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Running Back   1984-1985

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Born: August 9, 1961, Houston, TX

Height: 5-11     Weight: 194

College: University of Texas-Austin

Acquired: Signed as a free agent on May 16, 1984

Pro Bio: Reserve running back and special teams player during both Gambler seasons... Played in three games for the Gamblers in 1984 after signing in mid-May, and carried the ball nine times for 43 yards. 

Started four of fifteen games for the Arizona Wranglers in 1983... Carried 81 times for 219 yards and 3 TDs... Also caught six passed for 66 yards... Ran back two kickoffs for ten yards... 19th round draft pick (218th player selected) of the Wranglers in 1983... Traded to the Michigan Panthers following the 1983 season, but did not come to terms with the team... Previously had a three-day tryout with the Gamblers in early May.

College Bio: First Longhorn since Earl Campbell to rush for 1,000 yards or more in a single season... Carried 198 times in 1982 for 1,049 yards... Was the Southwest Conference's second-leading rusher in 1982 behind Eric Dickerson of SMU... Competed in a total of 31 games for Texas... Gained 1,604 yards on 310 carries for a 5.2 yards per carry average... Also registered 29 career receptions for 232 yards... Best receiving years was in 1980 when he caught 18 passes for 130 yards as a sophmore.

Personal: Attended Jeff Davis High School in Houston.

Future Gamblers Kiki DeAyala and Darryl Clark propel Texas to a win over Lou Holz and Arkansas on Dec. 4, 1982.