Marcus Lattimore

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School: South Carolina Jersey #: 21
Position: RB Position Rank: 7
Height: 5'11 Weight: 221
Arm Length: 32 1/2 Hand Size: 9 7/8
Projected Round: 3-4 Grade: 5.85

MARCUS LATTIMORE

Tailback

University of South Carolina Gamecocks

#21

5:11.6-232

Duncan, South Carolina

James F. Byrnes High School

 

OVERVIEW

If there is known fact where Lattimore is concerned, it is to never doubt what he is capable of doing on the football field. A true workhorse throughout his gridiron career, he is often compared to Denver Broncos tailback Willis McGahee, as both are built along the lines of a fullback, yet have the quick, nimble feet and second gear to “take the ball to the house” once they hit the cutback lanes and escape second level defenders.

 

Lattimore is a very patient runner who rarely out-races his blockers. He is physical attacking the inside holes and shows very good ball security, especially when trying to sift through trash and move the pile. He has that natural feel for holes developing and is quick to locate the cutback lanes, evident by his school career-record 38 touchdown runs and 41 total scores in just 29 contests, both South Carolina all-time records.

 

Lattimore also is a savvy ball carrier, known for his ability to force defenses to commit too early, thanks to an array of moves, hip shake and head fakes. Those opponents that “give him a side” or attempt to arm tackle the runner are soon left grasping at air. He just has that uncanny knack for making his defenders miss in space. Opponents are very surprised that a player of his size is as nimble as he displays, along with the quick cuts he makes in the holes while maintaining in transition.

 

While he rewrote school records for his ability to reach the end zone on a regular basis, Lattimore also placed sixth on the South Carolina all-time record charts with 2,677 yards rushing. His 555 carries placed fourth on the Gamecocks’ all-time chart and his 246 points scored are third in school annals. Each of his seasonal touchdown numbers rank on the team’s Top Ten lists.

 

Even during his playing days at James F. Bynes High School, the unanimous five-star prospect was recognized as the elite player at his position. Scout.com rated him as the nation’s best running back, as did Rivals.com, as that recruiting service also ranked him as the state of South Carolina’s finest high school football player and tenth-best athlete in the nation.

 

Lattimore would become the most decorated prospect in South Carolina high school history, after he rushed for 6,375 yards and scored 104 touchdowns during his career at Byrnes. He was named to Parade Magazine’s 47th annual All-American High School Foot-ball Team, selected South Carolina’s Mr. Football, was a two-time Associated Press All-State honoree and the state’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior.

 

The running back also earned offensive MVP honors in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas and played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, where he was a finalist for the U.S. Army Player of the Year Award. As a sophomore, he carried 284 times for 1,836 yards, followed by a junior season where he rushed for 2,314 yards on 305 carries with 30 touchdowns, helping the Rebels capture the state championship after compiling a 14-1 record.

 

Considered the nation’s top running back prospect by Super Prep and listed third on Prep Star’s Top 150 Dream Team, Lattimore received All-American honors from EA Sports and MaxPreps.com as a senior. He was named the ESPN RISE Junior National Football Player of the Year and earned a spot on the Orlando Sentinel’s All-Southern team after he had 260 carries for 1,898 yards and 31 touchdowns during his final campaign. He also caught 48 passes for 675 yards and helped the Rebels reach the AAAA Division I title  game in 2009, after leading his team to the state title in both 2007 and 2008.

 

Lattimore has also proven to be a very capable receiver during his South Carolina playing days. Whether on screens or short flares, he has gotten to 74 passes, ranking third on the team in each of his three seasons as a Gamecock. He has the long arms and vision to look the ball in and reach for it outside his frame. He is much more than just a “safety valve” pass catcher, though, as he runs crisp routes, is quick to locate the soft areas on the field and excels at attaining space awareness.

 

The tailback works back with good urgency when the pocket is pressured and is also considered to be one of the best pass protectors in the backfield in the 2013 NFL draft class. That is the result of his nimble feet and kick slide, as he is quick to sink his hips, set and establish position and fight hard to sustain.

