Veteran running back who has made tremendous improvement during career ... one of the smartest players on the team ... very focused player ... excellent team leader who acts like a coach on the field ... hard work in weight room has made him a stronger player ... versatile player who started the 2009 season as a wide receiver and moved to tailback ... good student who was named to the Colonial Athletic Association’s Academic All-Conference team in 2009.
2011 SEASON: Appeared in eight games with four starts ... missed final four games due to injury ... Tigers’ third-leading rusher with 316 yards on 57 carries ... also caught eight passes for 98 yards and a touchdown ... ran for 60 yards on 11 carries in win over Morgan State ... had 70 all-purpose yards with two touchdowns against Villanova and caught 47-yard touchdown pass ... rushed for season high 71 yards on six carries and scored a touchdown in win over Colgate ... ran 27 yards on 12 carries at Maryland ... helped Tigers to win over Richmond with 70 rushing yards on 12 carries ... ran for 64 yards on eight carries in win over Old Dominion ... also had key block on game-winning 63-yard touchdown pass to Tom Ryan.
2010 SEASON: Played in 10 games with four starts ... did not play at Indiana due to injury ... third-leading rusher with 267 yards on 62 carries with one touchdown ... led team by averaging 4.3 yards per carry ... caught seven passes for 42 yards ... ran for a career high 74 yards on 15 carries against James Madison, scoring Tigers’ only touchdown on a 21-yard run ... ran for 24 yards on five carries at Columbia ... had 73 all-purpose yards against Massachusetts ... ran for 46 yards on 10 carries against UMass ... picked up 57 rushing yards on 10 carries against Rhode Island ... ran for 35 yards on 10 carries at undefeated Delaware.
2009 SEASON: Played in nine games with one start ... missed final two games with injury ... suffered knee injury while warming up prior to Villanova game ... made first start at Morgan State ... Tigers’ second-leading rusher with 218 yards on 55 carries and a touchdown ... led Tigers by averaging 4.0 yards per carry ... ran for 66 yards on 10 carries against Delaware ... scored first TD of career against Delaware ... led Tigers with 64 yards rushing on 12 carries against New Hampshire ... helped Tigers to win at Rhode Island with 37 yards on eight carries ... made three special teams tackles.
AT HERMITAGE H.S.: Played wide receiver and defensive back … named first team All-District and first team All-Region … named second team All-District defensive back for Coach Patrick Kane … caught 42 passes for 508 yards and 5 TD’s in 2007 … averaged 18.4 yards per punt return with 2 TD’s … led Panthers to an 11-2 record and berth in state semi-finals … led team to 44-0 win over J.R. Tucker with a 61-yard TD catch and a 61-yard punt return for a TD.
PERSONAL: Has three brothers and one sister ... lists family as people he admires most ... serves as usher at church ... career goal is to become a sports agent ... favorite NFL team is New York Giants ... favorite actor is Will Smith ... favorite movie is “The Hangover” ... enjoys eating spaghetti ... father works as a conductor for the railroad ... mother is a secretary ... son of James Booker and Lisa Moore ... born on August 22, 1989 in Richmond, Va. ... major is economics.