Graduated second all-time at Dartmouth in rushing yards (2,638), attempts (529) and rushing touchdowns (30) ... no Big Green player had rushed for more touchdowns in the previous 85 years ... 4.99 yards per carry also seventh-best in Dartmouth history ... ended career with two of the top 10 single-season rushing marks for the Big Green.
Tri-captain was a first-team All-Ivy League and FCS All-New England running back ... recipient of the Coach Bob Blackman Award as the team MVP ... ranked second in the league and 14th nationally in rushing yards per game ... also in top 40 nationally in rushing touchdowns (23rd), all-purpose yards (31st), scoring (34th) and rushing yards (40th) ... first Dartmouth player to run for at least one touchdown in all 10 games of a season ... fifth Big Green back to run for 1,000 yards ... 13 rushing touchdowns tied for third most in school history ... crossed the goal line three times in the season opener against Butler ... posted five 100-yard games, including a season-high 167 versus Yale in the homecoming contest ... also had 230 all-purpose yards against the Bulldogs, a career best, as he was named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week ... scored twice in the win over Cornell ... caught at least four passes in four straight games, including season-high five at Penn.
Second-team All-Ivy running back ... once again earned the team’s Jake Crouthamel Award as the junior or sophomore offensive player who contributed the most to the success of the team ... one of four Ivy League running backs to average at least 90 yards a game on the ground ... tied for second in the conference with nine rushing touchdowns and tied for third with 54 points ... fumbled just once all season on his 184 touches ... burst out of the gate by rushing for a career-high 170 yards with two touchdown runs in the season-opening, 35-7 victory over Butler to earn Ivy League Player of the Week honors ... only Big Green player to reach the end zone while pounding out 85 hard-fought yards in a thrilling 13-10 triumph at Holy Cross ... had a season-long 33-yard run for a touchdown among his 95 yards on 19 carries, plus caught a pair of passes for 31 yards versus Penn ... gained 91 yards on the ground and scored on a one-yard dive before missing most of the second half in the 34-14 win at Yale ... recuperated on the sidelines the following week against Sacred Heart, then returned for little more than the first quarter at Columbia, picking up 52 yards on just seven carries ... pulled in a career-high nine receptions for 56 yards versus Harvard ... punished Cornell with 154 rushing yards and the first two touchdowns of the 44-28 win over the Big Red ... went over the century mark again the next week against Brown, amassing 136 yards and two more scores, including a season-long 33-yard sprint to the end zone.
Recipient of the team’s Jake Crouthamel Award as the sophomore or junior offensive player who contributed the most to the success of the team ... appeared in all 10 games, averaging at least four yards per carry in nine of those contests ... scored the first touchdown of the season for the Big Green barely six minutes into the opener against Colgate on a nine-yard burst ... finished the day with 15 carries for 65 yards, plus caught a 10-yard pass ... broke through for a 15-yard scoring scamper in the third quarter at Sacred Heart, tying the game at 21 ... took the handoff just four times versus Penn, but amassed 41 yards ... ran for a season-high 67 yards on 15 carries, including a season-long 21-yard jaunt, in the 37-0 shutout of Columbia ... scored the lone Big Green touchdown at Harvard on a two-yard plunge, finished the night with 49 yards on 10 carries ... had another 21-yard run, this time for a touchdown, during the 33-24 win over Cornell ... one of his biggest rushes of the year came at Brown when he powered for eight yards on 3rd-and-6 during the game-winning drive early in the fourth quarter of the 21-16 triumph.
Earned the team’s Earl Hamilton Freshman Award as the freshman who has made the most outstanding contribution to the team ... appeared in all 10 games, averaging at least four yards per carry in seven of the eight that he carried the ball ... began career with nine rushes for 49 yards against Bucknell ... got the starting nod the following week due to an injury to Nick Schwieger, and made the most of it with 110 yards on 25 carries with two touchdowns in a 21-19 Big Green victory ... was named the Ivy League co-Rookie of the Week for that performance ... picked up two first downs during the game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter at Columbia, one of which came on fourth down ... had a five-yard TD run against Harvard ... scored on an 11-yard run in the fourth quarter at Cornell to help secure the 28-10 triumph ... lone run against Brown was a 40-yarder to set up a Big Green touchdown.
Ran 133 times for 1,086 yards and 14 touchdowns as a senior ... averaged 108.6 yards per game and 8.2 yards per carry ...best statistical game was 21 carries for 253 yards and four touchdowns in a 47-46 win ... caught four passes for 71 yards and two more TDs in that game ... finished year with 36 catches for 580 yards and four touchdowns ... first-team Class 1A all-state and all-county pick ... honorable-mention all-county as a junior when he carried 143 times for 846 yards and eight touchdowns ... long run was 90 yards ... two-year football captain and four-year wrestling captain ... all-county first team grappler as a senior ... won 110 meter hurdles district championship as a track captain at Calvary ... won district and regional championships in wrestling as a senior ... National Honor Society and National Society of High School Scholars.
Sociology major ... son of Marie Jones ... has one brother and one sister ... born on Aug. 16, 1992 ... volunteered with the Calvary Chapel Ft. Lauderdale Children's Ministry.
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