Returning to the offensive backfield for his senior season. 2004: Moved from running back to slot receiver and played in all 12 games...provided Lafayette with a vertical threat as three of his nine catches went for at least 28 yards...made a 45-yard reception at Richmond...scored on a 28-yard toss from Joe McCourt to seal the win at Columbia...also caught a 28-yard pass against Bucknell...was in on five tackles on special teams.
2003: Earned first varsity letter, appearing in all 11 games...scored first career touchdown on an eight-yard reception against Colgate...ran eight times for 77 yards, including a 34-yard carry, at Holy Cross...carried the ball 10 times for 38 yards against Bucknell ...also collected eight special teams tackles.
2002: Performed well for the Leopards' junior varsity program.
AT SELINSGROVE HIGH SCHOOL: Earned eight letters as a four-sport athlete competing for football, track and field, basketball, and baseball... played running back, free safety, and linebacker...set a career record at Selinsgrove with 3,940 yards rushing and 62 total career touchdowns, 48 of which were rushing, along with numerous other school records...a team captain, he earned All-State recognition two consecutive years from The Associated Press, first team running back honors from Pennsylvania Football News, and named player of the year by Sunbury Daily Item his senior year...also named to the All-Academic Silver Team as a senior and the All Academic Bronze Team as a junior by Pennsylvania Football News... awarded the Reading Eagle All-Anthracite Team and Back of the Year honors in both his junior and senior year...awarded most valuable player in track and field his sophomore year while earning second-team All-Conference by the CSC in basketball.
PERSONAL: Majoring in Economics and Business...son of Tim and Lori Lauver...born 9/16/83.
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