CAREER HIGHS Rushes: 8, vs. New Mexico (2009)
Rushing Yards: 57, at Houston (2009)
Rushing Touchdowns: 3, vs. New Mexico (2009)
Receptions: 6, vs. Kansas State (2009)
Receiving Yards: 90, vs. New Mexico (2009)
Receiving Touchdowns: 1, vs. New Mexico (2009)
Total Touchdowns: 4, vs. New Mexico (2009)
Longest Rush: 35, at Houston (2009)
Longest Reception: 62, vs. New Mexico (2009)
All-Purpose Yards: 128, vs. Oklahoma (2007)
* Indicates most recent high
2011 Scout team member.
2010 Played in 10 games (0 starts) with 18 carries for 103 yards (5.5 avg.) and made two catches for 16 yards on the season... carried once for 16 yards against Northwestern in the TicketCity Bowl (1/1) at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas... rushed six times for 36 yards and caught two passes for 16 yards against Weber State (11/20)... returned three kickoffs for 58 yards at No. 16 Oklahoma (11/13)... made one kick return for 18 yards and ran twice for seven yards out of the backfield against No. 14 Missouri (11/6)... carried once for a loss of four yards at Colorado (10/23)... made season debut rushing seven times for 44 yards at New Mexico (9/11).
2009 Caught two passes for 12 yards and rushed once for a gain of four in the bowl win over Michigan State ... rushed once against Baylor ... had a three-yard reception at Oklahoma State ... carried once for six yards against Kansas ... ran the ball three times for eight yards versus Texas A&M ... had two receptions for seven yards ... had two carries for 19 yards, including a 21-yard jaunt on 4th-&-1 ... also caught four passes ... totaled 102 all-purpose yards in the win over Kansas State ... rushed for 55 yards and caught six passes for 47 yards ... average 7.9 yards per carry ... career day against New Mexico with four touchdowns, three on the ground ... scored on runs of 1, 2 and 2 and crossed the line on a 62-yard reception ... finished the game with 119 all-purpose yards, including 90 yards receiving ... breakout game at Houston with 57 rushing yards on four carries, including a 13-yard score late in the first half ... rushed for a long of 35 that set up Tech's second touchdown of the game ... led the Red Raiders with 23 rushing yards on five carries versus Rice ... Recorded career highs in rushing yards (18), receiving yard (39) and receptions (five) against North Dakota.
2008 Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL Eisenhower High School in Lawton, Okla. ... an explosive ball carrier with impressive speed, he rushed for over 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns on only 164 carries, and caught 42 passes for 489 yards as a senior for the Eagles ... regarded as a four-star prospect and the No. 1 running back, and No. 4 overall player in the state on Rivals.com's Oklahoma Top 25 for 2008 ... also ranked the No. 11 overall all-purpose back in the nation by Rivals ... a three-star player listed as the No. 44 running back in the country by Scout.com ... listed as the No. 59 recruit on SuperPrep's `Midlands 86 for 2008', a region that encompasses 11 states ... represented the West team in the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State football game ... named to the 2007 OKPrepXtra.com Class 6A All-State First-Team ... led all players in Class 6A his junior year, gaining over 1,800 yards on the ground (2,069 yards from scrimmage) and finishing with 17 total touchdowns ... also a standout in track, he holds a reported personal-best of 10.28 in the 100m and 21.56 in the 200m ... chose Tech over Kansas State, Oklahoma State, SMU and Wyoming.
PERSONAL Harrison Tyrone Jeffers ... born on February 27, 1989 in Lawton, Okla. ... son of Joe and Loretta Jeffers ... has two older siblings Julius and Veronica ... majoring in arts and sciences.