Grayson leads the way with 153 yards and two touchdowns
Rams conclude second year of spring football under Head Coach Jim McElwain
McElwain won't name starter during spring camp
Rams enter final week of spring ball
Rams travel to Infinity Park on Friday
Photos from 4-13-13 practice at Infinity Park in Glendale, Colo. (Photos by Don Reichert)
Photos from Friday's spring practice as they prepare for Saturday's public scrimmage.
Pictures from Saturday's spring practice (Photos taken by Stu Buchanan)
Colorado State vs. New Mexico
Colorado State vs. New Mexico; Nov. 24, 2012
Career Division I games played/started: 6/4 (6/4 in 2012).
2012 (freshman): Injuries to the quarterback unit rushed Conner Smith into action for the final six games. Smith, who started four games, led the team passing for 1,022 yards and six TDs.
Did not play; redshirted as a true freshman in his first season of college eligibility.
High School: A two-sport star and two-year starting quarterback at Travis High School in Fort Bend, a suburb southwest of Houston, was a Houston Chronicle Top 100 selection after his senior season...Also was rated the 12th-best quarterback in Texas by ESPN Rise...A West Regional finalist for the Elite 11, was featured as a Next-Level Athlete by FOX Sports, and noted as a top quarterback in Dave Campbell's Texas Football Preview...Additionally, was rated the top quarterback at the 2009 Army All-American Combine...Earned honorable-mention all-district honors as a senior after passing for 1,039 yards and six TDs, starting every game for THS...Also ran for two TDs, as the Tigers won the District 23-5A title and earned a berth in the first round of the state playoffs...As a junior in 2009, threw for 1,020 yards and seven TDs, with four INTs...Head football coach was Randy Cunningham...Lettered twice in football and is expected to graduate with two letters in baseball...Owned 4.9-second speed in the 40-yard dash and bench pressed 275 pounds...Had a 3.0 GPA...Also recruited by Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Arkansas, Texas A&M and UTEP.