2011: Appeared in three games before sustaining a season-ending injury to earn a medical redshirt ... Rushed for 105 yards and a school record four touchdowns in the season opener against Texas College (9/3) ... Became the first player in Lamar history with four touchdowns and also set a school record with 24 points in a single game ... Finished the season with 42 carries for 198 rushing yards (4.7 per carry) ... Added 18 carries for 56 yards at South Alabama (9/10) ... Other score came against Incarnate Word in his final game as he ran for 37 yards on four carries ... Long run of 21 yards also came against Incarnate Word ... Added three catches for 45 yards, picking up one catch in each of his three games ... Long reception was a 30-yard grab against UIW.
Junior College: Named Offensive MVP of the 2010 NJCAA national championship game after rushing for 106 yards and a touchdown in Navarro's 13-12 win over Butler CC ... Finished his sophomore season with 925 yards rushing and a 5.8 yards per carry average ... Ran for a season-high 164 yards against Trinity Valley CC, and finished the year with 10 rushing touchdowns.
High School: Finished his prep career as the all-time leading rusher in West Orange-Stark history with 3,257 yards ... Rushed for 1,394 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior ... Named first-team All-District 21-3A as a junior and senior.
Personal: DePauldrick Garrett was born on Sept. 14, 1989, in Orange, Texas ... Son of Paul Dove and Angela Garrett ... Majoring in general studies.