2007: Earned the Husky Fever 12th Man of the Year Award (offense) at the team's postseason awards banquet ... played in 12 of 13 games (all but Boise State) as a fullback and special teams performer ... scored four rushing touchdowns ... scored on a one-yard run in the fourth quarter vs. Arizona ... had another one-yard score in the second quarter vs. Cal ... scored twice (from one and two yards out) in the first quarter of the Hawai'i game ... season-high four rushes vs. Washington State ... season-high 11 yards vs. Oregon State (on one carry) and WSU (on four carries) ... also had five kick returns as an up-back, including a 42-yarder in the Apple Cup.
2006: Saw action in eight games, playing on special teams and at fullback in the first eight games of the season ... didn't have any carries as a fullback ... had a kick return for 11 yards vs. San Jose State ... also had a special teams tackle vs. Oregon State.
2005: Saw action on special teams only in games against Air Force and Idaho ... was the No. 3 fullback at the start of the fall before climbing to second on the depth chart after James Sims' switch to tailback late in the year.
2004: Redshirted the 2004 campaign.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: A 4A all-state selection by the Associated Press ... a member of the Tacoma News Tribune's all-state team ... second-team all-state pick by the Seattle Times ... picked for Seattle Times Red Chip prospect squad ... rushed for 2,460 yards and 41 touchdowns ... finished his career with 4,300 yards and 77 touchdowns ... named to The Olympian's All-South Sound team and was co-player of the year ... rushed for 1,100 yards as a sophomore but was slowed by an injury during his junior season when he gained 970 yards ... helped team to 4A Narrows League title as a senior ... also competed on Bears' track team ... father, Al, was a defensive end who lettered as a Husky in 1970 and 1971 ... helped team to the semifinals of the 4A state playoffs in 2003 ... named to PrepStar's all-region team ... team finished 12-1 in 2003 and reached semifinals of state 4A championship ... scored seven touchdowns and rushed for 253 yards on 30 carries vs. Shelton ... performance included a 90-yard kickoff return for a score ... son of former UW defensive end Al Kravitz ... family room at his home is nicknamed the "Husky Room" and is painted purple and gold ... finished his prep career as Olympia's all-time leading rusher and scorer ... played for coach Bill Beattie at Olympia ... parents are Al and Kathleen ... has three siblings, Kelly, Katy and Adam.
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