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#29 Broderick Green
Position: RB/FB
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 244
Year: Senior
City/State: Little Rock, Ark.
High School: Pulaski Academy
Other College: Southern California
Experience: 2 Letters
Broderick Green
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 07/20/2011

CAREER SUMMARY: Green has appeared in 26 games with five starts since transferring to Arkansas prior to the 2009 season. At Arkansas, he has collected 807 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns, including a school-record 99 yarder, as well as 146 receiving yards and one touchdown. He was injured during spring practice and is expected to miss the 2011 season.

2010: He appeared in all 13 games with two starts for the Razorbacks. He finished the season with 365 rushing yards and three touchdowns on the ground and added six receptions for 42 yards. He piled up a season-high 75 rushing yards with one touchdown on 15 carries and added a season-high 21 receiving yards on two catches in the Razorbacks' 58-21 victory vs. UTEP. He also returned one kickoff for 20 yards against the Miners. He opened the season with 23 rushing yards and one touchdown on nine carries and added one three-yard reception in a 44-3 win vs. Tennessee Tech. He compiled 45 rushing yards on 12 carries in UA's 31-7 win vs. ULM, his first start of the season. In Arkansas' 31-24 win at Georgia, Green rushed for 41 yards on 11 carries and added a two-yard reception. In his other start, he gained 25 yards on 10 carries and had two receptions for 16 yards vs. No. 1 Alabama. He carried the ball a career-high 18 times and gained 58 yards in Arkansas' 24-17 win vs. Texas A&M. He carried the ball eight times for 28 yards and one touchdown at No. 7 Auburn. He gained one yard on one carry in Arkansas' 38-24 win vs. Ole Miss. He gained 26 yards on five carries in UA's 41-20 victory at No. 18 South Carolina. He earned 11 yards on seven rushes in the Razorbacks' 49-14 win vs. Vanderbilt and carried twice for three yards in their 38-31 double-overtime victory at No. 22 Mississippi State. He recorded 29 rushing yards on six carries in the Razorbacks' 31-23 win vs. No. 6 LSU. He capped the season with two kickoff returns for 33 total yards vs. No. 6 Ohio State in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

2009: Green played in all 13 games with three starts (Eastern Michigan, South Carolina and Mississippi State). He led the Razorbacks in rushing with 104 carries for 442 yards and 11 rushing touchdowns. His 12 total touchdowns tied for the 17th-highest total in the SEC, while his 11 rushing touchdowns ranked fifth in the league and his nine rushing touchdowns in home games led the SEC and were tied for 14th nationally. Green had the longest run by any player in the nation in 2009 with a 99-yard touchdown rush against Eastern Michigan, which set the Arkansas record for the longest run in school history. He became the second player in SEC history to take one 99 yards. He had seven touchdown runs in the last six games of the year and scored in eight of the 13 games on the season. He turned in three two-touchdown performances in 2009 (vs. Auburn, vs. Eastern Michigan and vs. South Carolina). He opened the season with a team-leading 10 carries for 30 yards against Missouri State, including a touchdown. He averaged 5.0 yards per carry at No. 3 Alabama. He ran the ball a then-career-high 11 times against Texas A&M for 28 yards while also catching his first pass out of the backfield for eight yards and a touchdown. He had the first two-touchdown game of his season against Auburn on runs of two and three yards. Green turned in a then-career-best 40 rushing yards on 10 carries at No. 1 Florida and caught two passes for 23 yards and had a rushing touchdown. He posted a career-best 134-yard effort against Eastern Michigan, which was the first 100-yard game of his career. In the contest, he averaged 14.9 yards on nine carries with a career-high-tying two touchdowns. He ran the ball a season-high 13 times against South Carolina and tied his career best with two touchdowns. At No. 17 LSU, he had eight carries for 20 yards, including an eight-yard run for his 11th rushing touchdown of the year. He led the Razorbacks in rushing in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl victory with 11 carries for 50 yards.
 
BEFORE ARKANSAS: He transferred to Arkansas in the spring of 2009 after two seasons at Southern California. In 2008, he appeared in six games and carried the ball 32 times for 168 yards and three touchdowns. In 2007, Green redshirted as a freshman tailback at USC. He sprained his foot in 2007 fall camp and re-sprained it in the middle of the season, which limited him. His 2006 high school honors included Parade All-American, Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, EA Sports All-American third team, Prep Star 100, Super Prep All-Southwest, Prep Star All-Southeast and Scout.com All-Southwest as a senior running back at Pulaski Academy. He ran for 2,000 yards and 23 touchdowns. As a junior in 2005, he made all-region, all-metro and all-conference while rushing for 1,664 yards on 196 carries (8.5 avg.) with 21 TDs and catching 45 passes for 563 yards (12.5 avg.) with five touchdowns. His high school coach was Kevin Kelley.

PERSONAL: Green was born on May 22, 1989, and is the son of Wilma Faye Nellums and the late Isaac Green. He is majoring in sociology. His brother, Greg Wesley, was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the third round of the 2000 NFL Draft.


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