Played in all 13 games ... served as the UW's No. 2 tailback all season ... only a sophomore, already ranks No. 2 on the UW career kick return yards list with 1,309 and No. 4 on the career kick returns list with 57 ... 23.0-yard career kick return average is No. 8 in Husky history ... had 10 carries for 47 yards in opener vs. Eastern Washington ... also carried the ball 10 times, for 81 yards and a touchdown, vs. Colorado ... scored a touchdown on a blocked punt for the first score of the Apple Cup win over Washington State ... one of the UW's two main kick returners, with 23 returns on the season ... also a regular special teams performer ... four carries for 44 yards vs. Washington State ... three carries for 22 yards at Oregon State ... had two carries and a 28-yard reception in the Alamo Bowl ... won the Apple Cup Big Play of the Game Award (for returning blocked punt for a TD) at the team's postseason banquet.
Played in all 13 games, starting four (Oregon State, Stanford, WSU and Holiday Bowl vs. Nebraska) as a second running back ... one of 14 true freshman to play this season, and one of eight to start at least one game ... finished the regular season with 433 rushing yards on 77 carries and 98 receiving yards on 18 catches ... top game was the win over UCLA, when he rushed for 107 yards on just 10 carries ... rushed for 9 yards and also threw two passes (completing one for 16 yards) in the Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska ... rushed for 57 yards on 10 carries vs. Nebraska (regular season) ... two carries for 40 yards in the season-opener at BYU ... eight carries for 36 yards at Arizona ... notched a season-high three receptions in four different games ... the Huskies' most oft-used kick returner ... returned 29 kicks for 671 yards ... long return of 57 yards came at California ... returned two punts after Bruns injury in the WSU game ... also made six total tackles on special teams with a high of two at USC ... served as a game captain for the Arizona State game ... named the Husky Fever 12th Man of the Year at the team's awards banquet.
Rushed for 3,010 yards and 43 touchdowns as a senior ... 3,010 yards led the state of California and were seventh-most in the nation ... rushed for 6,529 yards in three-year career at Warren ... named a first-team All-CIF Southern Section Western Division running back in 2009 ... won the San Gabriel Valley League title as a senior ... listed as a first-team all-state Division I player by maxpreps.com ... named the Los Angeles Wave Newspaper's All-East Region Player of the Year ... helped Warren to the quarterfinals of the CIF-SS Western Division playoffs as a senior ... team finished 10-2 on the season ... rushed for 447 yards and six touchdowns on 36 carries in a 2009 game vs. Whittier ... in a win over La Serna, rushed for 251 yards and four TDs on only nine carries ... also played linebacker and returned kicks and punts ... rushed for four or more touchdowns eight times during 2009 season ... led Bears to an 8-4 record, a league title and a trip to the sectional quarterfinals as a junior ... rushed for 2,466 yards and 30 touchdowns as a junior ... in 2008, rushed for 330 yards and four TDs vs. Santa Monica and for 340 yards and four scores vs. Lynwood ... led team to first league title in 16 years in 2008 ... ran for 1,053 yards as a sophomore ... named second-team all-state by calhisports.com ... listed as the No. 66 prospect in the state by the Contra Costa Times "Cream of the Crop" ... received votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram's "Best in the West" poll ... ranked the No. 66 running back in the nation and the No. 66 prospect in California by scout.com ... ranked the No. 12 "all-purpose back" in the nation by rivals.com ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... also participated in track & field ... older brother, James, played football at San Jose State ... played for coach Chris Benadom.