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Running Back
Lehigh Acres, Fla.
High School
Lehigh HS

Appeared in 26 games during his career with the Tigers, starting three times … Rushed for 336 yards on 91 carries and caught four passes for 33 yards … Given the No. 18 prior to the 2020 season … Had best game in an LSU uniform in CFP National Semifinal against Oklahoma when he started in place of an injured Clyde Edwards-Helaire … Rushed for career-best 89 yards on 16 carries in win over Oklahoma that propelled LSU into the national championship game … Transferred to Utah in the spring of 2021.

Appeared in nine games during the COVID-shortened season, rushing for 145 yards on 45 carries … Started twice – Mississippi State and Missouri … Rushed for 47 yards on nine carries against Mississippi State … Led the Tigers with 64 yards on 17 carries in win over Florida …

Played in 14 games with one start … Stepped in for a limited Clyde Edwards-Helaire against Oklahoma and had best game of career with 89 rushing yards and one reception for nine yards … Carried career-best 16 times against Sooners with four of his rushes going for first downs … Started for first time of career against Oklahoma … Averaged 5.6 yards per carry against the Sooners with runs of 13, 19 and 20 yards … Also played on special teams … Played in 14 games … Rushed for 189 yards on 38 carries … Caught three passes for 23 yards … Prior to OU, had 26 yards in five carries against Georgia … Rushed six times for 24 yards vs. Utah State and 23 yards on two carries against Georgia Southern.

Granted a redshirt after appearing in four games for the Tigers as a true freshman … Saw action in a backup role against Miami, Auburn, Ole Miss and Florida … Rushed eight times for a total of 2 yards … Had three carries against Ole Miss for two yards and one carry for two yards against Auburn.

Bruising runner with the speed to turn a corner and outrace defenders but is also physical enough to run between the tackles … Piled up 764 yards and five touchdowns in nine games as a senior in 2017 … Listed as the ninth-best running back in the nation by recruiting publications … Four-star prospect by both 247Sports and ESPN … Racked up 2,984 yards on 364 carries, rushing for 28 touchdowns in his career as a four-year letter winner … Coached by James Chaney.

Born Nov. 10, 1998 … Majoring in sport administration.

Chris Curry’s Career Highs
Rush attempts: 17 at Florida, 2020
Rushing yards: 89 vs. Oklahoma, 2019 CFP National Semifinal
Rushing TDs: None
Longest Rush: 20 2x (Last: vs. Oklahoma, 2019; First: vs. Georgia Southern, 2019)
Receptions: 2 vs. Georgia Southern, 2019
Receiving Yards: 14 vs. Georgia Southern, 2019
Longest Reception: 10 at Auburn, 2020


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