He’s qualified because: Central Section’s top three-year rushing producer takes to Oregon State 5,017 career yards (No. 11 section) and 69 touchdowns (No. 12 section). He rushed for 1,950 yards and scored 31 touchdowns this season for an 8-4 team, and played for teams that produced a 28-10 record in his career. “And he did it in a humble and respectful way,” says Panthers coach Anthony Goston.