushing for a game-high 62 yards (5.6 ypc) and a TD.
2010: Named the preseason Ivy League Offensive Player of the Year by The Sports Network ... Missed the first five weeks due to a torn adductor muscle ... Played the final five games despite being significantly hampered by his injury ... Still managed a 61 percent completion rate (86-141) for 892 yards and five touchdowns ... Made his debut in the second half of a win at Princeton, completing 8-of-12 passes for 91 yards and two touchdowns ... Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week on 11/1. Making his first start of the season, Winters accounted for three first half touchdowns in the Crimson’s victory. He ran for a pair of first quarter Touchdowns and threw a second quarter TD pass before finishing the day 19-for-31 for 212 yards and no interceptions ... Was 25-of-38 for 246 yards while rushing for a TD in a win over Columbia ... Was 21-of-44 for 219 yards at Penn ... Was 13-of-16 for 124 yards and the eventual game-winning touchdown against Yale.
2009: Named All-Ivy League second team, giving Harvard an all-league pick in eight of the last nine seasons ... Led the league in pass efficiency and his seven interceptions was lowest in the league among QBs who played 10 games ... Averaged 11.9 yards per completion, which also led the league. He finished with 15 TD passes and over 1,800 yards through the air in addition to his dual-threat capabilities in running the ball ... Started the season opener at quarterback against then-No. 23 Holy Cross and threw for 195 yards with two touchdowns while running for 40 yards ... Earned the New England Football Writers Gold Helmet Award and was named the Ivy League's Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Crimson to a 24-21 win over Brown in the Ivy League opener. Winters was 18-for-27 for 223 yards and two touchdowns while also runing for a game-high 66 yards (5.1 ypc), including a three-yard scoring run ... Threw two first half touchdowns and ended up with 152 passing yards in a win at Lehigh ... Completed 19 passes for 233 yards and two touchdowns against Lafayatte ... Completed 13 pass for 190 yards and two TDs while running for a third TD in the first half of a win over Princeton ... Completed 12-of-15 passes for 204 yards and a TD in a win over Dartmouth ... Had 214 yards on 19 completions in a win over Columbia ... Threw two late touchdowns in a 19-for-26, 211-yard and 51-rushing yard game at Yale in a 14-10 victory.
2008: Missed the season due to injuries.
2007: Appeared in six games at quarterback ... Carried the ball 15 times for 57 yards and two touchdowns ... Both scores came against Dartmouth with three total carries for 28 yards ... Minor H recipient.
At Booker T. Washington: Tulsa World All-Metro and All-State selection in 2005 and 2006 ... Earned all-district honors as a junior and senior ... Two-time team MVP ... U.S. Army All-American nominee ... Set school records for passing yards and touchdown passes as a junior ... Named to the Jim Thorpe all-star game ... National Honor Society.
Personal: Father, Kevin, played football at Kansas State.