2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in eight games as a reserve running back ... Finished the campaign with 26 rushes for 85 yards (3.3 ypc) ... Had season-highs of 12 carries and 56 rushing yards at Eastern Washington (Oct. 6) ... Logged five carries for 15 yards at Sacramento State (Sept. 22) ... Rushed six times for 14 yards in season finale at Northern Colorado (Nov. 17) ... Earned second letter.
2011 (Freshman): One of two true freshman to see the field during the season ... Played in all 11 games as a reserve running back ... Had a season high 16 carries twice during the campaign (vs. Black Hills State; Sept. 24 and at Northern Colorado; Oct. 29) ... Rushed for a season high 93 yards vs. BHSU and also scored his first two collegiate touchdowns ... Had a season long rush of 18 yards vs. UNC ... Also had a punt return for 26 yards and a kickoff return for 21 yards vs. the Bears to rack 112 all-purpose yards in the game ... Returned two kickoffs for 44 yards at Idaho (Sept. 10) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: A 2011 graduate of Linn-Mar High School … Set 12 school records during his prep career, including career rushing yards (4,474), points scored (312) and career touchdowns (52) for head coach Bob Forsyth … As a senior, broke Missouri Valley Conference single-season records for touchdowns (29) and points (174) … Those records were previously held by former University of Iowa and Atlanta Falcon standout Tim Dwight … In final prep season, rushed for 1,601 yards and 26 touchdowns en route to earning Iowa High School Coaches Association All-State first team honors, Des Moines Register All-State second team honors and the Cedar Rapids Metro Football Player of the Year … Also earned IHSCA All-State first team honors as a junior and second team accolades by the Des Moines Register … Named MVP of Iowa’s 2011 Shrine Bowl, rushing for 60 yards on 15 carries … Three-time first team all-conference honoree.
Personal: Major is undeclared … Son of Greg and Amy Garman.
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