Including draftee Tanner Hawkinson, a total of nine former Kansas football players are moving on to NFL opportunities
As a junior (2004): Played in all 11 games and made four starts in the KU backfield ... Finished second on the team with 309 yards on the ground ... Averaged 3.6 yards per carry on 87 attempts ... Propelled the Jayhawks to victory in the regular-season finale by rushing for a season-best 118 yards on a career-high 32 carries against Missouri ... Scored his lone touchdown of the season in that game against the Tigers ... Finished sixth on the team with 16 receptions for 138 yards ... Averaged 8.6 yards per catch ... Posted a season-high four catches against Missouri ... Collected a season-high 62 receiving yards on a pair of catches against Northwestern ... Averaged 40.6 all-purpose yards per game.
As a sophomore (2003): Earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors after rushing for a team-best 968 yards on 204 carries (4.7 per carry) ... Started all 13 of KU's games during the season ... Carried the ball 19 times for a season-high 117 yards in KU's win over UNLV ... Had three 100-yard rushing games during the season ... Was second only to Bill Whittemore with six rushing touchdowns ... Excelled as a receiver out of the backfield and finished third on the team with 44 receptions -- the most-ever in a single-season by a KU running back ... With at least one reception in every game, Green has caught at least one pass in KU's last 24 contests.
As a redshirt freshman (2002): The team's leading rusher with 813 yards on 217 carries and three touchdowns ... Appeared in all 12 games with 10 starts ... The Jayhawks' second-leading receiver with 37 receptions for 408 yards ... With 37 catches, Green broke the school record for receptions by a running back in a single season previously held by Arnold Snell with 34 receptions in 1986 ... Led KU in rushing in nine of 12 games and was the Jayhawks' top receiver in three games ... Set career-bests with 160 yards on 29 carries against OSU on Nov. 16 ... Had three or more receptions in nine games ... Averaged 67.8 yards in total offense per game which was the second-most on the team ... Finished the season fifth on the team in scoring with 24 points ... Won the coaches' award for offensive player of the week four times (vs. Southwest Missouri State, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma State).
As a freshman (2001): Redshirted.
High School: A standout his senior season at Robinson High School ... Rushed for 1,400 yards during his final prep season ... Showed versatility in the backfield, playing either running back or fullback during his career ... Also a standout on defense, playing linebacker and safety during his prep career.
Personal: An American studies major ... Son of Mary Moore ... Was high school teammates with former Vanderbilt running back Kwane Doster.