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D'Onta Foreman
RB #27
Height:
6-1
Weight:
233
Age:
21
College:
Texas
Experience:
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Selected by the Houston Texans with the 25th pick in the third round (89th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.
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Selected by the Houston Texans with the 25th pick in the third round (89th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.

CAREER AT TEXAS:
Played three seasons (2014-16) at the University of Texas at Austin (Texas)
Played in 28 career games with 10 starts, all coming in 2016
Rushed for 2,782 yards in his career (9th-most in school history) and 20 touchdowns
Posted 15 career 100-yard rushing games, including a school-record 13 straight to end his Longhorns’ career
Was a 2016 consensus All-American, making him the first UT running back to earn those honors since Ricky Williams in 1998
Also a finalist for the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award
Finished eighth in Heisman Trophy voting in 2016
 
HONORS:
Doak Walker Award (2016)
Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award (2016)
First-team All-American by the Associated Press, Sporting News, Football Writers Association of America, American Football Coaches Association, ESPN.com, Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports, CBS Sports, Phil Steele and USA Today (2016)
Walter Camp Football Foundation second-team All-American (2016)
Heisman Trophy Candidate (8th - 2016)

2016 (Texas):
Played in 11 games and started the first 10 games of his career, including the final nine
Recipient of the 2016 Doak Walker Award recipient
Named a consensus first-team All-American, making him the first UT running back to earn that distinction since Ricky Williams in 1998
Named first-team All-America by the Associated Press, Sporting News, Football Writers Association of America, American Football Coaches Association, ESPN.com, Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports, CBS Sports, Phil Steele and USA Today
A second-team All-American according to the Walter Camp Football Foundation
Was named a unanimous first-team All-Big 12 selection at running back by both the Big 12 Conference head coaches and the Associated Press
Also earned All-Big 12 honors according to ESPN.com and Phil Steele
Earned honorable mention as Big 12 Conference Offensive Player of the Year after rushing for 2,028 yards and 15 touchdowns
His 2,028 rushing yards were second-most in school history and among the top 20 for most in a single-season in NCAA history
Averaged an NCAA FBS-best 184.4 yards per game, also 10th-most in NCAA history for a single season
Rushed for 100 yards in all 11 games he played in 2016, tied for most in a single season with Earl Campbell during his 1977 Heisman Trophy-winning campaign
Rushed for at least 150 yards seven times throughout the season, including three games with at least 250 yards
Averaged 193.3 yards per game against Big 12 Conference foes, totaling 1,740 yards and 12 touchdowns in nine league games
Made his first career start in the season opener vs. No. 10 Notre Dame (9/4) - a 50-47 double-overtime win
In a win vs. No. 8 and previously-unbeaten Baylor (10/29), he rushed 32 times for 250 yards and two touchdowns and was later named Big 12 Conference Offensive Player of the Week and the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award Player of the Week
Carried Texas to a 45-37 road win at Texas Tech (11/5) the following week, rushing 33 times for 341 yards and three touchdowns – all career highs
His 341 rushing yards were the third-most in school history, the most in an FBS game that season and the most at UT since 1998
Became the first player at Texas since Hodges Mitchell in 2000 with back-to-back 200-yard games

2015 (Texas):
Played in 10 games before missing the last two due to injury
Earned second-team Academic All-Big 12 recognition
Finished five carries short of qualifying for the NCAA ranking of yards per carry in which his average would have ranked fourth in the nation (7.17)
Finished eighth in the Big 12 and led the team in rushing yards (681), while ranking seventh in the league in 100-yard games (four)
His five rushing touchdowns were second on the team and most among running backs
Notched his first 100-yard rushing game with 112 yards on 18 carries (6.2 avg.), while catching two passes for 32 yards at TCU (10/3)
Recorded an 81-yard run that was the longest by a UT player in the Red River Showdown and the second-longest non-touchdown run in UT history, as part of 117 yards on nine carries (13.0 avg.) vs. Oklahoma (10/10)

2014 (Texas):
Played in seven games as a reserve running back and on special teams
Saw action at running back vs. North Texas (8/30), recording two carries for 37 yards
Appeared on special teams vs. Baylor and Iowa State
Carried the ball three times for 19 yards (4.7 avg.) at Kansas State (10/25)
Saw his most extensive action vs. West Virginia (11/8)

PERSONAL:
Coached by Leland Surovik at Texas City (Texas) High School
Four-time district honoree
Rushed for 4,382 yards (8.2 avg.) and 61 touchdowns in his career
Participated in the 2014 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl Named second-team 4A All-State as a running back by the Associated Press in 2013
Shared District 24-4A MVP honors with his brother, Armanti, in 2013
Ranked the No. 67 running back nationally and No. 143 player in Texas by 247Sports
No. 68 RB in the nation by Scout
No. 74 running back in the nation by ESPN
No. 6 athlete recruit in the state by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football
Rushed for 2,102 yards and 31 TDs on 202 carries (10.4 ypc) as a senior
Recorded 22 tackles, including 12 tackles for loss and five sacks, five pressures, one interception and returned kickoffs
Helped Texas City to a 12-1 record and an appearance in the 4A DII regional playoffs in 2011
Tabbed first-team All-District 24-4A as a running back and second-team as a linebacker in 2012
Rushed 112 times for 1,073 yards (9.6 avg.) and 18 touchdowns as a junior
Twin brother, Armanti, is a wide receiver for the Longhorns
Member of the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (fall 2014)

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