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Jehuu Caulcrick
Jehuu Caulcrick

Hometown:
Findley Lake, N.Y.

High School:
Clymer

Weight:
255

Position:
RB

Birthdate:
08/06/1983

Experience:
4L


10/14/2006

Michigan State vs. Ohio State

Michigan State vs. Ohio State

Career Stats in PDF Format

Four-year letterman rushed for 2,395 career yards (4.5 avg.), ranking 10th all-time in MSU history . . . his 39 rushing TDs are second-best all-time at MSU, four behind Lorenzo White's record 43 . . . his 40 total touchdowns (39 rushing, one receiving) are good for third best in MSU history . . . his 532 career rushing attempts rank seventh most in Spartan history . . . AS A SENIOR: Honorable mention All-Big Ten selection by the media . . . Jerome Bettis-type running back was voted one of four captains by his teammates as a senior . . . led Big Ten and ranked 11th in the nation in scoring with 9.7 ppg. . . . his 21 rushing TDs in 2007 set a Michigan State single-season record and tied for the ninth-best season mark in Big Ten history . . . the 21 TDs were also the most total TDs in one season for a Spartan . . . scored the most points by a Spartan in one season with 126 in 2007, and his 240 career points are seventh most in MSU history . . . finished eighth in the Big Ten with 67.0 rushing ypg. . . . tallied career highs in yards (872) and carries (222) . . . preseason honorable mention All-America selection by Street & Smith's . . . named Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week after scoring a career-high four touchdowns vs. UAB, all in the first half, including the first three possessions . . . the four rushing TDs tied MSU's first-half record and tied for second most in a game in school history . . . scored on carries of 1, 5, 42 and 5 yards . . . his 42-yard score was the longest rushing TD of his career . . . only playing in the first half, finished with 93 yards on 10 carries (9.3 avg) . . . ran for 5-yard score in the third quarter to give MSU a 21-14 lead vs. Bowling Green . . . rushed for 71 yards on a then-career-best 21 carries (3.4 avg) vs. Pitt, including a 2-yard TD run in the first quarter . . . rushed for 83 yards on 20 carries (4.2 avg) at Notre Dame . . . scored two rushing TDs at Wisconsin, both 2-yard runs in the first quarter . . . finished with 73 yards on 17 carries (4.3 avg) . . . rushed for two TDs and 32 yards on 11 carries (2.9 avg) vs. Northwestern . . . crossed the 2,000-yard mark for his career with 94 yards on a then-career-high 23 carries (4.1 avg) vs. Indiana . . . scored three rushing TDs against the Hoosiers with runs of 1, 2 and 3 yards . . . scored three rushing TDs at Iowa . . . two came on 1-yard scores in the first half . . . his third TD came in the first overtime to give MSU a 27-20 lead . . . rushed for 84 yards vs. Michigan, his highest career rushing total in four games against the Wolverines . . . rushed for two TDs at Purdue, giving him 20 for the season and establishing an MSU single-season record . . . also set the MSU single-season record for total TDs in a season (20) . . . in addition, he set an MSU single-season record for points scored (120, previous record: 114 by Blake Ezor) . . . capped 17-point MSU comeback with game-winning 1-yard TD with 4:08 left in fourth quarter vs. Penn State . . . finished with 99 yards on 22 carries (4.5 avg), a career high against the Nittany Lions . . . rushed for 59 yards on 15 carries (3.9 avg) in Champs Sports Bowl . . . AS A JUNIOR: Appeared in 11 of 12 games, including six starts at running back (vs. Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State, Northwestern, Purdue and Minnesota) . . . sat out the Eastern Michigan game with a sprained foot . . . finished third on the team in rushing with 426 yards on 108 carries (3.9 avg.) . . . led the Spartans in rushing touchdowns (6 in 2006) for the second-straight year . . . scored at least one rushing TD in each of his first five games . . . rushed eight times for 111 yards vs. No. 12 Notre Dame, including a 30-yard TD run in the third quarter . . . had a season-high 17 carries for 64 yards at Pittsburgh and scored twice . . . gained 50 yards on 12 attempts in the season opener vs. Idaho, including a 2-yard TD run early in the fourth quarter . . . had a career-best 15 catches for 123 yards (8.2 avg.) . . . his first career TD reception, an 18-yarder from Drew Stanton midway through the third quarter at Northwestern, sparked MSU's second-half comeback . . . caught three passes for 28 yards vs. Illinois . . .


