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Florida State Seminoles

Registered one of the finest seasons by a Seminole tailback in school history during his sophomore campaign…recipient of the Jim Brown Award – given to the nation’s top running back by the Touchdown Club of Columbus…garnered first and second team All-America honors, while claiming first team All-ACC accolades from both the media and coaches…finished seventh in the 2015 Heisman Trophy voting…became FSU’s all-time single-season leader in rushing  yards (1,691) and all-purpose yards (1,935) in 2015…eclipsed the single-season rushing mark in his ninth game of the season vs. NC State surpassing Warrick Dunn’s 20-year record of 1,242  yards…passed Larry Key’s single-season all-purpose yards record (1,821) in FSU’s road victory at Florida…tallied 1,691 rushing yards on 229 attempts in 12 games good for an average of 140.9 yards per game and 7.4 yards per carry…his 19 rushing touchdowns finished one shy of tying Greg Allen’s single-season record of 20 rushing touchdowns set in 1982…led the ACC in six offensive categories including rushing yards/game, rush yards/carry, all-purpose yards, total rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and scoring…finished the year as THE ONLY player nationally to rank in the top 10 in the following offensive categories: rush yards/carry (2nd), rushing yards/game (5th), all-purpose yards (6th), rushing yards (6th), rushing touchdowns (8th) and scoring.