Running back most widely known for his years on the School of Florida, where he received the Fergie Ferguson Prize and was eventually inducted in to the School of Florida Athletic Hall of Popularity. He later performed six years in the NFL as an associate of the LA Rams and Washington Redskins. He was a superstar at Thomas Richard Robinson SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Tampa, leading the institution to its first-ever condition tournament appearance. He was named among the 30 greatest players from the first a century of Florida Gator soccer with the Gainesville Sunlight. He provides two daughters and a kid along with his wife. He performed under head trainer George Allen during his amount of time in Washington.