2005: Was an instrumental part of the team's offense, especially after an injury moved him into a starting role...played in eight game with starts in each prior to a season-ending injury following the Arkansas State game...totaled 24 carries on the season with 78 yards...most productive game was five carries for 51 yards against Oklahoma State, a game he also had his longest run of the season, 22 yards...used in the team's passing attack with eight receptions for 54 yards and two touchdowns...had a TD reception against Louisiana-Monroe and Louisiana-Lafayette...had a season total of 132 all-purpose yards.
2004: Played in six games both as a running back and as a kick returner...had six carries for 10 yards...his longest a seven-yard run...his lone kick return was for eight yards.
2003: Used the year to gain experience and size.
High School: Played for Bill Castle at Lakeland High School, a program that has sent a countless number of athletes to both college and professional football...as a three-year letterman, he gained 4,000 yards (1,200 sophomore, 1,700 junior, 1,100 senior)...scored 14 TDs in 2002...led Polk County in rushing in 2001...named to the Super Prep Outstanding Players in 2001...four-sport athlete (football, baseball, track and basketball)...as a freshman (1999), advanced to state in the 4X100 relay.
Personal: Criminal justice major...son of Geta Walker...born September 1984...member of the Honor Roll...relative of NFL veteran Reidel Anthony.
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