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Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona

In the Advocare V100 Bowl, Carey (5-10, 198 pounds) rushed the football 27 times for 169 yards and two touchdowns with one fumble. This past season for the Wildcats, Carey rushed for no less than 119 yards in every game, with his season high being 232 yards against Utah and 206 yards with Oregon.

Dec 31, 2013; Shreveport, LA, USA; Arizona Wildcats running back Ka

He also had four games of 30-plus yards receiving and two games of four rushing TDs (at Washington, vs. Oregon) and five total of at least two rushing TDs. For the season, he totaled 1,716 yards and 17 touchdowns in 11 games. His career total rushing is 4,070 yards and 46 touchdowns on 716 carries and 35 games.

Rob Rang describes him with the following strengths:

“Demonstrated greater power and determination on interior runs as well as the vision and sharp cutting ability in 2013.”

He’s been timed with a 4.53 40-yard dash.

In early November, it was written about Carey, who is the 44th-rated overall player:

“Clearly bigger and stronger than a year ago, Carey is once again leading the country in rushing yards. Other backs across the country may be the more chic pick, but Carey’s consistency speaks for itself.”

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