University of Florida All-American who became an NFL running back for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Minnesota Vikings.
A star running back from his school days, he became team captain his junior year at Florida, and collectd 1,500 total yards of offense; he was considered one of the top rushing prospects in the 2005 Draft.
In addition to the Vikings and Jaguars, he played with the Edmonton Eskimos in the Canadian Football League.
He was born in Atlanta, Georgia.
At Florida he continued the long line of fine running backs who eventually made it to the NFL; Neal Anderson was another such player in the 1980s.