Career Accolades

  • Three-time Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll (2021, 2022, 2023)

As a Senior (2023)

  • Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll
  • Saw action in nine games, totaling one reception

As a Junior (2022)

  • Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll
  • Competed in one contest

As a Sophomore (2021)

  • Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll
  • Made seven appearances with one start
  • Had two receptions for 13 yards
  • Caught his first pass at Washington State (Oct. 16)

As a Freshman (2020)

  • Played in one game, retains ability to redshirt

Prior to Stanford

  • Played at Delbarton School for head coach Brian Bowers
  • Four-star recruit by Rivals and PrepStar, who ranked him No. 296
  • Consensus top 10 recruit in New Jersey – ranked No. 7 by PrepStar, No. 8 by Rivals, No. 9 by 247Sports and No. 11 by ESPN
  • Unanimous top 20 tight end – ranked No. 6 by ESPN and PrepStar, No. 11 by Rivals and No. 20 by 247Sports
  • Pro Football Hall of Fame World Bowl participant
  • 2019 team captain
  • Did not play football in 2019 due to injury
  • Awarded John Kowalik Coaches Cup in 2019 for football leadership
  • Played in just three games as a junior in 2018, totaling 18 receptions for 232 yards and three touchdowns
  • 2016 Under Armour Underclassmen All-American
  • 2016 all-conference second team
  • Had 25 catches for 442 yards and four touchdowns as a sophomore in 2017
  • Also competed in basketball and lacrosse
  • Led basketball team to the Morris County Championship in 2018
  • Lacrosse team was ranked No. 1 in 2018, won the New Jersey Tournament of Champions and was Morris County Champions
  • Earned highest academic honors during the fall term of his senior year
  • Also earned academic honors each of his first three years


  • Son of Mark and Katherine Ungar
  • Has three siblings, Matthew, Kolina and Kendell
  • Brother, Matthew, played football at Georgetown
  • Sister, Kolina, is a member of Vermont’s lacrosse program
  • Great-grandfather, David Munson, was a 1904 Olympic Gold Medalist in track & field and was a collegiate national champion at Cornell in both 1904 and 1905
  • Great-grandfather, Harvey Benjamin Blanton, was a captain of the University of Texas’ track & field program in the mid-1920s