- Incredible physical specimen that combines power and speed as a runner
- A skilled pass receiver in addition to his intimidating talent in the run game.
- Made his first appearance of 2015 against USC (9/26), finishing with 30 yards rushing.
- Had the biggest game of his career with 127 rushing yards on 12 touches against Oregon (10/29), doubling his previous career high for yardage
- Had another solid game with 84 yards on 14 carries with a touchdown against Washington State (11/7)
- Recorded a game-high against Arizona (11/21)
- Carried the ball 54 times for 411 yards (7.6 ypc) in a four game stretch to end the season (not including Cal contest where he left the game injured) after having just 183 yards on 53 carries (3.5 ypc) in his first four games (missed three games to illness).
- Appeared in 12 of the 13 games as a true freshman, primarily as a goal line back
- Carried the ball 42 times for 138 yards and added three touchdowns
- Added six catches for 64 yards and a touchdown
- Appeared as a true freshman in the opener against Weber State (8/28), logging 36 yards on the ground and his first career touchdown
- Had a career high two touchdown rushes against UNM (9/6)
- Grabbed his first career touchdown reception on a 38-yard catch-and-run against Colorado (9/13)
- Had a 96-yard kick return in the Sun Bowl and added 15 rushing yards (12/27)
- Rushed for 2,690 career yards on 318 carries (8.5 avg.) with 35 touchdowns in three varsity seasons
- Caught 40 passes for 671 yards (16.8 avg.) with 12 touchdowns and totaled 3,981 career all-purpose yards
- Carried 206 times for 1,943 yards (9.4 avg.) with 25 touchdowns as a senior in 2013 and added 16 receptions for 360 yards (22.5 avg.) with six scores for 2,628 all-purpose yards in his final season
- Listed by Rivals.com as the sixth-best athlete prospect in the country and a four-star recruit; Ranked by 24-7 Sports as the No. 27 athlete recruit in the nation; Rated by Scout.com as the No. 52 running back recruit in the nation; Tabbed by ESPN as the No. 52 athlete prospect in the nation
- Chose ASU over multiple offers from Pac-12 programs as well as ones from Boise State, Colorado State, Georgia Tech, Kansas State, Michigan, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Vanderbilt and Wyoming
- Coached by Brian Green and Terry Poirier at Falcon High