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Running Back
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 210
Year: Redshirt Sophomore
Hometown: Houston, Texas
High School: Langham Creek HS / Texas
Experience: Transfer

Bio

TEXAS

2018 SEASON

Did not see any action … took a redshirt.

 

2017 SEASON
Played in nine games and made two starts (at Iowa State, Oklahoma State) … finished the season fifth on the team with 252 rushing yards and tied for third on the team with three rushing TDs in 2017 … also added six receptions for 31 yards and a touchdown … made his career debut in a 56-0 win over San Jose State … rushed for 56 yards (9.3 ypc) and a touchdown on six carries … had a long rush of 38 yards … made his first career start at Iowa State … rushed four times for 14 yards and had two catches for 23 yards … caught a 22-yard touchdown pass, his first career receiving TD … had six carries for 32 yards in UT’s double-overtime victory against Kansas State … rushed five times for six yards against Oklahoma … had just one rush and one catch against No. 10/11 Oklahoma State … led the team in rushing as he totaled 15 attempts for 70 yards and a score in a 38-7 win at Baylor … also had one catch for seven yards … rushed three times for 34 yards and had one reception for nine yards in a 42-27 victory over Kansas … had a 23-yard rushing touchdown against the Jayhawks … had 10 rushes for 27 yards in UT’s 28-14 win at No. 24/25 West Virginia … rushed three times for 10 yards against Texas Tech.     

 

LANGHAM CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
Coached by Todd Thompson at Langham Creek … an All-American and three-time All-District running back … played in the 2017 Under Armour All-America Game … was a unanimous first team All-District 17-6A selection at running back following his senior season … named second team All-USA Texas at running back … also named to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football 2016 Super Team … rushed for 3,712 yards in his career and 55 touchdowns … No. 24 player in Texas and the No. 181 (No. 11 RB) player nationally according to Rivals … No. 158 (No. 9 RB) nationally and No. 25 player in Texas by 247Sports … ESPN ranks him No. 71 (No. 7 RB) nationally as well as the No. 15 player in Texas … rated No. 120 (No. 12 RB) nationally by Scout and as the No. 3 RB in Texas … ranked as the No. 5 prospect on the Houston Chronicle’s Top 100 … also listed at No. 20 on the Austin American-Statesman’s Fab 55 … No. 7 in the Houston Chronicle’s Top 100 … a Waco Tribune Top 100 player … named Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Tops in Texas at running back … rushed for 1,114 yard and 18 touchdowns as a senior … began the season with a 29-28 victory over Klein Oak in which he rushed for 90 yards and had 24 receiving … also returned three kicks for 88 yards … found the end zone three times in a week two win over Cypress Creek … rushed for 43 yards and two touchdowns, had three receptions for 34 yards and a TD … totaled 64 rushing yards in a win over Cypress Falls as Langham Creek moved to 3-0 … rushed for 150 yards and two touchdowns on 16 attempts in a victory over Cypress Woods … had just nine rush attempts the following week in a win over Cypress Lakes, but rushed for 154 yards and four touchdowns … also had one reception for 14 yards … defeated by Cypress Ranch the following week, but rushed 18 times for 125 yards and two touchdowns, his third straight 100-yard game … had his best game of the season in a win over Cypress Springs, rushing 32 times for 283 yards and five touchdowns … came back from injury for the beginning of the playoffs … rushed 12 times for 61 yards and score, while also adding a 62-yard TD reception in the Lobos’ 50-13 win over Houston Heights in the first round of the 6A Division II playoffs … had a rushing touchdown and totaled 92 all-purpose yards in a season-ending 29-21 loss to Cinco Ranch … named to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football preseason Super Team … was first team All-District 17-6A in 2015 … totaled 1,216 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns as a junior … earned first team All-District 17-6A in 2014 as a sophomore … totaled 1,382 rushing yards and 19 touchdowns as Langham Creek became the district’s first undefeated champion in four years at 9-0.

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