2003 (Junior) - Played in 11 games, starting the first two games of the year ... finished third on the team in rushing with 388 yards and three touchdowns ... averaged 5.1 yards per carry ... recorded his season-long run of 59 yards against Northwestern ... finished the Northwestern game with a career-high 107 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries to record his first-career 100-yard rushing game ... rushed for 70 yards on 10 carries against Wyoming ... became the 31st player in AFA history to rush for 1,000 yards in his career ... stands 28th in school history with 1,112 yards ... ranks sixth all-time among AFA halfbacks in career rushing yards ... hampered by a broken hand and ankle injury during the season.
2002 (Sophomore) - Played in nine games ... missed four games due to injury ... rushed for 349 yards and three touchdowns ... DNPs vs. Navy, BYU and Notre Dame (ankle) and New Mexico (shoulder) ... rushed for a team- and season-high 84 yards and a touchdown at Army ... recorded his season-long run of 21 yards ... rushed for 56 yards and a touchdown vs. Utah ... left the game with a sprained ankle in the fourth quarter ... rushed for a game-high 75 yards on 17 carries vs. Virginia Tech in the San Francisco Bowl.
2001 (Freshman) - Played in all 12 games, starting one ... finished third on the team in rushing with 375 yards and four touchdowns on 66 carries ... averaged 5.7 yards per carry which led all players with 50 or more attempts on the team ... caught four passes for 63 yards and a touchdown ... rushed for a career-best 120 yards and a touchdown against Brigham Young ... his 120 yards were the most by an Air Force freshman since 1997 when Qualario Brown rushed for 158 at San Jose State ... scored on a career-long 46 yard run ... rushed for 44 yards on seven carries in his first career start vs. Utah ... career-high nine carries at Hawaii for 54 yards and two touchdowns which marked his first-career multi-touchdown game ... scored his first-career rushing touchdown against Navy ... rushed for 19 yards on four carries in the game ... scored the first receiving touchdown of his career on a 25-yard pass from Keith Boyea at New Mexico.
High School - Lettered three years in football and track and one year in wrestling ... named the team and conference most valuable player in football in 1999 ... first-team all-state in football as a senior ... high school football coach was Jeff Remington.
Personal - Member of cadet squadron 29 ... born Jan. 29, 1981 ... son of Mary Butler ... has one older brother, Howard (28), who was a defensive lineman at San Jose State and played professionally in the Arena League for the San Jose Sabercats ... attended the Academy Prep School and played football ... would like to go into marketing following graduation ... hobbies include listening to music, photography and spending time with family and friends ... completed Operation Air Force at Randolph AFB, Texas, this past summer ... is the flight non-commissioned officer in his squadron ... favorite food is anything his mom cooks ... person in history he would like to meet is Walter Payton ... advice to young people is "to learn from those who are older" ... credits his older brother Howard as having the greatest influence on his sports career.