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#32 Anthony Wilkerson
Position: Running Back
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 215
Year: Senior
Hometown: Foothill Ranch, Calif.
High School: Tustin
Major: Communication
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As a Senior (2013)
• Preseason All-Pac-12 fourth team by Phil Steele
• Preseason All-Pac-12 second team by Athlon Sports
• Invited to NFLPA Collegiate Bowl
• 14 games played
• 353 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 84 carries
• Six catches for 45 yards
• 398 all-purpose yards
• Fourth running back since 2009 with at least 1,000 career rushing yards
    • Gerhart, Taylor, Gaffney
• 65 rushing yards on nine attempts in season-opening win vs. San Jose State
    • Game-high 27-yard rush
• Four rushes for 11 yards at Army
• 12-yard touchdown run among 65 yards on 18 rushes vs. Arizona State
• 47 yards on 10 carries against Washington State
• Six rushes for 23 yards vs. Washington
• Six rushes for 25 yards vs. Oregon
• Nine yards on three carries at USC
• Seven carries for 21 yards vs. Cal
• 34 yards on five carries and one touchdown vs. Notre Dame
• 57 yards rushing on 10 carries at Arizona State in Pac-12 Championship Game
• One catch for seven yards against Michigan State in Rose Bowl

As a Junior (2012)
• Played 12 games as primary backup for Stepfan Taylor
• Missed Washington and Arizona games due to injury suffered vs. USC
• 31 rushing yards on five attempts (6.2 yards per carry) in Rose Bowl win over Wisconsin
• Season-highs 48 rushing yards on 13 carries at UCLA
• 10-yard touchdown run from wildcat formation at UCLA
• 35 rushing yards on seven carries in second half at Colorado, highlighted by 16-yard run
• Six carries for 22 yards at Cal
• 24 rushing yards on six carries in season opener vs. San Jose State
• Four rushes for 13 yards against Oregon State

As a Sophomore (2011)
• Powerful second-year back who combined with Stepfan Taylor, Jeremy Stewart and Tyler Gaffney to help the Cardinal average 207.9 yards a game on the ground.
• Team’s third-leading rusher with 283 yards on 55 carries (23.6), including three touchdowns
• Scored on a 24-yard run during a 37-10 victory at Arizona
• Career-high 93 yards on 14 carries and two touchdowns in a 65-21 victory over No. 22 Washington, during which Stanford amassed a school-record 446 yards rushing
• His 35-yard touchdown run with 1:25 remaining broke the school's single-game rushing mark
• 70 yards on 13 attempts over the last five games of the season

As a Freshman (2010)
• Stanford’s most outstanding freshman
• 408 yards on 89 carries (4.6) with three touchdowns
• Team’s third-leading rusher behind Stepfan Taylor and Andrew Luck
• Caught three passes for 47 yards out of the backfield
• Carried 22 times for 83 yards over the first six games of the season
• 325 yards on 66 attempts over the final seven contests
• 27 yards on seven carries with first touchdown against Sacramento State
• Scored on a six-yard touchdown run vs. USC
• Carried nine times for 55 yards against Washington State to begin a six-game stretch in which he gained 326 yards
• 29 yards on five carries in Stanford's 41-0 victory at Washington
• Season-high 81 yards on 10 carries vs. No. 13 Arizona, including a season-long 39-yard run
• 65 yards on 10 carries at Arizona State, taking a knee after a 19-yard run to end game
• Broke off a 19-yard run on a second and six play from the ASU 23-yard line and decided to take a knee instead of going into the end zone, thus ending the game
• Season-high 18 times carries for 67 yards and a touchdown in his first Big Game at Cal
• Scored on a three-yard run at the 4:53 mark of the third quarter to give the Cardinal a 45-0 lead
• 13 carries for 29 yards against Oregon State

The Wilkerson FIle
• Graduated from Tustin (Calif.) and played for head coach Myron Miller
• Four-star recruit and nation’s 11th-best running back prospect and 80th overall by ESPN
• Nation’s 16th-best running back prospect by Scout, 21st by Rivals
• School-record 2,843 rushing yards and 43 touchdowns as a senior
• 2,300 rushing yards and 36 touchdowns as a junior
• 354 rushing yards and six touchdowns against Kennedy-La Palma to open senior season
• 317 rushing yards and five touchdowns against Foothill in second game of senior season
• Two-time all-CIF selection and first team all-county
• 2009 Century League Player of the Year
• 2008 Century League Offensive Player of the Year
• Three-time first team all-league
• Orange County Register Running Back of the Decade
• Helped Tustin to Century League titles in 2008 and 2009
• National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete
• Lettered in track and basketball
• Born in Anaheim, Calif.
• Full name is William Anthony Wilkerson
• Son of William and Melanie Wilkerson
• Two brothers, Marcus, Ricky Miller, and one sister, Quinn
     • Brother, Ricky Miller, played football at Fresno State (2002-05)
• Uncle, Mark Davis, played baseball at Stanford and with the California Angels (1991)
• Uncle, Mike Davis, played baseball at Stanford, with the Oakland A’s (1980-87) and Los Angeles Dodgers (1988-89)
• Majoring in communications

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