The Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League have a running back named Rico Dowdle. The man is 98 kg and 1.80 m tall. While he was a student at A.C. Reynolds High School, he played high school football and racked up 247 carries for 2,545 yards and 51 rushing touchdowns. He caught a touchdown pass for 55 yards and completed passes for 1,434 yards, 11 touchdowns, and 4 interceptions.
He received numerous awards, including Parade All-American and All-state honors, and set a WNC single-season record with 63 total touchdowns. He was named All-WNC Player of the Year. Following his high school graduation, he enrolled at the University of South Carolina where he played NCAA football for the Gamecocks.
He underwent offseason surgery for a sports hernia as a freshman, which resulted in his missing the first four games. He ranked second on the team with 108 carries for 498 yards and 4 rushing touchdowns as a senior, although he was hampered over the offseason due to a groin injury. With 2,167 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns in 39 games, he came in at number 15 on the school’s all-time rushing chart.
Eight of his rushing performances totaled 100 yards, including one with a career-high 226 yards. He participated in the 2020 East-West Shrine Bowl and gained 50 yards on the ground. Following the 2020 NFL Draft in April 2020, Dowdle was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent.
Who Drafted Rico Dowdle?
Rico Dowdle was an undrafted free agent in the 2020 NFL Draft and was signed by the Dallas Cowboys.