Was Wake Forest's starting fullback coming out of training camp ... Carried six times for seven yards vs. Boston College (Sept. 1) ... Suffered a torn ACL in Week 2 vs. Nebraska and underwent surgery ... Missed the remainder of the season and spring drills ... Is expected back at full speed by the start of 2008 training camp.
Played in 14 games as the team's starting fullback ... Drew eight starting assignments ... The team's top threat to run or catch in short yardage and goal line situations ... Was the team's fifth-leading rusher and sixth-leading receiver ... Carried 51 times for 227 yards and three touchdowns ... Made 12 receptions for 80 yards ... Carried for a season-high 36 yards on three carries, including a 33-yard touchdown run at Florida State ... Also rushed for a score at Connecticut ... His touchdown run on fourth-and-goal at Maryland accounted for the final points in the win that clinched the ACC's Atlantic Division championship.
2005 (Redshirt Freshman):
Played in all 11 games and started the first two games of the year against Vanderbilt and Nebraska ... A key member of Wake Forest's rushing attack that paved the way for ACC Player of the Year Chris Barclay ... Helped the Deacons to lead the conference in rushing, averaging more than 197 yards per game ... Made at least one reception in the first six games of the year and in eight of the 11 games ... Carried 17 times for 60 yards and a touchdown ... Made 13 receptions for 85 yards and two touchdowns ... His two receiving touchdowns tied for the team lead ... Had seven touches inside the red zone and five resulted in first downs or touchdowns ... In his career debut against Vanderbilt, carried four times for five yards and a touchdown ... Also had a reception ... Rushed three times for 13 yards and had two catches for 13 yards at Nebraska ... Made two catches against East Carolina for eight yards and his first career receiving touchdown ... Rushed twice for six yards against Clemson with one reception for 13 yards ... Rushed once at Florida State for one yard with one catch for five yard ... Played at Boston College but did not record any stats ... Had one catch against NC State for 18 yards ... Had a 13-yard carry against Duke ... Rushed twice at Georgia Tech for 10 yards to go with three catches for 14 yards and a touchdown ... Had one carry against Miami for four yards.
2004 (True Freshman):
Redshirted the season as a true freshman ... Came to Wake Forest as a linebacker, but moved to fullback during the year.
Collected 40 tackles as a high school senior ... An all-around threat, compiling over 2,000 all-purpose yards, including 1,800 rushing yards ... Named the team's Best Offensive player three straight years ... Earned first team all-area and all-conference honors ... Named the NCHSAA 3A Player of the Week after a 287-yard rushing performance with three TDs ... Also a basketball standout, averaging 7.3 points, 8.0 assists, 6.7 rebounds and 2.3 steals as a senior... ran a 4.6 40-yard ... Coached by J.W. Montgomery at East Chapel Hill.
Majoring in history ... Born July 19, 1986 in Fayetteville, N.C. ... Son of Pamela Belton ... Guardians are Peggy and Jeff Vance ... Chose to attend Wake Forest because of the academics and Coach Grobe.