Chris Douglas
Chris Douglas


Lawrenceville, Ga.

High School:
Peachtree Ridge High

Last College:
Fort Scott (Kan.) JC

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 213

Running Back


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A College Football Performance Awards preseason watch list selection, Douglas is one of the top returning backs in the MVFC and at the Division I FCS level ... He has explosive speed in the open field and is rugged enough to fight for yards in the trenches ... Finished with 24 carries for 83 yards and 2 TDs in four spring scrimmages.

2010: Despite starting just once, earned All-Missouri Valley Football Conference honorable mention honors ... Finished sixth in the MVFC and 27th nationally in rushing yards per game (95.55) ... Was second among all FCS players in yards per carry (minimum 150 attempts) with 6.9 yards per touch ... Was also 59th nationally in all-purpose yards (108.45) and 51st in scoring (6.55) ... Finished seventh in the league in all-purpose, ninth in scoring and 14th in total offense ... Carried 10 times for career-high 191 yards, 238 all-purpose yards and a pair of TDs at Murray State (10/9/10), including a 97-yard touchdown run to earn CFPA National RB of the Week and MSU Player of the Week honors ... Scored 3 times in win over Southern Illinois (10/30/10) ... Posted 165 yards on 18 carries in win over No. 18 Western Illinois (10/23/10), including a 71-yard TD run ... Posted 128 yards on just 10 carries in season-opener win over Eastern Kentucky (9/3/10) with an 86-yard TD run ... Finished year with season-high 19 carries in win over No. 17 North Dakota State, collecting 122 ground yards.

2009: Played all 11 games, earning a start in the season finale at No. 1 Southern Illinois ... Finished 15th in the MVFC in rushing (325) and 23rd in total offense ... Was second on the squad behind Cooper-Falls in yards per carry (4.5) and tied for team lead in touchdowns (4) with All-American tight end Clay Harbor ... Posted 106 yards on 17 carries with a touchdown against SIU (11 /14/09) ... Tallied 72 yards on just 6 carries (12.0 ypc) with 2 touchdowns in home win over Indiana State (11/7/09) ... Also scored a touchdown in win at Western Illinois (10/17/09) ... Averaged 89.0 yards per game over the last 2 contests with 3 touchdowns.

Fort Scott CC: Redshirted during the 2008 season for Coach Jeff Simms in his only campaign at Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College.

Pasadena City College: Regular running back and kick returner at Pasadena (Calif.) City College as a freshman in 2007 ... Helped Coach Kenny Lawler's Lancers to a 6-4 record as a true freshman, averaging 5.0 yards per carry with a long rush of 17 yards ... Collected 135 yards and 2 touchdowns on 27 carries ... Also had 18 receptions for 163 yards and 2 scores with a long catch of 31 yards ... Returned 11 kicks for 230 yards and a 20.9 average, including a long return of 65 yards.

High School: Three-year starter and four-year letterman for Coach Blair Armstrong at Peachtree Ridge (Ga.) High ... Helped Lions to a 11-3-1 record his senior year and share of the Georgia Class 5A state title ... Earned Gwinnett Prep Rally Player of the Month honors as a senior ... Carried 89 times for 700 yards and 9 touchdowns as a junior ... Ran a 4.49 40-yard dash at the Atlanta combine in 2006 ... Finished fourth in the Georgia state meet as a senior in the Class 5A 100-meter dash (10.95) ... Was a two-star recruit by as a senior.

Personal: Christopher Michael Douglas was born 6/11/89 in Memphis, Tenn. ... Son of Michael and Mary Douglas of Lawrenceville, Ga. ... Has a sister, Dominique ... Majoring in Criminology ... Wants to be a firefighter after college.

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