Nevada Wolf Pack running back Stefphon Jefferson (25) against the Arizona Wildcats in the first quarter of the 2012 New Mexico Bowl at University Stadium. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)
One of the most decorated running backs in the nation this season has officially signed with a sports agency, according to News 4 Reno.
The 5-foot-10, 210-pound junior was the proverbial bullet in soon-to-be-retired head coach Chris Ault’s innovative “pistol offense”, finishing the 2012 season with 1,883 yards on 375 carries and 24 touchdowns. His final statistics include the team’s New Mexico Bowl loss to Arizona.
Jefferson’s 144.8 yards per game average was good for second in the nation.
While he has not officially declared his intentions of entering the NFL Draft, he has signed with Kelli Master Management. Such a move generally makes student-athletes ineligible for future collegiate football.
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