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2011-12 Football
1 Christopher James, Jr. DB
1 Calvin McNairl WR
2 Trabis Ward RB
4 Rayshawn Weatherspoon WR
5 Hakeem Parker WR
6 Travis James WR
7 Jeremy Perry QB
8 Wilson Robinson LB
9 Martavius Foster TE
10 John Jones, Jr. Jr. LB
10 London Davis TE
11 Devin Wilson WR
12 Michael German QB
13 Julian Mallory WR
14 Antonio Harper DB
15 Jonathan Moore WR
15 Weldon Garlington DB
16 Wesley Samuels TE
17 Jamal Ramsey QB
18 Telvin Hooks RB
19 Joseph Wylie DB
20 Dare Ayoola DB
21 Andrew Taylor DB
22 Stephen Godbolt III DB
23 Bryce Wilson DB
24 Bernell Brooks ATH
25 Kaylen Pearson RB
26 Antwan Brown DB
27 Harold Watson DB
28 David Van Dyke DB
29 Ryan Berry RB
30 Clarence Jordan FB
31 Detorrius Shipley DE
32 Dante' Thomas RB
33 Jamal Coleman DB
33 Eluzeis Vil LB
35 Jeremy Coffey RB
36 Martine Stevenson DB
37 Stephen Brooks FB
37 Aric Jones DB
38 Jason Wallace RB
39 Matt Moseley PK/K
39 G.R. Pulley LS
40 Jarron Guthrie LB
41 Vernon Frett FB
42 Nick Thrasher LB
43 Jamin Godfrey PK/K
44 Mike West LB
45 Justin Bather DB
46 Daniel Fitzpatrick DB
47 Rico Council LB
48 John Williams III FB
49 Johntae Gleaves FB
51 Samquan Evans DL
52 Tyler Lusk DE
54 Jack Ndem DL
55 Anthony Bass DL
56 Aaron Woods LS
56 Cornelius Coleman LB
59 Kevin Dossett LB
60 Sherman Carter OL
62 Jhaquelle Love OL
63 Anthony Woods OL
63 Brendon Crawford DL
64 Troy Jones OL
65 Demardre Dean OL
66 Patrick Luken OL
68 Shaquille Bass OL
69 Derek Sibley OL
70 Robert Myers OL
71 Brent Davis OL
72 Brandon Rogers OL
73 Kadeem Edwards OL
74 Darien Brewer OL
75 Rogers Gaines OL
76 Brandon Haskin OL
77 Anthony Morris OL
78 Justin Ridgeway OL
79 Donte'e Nicholls DL
80 Je-Marc Sears TE
83 Jeremy Pryor WR
84 Chris Deloney WR
85 Ryan Mitchell WR
86 Lawrence Peterson DE
87 Billy Davis TE
88 Tim Pruitt DE
89 Andrew Bather WR
90 Dinsdale Jackson DL
92 Hunter Howard LS
94 Alexander Payne DL
95 Lamar Wallace DE
96 Derek Platt DL
97 Michael Murphy DL
98 Austin Taylor DL
99 D.J. McCellion DL
101 Joseph Obasi DB
123 Garreous Lisenbee LB
133 Holt Claiborne QB
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Trabis Ward

#2 Trabis Ward

HT. 5' 10"
WT. 200
YR. RS So.

Major: Human Performance and Sports Science

2011 - Redshirt Sophomore Season

Started nine out of 11 games for the Tigers...Amassed 193 carries for 978 yards and 11 touchdowns...Ranked No. 38 in the NCAA FCS with 88.91 yards per contest...Caught 12 passes for 144 yards...Ran 26 times for a career-high 180 yards and two touchdowns...Rushed for over 100 yards in five games for the Tigers...Made a scamper of 40 yards in the win over Southeast Missouri...Caught a career-long 49-yard pass at Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 22).


Did not play in 2010 due to injury.

2009 - Freshman Season

Started 1-of-8 games played...Carried the ball 62 times for 182 yards averaging 2.9 yards per carry...Notched a longest carry of 13 yards...Tallied two receptions for 16 yards averaging eight yards per catch...Totaled 198 all-purpose yards averaging 24.8 per game...Averaged 25.1 yards of total offense per game from 201 yards on the season...Registered two solo tackles...Completed one pass for 19 yards ending with a pass efficiency of 259.6...Recorded first career carry at Southern (09/19/09)...Recorded first career pass completion and first career tackle at Tennessee Tech (10/31/09)...Recorded first career reception at Austin Peay State (11/14/09).

Dillard High School

Graded out at 79 on ESPNU College Recruiting... Given Honorable Mention FSWA 5A RB....One of the top running back prospects in South Florida...Ran for over 1,000 yards as a junior (232 att. 1,703 yards and 21 TDs)...Senior season (204 att. 1288 yards, 6.31 yards per carry and 128.8 yards per game)...Scored a total of 66 points (11 TDs)...Caught seven receptions for 98 yards averaging 14 yards per catch and 9.8 yards per game scored one TD reception...Named to first team All-State, All-Region and All-America...Finished high school career with more than 5, 600 rushing yards and 52 touchdowns.


Son of Brian Smith...Born on Aug. 18, 1990.