Has played two different positions in his career, but comes into his final season with a chance to play the position he came to N.C. A&T to play … Will compete with two younger quarterbacks for playing time as the Aggies signal caller … Switched to play tight end in 2014 before switching back to quarterback for the 2015 season … Served as the No. 3 quarterback during spring practice in 2016 and threw a touchdown pass in the Aggies 2016 Blue & Gold Spring Game … Served as the No. 2 quarterback throughout spring practice in 2015 …Played quarterback during the 2015 Spring Game where he was 13-for-26 for 160 yards and two touchdowns…During the 2014 season, he mainly played special teams for the Aggies… Used his true freshman season to redshirt… Has a 32-inch vertical jump.
2015 Season: Played in one game without a start … Earned playing time in the Aggies win over Shaw University on Sept. 5.
2014 Season: Played in 11 games without a start…Played mostly special teams for the Aggies where he made three tackles.
2013 Season: Did not see any action during the season.
2012 Season: Did not playing during the season.
High School: Led his team to an 8-2 record and a berth in the DCIAA Turkey Bowl (city championship game) in 2011...In the game, Bamiro completed 9 of 22 passes for 159 yards passing and he threw a 30-yard touchdown pass...Was named to the DCSportsFan.com second team and was an all-district performer in 2011...As a senior, Threw for 1,429 yards and 18 touchdowns on 79-for-154 passing...Also rushed for 143 yards and five touchdowns on 55 attempts...Played under Natalie Randolph, who is believed to be the only female in the country coaching a high school varsity football team.