2018 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2017 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
2016 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
15-16 First-Year SEC Honor Roll
Running back who logged 166 career carriers for 816 yards and seven touchdowns in 31 games… registered three 100-yard rushing games… also caught seven passes for 64 yards… a regular member of the SEC Honor Roll who graduated in May 2019.
Senior running back who played in nine games, missing three due to injury… carried 39 times for 232 yards with three touchdowns… had his best game of the season when he rushed nine times for 118 yards, a 13.1-yard average, in the win over Charleston Southern… included was a 57-yard scamper… had 12 carries for 58 yards against Florida, including his third career score against the Gators.
Junior who ranked second on the squad with 432 rushing yards, averaging 5.0-yards per carry… had a pair of 100-yard games… appeared in nine games making a pair of starts… did not play in the season’s first two games as he fought a hamstring injury… scored a touchdown in his season debut vs. Vanderbilt… recorded his first 100-yard day at Ole Miss, carrying the ball 12 times for 102 yards, including a 69-yard run, the longest of his career, to set up Carolina’s game-winning touchdown… earned his first-career start at Florida and rushed 14 times for 49 yards… paced the Gamecocks with 17 carries for 62 yards in a start versus Clemson… recorded his second 100-yard game with a 110-yard performance on 17 carries against Akron… had 35 receiving yards in the Belk Bowl versus Virginia… did not participate in spring drills after undergoing knee surgery… named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Third-year performer who had an opportunity to showcase his abilities when injuries mounted to the running back corps… played in all 13 games after not seeing any game action in his first two years on campus… after not getting a carry in the first five games, finished the year with 41 rushes for 152 yards and a pair of touchdowns… rushed eight times for 25 yards in the Arkansas win, his first career carries… logged four carries for 25 yards in the Vanderbilt win, picking up a first down each time he touched the ball… turned in his best outing against Florida, rushing 13 times for 61 yards with his first two scores… named to the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Did not see any game action as a reserve running back… a member of the SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll.
Redshirted as a true freshman… named to the 2015-16 First-Year SEC Honor Roll.
Running back who graduated from LaGrange (Ga.) High School in 2015… also played linebacker… earned all-state honors for coach Dialleo Burks… the Grangers posted a 5-6 record and lost in the first round of the Class AAAAA playoffs in his senior season… rushed for nearly 1,300 yards and 15 touchdowns… selected to play in the Georgia-Florida All-Star Game where he scored on a 26-yard run… also selected for the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl… considered the 47th-best player in the state and the 46th-best running back in the nation, according to Rivals… rated as the 83rd-best running back in the country by Scout… regarded as the 82nd-best player in the state and the 57th-best running back in the country by 247Sports… ranked as the 56th-best player in the state and the No. 50 running back in the country by ESPN.
DaQuarious D. Denson was born September 25, 1996… is an interdisciplinary studies major who graduated in May.