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Colon Bailey, Jr.
Colon Bailey, Jr.

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Manteo, NC

High School:
Manteo HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 223

Position:
RB

Birthdate:
11/20/1991

Experience:
Sr.

Major:
Art Education



04/25/2014

FSU Celebrates Student-Athletes at the Broncos Sport Awards Ceremony

Tyrell Tate and Joylene Thompson name Student-Athletes of the Year

10/20/2013

FSU BRONCOS STAMPEDES JOHNSON C. SMITH 35-26

Derek Bryant Made His First Career Start at QB

10/12/2013

Shaw Defeats Fayetteville State 44-34

Turnovers hamper Broncos Early Success

08/01/2013

MICHAEL JOHNSON & COLON BAILEY, JR. NAMED PRESEASON ALL-AMERICANS

Johnson Named First Team; Bailey Placed On Second

07/25/2013

FSU FOOTBALL PICKED NINTH IN CIAA PRESEASON POLL

Colon Bailey, Jr. Tabbed Preseason ALL-CIAA

09/04/2013

FSU-VSU Weekly Press Conference

FSUBroncos.com Pigskin Press Talk with Lawrence Kershaw

2012 Statistics
2011 Statistics

2010 Statistics


2012: Named the Most Valuable Offensive Player...Played in all ten games with three starts...Became the first FSU running back since Clifton Davis in 1994 to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season; and fourth in school history with ten or more touchdowns...Finished the year with 1,015 yards on 178 carries and ten touchdowns...Ranked in the top 35 nationally in rushing...Was fourth in the CIAA in rushing yards per game,and fifth in rushing yards and touchdowns...Broke the school record for most rushing yardsin a game with 288, and three touchdowns, against Livingstone (10/27)...Was named the CIAA Offensive Back of the Week twice and the Boxtorow National Player of the Week on Oct. 31...Recorded three straight games of 100 yards or more rushing against Johnson C. Smith (10/13), Saint Augustine's (10/20) and Livingstone...Posted two 200-yard rushing performance against Saint Augustine's, 220 yards, and Livingstone...Compiled at least two touchdowns per game during the three-game stretch...Had a long run of 40 yards against Livingstone...Caught five passes for 28 yards; and a long of 12 in season finale against No. 2 Winston-Salem State (11/3).

2011: Appeared in eight games with two starts...Started in the season opener against UNC Pembroke (9/3) and then against Winston-Salem State (9/24)...Led the team in rushing with 637 and 12 touchdowns on 148 carries...Averaged 70.8 yards rushing per game and 4.3 yards per carry...Had a long run of 25 yards...Caught six passes for 57 yards, including a long reception of 17 yards...Recorded two 100-yard rushing games...Rushed for 149 yards and two touchdowns on 28 carries against Shaw (10/15); and 135 yards and three touchdowns on 27 carries at Johnson C. Smith (10/29)...Ran for two or more touchdowns in four games...Registered three touchdowns on seven carries against Virginia State (10/8)...Had a season-high 22 yards receiving on two catches in season finale at Virginia Union (11/5)...Also had two catches for 17 yards in season opener with UNC Pembroke (9/3).

2010:
Played in a total of five games...Rushed for 51 yards on 11 carries and one touchdown...Averaged 4.6 yards per carry and had a long run of 15 yards...Caught one pass for 20 yards against Virginia State (10/9)...Scored first collegiate touchdown against Livingstone (10/23)...Ran for a season-high 20 yards in the Virginia State contest...Registered 11 yards rushing on two carries in his first game as a Bronco.

High School:
Played running back, fullback and inside linebacker at Manteo High School...Was a three-year starter and letterwinner...Finished prep career with 3,647 yards and 40 touchdowns on 341 carries...Rushed 108 times for 2,002 yards and 25 touchdowns during senior seasons; also added 137 tackles, two sacks and two fumble recoveries on the defensive side of the ball...Named Four Rivers Conference Player of the Year and Team MVP in 2009...Selected to the All-Albermarle Team and Team MVP in 2008...Voted the 2008-09 Manteo High School Athlete of the Year.

Personal: Is undecided on a major.

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