Rated as No. 3 junior college running back and No. 51 overall junior college prospect by 247Sports Composite…second-team NJCAA All-American in 2019 after totaling 1,091 all-purpose yards…led MACJC with 940 rushing yards, averaging 6.03 yards per carry, and scored 10 touchdowns…also made 12 receptions for 151 yards and two touchdowns…average of 104.4 rushing yards per game ranked third nationally…led Beauregard to 5A state championship as a junior by totaling nearly 4,000 all-purpose yards…was first underclassman to win Mr. Football after rushing for 3,242 yards and 47 touchdowns, averaging 231.1 yards per game…rushing touchdowns total broke AHSAA record and rushing yards total was second-highest in state history…also caught 13 passes for 254 yards and three touchdowns, returned nine kickoffs for 372 yards and two touchdowns and returned one interception for a touchdown…selected Seminoles over Ole Miss and Oklahoma State.
Three-star prospect in 247Sports Composite…rated as No. 46 prospect in Tennessee by 247Sports Composite…only played one season of high school football…helped lead Haywood to 13 wins and semifinal round of 4A state playoffs…was standout basketball player for Tomcats, averaging double-double on the court…named to Class AA all-state team as a junior…helped Haywood reach semifinal round of state tournament his freshman year…high school teammate of fellow signee Darion Williamson…selected Florida State over Michigan State.
Three-star athlete rated No. 48 nationally and Tennessee’s 24th-best prospect by 247Sports Composite…ranked 15th in Tennessee by 247Sports and as No. 34 prospect in Tennessee by Rivals…made 19 receptions for 277 yards and one touchdown as a senior…missed back half of season after injury…helped Haywood start 6-1 before being injured…played on both sides of the ball as a junior, helping lead Tomcats to state championship game and 10-5 final record…caught 10 passes for 150 yards as part of offense that averaged 34.7 points per game and added 70 tackles, four interceptions and two fumble recoveries on defense…high school teammates of fellow signee Markeston Douglas…chose Seminoles over Tennessee and Arkansas.
Three-star rated as No. 3 overall prospect in Arkansas by Rivals…ranked as 247Sports Composite’s No. 5 overall prospect in Arkansas…ranked 36th nationally among offensive tackles by 247…named to Arkansas Sports Media Super Team his senior season after helping lead Conway to quarterfinal round of 7A state playoffs…in 2018 blocked for offense that averaged 34.8 points and 236.1 rushing yards per game while earning 10 wins and advancing to state quarterfinals…helped Wampus Cats advance to semifinal round of state playoffs by averaging 37.7 points and 227.0 rushing yards per game his sophomore year…selected FSU over Arkansas and Ole Miss, among other offers.
Three-star speedster ranked as 25th-best athlete nationally in 247Sports Composite…ranked 18th among athletes nationally and 19th among Louisiana prospects by Rivals…totaled 3,126 all-purpose yards in his high school career…averaged 11.4 yards per carry, totaling 2,309 yards on 202 carries, and scored 36 total touchdowns…rushed for 1,146 yards and 17 touchdowns while adding 132 yards and two touchdowns receiving and 272 return yards with one touchdown as a senior…helped lead John Curtis Christian to semifinal round of state championships…played on Patriots undefeated and state champion team junior year, totaling 1,265 all-purpose yards and scoring 10 rushing touchdowns and one punt return score…rushed for 269 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore…also ran track and is two-time defending indoor state champion in 60-meter dash…boasted Louisiana’s fastest 60 time in 2018 and 2019, clocking 6.80 and 6.83, respectively…personal-best of 10.41 in 100 was fastest in Louisiana in 2019 and is No. 5 nationally entering 2020 outdoor season…selected Florida State over multiple offers, including Ole Miss, Arkansas and Oklahoma State.