OUTDOOR: Ran a lifetime-best 10.73 to place 18th in the 100 meters at the SEC Championships ... ran a lifetime-best 21.71 in the 200 at the LSU Invitational ... ran 10.79 and 22.22 at the Alabama-Mississippi Border Clash ... helped the 4x200 relay team clock a 1:26.24 at the Texas Relays.
INDOOR: Placed 22nd in the 60 meters at the SEC Championships (6.99) ... ran a personal-best 6.90 (converted from 6.92 for altitude) to place fifth in “Section C” of the 60 at the Don Kirby Elite ... season-best 22.95 in the 200 at the Don Kirby Elite.
OUTDOOR: Competed in two meets for the Rebels ... ran the first leg of the Rebels' 4x100 relay team that won a meet title at the Mississippi Open and ran the sixth-fastest time in school history at 39.90 ... season-best 100 meter time of 10.89 at the MSU Conference Challenge.
INDOOR: Competed in six meets for the Rebels ... ran the 60 meters and distance medley relay at the SEC Championships ... season-best times of 6.96 in the 60 (SEC Championships), 6.61 in the 55 (ASU Invitational) and 22.80 in the 200 (Don Kirby Open).
2014 FOOTBALL: Played in eight games as a backup wide receiver ... caught eight passes for 35 yards in those eight contests ... SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2013 FOOTBALL: Played in 12 games with one start, seeing action at cornerback and on special teams ... Made four tackles on the year ... at Vanderbilt (8/29/13): Earned his first career start at corner and made three tackles (two solo) ... at #1 Alabama (9/28/13): Assisted on a tackle.
2012 FOOTBALL: Played in every game as a defensive back and on special teams ... Season total of 14 tackles ... vs. Central Arkansas (9/1): Made his college debut and posted one tackle ... vs. UTEP (9/8): Posted one tackle ... vs. #12 Texas (9/15): Made three tackles ... at Tulane (9/22): Posted two solo stops ... at #1 Alabama (9/29): Made a solo tackle ... at Arkansas (10/27): Posted four stops (one solo) ... at #6 Georgia (11/3): Had one solo tackle ... vs. Vanderbilt (11/10): Had one solo tackle.
BEFORE OLE MISS: Rated the No. 90 running back in the nation by ESPN.com ... Played quarterback his senior year after rushing for 1,235 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior, averaging better than eight yards per carry ... Also played defensive back as a sophomore ... Earned second team Class 2A All-State honors from the Mississippi Association of Coaches as a junior ... Participated in the Bernard Blackwell All-Star Game as a senior ... Coached in high school by Phil Oakley ... TRACK: Claimed third place in the 100 meters (11.01) and 200 meters (22.62) at the 2011 Mississippi 4A state championships ... Achieved personal bests of 10.98 in the 100 and 22.50 in the 200.
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