2005: Played in 8 games, starting 6... Finished 2nd on team with 314 rushing yards... Was 3rd on Aggies and tops among running backs with 17 catches (for 148 yards)... Made collegiate debut as starting RB in Causeway Classic... Announced his presence with authority: carried the ball 21 times for 52 rushing yards vs. Hornets, and added a 9-yard reception... Voted as team's Offensive Player of the Week after Sac State... Enjoyed most productive game a week later at South Dakota State... Went 21-for-114 on the ground and caught 7 passes for 66 yards and a touchdown vs. Jackrabbits... First career TD was 18-yarder from Jon Grant early in fourth at SDSU... Rushed for 50 yards and was 6-for-39 receiving at North Dakota State.
2004: Redshirted... Voted Scout Offense Player of the Week after Sacramento State game.
2003: Did not play, enrolled in winter quarter 2004.
FAIRFIELD HS '03: Named to All-Monticello Empire League, All-Solano County and Fairfield Daily Republic All-Star teams... Surpassed 2,000 rushing yards... Posted 19 career interceptions... Team reached Sac-Joaquin Section final in 2002... Led basketball team in scoring as a senior shooting guard... Also competed in track & field (sprinter) and baseball (centerfield).
PERSONAL: Born in Fairfield, Calif.... Has yet to declare a major... Parents are Patrick Warren and Kimberly Magee... Chose UC Davis because of the coaching staff... Best athlete he has faced is Demarcus Nelson, once a league opponent at Vallejo HS.
Legacy of Aggie Football Golf Classic set for May 5
Hawkins rolls out record NLI signing class
UC Davis National Signing Day Central
Toler joins Aggie staff as receivers coach
Doss named Sophomore
All-American by HERO Sports