Known as one of the most versatile backs in the annals of Cowboy football. A fleet runner, good blocker, and gifted receiver in years when 215 pound backs were not common. Helped lead the Cowboys to the Border Conference Championship in 1946. Elected Co-Captain of the 1947 team and later drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles of the NFL. As a member of the 1947 track team, was the Border Conference high hurdles champion in a record 13.9 seconds which stood until the Border Conference disbanded. Had successful teaching and coaching career in New Mexico and California.