 

All of those traits are similar to those of McGahee. Unfortunately, the Gamecocks tailback is also compared to McGahee for his visits to the training room, as he never had an injury-free season for SC. As a freshman, after posting the third-highest rushing performance in school history, totaling 1,197 yards on the ground and a season-record seventeen touch-downs, he suffered a concussion on his first carry vs. Florida State, missing the rest of the 2010 Chick-fil-A Bowl. He finished third in the Southeastern Conference with an average of 92.08 yards rushing per game, carrying 249 times.

 

Back for his sophomore campaign, Lattimore was averaging 116.86 yards per game rushing through the Gamecocks’ first seven contests (163 carries for 818 yards), finding the end zone ten times on the ground and once more on a reception. But in the fourth quarter of the eighth game, vs. Mississippi State, the tailback was blocking for fellow running back, Bruce Ellington. A MSU defender dove after Ellington, missed and rolled into Lattimore’s knee in what was called a “flukish-type” injury.

 

One day after the game, head coach Steve Spurrier announced that Lattimore would miss the remainder of the season after tearing a ligament and damaging cartilage in his left knee. “Our worst fears were realized,” Spurrier said. The ball carrier’s knee was placed in a cast for three weeks before surgery was performed.

 

“We do have one of the best orthopedic surgeons in the country in Dr. Jeff Guy and we feel that next year that Marcus will come back as strong, or stronger, than ever,” Spurrier said. “It was that severe a knee that surgery was required. There was no chance he could play this year.”

 

“Like I told him, time heals a lot of wounds, the head coach noted. “Give it time and get yourself ready to come back stronger next season. Marcus, he’s always had a wonderful attitude and I’m sure he’ll approach this as positively as he possibly can.” Almost immediately after leaving the hospital after surgery, Lattimore began to work hard throughout the rehabilitation process, vowing to return healthy in 2012.

 

Lattimore’s recovery went much better than expected, and he was back at full health by the time the 2012 season opener arrived. While he lacked some of the explosion he showed in the past, he did score eleven times through the team’s first nine games, but his rushing production slipped from 116.86 yards per game in 2011 to 73.56 yards as a junior.

 

In the Gamecocks’ ninth game, vs. Tennessee, Lattimore’s season again came to an end after he suffered a devastating right knee injury that saw the ball carrier incur extensive damage to the anterior cruciate and lateral collateral ligaments. He again underwent surgery, bringing what would be his final college season to an end, limping off the field having gained 662 yards on 143 carries (4.63 ypc), in addition to catching 26 passes for 173 yards.

 

On December 12th, 2012, three weeks before South Carolina was to face Michigan in the Outback Bowl, and four days after he received All-Southeastern Conference honorable mention from the league’s coaches, Lattimore announced that he was leaving South Carolina and entering his name into the 2013 NFL Draft pool. “This has easily been the best three years of my life” the running back said. But he’d go on to say “after lots of praying and discussion with my family, I decided this was the best decision for me.”

 

Some of the coaches on Steve Spurrier’s staff did not agree with Lattimore’s decision to go pro, especially coming off back-to-back seasons ended by knee injuries, but, making the jump now allows him to receive medical treatment from NFL teams and also a contract to get paid while he rehabilitates. There was the concern that if he returned to school and suffered another injury, that his career could be over without a chance of ever realizing his dream to play in the National Football League.

 

Few thought Willis McGahee would be a first round pick after he suffered a devastating knee injury in the National Championship Game in 2003, but after a remarkable recovery, he was drafted 23rd overall by the Buffalo Bills a few months later. It’s unlikely Lattimore will be drafted as high, but his draft projection won’t become clear until closer to the draft when he hopes to jog and make some football moves for NFL teams.

