|High School:||The Ensworth School|
2014 (Sophomore): Saw action in season opener at Louisville, did not record any stats...Recorded career-first fumble recovery against FAMU...Recorded three tackles, including 1.0 TFL, against Arkansas State...Had five tackles against Nebraska...Added three tackles and two PBU's against Duke...Made first start of career against Georgia Tech, totaling two solo tackles...Set career high with seven tackles (six solo) against Cincinnati...Added one tackle against Virginia Tech...Tied season high with seven tackles against North Carolina, including first career sack...Had one tackle against Virginia...Credited with one solo tackle against Pittsburgh...Totaled three solo tackles, one TFL and one PBU in Duck Commander Independence Bowl against South Carolina.
2013 (True Freshman): Played in 10 games, seeing action on special teams and at defensive back ... Recorded seven tackles - six solo ... Had 164 yards on seven kick returns and one punt return for no yards ... Recorded two tackles in collegiate debut vs. FAU ... Added two tackles at Duke ... Recorded solo tackles against Savannah State, USF and Virginia ... Career-long 39-yard kick return on career-first return in loss to Virginia Tech ... Fielded six kicks for 125 yards, including 25-yard return, at Duke ... Missed last two games due to injury ... Earned letter.
High School: Rated nation's No. 8 athlete by 247Sports.com and No. 7 running back by Rivals.com ... Also listed as nation's No. 17 and No. 33 running back by ESPN and Scout.com, respectively ... 4-star athlete ranked as No. 2 running back in Tennessee by both ESPN and Rivals.com ... Known for his speed and elusiveness ... Rushed for 2,618 yards and 39 touchdowns as senior in 2012 and led Ensworth to third straight Division II-AA state title ... Finished prep football career with 6,351 rushing yards, 84 touchdowns and three consecutive state titles ... No. 2 prospect on The Tennessean Dandy Dozen ... Named Mr. Football Back of the Year in 2011 and 2012 ... Clocked with 4.42 40 time ... Two-sport star also excelled on basketball court ... Led Ensworth to two straight Division II-AA basketball championships and was named state tournament's most valuable player.
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