As a running back with the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League, Rico Dowdle. He weighs 98 kg and is 1.80 m tall. He played varsity football at A.C. Reynolds High School, accumulating 2,545 yards and 51 rushing touchdowns on 247 carries. He completed 1,434 yards worth of passes, 11 touchdowns, and four interceptions in addition to his 55-yard touchdown reception.
For his 63 touchdowns in total, a WNC single-season record, he was named All-WNC Player of the Year, Parade All-American, and All-state. Following high school, he enrolled at the University of South Carolina, where he played NCAA football for the Gamecocks.
After having surgery in the off-season to recover from a sports hernia, he was forced to miss the first four games as a rookie. Despite suffering groin concerns that kept him from practicing over the offseason, he finished as the team’s second-leading rusher in his senior year with 108 carries for 498 yards and 4 running touchdowns.
He finished 39 games with 2,167 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns, which placed him 15th all-time at the institution. Eight of his games have saw him rush for at least 100 yards, including his best performance of 226 yards. He took part in the 2020 East-West Shrine Bowl and racked up 50 rushing yards. Dowdle was a free agent after the 2020 NFL Draft in April, and the Dallas Cowboys signed him.
Where Is Rico Dowdle From?
Rico Dowdle is from Asheville, North Carolina in the United States of America.