2006 (Junior) - Played in seven games as the backup quarterback ... rushed for 104 yards on 21 carries ... averaged 5.0 yards per carry and scored one touchdown ... hit two of seven passes for 23 yards ... best game of his career came at TCU with career bests of 11 carries for 63 yards and a touchdown ... career-long run of 19 yards ... rushed for 25 yards on four carries vs. BYU ... hit two of four passes for 23 yards vs. the Cougars.
2005 (Sophomore) - Played in all 11 games, starting once ... started at halfback in the Navy game ... rushed for 16 yards on five carries on the year ... scored one touchdown ... second on the team in kickoff returns with 11 for 221 yards ... averaged 20.1 yards per return ... two returns for 56 yards vs. BYU, including a career long 42-yard return ... moved from quarterback to halfback during fall drills.
2004 (Freshman) - Played quarterback on the junior varsity team.
High School - Lettered four years in football and wrestling, three years in baseball and two years in track ... 2003-04 North Carolina Male Athlete of the Year ... all-state and conference player of the year as a senior ... four-time all-conference selection ... three-time team MVP ... played in the Shrine Bowl ... three-time conference and state champion in wrestling ... three-time team MVP in wrestling ... two-time all-conference selection in baseball ... high school football coach was father, Bruce Ollis.
Personal - Born Aug. 8, 1985 ... member of Squadron 23 ... parents are Bruce and Jane Ollis ... has a sister, Lauren (23) and two brothers, Austin (18) and Jordan (16) ... also recruited by Western Carolina and Wofford ... majoring in social sciences ... completed a summer academics course in aeronautical engineering and was the athletic officer at basic training this past summer ... active in his squadron as an honor officer ... favorite NFL team is the Carolina Panthers ... favorite TV show is Seinfeld ... enjoys listening to Craig Morgan and Garth Brooks ... favorite movie is Remember the Titans ... something not many people know about him is that he did gymnastics for eight years ... what he likes most about AFA football is that the team is like a family of brothers ... credits his father, Bruce, as having the biggest influence on his sports career.
Ollis' Career Statistics
Year G Att Yds Avg TD LG
2006 7 21 104 5.0 1 19 (TCU)
2005 11 5 16 3.2 1 8 (TCU)
Totals 18 26 120 4.6 2