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Michael Dyer
RB #40
Height:
5-9
Weight:
220
College:
Louisville
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Signed by Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent, May 11, 2015.

Signed by Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent, May 11, 2015…Signed by Raiders after participating on a tryout basis at the team’s rookie mini-camp in May…Played two years at Louisville after playing first two collegiate seasons at Auburn…Also attended Arkansas State, but redshirted his lone season prior to transferring to Louisville…Played in 17 games with six starts at Louisville…Totaled 154 carries for 704 yards and seven TDs…As a senior, played in nine games with five starts…Rushed for 481 yards on 110 attempts with five TDs…Totaled 173 yards on 24 carries with one TD against North Carolina State…Racked up 134 yards on 28 attempts with three TDs against Florida State…As a junior, appeared in eight games with one start…Totaled 223 yards and two TDs on 44 carries despite missing final portion of season due to injury…Rushed for 48 yards and one TD in Louisville debut against Ohio…Had 11 carries for 62 yards in first Louisville start against Kentucky…As a sophomore at Auburn, saw action in 12 games…Led team and finished 20th in the nation in rushing 1,242 yards and 10 TDs…Registered six 100-yard games…Carried the ball a career-high 41 times for 141 yards and one TD against South Carolina…Rushed 18 times for 150 yards and two TDs against Mississippi State…Racked up 177 yards on the ground on 27 carries against Mississippi…As a freshman, appeared in 14 games with eight starts…Named to the SEC Coaches’ All-Freshman Team…Selected a Collegefootballnews.com second-team Freshman All-American…Ranked second on team in rushing with 1,093 yards on 182 carries…Set program’s freshman record for rushing yards, eclipsing mark of 829 yards set by Bo Jackson in 1982…Had 14 carries for 95 yards and one TD against Arkansas State…Made first career start against Clemson and rushed 16 times for 69 yards…Had 100 yards on 23 carries against South Carolina…Posted 100 yards on 15 carries against LSU…Totaled a season-high 180 yards on 21 carries against Mississippi…Earned offensive MVP honors in the BCS National Championship Game against Oregon, rushing for 143 yards on 22 carries…Attended Little Rock (Ark.) Christian Academy…Nation’s top-rated running back by ESPN.com/Scouts, Inc. …The No. 5 ranked prospect in ESPNU-150…Ranked 11th on Rivals.com’s Rivals-100…The No. 2 ranked running back by Rivals.com and Scout.com…Named to the 2010 Parade All-American Football Team…Participated in the 2010 Under Armour All-American game…Named the Arkansas 2009 Gatorade Player of the Year…Ranked as the No. 1 player in Arkansas and an All-American by SuperPrep…Finished high school career with 8,097 rushing yards and 84 TDs…As a senior, rushed for 2,502 yards and 31 TDs…As a junior, totaled 1,984 rushing yards with 19 TDs…As a sophomore, had 279 carries for 2,710 yards with 28 TDs…Gained 901 yards on 131 rushing attempts with six TDs as a freshman.

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