Villanova: Top notch running back with shifty moves; Has the ability to run inside and outside; Expected to be an offensive force in 2010.
2009: Named third team All-CAA; Played in 15 games and had 165 carries for 794 yards and six touchdowns and four catches for 28 yards; Carried nine times for 21 yards and had two catches for seven yards versus Temple; Registered nine carries for 57 yards and one touchdowns versus Lehigh; Credited with seven rushes for 25 yards and one reception for 11 yards versus Penn; Tallied fifth career 100-yard rushing game versus Northeastern with seven carries for 109 yards and a touchdown; Recorded 13 rushes for 50 yards versus William & Mary; Totaled 14 carries for 57 yards at New Hampshire; Posted 15 rushes for 41 yards at JMU; Had 14 carries for 99 yards and one score at Rhode Island; Tallied nine rushes for 21 yards and one catch for 10 yards at Richmond; Recorded eight carries for 34 yards and two scores at Towson; Registered 11 carries for 49 yards versus Delaware; Credited with a career-high tying 23 carries for 99 yards and one touchdown in first round of NCAA playoffs versus Holy Cross; Carried 12 times for 46 yards in NCAA quarterfinals versus New Hampshire; Totaled seven carries for 35 yards versus William & Mary; Recorded seven carries for 51 yards against Montana in National Championship game.
2008: Earned second team All-CAA accolades; Became just the third Wildcat to rush for 1,000 yards in a season when he tallied 1,081 yards rushing in 215 carries (5.0 yards per carry) and 13 touchdowns; Led the team in touchdowns with 13; Finished second on the team in scoring with 78 points; Registered four 100-yard rushing games; Had 15 carries for 55 yards and a score at WVU; Tallied 17 carries for 66 yards and one touchdown versus Lehigh; Had 11 rushes for 45 yards versus Penn; Garnered CAA Offensive Player of the Week honors for his play versus Richmond when he had 18 carries for 123 yards and two touchdowns, including a career-long 63-yard scamper for a score; Posted a career-high 137 yards rushing on 22 carries and one score at William & Mary; Credited with 10 carries for 95 yards and one touchdown at Rhode Island; Tallied 23 rushes for 108 yards against James Madison; Registered 91 rushing yards on 17 carries and one touchdown at Northeastern; Had 15 rushes for 73 yards against New Hampshire; Made a career-high tying 23 rushes for 62 yards and two touchdowns versus Towson; Recorded 20 carries for 105 yards and two touchdowns, including a 50-yard scoring run, against Delaware; Registered 15 carries for 92 yards and two touchdowns versus Colgate in first round of NCAA playoffs; Totaled nine rushes for 29 yards versus JMU in second round of the NCAA playoffs.
2007: Played in 10 games and had 47 carries for 247 yards (5.3 yards per rush) and one touchdown; Had one carry for -2 yards versus Lehigh; Tallied 12 carries for 59 yards versus Penn; Registered three rushes for nine yards at JMU; Recorded 11 rushes for 68 yards against William & Mary; Totaled two carries for 11 yards at Massachusetts; Credited with three carries for five yards versus Hofstra; Had one rush for two yards at Richmond; Tallied eight rushes for 46 yards, including a two-yard scoring run for his first career score versus Towson; Amassed nine carries for 49 yards versus Delaware.
Cabrillo High School: Three-year letterwinner in football and track; Played tailback and defensive back; Two-time All-Moore League and All-CIF selection; Named his team's Offensive Player of the Year as a junior; Chosen as Hardest Practice Player as a sophomore; Tallied 227 carries for 1,300 yards his senior year; Had 150 carries for 1,297 yards as a junior; Ran the 100-meter dash in 10.67; Member of the Honor Roll.
Personal: Graduated May, 2010 with a Sociology degree; Currently pursuing a Communications Major; Born 9/5/88 in Los Angeles, Calif.; Son of Dennis Ball and Monique Turner; Siblings are Danielle (19), Isiah (14) and Marc (14).