Before Combine: Hgt: 5090, Wgt: 195, 40YD: 4.47-4.53-4.59
Draft Scout Snapshot: 2007: Became the first player in the 138-year history of football at the university to rush for over 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons, as he led the league and set Big East and school season-records with 2,012 yards on 380 carries (5.3 avg) while setting another Scarlet Knights record with 24 touchdowns on the ground, finishing third nationally with an average of 154.77 yards per game on the ground…Saw marked improvement from Rice in the receiving department, as he caught 25 passes for 239 yards (9.6 avg) and a score…Set a school season-record with 150 points scored, ranking third in the country with a average of 11.54 points scored per game…Recorded three solo tackles…Led the Big East and ranked 15th in the major college ranks with 2,251 all-purpose yards, an average of 173.15 yards per game…Tied his own school record set in 2006 with ten 100-yard rushing performances…Turned the ball over three times on fumbles. 13 GP; 8 GS; Rush: 335-1794-5.4-20; Rec: 4-30-7.5-0; Finalist for the Maxwell Award, given to the nation's top player, All-BIG EAST First Team in '06. 12 GP; 5 GS; Rush: 195-1120-5.7-5; Rec: 8-65-8.1-0; Earned starting nod at tailback in preseason camp, and went on to be named Freshman All-American in '04.
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