2010: (16/14, 2/2) Led the team with a career-high 307 rushing attempts for 1,220 yards and a teamhigh 5 rushing TDs (tied with Willis McGahee)...Also finished second on the team with 63 receptions for 556 yards and 1 TD...Moved into second on team's all-time rushing chart (3,013 yards)...Was also third in the NFL with 1,776 combined yards...Only player in the NFL with at least 250 total touches who did not fumble in 2010
2009: (16/15, 2/2) Earned his first-career Pro Bowl nod after finishing second in the NFL in yards from scrimmage (2,041)...Became just the second player in franchise history to gain 2,000 scrimmage yards in a season (Jamal Lewis - 2,271 in 2003), while setting career highs in every category...His 1,339 rushing yards are the third highest total in franchise history...His 4 100-yard rushing games are tied for the third most in a single season in Ravens history...Also led the team – and all NFL RBs – with 78 receptions (for 702 yards and a TD) in addition to his 7 rushing TDs
2008: (13/4, 2/0) Finished third on the team with 107 carries for 454 yards, including a long of 60, despite missing the final three games of the season with a leg injury...Ranked fourth on the team with 33 receptions for 273 yards...Was part of a RB trio (Le'Ron McClain [902 yards] and Willis McGahee [671 yards]) who rushed for 2,027 of the Ravens' 2,376 yards in 2008
Two-time All-America second-team honoree and 2007 Doak Walker Award finalist (nation's top RB)…Entered the NFL Draft after his junior season...In 38 career games for the Scarlet Knights, Rice set all-time school rushing records with 910 attempts for 4,926 yards (5.4 avg.), 49 TDs and a long run of 90 yards...Rice is the first player in program history to rush for over 1,000 yards in three seasons...His string of eight consecutive 100-yard rushing games to close out 2007 set another school record, while his total of 25 100-yard games and six 200-yard rushing performances are also all-time Rutgers records...Rice's 49 TD runs are topped only by Lee Suggs of Virginia Tech (53, 1999-2002) in Big East history...Second-team All-America selection by The NFL Draft Report, The Sporting News, Walter Camp Football Foundation, Associated Press and Sports Illustrated, adding first-team honors from Rivals.com as a junior in 2007...Was a Doak Walker Award finalist, Maxwell Award (country's top player) semi-finalist and first-team All-Big East performer...Set Big East and school records with 2,012 yards on 380 attempts...Also set a Scarlet Knights' record with 24 rushing TDs and finished third nationally with an average of 154.8 ground yards per game...Second-team All-America selection by The NFL Draft Report, Walter Camp Foundation, Associated Press, The Sporting News, Sports Illustrated and Rivals.com as a sophomore in 2006…Was a communications major at Rutgers.
High School, Personal
Attended New Rochelle (NY) HS, where he was named to Madison Square Garden's All-Heisman Team, was a first-team All-State choice and garnered team offensive MVP honors as a senior...In his final prep campaign, he carried 112 times for 1,192 yards (10.6 avg.) and 31 TDs...As a junior, Rice piled up 1,332 yards and 21 scores on the ground...Also played point guard for the basketball team, leading his school to the state finals in 2003-04...Full name: Raymell Maurice Rice.
The Ray Rice Charitable Fund was established to streamline the Pro Bowl RB's community outreach in Baltimore and his hometown of New Rochelle (NY)...Focuses on supporting children through local hospitals and through events that foster growth and development within the community...Annually hosts a football camp for 600-plus youth in New Rochelle each June...Past tutors have included Joe Flacco and Michael Oher...For his support and commitment to the youth and public schools of New Rochelle, Ray received the Community Spirit Award from the New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence in March of 2010...Also works with children with developmental and physical disabilities, heavily influenced by his mother Janet, who teaches children with special needs...Annually supports Special Olympics Maryland and makes hospital and school visits, working with youth...Was honored with the Special Olympics DC Athletes' Choice Award at the annual NFL Players GALA, for his efforts in April 2010...Also involved in promoting Play 60, the NFL movement for an active generation, and has participated in hosting a football clinic for 100 Hispanic youth to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and Worldwide Day of Play, in addition to leading the Ravens' efforts in promoting Play 60 at local schools...Visited Grange Elementary, winner of the NFL Super School title in the Baltimore area and Langston Elementary in the spring of 2011...Joined Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in honoring Northwood Appold Community Academy as the Fuel Up to Play 60 Mayoral Challenge winner, and spoke to students about the importance of eating right and staying active...Has developed a strong relationship with the Helping Up Mission, annually working with the men's homeless shelter to provide winter coats, holiday dinners and resources to the homeless men in need...Hosted the Ray Rice Charitable Fund Easter Dinner in April 2011, combating homelessness by providing a hot meal and resources to the often overlooked population...Helped to provide nearly 400 people with food, clothing and toiletries...Was the honorary chairperson of the Paul's Place Touchdown for Pigtown II Gala (March, 2011), which raised over $90,000 for Pauls Place (offers more than a dozen services and programs to low-income individuals and families in the Washington Village/Pigtown community)...Hosted a holiday luncheon and gift distribution for 100 students from Lockerman Bundy Elementary in 2011 and supported his teammates' and the organization's community efforts by attending Fabian Washington's celebrity benefit at Buffalo Wild Wings, Jonathan Ogden's An Evening Ringside, the Ravens' Countdown to Kickoff BBQ, the annual women's event A Purple Evening and the ACT Auction Party, which is the premier fundraiser for the team's foundation.
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