Washington: Graduated in June 2006 with a degree in American ethnic studies.
2006: Started in the first 8 games this year, but missed the ASU and Oregon games with an ankle injury ... Only 4 carries against Cal before leaving the game with the injury ... Returned to play vs. Stanford, rushing 13 times for 23 yards ... Had 9 carries for 20 yards at Apple Cup at WSU ... Had 17 carries for a gain of 90 yards vs. Oregon State ... Had 13 carries for 84 yards at USC, where he also caught a 6 yard TD ... Had 53 yards on 14 caries with 1 rushing TD and 1 receiving TD vs. San Jose State ... 21 yard touchdown catch vs. SJSU was career-first ... scored 54 yard TD on UW's first play at Oklahoma 2005: Limited by injury to just seven games ... prior to 2005, had played in 23-straight games from 2003-04 ... top game was a nine-carry, 52-yard effort at UCLA, including a 20-yard TD run ... completed a 65-yard touchdown pass to Sonny Shackelford vs. Washington State. 2004: Appeared in all 11 games, starting every game except for the San Jose State contest ... led all UW backs with 702 yards and five touchdowns ... averaged 4.1 yards per carry ... led team in scoring in 2004, the first non-kicker to do so at UW since Rashaan Shehee in 1997 ... ran for two TDs and career-high 189 yards -- 179 in the second half -- vs. San Jose State ... 189 yards were most by a UW tailback since Shehee in 1997 Aloha Bowl ... also topped the century mark against UCLA, totaling 133 yards and a TD on 27 carries ... ran for 96 yards on 23 carries vs. Cal ... named the team's offensive MVP. 2003: Overcame a spring knee injury to have a successful freshman year ... appeared in all 12 games, starting the final five ... 530 rushing yards were second on the team ... averaged 4.3 yards per carry ... also tied for third on the team with 17 receptions for 122 yards ... rushed for a pair of scores in back-to-back games vs. Oregon State and USC ... named co-offensive 12th Man of the game against Oregon State ... earned first-career 100-yard game in 42-10 win over Oregon, rushing for 104 yards on 18 carries, including a 56-yarder ... earned co-offensive Player of the Game honors for his performance vs. Oregon ... averaged 80 yards per game in final four contests of the year ... caught a career-high four passes for 28 yards in upset of WSU ... presented the Travis Spring Most Inspirational Freshman Award for an Offensive Player at 2003 team banquet. 2002: Redshirted the season.
High School and Personal: Parents are Marie and Kenneth ... has three older sisters, one younger brother ... led Dos Palos to a 21-1 record and a pair of CIF Central Section titles in final two seasons, scoring 96 touchdowns and amassing nearly 5,000 yards rushing since the start of 2000 ... as a senior, totaled over 2,900 yards on the ground and 49 TDs ... set a CIF section record with 118 career touchdowns ... earned first-team all-league honors at running back and defensive back in each of his last two seasons ... was also co-MVP of North Sequoia League in 2000 and 2001 ... was Fresno Bee's Player of the Year in 2001 ... received four votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram's 2001 "Best in the West" poll ... a member of the Tacoma News-Tribune's "Western 100" ... a PrepStar and SuperPrep All-American in 2001 ... ranked 23rd among RBs nationally by SuperPrep ... a first-team All-State pick by CalHiSports.com ... ranked 21st overall in SuperPrep's California 100 ... an All-West Region selection by Student Sports Magazine ... as a junior, rushed for 2,413 yards and 54 touchdowns to earn first-team all-state underclass honors ... also notched CalHi Sports Junior All-American honors in 2000 ... earned Dos Palos honor roll recognition three out of four years ... also lettered in baseball ... prep coach was Mike Sparks ... a sociology major.