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    Virginia Tech

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    32 - Cedric Humes Position: Tailback
    Class: r-Junior
    Height: 6' 1"
    Weight: 231 lbs.
    High School: Princess Anne
    Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va.
     
    photo         An exciting player who will enter the fall as the No. 1 tailback ... Suffered a broken leg in the first scrimmage of the spring ... Is expected to make a full recovery in time for August practice ... A big, powerful runner who is hard to bring down ... Played fullback his freshman year before backing up Kevin Jones last season at tailback ... Had some problems with fumbling last year, but the coaches expect that issue to be resolved ... Mixes good athletic ability with outstanding speed ... Can also return kickoffs ...

    2003: Played in all 13 games ... Finished the season with 65 carries for 380 yards and five touchdowns ... Averaged 5.8 yards per carry ... Had a long of 58 yards ... Returned 15 kickoffs for an average of 16.9 yards ... Had a long of 33 yards ... Carried the ball nine times for 45 yards in the opener against UCF ... Had a 33-yard kickoff return ... Filled in for an injured Jones against James Madison, carrying the ball 15 times for 74 yards and three touchdowns ... Had six carries for 33 yards against Texas A&M ... Had a 29-yard kickoff return ... Carried the ball five times for 74 yards, including a 58-yard touchdown run against UConn ... Ran six times for 43 yards at Rutgers, including a 35-yard touchdown run ... Carried the ball three times for 15 yards at West Virginia ... Had just two carries against Miami and one at Pittsburgh ... Had two carries for 16 yards at Temple ... Had five carries for 15 yards and a 4-yard catch against Boston College ... Had a kickoff return for 14 yards and a 2-yard carry at Virginia ... Had one carry for 3 yards in the bowl game ... Earned Super Iron Hokie honors during spring max testing ... Had a 585-pound back squat ... Suffered a broken leg in Tech's first scrimmage of the spring ...

    2002: Was switched from tailback to fullback when practice opened ... Played in all 14 games, carrying the ball 16 times for 68 yards ... Also caught seven passes for 76 yards ... Saw action on 34 offensive plays in the opener against Arkansas State ... Had a team-high 10 carries in that game for 52 yards ... Also caught a 1-yard pass ... Played 13 snaps on offense against LSU ... Carried the ball two times for 3 yards in the win over Marshall ... Caught a 4-yard pass in the win at Texas A&M ... Carried the ball once for 3 yards at Western Michigan ... Played 12 snaps on offense and four on special teams in the win at Boston College ... Played 12 snaps on offense and three on special teams against Rutgers ... Carried the ball three times for 10 yards in the win over Temple ... Also had a 6-yard reception ... Caught a 15-yard pass against Pittsburgh ... Played seven snaps on offense and eight on special teams at Syracuse ... Caught a pass for 7 yards against West Virginia ... Caught a 26-yard pass out of the backfield at Miami ... Improved his back squat to 560 pounds during spring testing ... Posted personal bests in all four major lifts ... Moved back to tailback for spring practice ... Ran for three touchdowns during red-zone work in one of the Hokies' spring scrimmages ... Added two more short TD runs in another scrimmage ... Led all rushers in the Maroon-White game with six carries for 57 yards ...

    2001: Was redshirted as a true freshman ... Worked at tailback during the fall ... Earned Iron Hokie status during the off-season ... Turned in a 320-pound bench press and 500-pound back squat ... Ran a 4.42 forty and posted a 34 1/2-inch vertical jump ... Rushed for two touchdowns during one scrimmage on runs of 1 and 25 yards ... Gained 36 yards on nine carries ... Ran for 29 yards and one TD in another scrimmage ... Finished the Maroon-White game with 28 yards on five carries, an average of 5.6 yards a carry ... Won the Frank O. Moseley Award as the top offensive hustler of spring practice ...

    High School: Played running back and linebacker for Coach Jeff Ballance at Princess Anne ... Earned SuperPrep and PrepStar All-America honors after rushing for 1,640 yards and 22 TDs as a senior ... Rated the No. 28 running back in the nation and the No. 8 player in Virginia by SuperPrep ... Picked the No. 2 RB in the Atlantic Region and the No. 22 overall player in the region by PrepStar ... Tom Lemming's Prep Football Report named him the No. 25 player in the Mid-Atlantic area ... Ranked the No. 9 prospect in Virginia by The Roanoke Times ... The No. 76 running back in the nation according to Rivals ... Contributed 87 tackles on defense his senior year with two sacks and eight fumble recoveries ... Rushed for 197 yards on just nine carries in one contest during his senior season and had 200 yards on 18 attempts in another game ... Named to the All-Tidewater team and also earned all-district and all-region honors as a tailback ... Selected conference offensive player of the year ... Gained 1,300 yards and scored 18 TDs as a junior ... Contributed 80 tackles on defense and intercepted five passes, returning three for touchdowns ... His team posted a 19-5 record in his two years as a starter and made back-to-back appearances in the Group AAA playoffs ... Also contributed in basketball and track ...

    Personal: Cedric Akeem Humes ... Born 8/7/83 in Virginia Beach, VA ... Son of Alfred and Sheria Humes ... Enrolled in residential property management.

    RushingGNo.Yds.Avg.TDLG
    20021416684.209
    200313653805.9558
    Career27814485.5558
    2003 Rushing Game-by-Game
    UCF19455.0011
    JMU115755.0311
    TAMU16335.5010
    UCONN157414.8158
    at RU16437.2135
    SYR19546.0019
    at WVU13155.0010
    UM1210.501
    at PITT1144.004
    at TU12168.0013
    BC15153.008
    at UVa1122.002
    vs Cal1133.003
     
    ReceivingGNo.Yds.Avg.TDLG
    20001477610.9026
    2003134317.8014
    Career27111079.7026
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