Gabe Manzanares
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Francisco, Calif.

High School:
St. Ignatius College Prep '10

Last College:
City College of San Francisco

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 195

Position:
RB

Major:
Economics

2013: BIG SKY NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR... ALL-BIG SKY THIRD TEAM... Carried the ball 259 times for 1,285 yards, moving to No. 3 and No. 5, respectively, on the Aggies' single-season list... Posted Aggies' first 1,000-yd rushing season since Matt Massari (1,274) in 2002... NCAA rankings: rushing ypg. (11th, 116.8), rushing yds (18th, 1,285), rushing TDs (35th, 10)... Was third, third and fifth, respectively, in the Big Sky in those same categories... Posted seven 100-yard games, all over the final eight games of the season... Had 208 yds vs. Idaho State, T-10th for an Aggie game and T-28th in FCS last season... Had 383 yards vs. Idaho State and Southern Utah (179) are seventh-most in back-to-back games in school history... Had two first-quarter TDs against Sacramento State, helping stake UC Davis to early 14-0 lead... Scampered 50 yards against Idaho State, the longest offensive play for the Aggies in 2013... Had 95 receiving yards against the Hornets, most for an Aggie in a game.

WESLEYAN UNIV (2010-11).: Saw action in five games as freshman, carrying the ball two times for six yards... Wesleyan finished 4-4 that season... Played in just two games in 2011, scoring a touchdown, before getting injured and later receiving a medical hardship waiver.

CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO (2012): Rushed for 138 yards and a touchdown... Played in six games... Rams posted a 10-2 overall record and a 4-1 in the NorCal-North Conference.

ST. IGNATIUS PREP `10: Rushed for 730 yards and scored four touchdowns during senior season... Averaged 5.7 yards per carry with a long rush of 70 yards... Wildcats finished 5-5 during his junior season and 4-6 a year later.

PERSONAL: Born in San Francisco, Calif... Son of Barbara Manzanares... Majoring in economics... Lists his mom as his non-sports hero... Wishes he could've seen Muhammad Ali's career.. Advice to youngsters is "Whatever you do in life, be the best at it, be a professional."