2006 (Junior): All-Big 12 honorable mention by the Big 12 coaches and Associated Press ... became the starter after Adrian Peterson was injured, then missed the Texas Tech and Baylor games due to injury ... exceeded 100 yards in four games with a best of 173 on 32 carries at Texas A&M ... long rush of 65 yards went for a touchdown on the first snap of the second half at Oklahoma State ... a standout on special teams before taking on a central role as a running back ... was credited with four tackles.
2005 (Sophomore): Converted from defensive back to running back early in the season ... got his first carries in game four vs. Kansas State ... carried 15 times for 49 yards against Baylor ... had three attempts for 42 yards, including a 28-yard touchdown, against Texas A&M ... logged three carries for 31 yards in the Oklahoma State game and scored the first touchdown of the game on a 27-yard sprint ... two of his four receptions came in the Kansas game ... his longest catch, a 12-yarder, came against Baylor ... had four kickoff returns for 69 yards with a long of 31 against Oregon in the Holiday Bowl ... credited with eight tackles and one fumble recovery (Baylor) as a special teams standout.
Personal: Junior College: No. 14 player in the JC Top 25 (Rivals.com) ... No. 23 JUCO player in the nation (CollegeFootballNews.com) ... first team Jayhawk All-Conference (2004) ... preseason All-American by J.C. Gridwire (2004) ... sat out most of his sophomore season at Independence (Kan.) Community College with a broken fibula and received a medical hardship.
High School: Attended Conway High School in Conway, S.C. ... played defensive back, running back and kick returner ... recorded 105 tackles and four sacks as a senior ... rushed for 681 yards and seven touchdowns on 103 carries ... averaged 33 yards per return, including a 92-yard kickoff return for a touchdown ... first team All-State (2003) ... participated in 2002 Shrine Bowl ... coached by David Ward.
The Run Down: Ran 4.45 second in the 40-yard dash in spring 2006 drills ... also logged the best vertical jump on the team at 37.5 inches ... son of Veronica Bromell and Roland Patrick ... has worked with his father in brick masonry ... born February 15, 1984.
Allen Patrick Audibles
"He's always been one of my all-time favorites because of how hard he plays and how he competes and how tough he is." — Bob Stoops
The good: He is an aggressive downhill runner who will break tackles and make defenders miss. He has the natural running skills necessary to be a feature back. Has good lower body strength that allows him to run through tacklers and the sharp cutting skills to make tacklers miss.
The bad: There are some durability concerns because he never was the unchallenged feature back at OU. As a receiver, he needs further development in all phases of the passing game after limited opportunities in that role in college.
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