 

Dr. Jeff Guy, who performed the procedure, said Lattimore tore three of the four ligaments in his knee including the anterior cruciate ligament, which had to be completely restructured. But luckily there are no cartilage problems and the surgeon said Lattimore is right on course for where he needs to be and shouldn’t need additional surgeries. Head coach Steve Spurrier said he supports Lattimore’s decision to enter the draft “100%” going on to say “at some point when you can play this game the way Marcus can, you need to be financially rewarded.”

 

Lattimore would spend the next few months undergoing another grueling rehabilitation process. Ever since the South Carolina product announced he was leaving the college game behind to enter the NFL draft, the news from his camp has been a never-ending stream of positivity, with the latest being an optimistic proclamation concerning his appearance at the NFL Scouting Combine.

 

Just prior to reporting to Indianapolis, Lattimore spoke on South Carolina’s weekly “Inside the Roost” radio show and said NFL doctors will be shocked, I can tell you that,” about the health of his surgically repaired knee. The junior had Dr. James Andrews accompany him to Indianapolis to answer any questions to NFL teams, which probably says a lot about the player’s personality and character that the famous doctor would do so.

 

CAREER NOTES

Lattimore started 28-of-29 games during his South Carolina career, as his only reserve action came vs. Florida in 2012…Ranks fourth in school history with 555 carries, placing sixth on the Gamecocks’ all-time list with 2,677 rushing yards (4.82 ypc), as he set school all-time records with 38 touchdowns on the ground and 41 total scores…Caught 74 balls for 767 yards (10.36 ypc) and three touchdowns, finishing third in school history with 246 points scored…Touched the ball 629 times for 3,444 all-purpose yards, an average of 118.76 yards per game…The only Gamecocks with more rushing attempts are George Rogers (954; 1977-80) Harold Green (702; 1986-89) and Brandon Bennett (681; 1991-94)…

His 2,677 yards on the ground rank behind Rogers (5,204), Bennett (3,055), Green (3,005), Steve Wadiak (2,878; 1948-51) and Thomas Dendey (2,767; 1982-85)…Topped the old school all-time record of 31 touchdown runs by George Rogers and Harold Green…His 41 total touchdowns also bettered Rogers’ and Green’s former record of 33 scores each…

Ran for over 100 yards in eleven contests, ranking behind Rogers’ total of 27 on the South Carolina career-record list…Lattimore is one of only five Gamecocks to score at least 200 points in a career, as his 246 rank third on the all-time chart behind Collin Mackie (330; 1987-90) and Ryan Succop (251; 2005-08). The other 200-point scorers are George Rogers (202) and Reed Morton (201; 1993-96)…His 3,444 all-purpose yards are good for eighth in school annals.

 

2012 SEASON

An All-American Super Sleeper Team selection by The NFL Draft Report (team that consists of the most underrated draft prospect at each position), Lattimore was a member of the preseason watch lists for the Walter Camp Award, Maxwell Award and Doak Walker Award…Named All-Southeastern Conference honorable mention by the league’s coaches and the Associated Press, the tailback started eight of the nine games he appeared in (came off the bench vs. Florida) before suffering a season-ending right knee injury vs. Tennessee that ended his season and collegiate career after undergoing reconstructive surgery to repair cartilage damage and three ligament tears…Still managed to lead the team with a career-low 662 yards on 143 carries (4.63 ypc), as his eleven touchdown runs tied Derek Watson (2000) for sixth on the school season-record chart…Ranked third on the squad with 26 receptions for 173 yards (6.65 ypc), as he scored 66 points…Generated 835 all-purpose yards, an average of 92.78 yards per game…Gained over 100 yards on the ground in each of the Vanderbilt, Kentucky and Georgia contests…Earned SEC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the fourth time in his career after rushing for 110 yards and two touchdowns on 23 carries in the season-opening win at Vanderbilt…Tied the school record for career touchdowns with his 33rd when he went in from six yards out vs. East Carolina, finishing with 40 yards on thirteen tries…Carried 12 times for 85 yards and a touchdown vs. Alabama-Birmingham, as the scoring run was the 34th of his career, establishing a school record…Became the school’s all-time leader in total touchdowns when he had a pair of short scoring bursts vs. Missouri while carrying 21 times for 85 yards and catching a career-high seven passes for 60 yards…Rushed 23 times for 120 yards and two touchdowns in the win at Kentucky, as 108 of his yards came in the second half…Logged 109 rushing yards and a touchdown on 24 chances vs. Georgia, marking the  third time he had a 100-yard rushing game vs. the Bulldogs…Scored the 40th touchdown of his career at Louisiana State…Did not make the start at Florida because of a bruised hip that kept him out of practice leading up to the contest. It was the first game of his career that he played in and did not start…Suffered a severe right knee injury in the win over Tennessee which ended his season prematurely for the second year in a row. Prior to the injury had rushed eleven times for 65 yards, including a 28-yard scoring burst, his 41st career touchdown and 38th career rushing touchdown…Underwent knee surgery on November 2nd.

