Coach Mangurian on Marcorus Garrett: Has gotten bigger and stronger this spring, which should pay off as far as staying healthy. Leads by example and when he talks his teammates listen. Must continue to improve his eyes and seeing the correct reads as the defense moves. Seldom repeats a mistake. Has improved as a pass blocker, but still needs to be more consistent. Knows our protections and can adjust.
2012: Named first team All-Ivy League ... started all 10 games ... totaled 208 rushes for 957 yards with five touchdowns ... his 957 yards rank third all-time in Columbia history for single-season rushing yards ... averaged second most rushing yards per game (95.7) in conference games in the Ivy League ... caught 22 passes for 158 yards with two touchdowns ... totaled 30 carries for 115 yards and one touchdown against Marist ... racked up 168 yards on 30 carries with a long of 64 against Fordham ... registered 118 yards rushing with 55 yards receiving and two touchdowns against Penn ... had a season-high 187 yards on 25 carries against Cornell with an Ivy League long touchdown run of 86 yards... his 187 yards versus Cornell were the most by a Columbia player since Jonathan Reese totaled 201 against Lafayette on October 7, 2000 ... averaged second most rushing yards per game (95.7) in conference games in the Ivy League.
2011: Played in seven games ... totaled 83 rushes for 232 yards ... scored first collegiate touchdown vs. Sacred Heart.
2010: Played in five games ... totaled eight rushes for 63 yards with a long of 36 yards ... Week 3 v. Princeton totaled 43 yards on four carries.
At Alan C. Pope: Earned four letters in both football and track ... named first team all-county by Marietta Daily Journal and Cobb Touchdown Club as a senior ... ran for 1,213 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2009 ... also added 13 catches for 204 yards and a score ... accumulated 1,034 all-purpose yards and eight touchdowns as a junior.
Personal: Political science major.