Expected to step into the starting role at running back occupied by the record-breaking Tarik Cohen for four years … Has the talent to make a name for himself at the running back position … Has served as Cohen’s backup for two years … Rushed for 95 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries in the Aggies 2017 Blue & Gold Spring Game in April … Sat out the 2015 season after having an impressive freshman season in 2014 … Plays with speed and power and has the body to endure multiple carries … Has played in 19 games with two starts … Has 588 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns on 141 carries in his career … Has also made nine receptions for 117 yards in his career.
2016 Season: Played in nine games with one start … Missed time with injuries, but still had an impact on the Aggies special teams and offense … Carried the ball 32 times for 174 yards and four touchdowns … Caught four passes for 34 yards … Had a big game against Florida A&M during the Aggies 2017 Homecoming when he rushed for 46 yards and a touchdown on seven carries in the Aggies win on Oct. 29 … Rushed for a 43-yard touchdown at Delaware State on Nov. 12 in the Aggies 45-14.
2015 Season: Took a redshirt season …
2014 Season: Played in 10 games with one start … Rushed for 414 yards and seven touchdowns on 109 carries (3.8 per carry) … Also made five catches for 83 yards (16.6 per catch) and one touchdown … Ranked seventh in the conference and 84th in the nation in scoring with 48 points … Made his first career start and his first 100-yard game on Sept. 27 as he ran for 135 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries in a 38-22 win … Had 87 yards on 14 carries in a blowout win over Chowan on Sept. 20 … Posted 62 rushing yards and one touchdown on 18 carries in a 45-0 win on Nov. 8 … Also had a 47-yard touchdown reception in the game.
High School: Played varsity football under head coach Rodney McCoy…Rushed for 2,650 yards and 38 touchdowns on 233 carries as a senior…Averaged 11.3 yards per carry…Led High Point Andrews to the state 2-AA title as he earned MVP honors in the game…Was selected to the NC/SC Shrine Bowl Game of the Carolinas…Named Mr. 2AA Football by NCPREPS.
|Hometown:||High Point, N.C.|