 

2011 SEASON

Named second-team All-SEC by the Associated Press, the league’s coaches, Rivals.com and Phil Steele, and was a member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll…Lattimore was a valid Heisman Trophy candidate before his season ended prematurely when he suffered a left knee injury in the win at Mississippi State…Finished his second campaign with 818 yards on 163 carries, an average of 5.02 yards per carry…Had ten rushing touchdowns, which rank eighth on the school season-record chart…In seven games, he also caught 19 passes for 182 yards (9.58 ypc) and a score…Ranked among the SEC and national leaders in rushing at 116.86 yards per game, scoring at 9.43 points per game, and in all-purpose yards per game at 14286, but did not play in enough games to qualify for the national rankings…Produced four 100-yard rushing games, vs. East Carolina, Georgia, Navy and Kentucky…Rushed for 112 yards on 23 carries and added three touchdowns as the Game-cocks battled back to win 56-37 over East Carolina in the season opener…His 246-yard performance vs. Navy set a career-high and was the fourth-highest single game total in school history, rushing 37 times with three touchdowns while also snaring four passes for 25 yards…Had a 52-yard touchdown reception right before the half that was a key play in the win over Vanderbilt, along with rushing for 77 yards and a score on 20 tries…Picked up 102 yards on 22 carries vs. Kentucky and rushed 17 times for 39 yards and a score before he suffered a left knee anterior cruciate ligament tear vs. Mississippi State. He underwent surgery and it was announced that Lattimore would miss the remainder of the 2011 season due to the injury.

 

2010 SEASON

Lattimore was named the NCAA Freshman of the Year, headlining the All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News…Added first-team All-American honors from College Football News and second-team accolades from The NFL Draft Report and Walter Camp…Unanimous choice for SEC Freshman of the Year honors and was a first-team All-SEC choice by both the league’s coaches and the Associated Press…Was named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week twice after performances vs. Georgia and Florida…Added league Freshman of the Week recognition on four occasions: honored after the Georgia, Tennessee, Florida and Troy games…Led the Gamecocks with 1,197 yards and seventeen touchdowns on 249 carries (4.81 ypc), not only becoming the school’s freshman record-holder in rushing yardage, passing Thomas Dendy’s 28-year-old record of 848 yards, but he also notched the third-best season rushing total in Carolina history, behind only George Rogers’ 1,681 yards in 1979 and 1,894 yards in his Heisman Trophy-winning 1980 season…His seventeen touchdowns on the ground topped the previous Gamecocks season-record of fifteen by

