2019 Conerly Trophy (best football student-athlete in Mississippi)
2019 First-Team All-SEC (Associated Press)
2019 Second-Team All-SEC (Coaches)
2019 PFF National Team of the Week (Southern Miss)
2019 PFF National Team of the Week (at Arkansas)
2019 SEC Offensive Player of the Week (at Arkansas)
2019 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2018 PFF National Team of the Week (at Kansas State)
2018 SEC Offensive Player of the Week (at Kansas State)
Career Notes and Records: Shifty, powerful running back who can make defenders miss and has a gear to take it the distance … Won the starting role during 2018 fall camp and started 25 of his last 27 appearances … One of the top running backs in the SEC in yards after contact … Has fumbled just once (at Texas A&M; 10/28/17) in 481 career touches … Owns an active streak of 448 touches without a fumble … Has not lost a fumble since his sophomore year in high school … Highest running back signee for the Bulldogs since Jerious Norwood (2002) … Ranks No. 8 on the career rushing yards list (2,535), trailing LaDarius Perkins (2,554; 2010-13) for No. 7 … Ranks just outside the top 10 on State's career rushing attempts and career rushing touchdowns charts … Owns 11 career 100-yard rushing contests, which is No. 6 in MSU history.
NCAA Active Leaders: Sits No. 15 in the FBS in yards per rush (5.6) ... Is No. 16 nationally in rushing yards (2,535) ... Ranks No. 21 in all-purpose yards (3,161) ... Is No. 31 nationally in total touchdowns scored (22) ... Sits No. 43 in the FBS in rushing touchdowns (16).
Awards:*Preseason candidate for the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation's top running back ... Named to the Maxwell Award preseason watch list, which is presented annually to the most outstanding player in college football ... Tabbed preseason first-team All-SEC by the conference coaches and media.
Season: Started three games ... Broke the program record for single-game receiving yards by a running back at LSU (158) formerly held by LaDarius Perkins (140) against Ole Miss in 2010 ... Tied Eric Moulds (15; at Tennessee, 1995) for the program record in receptions in a game with 15 catches at Kentucky. at LSU (9/26): Set career highs in receptions (8) and receiving yards (158) ... His 158 yards receiving were the most ever by an MSU running back ... Caught a 75-yard touchdown pass to give MSU the lead for good ... One of three receivers that eclipsed 100 yards receiving on the day (Osirus Mitchell  and JaVonta Payton ), marking only the second time in program history a trio of Bulldogs achieved the feat ... Recorded the second-highest receiving rating on the team with a 77.9 grade, according to PFF ... Five of his catches went for a first down ... Finished with 155 yards after catch, according to PFF ... Also added seven rushes for 34 yards. Arkansas (10/3): Recorded one rush for seven yards. at Kentucky (10/10): Caught a school-record-tying 15 passes to equal Eric Moulds' school-standard effort at Tennessee on Sept. 23, 1995 ... The 15 receptions rank tied for No. 6 all-time in SEC history and were the most in the SEC since Vanderbilt's Earl Bennett had 16 versus South Carolina in 2005 ... Led the team in receiving yards (79) and all-purpose yards (96) ... Combined with State's receiving corp to haul in an MSU-record 45 completions ... Earned State's top receiving grade (78.0), according to PFF ... Rushed seven times for 17 yards ... Recorded one tackle.
