2003: Saw action in 10 games and earned six starts ... Was second on the team in rushing with 424 yards on 89 carries and a touchdown ... Also tallied 11 receptions ... Earned his first collegiate start against FAU and responded with 84 yards on 14 attempts ... Collected 35 yards on six carries at Georgia ... Also had two receptions each against FAU and Georgia ... Led the Blue Raiders with 62 yards rushing on 13 attempts at Clemson ... Tallied 71 yards rushing at Missouri ... Had just three carries before suffering an injury ... Sat out the NMSU game with a toe injury ... Had four carries for 12 yards at Idaho ... Did not play against North Texas ... Led the Blue Raiders in rushing against Utah State with 50 yards on eight attempts ... Also scored his first touchdown of the season against the Aggies ... Led the Blue Raiders on the ground against Louisiana-Lafayette with 67 yards while also catching four passes for 38 yards.
2002: Played in 11 games and finished with 227 yards rushing and two touchdowns ... Rushed for a season-high 86 yards on nine carries and a touchdown against Utah State ... His scoring play against USU covered 63 yards, which was a career-long run ... Collected 45 rushing yards on only four attempts at New Mexico State ... Scored on a 4-yard run at Alabama and finished with five carries for 18 yards ... Registered 22 yards on two carries in the win over Louisiana-Monroe ... Over the team's final four games, Calloway averaged 9.1 yards a carry (20-181).
2001: Competed in the team's first six games of the season before seeing his year end with a broken ankle against North Texas (third quarter) ... Was third on the team in rushing with 35 carries for 172 yards and two touchdowns ... In a win over Troy State, Calloway came off the bench to rush 20 times for a season best 95 yards and two scores ... Had 24 yards on seven carries at Louisiana-Monroe and rang uup 24 yards on only three carries before getting hurt against the Mean Green ... Hauled in a total of five catches on the season with two each against Idaho and North Texas.
2000: Played in nine games as a true freshman and finished as the team's second leading rusher ... Totaled 420 yards on 83 carries (5.1) and seven touchdowns ... Also tallied nine receptions for 169 yards and a touchdown ... Calloway saved his best for last when he stepped in for the injured Dwone Hicks in the season finale to rush for a career best 108 yards (career best 25 carries) and three touchdowns, while also adding five catches for a personal best 136 yards and a 59-yard touchdown in a two overtime win against Louisiana-Lafayette ... Rushed for 92 yards on 17 carries against Murray State to go along with two touchdowns ... In a win at Connecticut, Calloway had 80 rushing yards on12 carries, while also collecting two touchdowns ... Had a career long run of 42 yards at Connecticut ... Rang up 68 yards on 11 attempts against Mississippi State, including a 25-yard run.
High School: Rang up 6,385 yards rushing and an incredible 69 touchdowns during his four-year career at Miller Co. ... Tabbed the Georgia Player of the Year (for all divisions) by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association ... Earned the Georgia Class A State Player of the Year award in 1999 after guiding Miller Co. to the semifinals of the state playoffs ... Also named to the Class A All-State team ... Was able to churn up his career yardage total despite playing behind University of Georgia player Charles Grant for two seasons ... In the 1999 season opener, Calloway established new state records for yards and touchdowns in a single-game by registering 476 yards and eight touchdowns on 15 carries - he did all of that in just one half of action ... Also averaged 41.6 yards a punt in 1999, while blocking four himself (had 15 punt blocks during his career) ... Won four first place awards for his age division at a national weight lifting event during the summer of 1999.
Personal: Parents: Eddie and Author Calloway ... Born: 11/14/80 ... Major: Physical Education.