Harold Green in 1987 and his nineteen total touchdowns also surpassed Green’s old 1987 record of fifteen…Caught 29 passes for 412 yards (14.21 ypc) and two scores, finishing with 114 points, which surpassed the previous Carolina annual record of 113 points by placekicker Collin Mackie in 1987…Fell one score shy of the SEC record for touchdowns by a freshman, set by Tennessee’s Reggie Cobb in 1990 (20)…Finished third in the SEC in rushing yards (92.08) and all-purpose yards (123.77) per game…Was fifth in the league in scoring and third among non-kickers…Started all thirteen games in which he appeared in, sitting out the Vanderbilt clash with an ankle sprain…Made his career debut with a 14-carry, 54-yard, two-touchdown effort vs. Southern Mississippi…Had a breakout game with a 37-carry, 182-yard, two-touchdown effort vs. Georgia in his second career game. The 182-yard effort was the most for a Carolina back since 2000…Rushed 19 times for 97 yards with a long of 28 yards and one touchdown in the win over Furman…Carried 23 times for 93 yards and two scores and caught two passes for 16 yards and another score in the win over top-ranked Alabama…Accounted for 204 yards of offense in the first half at Kentucky, carrying 13 times for 71 yards and catching four passes for 133 yards but suffered a sprained left ankle early in the third quarter and sat out the remainder of the game after logging two carries for eight yards in the second half. Lattimore had tied his career high with three touchdowns in the game, scoring on a 30-yard run, a 10-yard run and a 47-yard pass reception…Sat out the Vanderbilt clash while nursing the ankle injury…Returned with 29 carries for 184 yards vs. Tennessee and scored a touchdown for the seventh straight game…Rewrote the Carolina record books with a school-record 40 carries for 212 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-14 win over Florida that clinched Carolina’s first SEC Eastern Division title. Combined with 31 yards on two catches, he outgained and out-scored the Gators by himself (Lattimore: 243 yards, 18 points; Florida: 226 yards, 14 points). He also became the first Gamecock to have three games with 180+ rushing yards in the same season…Ran for three touchdowns on just seven carries vs. Troy and racked up 102 rushing yards, including a 58-yard run, but did not play in the second half…Had 84 yards on 16 carries in SEC Championship Game vs. Auburn…Was injured early in the Chick-fil-A Bowl vs. Florida State, as Lattimore had one carry that went for a one yard loss and caught three passes for 48 yards, before leaving in the first quarter when he suffered a concussion on a reception in which he lost a fumble in a 26-17 loss.

 

 

 

 

 

INJURY REPORT

2010 Season…Left the Chick-fil-A Bowl (12/31) after he suffered a concussion and fumbled the ball while making a reception vs. Florida State.

2011 Season…Suffered a left knee anterior cruciate ligament tear vs. Mississippi State (10/15), undergoing reconstructive surgery and missing the team’s final six contests…Was held out of 2012 spring drills while continuing his rehabilitation. “The main thing is getting stronger,” Lattimore said. “I feel like I’m almost there.” Lattimore used the time away from team workouts and practices to break down everything he did as a football player. “I’ll never take my legs for granted again,” he said. South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier and first-year running backs coach Everette Sands raved about the ball player’s hard work throughout the summer. Lattimore was often seen working on high knee steps or doing sprints on the sidelines while his teammates worked out on the field. “It’s going to be nice when we get him back out there,” said Sands, a former standout tailback for the Citadel.

2012 Season…Lattimore was again lost for the season when he suffered three ligament tears in his right knee vs. Tennessee (10/27). He was carted off the field while both teams joined together, giving him their best wishes. CBS Sports reported that the running back suffered injuries similar to those by Willis McGahee in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl (torn anterior cruciate ligament, posterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament) and would undergo reconstructive surgery on November 2nd. Head coach Steve Spurrier also stated that Lattimore had dislocated his right knee. The tailback was running through the left side when he was struck around the knees by Volunteers defensive back Eric Gordon, as his right leg whipped around and slammed against the turf. South Carolina trainers immediately rushed to his side, keeping Lattimore flat on his back as the junior attempted to sit up and see the injury. “I just tried to tell him to stay mentally strong,” said receiver Ace Sanders, whose eyes teared up when discussing Lattimore. “I saw the look in in his eyes when he was on the ground and he was really heartbroken.” Tennessee coach Derek Dooley said his players rallying to Lattimore’s side was indication of the enormous respect players have for South Carolina’s star. “Nobody wants to see that happen,” he said.