2019 (Junior Season): Started all 13 games … Led the team in rushing attempts (242), rushing yards (1,350) and rushing touchdowns (10) … Owned the longest rushing play (62 yards) and longest receiving play (88) for MSU … Ranked No. 22 nationally, No. 3 in the SEC and was the only SEC running back to average better than 100 yards per game (103.8) … … Finished No. 17 in the FBS, No. 3 in the SEC and No. 2 among SEC running backs in total rushing yards (1,350) … Sat No. 47 in the NCAA and No. 7 in the SEC in yards per carry (5.58) … Ranked No. 38 nationally and No. 4 in the SEC in all-purpose yards per game (117.7) … Equaled the school record with eight 100-yard rushing games, joining Anthony Dixon (2009) and Nick Fitzgerald (2016) atop the list … Four 150-yard rushing games are the most in a single season by a Bulldog in program history … First MSU rusher to amass 100-plus yards in the ground in each of the first four games of the season … Sixth MSU rusher and fifth running back in school history with at least four straight 100-yard rushing games, joining Wayne Jones (4; 1973), Kevin Bouie (4; 1994), Dicenzo Miller (6; 2000), Anthony Dixon (5; 2009) and Nick Fitzgerald (4; 2017) … First Bulldog running back with at least 10 rushing touchdowns in a season since Josh Robinson (2014) … First Bulldog since at least 2000 with three rushing touchdowns in multiple SEC games in the same season (3 vs. Kentucky; 3 at Arkansas) … Ranks No. 5 on the MSU season list in all-purpose yards (1,530).vs. Louisiana (8/31): Carried 27 times for a game-high 197 yards and one touchdown … Scored the game's only points of the third quarter with a 5-yard touchdown run … Added a 10-yard reception to account for 207 all-purpose yards. Southern Miss (9/7): Ran for 123 yards against to snap USM's streak to 15 consecutive games without allowing a 100-yard rusher in the home opener … Added 19 yards on two receptions to compile 142 all-purpose yards … Logged five plays of 15-plus yards from scrimmage against the Golden Eagles (1 receiving, 4 rushing), highlighted by a pair of 22-yard runs. Kansas State (9/14): Totaled 111 yards on 24 carries. Kentucky (9/21): Rushed for 120 yards on 26 carries with a season-best three touchdowns … Highlight play came on a leaping score as he extended the ball inside the pylon from four yards out … First MSU running back with three or more rushing touchdowns in a game since Vick Ballard (Memphis; 2011) and first to do so in an SEC game since Ballard (Arkansas; 2010). at No. 7 Auburn (9/28): Posted 66 all-purpose yards … Rushed for 45 yards on 17 carries … Added two catches for 21 yards. at Tennessee (10/12): Limited to 13 yards rushing. No. 2 LSU (10/19): Ran for 34 yards on 15 carries … Added one reception for five yards. at Texas A&M (10/26): Piled up 150 yards rushing on 21 carries with one touchdown … Ripped off a 39-yard run to eventually set up his a 1-yard touchdown plunge in the fourth quarter … Logged 81 of his 150 yards after contact. at Arkansas (11/2): Rushed for 234 yards – the fifth-most in program history – and three touchdowns on his way to SEC Offensive Player of the Week honors … The 234 rushing yards were the most by an SEC student-athlete in an SEC game since LSU's Derrius Guice vs. Ole Miss (276; 10/21/17) … Totaled 110 yards after contact … Became the first player in school history with over 230 yards rushing and three touchdowns in the same game … Added one reception for one yard to total 235 all-purpose yards. Alabama (11/16): Became the first player in the SEC with 10 TDs and 1,000+ rushing yards on the season after a one-yard touchdown run in the first quarter … Totaled 56 all-purpose yards … Had 35 rushing yards on 16 carries and one touchdown … Gained 21 yards on three receptions. Abilene Christian (11/23): Entered MSU's single-season top-10 rushing yards list on his second carry, a 19-yard jolt … Went over 200 yards from scrimmage for the third time on the year, totaling 237 yards (153 rush, 84 receiving) … Scored on a career-long 88-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter … The 88-yard reception marked the third-longest passing play and seventh-longest play from scrimmage in school history … Catch was the longest by an SEC student-athlete on the season and tied for the longest by an FBS running back. Ole Miss (11/28): Recorded 132 yards rushing on 27 carries to become just the fifth MSU player with multiple 100-yard rushing games against Ole Miss since 1950 … One of just two Bulldogs to post 100-plus rushing outings in consecutive matchups with the Rebels (Michael Davis; 1993-94) … Added one reception for one yard. vs. Louisville (12/30): Held to just nine all-purpose yards (three rushing; six receiving).
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