CCU at A-State
Coastal Carolina vs. Georgia State
Coastal Carolina Football vs Western Illinois
Coastal at UAB
Coastal Carolina Football vs. U Mass
2016 (Jr.): Played in eight games, missing four contests due to injury … Had a great start to the season, gaining 82 yards on 16 carries at Lamar with a 25-yard touchdown to give CCU an 18-14 lead in the 38-14 victory … Added two receptions for 33 yards … Was injured during the Charleston Southern game and missed the next four … Returned for the Bryant contest and rushed for a career-high 114 yards – his first 100-yard game – on 11 carries with two scores to be named the team’s Offensive MVP … First TD was a 45-yard rush to give CCU a 24-21 lead early in the fourth quarter … Second score, a 10-yard rush, sealed the 31-21 win late in the fourth quarter … Versus Liberty, had 49 yards on 11 attempts … Scored a 1-yard TD early in the second quarter to give CCU a 14-0 lead in the 42-7 win … Was 1-for-2 on 2-point conversions, successfully running in one versus Florida A&M … Was the team’s Strength and Conditioning Offensive Athlete of the Year.
2015 (So.): Played in all 12 games, starting in a two-back set versus The Citadel in the playoffs, and was the primary backup for All-American De'Angelo Henderson ... Ranked second on the team in rushing yards (502) and touchdowns (7) while his 6.7 yards per carry was tops on the team ... Added eight receptions for 68 yards ... Also ranked fourth (tied) on the team with five tackles on kick coverage ... Had rushing TDs in three of CCU's first four games (Furman, South Carolina State and Bryant) ... Also scored at Charleston Southern (with a two-point conversion), twice versus Gardner-Webb (with a two-point conversion) and versus The Citadel in the NCAA postseason ... Averaged 14.0 yards per carry (five attempts for 70 yards) at South Carolina State thanks to a career-long 58-yard run ... Posted a season-high 16 attempts, gaining 80 yards, in the win over Alabama A&M ... Averaged 8.5 yards on his 10 attempts, gaining a season-high 85 yards, in the win over Kennesaw State ... Earned Dean's List in the fall of 2015 ... Named to the 2014-15 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting at least a 3.0 GPA for the academic year.
2014: (RFr.): Played in all 14 games, drawing one start (versus Elon) ... Primary backup at running back, getting 300 yards on 62 attempts (4.8 avg.) with four touchdowns ... Also caught 10 passes for 72 yards ... Named Big South Freshman of the Week and Team Offensive MVP for his effort in the win at Charlotte ... Gained 62 yards on a season-high 13 carries with two scores ... Added rushing touchdowns at Florida A&M and versus Richmond.
2013 (Fr.): Redshirted ... Was named a Chant Squad MVP for the weeks prior to Charleston Southern and Montana ... Earned Dean’s List in the spring of 2014 ... Named to the 2013-14 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting at least a 3.0 GPA for the academic year and Dean’s List for the spring 2014 semester.
Prior to Coastal Carolina: Played in the South Carolina North-South All-Star Game ... Named All-Region 1-3A and All-Lakelands Conference ... Rated the fourth-best running back in the state by SCVarsity.com ... Accounted for 1,487 rushing yards on 116 carries and a Lakelands-leading 20 touchdowns ... Rushed for 222 yards and two touchdowns in the season finale to secure a playoff berth ... Named All-Region II-2A as a junior.