 

AGILITY TESTS (prior to 2012 knee injury)

4.56 in the 40-yard dash…1.57 10-yard dash…2.55 20-yard dash…4.13 20-yard shuttle…

11.59 60-yard shuttle…6.85 three-cone drill…32-inch vertical jump…9’8” broad jump… Bench pressed 225 pounds 24 times…400-pound bench press…31-inch arm length…9 ½-inch hands…75-inch wingspan.

 

HIGH SCHOOL

Lattimore attended James F. Bynes (Duncan, S.C.) High School, playing football for head coach Chris Miller…The five-star prospect was rated the nation’s best running back by Scout.com and Rivals.com…Rivals also ranked him as the state of South Carolina’s finest high school football player and tenth-best athlete in the nation…Went on to become the most decorated prospect in South Carolina high school history, after he rushed for 6,375 yards and scored 104 touchdowns during his career…Named to Parade Magazine’s 47th annual All-American High School Football Team, selected South Carolina’s Mr. Football, was a two-time Associated Press All-State honoree and the state’s Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior…Also earned offensive MVP honors in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas and played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, where he was a finalist for the U.S. Army Player of the Year Award…As a sophomore, he carried 284 times for 1,836 yards, followed by a junior season where he rushed for 2,314 yards on 305 carries with 30 touchdowns, helping the Rebels capture the state championship after compiling a 14-1 record…Was considered the nation’s top running back prospect by Super Prep and listed third on Prep Star’s Top 150 Dream Team…All-American choice by EA Sports and MaxPreps.com as a senior…Named the ESPN RISE Junior National Football Player of the Year and earned a spot on the Orlando Sentinel’s All-Southern team after he had 260 carries for 1,898 yards and 31 touchdowns during his final campaign…Also caught 48 passes for 675 yards and helped the Rebels reach the AAAA Division I title  game in 2009, after leading his team to the state title in both 2007 and 2008.

 

PERSONAL

Public Health major…Regarded as an excellent bowler…Spends time in the community speaking to church and youth groups…Born 10/29/91 in Duncan, South Carolina.

 

PLAYER STATISTICS

RUSHING STATISTICS
STATS GP GS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG GM/AVG
2010 13 13 249    1197  4.81  17    58    092.08
2011 07 07 163    0818  5.02  10    36    116.86
2012 09 08 143    0662  4.63  11    43    073.56
TOTAL 29 28 555    2677  4.82  38    58    092.31

 

RECEIVING STATISTICS
STATS NO YARDS AVG TD LONG
2010  29     412 14.21  02    53
2011  19     182 09.58  01    52
2012  26     173 06.65  00    24
TOTAL  77     767 10.36  03    53

 

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE
STATS GM PLAYS CATCH RUSH K/RET P/RET YARDS TDR P/AVG GM/AVG
2010 13     278     412   1197     000     000    1609   19  5.79    123.77
2011 07     182     182   0818     000     000    1000   11  5.49    142.86
2012 09     169     173   0662     000     000    0835   11  4.94    092.78
TOTAL 29     629     767   2677     000     000    3444   41  5.48    118.76

 

LATTIMORE GAME BY GAME LOG

2012 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Vanderbilt 08/30/12 at Vanderbilt 17-13

Yes

23

114

4

110

2

3

21

0

2

12

East Carolina 09/08/12 East Carolina 48-10

Yes

13

40

0

40

1

2

8

0

1

6

UAB 09/15/12 UAB 49-6

Yes

12

85

0

85

1

1

4

0

1

6

Missouri 09/22/12 Missouri 31-10

Yes

21

87

2

85

2

7

60

0

2

12

Kentucky 09/29/12 at Kentucky 38-17

Yes

23

120

0

120

2

3

16

0

2

12

Georgia 10/06/12 Georgia 35-7

Yes

24

110

1

109

1

2

24

0

1

6

LSU 10/13/12 at LSU 21-23

Yes

13

37

2

35

1

4

23

0

1

6

Florida 10/20/12 at Florida 11-44

Yes

3

13

0

13

0

2

9

0

0

0

Tennessee 10/27/12 Tennessee 38-35

Yes

11

67

2

65

1

2

8

0

1

6

Arkansas 11/10/12 Arkansas 38-20

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Wofford 11/17/12 Wofford 24-7

