Josh Allen

RB · Maryland
A hard-nosed, fifth-year running back who missed all of 2005 rehabilitating a knee injury suffered at the end of 2004 ... was a significant contributor in each of his first three years, but was deemed recovered entering 2006 and saw action in all 13 games that year... played in 45 games during his career, including 17 starts, all at running back ... a good north-south runner with breakaway speed ... a 2006 Brian Piccolo Award nominee for his comeback after his career-threatening knee injury ... catches the ball well out of the backfield ... ranks ninth in school history on the career rushing yards chart (1,958) ... also ranks tied for sixth on the Terps' career rushing touchdowns list (21) and sixth on the total touchdowns chart with 25 (four receiving) ... averaged 4.6 yards per carry for his career ... had five career 100-yard rushing games which ranks tied for eighth in school history ... a 2004 Iron Terp who posted a 355-pound bench, 565-pound squat and 4.49 time in the 40-yard dash ... did not test in 2005 due to injury.

A three-year letterwinner and 2002 graduate of Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, Md.

highly rated running back who was named a SuperPrep All-American following his senior season

rated 34th among the nation's running backs by SuperPrep

one of the state of Maryland's top high school prospects

totaled 2,999 rushing yards his junior and senior seasons

a consensus all-state selection who was named second team All-Met by The Washington Post in 2001

named first team all-league and first team all-county

a powerful back with outstanding speed, he rushed for 1,771 yards and 21 touchdowns on just 129 carries (13.7 average) as a senior despite missing three games with a bruised knee

caught nine passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns

helped Roosevelt to a 12-1 record, a state Class 4A runner-up finish and a final Associated Press state ranking of No. 7.As a junior in 2000, he rushed for 1,228 yards and 14 touchdowns in a wing-T offensive attack

had three TD catches among his six receptions

named second team all-state and second team all-county

an outstanding track athlete who was the 2001 state Class 4A champion in the 100 meters (10.8) and the Prince George's County champion in the triple jump and long jump as a junior

ran on the winning 4x200 relay team at the Nike New Balance Games in January of 2002, posting a time of 1:28.62 (the 10th-fastest high school indoor mark ever, according to Track & Field News)

also recruited by Northwestern, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh and Georgia

high school coach was Rick Houchens.

Joshua Allen is the son of Leonard Allen

majoring in kinesiology

relocated to the Maryland area from Tampa, Fla., after his sophomore year of high school when his father was transferred for job-related reasons

high school teammate of fellow Maryland signee Chris Choice. BACK TO TOP PROFILE GAME ANALYSIS PLAYER NEWS PLAYER STATISTICS Expanded & Classic Player Profiles Are OFFICIAL NFL RECORDS by Scout Dave Te' Thomas, NFLScouting, © Copyright - The Sports Xchange , My Sports Daily . All Rights Reserved Home | Contact Us | About Us | Privacy Policy

Physical Attributes:

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Height: 5-11
Weight: 220.0
Forty: 4.57
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Pro Day Results:

Cone: 7.26
Bench: 27.0
Shuttle: 4.35
10: 1.56
20: 2.59
40: 4.57
BJ: 9'9"
VJ: 36.0

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