AS A SOPHOMORE: Saw action in all 11 games in 2005 . . . rushed 89 times for 478 yards (5.4 avg.) and a team-leading seven touchdowns . . . scored a rushing TD in four-consecutive games (against Michigan, Ohio State, Northwestern and Indiana) during a midseason stretch . . . gained 59 yards on 10 carries vs. Indiana, including a 1-yard TD plunge late in the third quarter . . . picked up 50 yards on seven attempts vs. Michigan, including a 1-yard TD run late in the second quarter . . . ran 10 times for 57 yards in the Big Ten opener vs. Illinois . . . earned the first start of his collegiate career vs. Notre Dame . . . led the team in rushing in the first two games of the 2005 season . . . rushed for 89 yards on a career-high 20 attempts vs. Hawaii . . . recorded his second career 100-yard game, rushing for 140 yards on 14 carries in the season opener vs. Kent State while scoring a career-best three TDs . . . his 40-yard run around right end set up his second TD against the Golden Flashes, a 5-yard gallop in the second quarter . . . caught five passes for 53 yards (10.6 avg.) . . . AS A FRESHMAN: Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team by The Sporting News . . . appeared in 11 of 12 games in 2004 (DNP vs. Rutgers in the season opener) . . . ranked fourth on the team in rushing with 619 yards on 113 carries (5.5 avg.) . . . his five rushing touchdowns tied Drew Stanton for second on the team . . . gained a career-best 146 yards on 13 carries vs. Wisconsin, including a 1-yard TD run in the third quarter . . . his 59-yard gallop in the fourth quarter against the Badgers set up another score . . . carried the ball 13 times for 94 yards vs. Minnesota, including TD runs of 18 and 10 yards . . . picked up 85 rushing yards on 16 attempts vs. Illinois . . . had 14 rushes for 54 yards vs. Indiana . . . rushed for a team-high 85 yards on 15 carries vs. Notre Dame . . . ran 15 times for 67 yards in his collegiate debut vs. Central Michigan, including a 7-yard TD run in the third quarter . . . had one catch each vs. Penn State (21 yards) and Ohio State (6) . . . 2003 SEASON: Redshirted . . . selected Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week on three occasions (vs. Louisiana Tech, Minnesota and Penn State) . . . named Scout Team Special Teams Player of the Week vs. Notre Dame . . . HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: SuperPrep All-American . . . ranked among the nation's top fullbacks by SuperPrep (No. 2) and Rivals.com (No. 5) . . . rated among New York's top 15 players by SuperPrep (No. 4) . . . named to PrepStar's All-Eastern Team . . . three-time all-state and All-Western New York selection . . . named Player of the Year by The Buffalo News and The Post-Journal . . . selected Class D Player of the Year by the New York State Sportswriters Association . . . also presented the Connolly Cup by the Riverside Athletic Club . . . Western New York Player of the Year rushed for 2,161 yards and 28 touchdowns as a senior . . . his 2,161 rushing yards mark the fifth-best singleseason total in Western New York history . . . gained 1,670 yards on 205 carries and scored 33 TDs as a junior . . . produced 256 yards and four rushing TDs vs. Clyde-Savannah in the 2001 Far West Regionals . . . became Western New York's all-time rushing leader with 6,559 career yards . . . his 100 career rushing TDs broke Western New York's scoring record . . . led Clymer (N.Y.) High School to four-straight Section VI Class D championships and four-consecutive appearances in the state final four . . . played for Coach Howard McMullen at Clymer . . . runs 4.41 in the 40 . . . won Class C/D title in the shot put with his throw of 54-8 3/4 . . . son of Bonita Karr and Kevin McChesney . . . born Aug. 6, 1983, in Liberia . . . participated in the "Teams for Toys" program in December 2005, collecting and distributing gifts to needy children in the Lansing area . . . majoring in sociology.