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Clemson 11/24/12 at Clemson 27-17

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Michigan 01/01/13 Michigan 33-28

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

143

673

11

662

11

26

173

0

11

66

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Pts

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

East Carolina 09/03/11 East Carolina 56-37

Yes

23

112

0

112

3

3

33

0

3

18

Georgia 09/10/11 at Georgia 45-42

Yes

27

178

2

176

1

2

8

0

1

6

Navy 09/17/11 Navy 24-21

Yes

37

247

1

246

3

4

25

0

3

18

Vanderbilt 09/24/11 Vanderbilt 21-3

Yes

20

85

8

77

1

3

73

1

2

12

Auburn 10/01/11 Auburn 13-16

Yes

17

69

3

66

1

0

0

0

1

6

Kentucky 10/08/11 Kentucky 54-3

Yes

22

104

2

102

0

4

14

0

0

0

Mississippi St. 10/15/11 at Mississippi St. 14-12

Yes

17

40

1

39

1

3

29

0

1

6

Tennessee 10/29/11 at Tennessee 14-3

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Arkansas 11/05/11 at Arkansas 28-44

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Florida 11/12/11 Florida 17-12

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Citadel 11/19/11 Citadel 41-20

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Clemson 11/26/11 Clemson 34-13

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Nebraska 01/02/12 Nebraska 30-13

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

163

835

17

818

10

19

182

1

11

66

 

2010 Season

Date

Opponent

Score

Played

Rushing

Receiving

Pts

Tackles

No

Gain

Loss

Net

TDs

No

Yds

TD

TTL
TDs

Ast

Solo

Asst
Loss

Solo
Loss

Loss
Yds

Southern Miss. 09/02/10 USM 41-13

Yes

14

54

0

54

2

2

21

0

2

12

0

0

0

0

0

Georgia 09/11/10 Georgia 17-6

Yes

37

187

5

182

2

1

16

0

2

12

0

0

0

0

0

Furman 09/18/10 Furman 38-19

Yes

19

99

2

97

1

0

0

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Auburn 09/25/10 at Auburn 27-35

Yes

14

38

5

33

1

3

28

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Alabama 10/09/10 Alabama 35-21

Yes

23

95

2

93

2

2

16

1

3

18

0

0

0

0

0

Kentucky 10/16/10 at Kentucky 28-31

Yes

15

81

2

79

2

4

133

1

3

18

0

0

0

0

0

Vanderbilt 10/23/10 at Vanderbilt 21-7

No

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Tennessee 10/30/10 Tennessee 38-24

Yes

29

187

3

184

1

2

26

0

1

6

0

0

0

0

0

Arkansas 11/06/10 Arkansas 20-41

Yes

11

31

1

30

0

1

10

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

Florida 11/13/10 at Florida 36-14

Yes

40

215

3

212

3

2

31

0

3

18

0

0

0

0

0

Troy 11/20/10 Troy 69-24

Yes

7

102

0

102

3

1

6

0

3

18

0

0

0

0

0

Clemson 11/27/10 at Clemson 29-7

Yes

23

56

8

48

0

5

41

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Auburn 12/04/10 Auburn 17-56

Yes

16

85

1

84

0

3

36

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Florida St. 12/31/10 Florida St. 17-26

Yes

1

0

1

-1

0

3

48

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Season Totals

249

1230

33

1197

17

29

412

2

19

114

0

1

0

0

0

 

Data provided by Dave-Te Thomas, Publisher of The NFL Draft Reports for TonySoftli.com; Tony Softli Draft Board