2008: Started first five games of the season to earn second varsity letter before "turf toe" forced him to miss final six games of season...carried 80 times for 469 yards and two touchdowns... finished the season averaging 93.8 yards per game of total offense...ran for 212 yards and two touchdowns in season-opener at Marist...recorded 106 yards on 18 carries against Georgetown...ran for 47 yards on 10 carries with 37 yards and six receptions against Harvard.
2007: Started the first four games of the season at tailback before suffering a season-ending ankle injury...scored two touchdowns in the season opening win over Marist off of five-yard and seven-yard runs...added another two scores at Georgetown while carrying the ball 13 times for 87 yards, including a 21-yard run that resulted in a touchdown...racked up 107 yards on 27 carries in the Leopards' 8-7 win at Penn; also caught five passes for 23 yards...made one reception for 12 yards vs. Princeton.
2006: Provided an explosive complement to Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year Jonathan Hurt...ran for at least 50 yards in three of the final six games as the backup tailback...averaged 6.3 yards per carry...received Unsung Hero Award at postseason awards banquet...scored on runs of 15 and two yards against Lehigh and caught two passes for 22 yards...gained 67 yards on just four carries vs. Georgetown and scored on a 28-yard run...Leopards' leading rusher with 16 carries for 58 yards at Fordham... punishing 11-yard run in the fourth quarter at Colgate symbolized Lafayette's nearly nine-minute drive and required a "team" tackle to bring him down....scored first career touchdown on a 21-yard run to finish off opening drive against Holy Cross...ran for 63 yards on six carries vs. the Crusaders...first career reception was a 42-yard gain against Yale.
2005: Competed on junior varsity team.
Spent a prep year at Wyoming Seminary.
AT ST. BENEDICTINE HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterman...earned All-District First-Team and All-Ohio Honorable Mention honors as a senior in 2003 while sharing the backfield with Ohio's Mr. Football...member of Ohio Division III state championship team in 2003...squad was state runner-up in 2002...ran for 606 yards and 10 touchdowns at Wyoming Seminary in 2004...four-year letterman at point guard on basketball team, earning all-district and all-state honors...two-year letterman and sprinter on state championship track and field team in 2001.
PERSONAL: Son of Cheryl White...born 5/14/86.
RECEIVING Year G/GS Rec. Yds. TD Lg. Yds./Rec. Yds./Game 2006 12/0 4 64 0 42 16.0 5.3 2007 4/4 6 35 0 13 5.8 8.8 2008 5/5 10 70 0 15 7.0 14.0 Totals 21/9 20 169 0 42 8.4 8.0
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