2008: Played in all 10 games ... totaled 95 all-purpose yards against Dartmouth, including a two-yard touchdown run, 70 receiving yards ... one of which was a season-best 45-yard catch ... and 25 rushing yards ... recorded 57 rushing yards against Princeton, with a three-yard touchdown run ... totaled 79 rushing yards on 19 carries against Penn ... scored a three-yard touchdown against Cornell.
2007: Played in all 10 games ... rushed for 50 yards and caught two passes for 16 yards vs. Dartmouth ... rushed for 21 yards and had 29 receiving yards, including a 25-yard catch vs. Harvard ... totaled 56 rushing yards and made two tackles vs. Brown.
2006: Saw playing time in seven games with starts vs. Penn and Yale ... totaled 58 receiving yards on nine catches ... rushed for eight yards on five carries and had one catch for six yards against Iona ... made one reception for a season-high 18 yards vs. Dartmouth ... had one tackle vs. Penn ... 16 receiving yards each against Harvard and Penn.
At Servite High: Earned three letters in football and one in track ... captain of football as a senior ... CURIA member in 2005 ... first team all-league ... first team All-CIF Division I ... selected to play in the Shrine All-Star game and the Orange County North-South game ... had 136 carries for 950 yards (7.0 yds. per rush) as a senior with nine touchdowns ... had 18 receptions with 220 yards and three touchdowns ... 32 tackles, 20 assists, one sack and three interceptions ... team won the league championship in 2005.
Personal: Political science major ... played ice hockey for 10 years and did not play football until high school ... 2006 National Hispanic Scholar ... 2006 National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete ... father, Ray, played two years of baseball at San Jose State ... Raymond Russell Rangel, b. 6/11/87 in Orange, Calif.