2005: Started 11 of 12 games at tailback...ran for 985 yards and 13 touchdowns while averaging 5.0 yards per rush...had back-to-back 125-yard rushing games in the final two outings of the regular season...ran for 115 yards on 21 carries and a touchdown and pulled in a three-yard touchdown pass in Lafayette's I-AA Playoff game at Appalachian State...caught the game-winning 37-yard touchdown pass from Pat Davis on fourth-and-10 with 38 seconds left at Lehigh...carried the ball 18 times for 125 yards and a touchdown against the Mountain Hawks...also ran for 125 yards and two scores on 25 attempts at Holy Cross...did not start in week one at Marist but ran 13 times for 97 yards and three touchdowns...also scored three times against Fordham...ran for 70 yards on 21 attempts vs. Richmond...had career-high 149 yards rushing on 29 carries and scored both of the Leopards' touchdowns against Columbia...caught a 16-yard touchdown pass vs. Bucknell.
2004: Emerged as a weapon at tailback and earned four starts...gained 54 yards and scored twice to provide the offense vs. Princeton...started the next week at Richmond and responded with 20 carries for 82 yards and a pair of touchdowns... got the nod at tailback vs. Harvard but was forced to leave with a bruised bicep injury that limited his action in the next three games...ran for 52 yards and a touchdown against Holy Cross...carried seven times for 43 yards vs. Lehigh.
2003: Appeared in three games, ripping off a 15-yard run in season-opener against Marist.
AT BOONE HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year member of the National Honor Society...instrumental in helping the football team capture the Florida Class 6A District 3 championship ...broke the school record for single-season rushing with 1,781 yards on 151 carries (11.8 avg.), surpassing the previous record held by six-year NFL veteran Stacey Mack...scored 21 touchdowns as a senior, earning the Kiwanis Club Award, the Orlando Touchdown Club Award, Central Florida and East-West All-Star honors and MVP recognition at the East-West All-Star game.
PERSONAL: Majoring in Economics and Business...son of Susan Napoleon...born 3/2/84.
RUSHING Year G/GS Att. Yds. TD Lg. Yds./Rush Yds./Game 2003 3/0 3 19 0 15 6.3 6.3 2004 11/4 83 365 3 22 4.4 32.9 2005 12/11 197 985 13 62 5.0 82.1 Totals 26/15 283 1369 16 62 4.8 52.7
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