2009: Played in 10 of the Huskies' 12 games (all but UCLA and Oregon State) as a reserve tailback and as a regular on special teams ... carried the ball five times for 19 yards in the win over Idaho ... two carires for 10 yards in the 30-0 Apple Cup win over WSU ... one carry for three yards vs. California ... had a 25-yard kickoff return vs. Idaho ... two kick returns for 22 yards vs. Arizona.
2008: Took the 2008 season off, leaving the team during fall camp due to family reasons ... returned to the UW in time for spring, 2009, practice.
2007: One of seven true freshmen to see action during the 2007 season ... spent the first part of the season at tailback before moving to wide receiver in the latter stages of the year ... in his first game at wide receiver, at Oregon State, caught four passes for 46 yards ... also spent some time as a kick returner ... returned two kicks for a total of 56 yards vs. Boise State ... had four carries in the Syracuse game ... also had two carries for nine yards vs. Cal.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Attended the same high school as former Husky tailback Louis Rankin ... finished his senior season with 1,633 rushing yards and 24 touchdowns ... rushed for 245 yards and five touchdowns on 15 carries in an opening-round sectional playoff win over Golden Valley (Merced) ... rushed for 200 yards three times as a senior ... also returned kickoffs ... earned all-area honors from the Stockton Record ... named to All-CIF San Joaquin Section ... earned a spot on the CalHiSports all-state third team ... named Long Beach Press-Telegram's "Best in the West" honorable mention as the No. 27 vote-getter on the list ... named to the "Western 100" by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... after opening the year 1-3, the Trojans won seven straight games, finishing the year 8-4 with a San Joaquin Athletic Association championship ... lost to Tracy West High in the CIF San Joaquin Section playoffs ... as a junior, rushed for 1,653 yard and 21 touchdowns when the Trojans made it to the first round of the section playoffs ... didn't play defense after his sophomore year, but played defensive back and tailback in a all-star game in Sacramento after his senior season ... also a standout on the track team at Lincoln ... qualifed for the CIF state championships as a senior in the 100 and 200-meters with senior season best times of 10.54 and 21.30, respectively ... 100-meter time was the third-best in the state of California and the 200-meter time was fifth ... listed as the No. 4 running back recruit in California and No. 23 running back in the nation by Rivals ... rated as the No. 39 running back recruit in the country and No. 51 player in California by Scout ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... played for coach Jim Rubiales ... a pre-social science major.
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