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24  Chris Douglas
Chris Douglas

Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Fort Worth

High School:
All Saints Episcopal

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 175

Position:
RB

Experience:
1L


Rice -- Quick youngster who provided moved over to defense during the year in addition to contributing on special teams... Member of the Student Owl Club.

2006: Finished second on the team with 15 kickoff returns for 290 yards.....had his longest return of the year for 35 yards against UAB....top return game was against Tulane, when he totaled 91 yards on five returns....top tackle game was three against Tulsa...finished the year with eight stops, including a one for a 12-yard loss against Tulsa when he stopped a runner from returning a punt blocked by Terrance Garmon.

Douglas 2006 game by game
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2005: Redshirt.

High School -- 2005 graduate of All Saints Episcopal High in Fort Worth... Three-time all-Southwest Preparatory Conference back for coach Matt Cook... Twice the Saints' team MVP and earning offensive player of the year honors as a sophomore in '02... Team captain for both the 2003 and '04 seasons... Led All Saints to SPC Division II titles in '02 (7-4) and '04 (10-1)... Gained 4,507 yards rushing for his career, scoring 61 touchdowns... Had eight interceptions for his career... Listed among the Fort Worth Star-Telegram's top 50 area players, the Dallas Morning News' top 100 players, and Dave Campbell's Texas Football's top 300 list in 2004... Also an all-SPC selection as a sprinter in track, winning the SPC 200-meters title as a sophomore... Team captain in basketball as a junior... Carries a 91.3 high school GPA and a member of the All Saints dean's and principal's lists... Chose Rice over Northwestern and TCU, and was also recruited by Oklahoma State, Utah, Stanford, Army, UCLA, SMU and Notre Dame.

Personal -- Full Name: Christopher Antoine Douglas... Born: Oct. 11, 1986, at Fort Worth... Prent: Charlotte Douglas, Fort Worth (three brothers)... Older brother, Samson, plays football at Tarleton State.

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