|Other College:||Scottsdale (Ariz.) CC|
2018: Granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA.
2017: Played in two games versus UAPB and Louisiana in a reserve role at running back . . . Recorded one rushing attempt for 12 yards against UAPB and posted one attempt for no gain against Louisiana.
2016: Played in each of the first two games, but suffered a season-ending injury against Auburn . . . Recorded five rushing attempts for 29 yards and one touchdown on the season, all posted against Toledo in the season opener.
SCOTTSDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Helped lead Scottsdale to a 7-4 record in 2015, which the Artichokes ended with a five-game winning streak . . . Recorded 17 rushing attempts for 175 yards and two touchdowns in the 2015 Valley of the Sun Bowl, helping Scottsdale pick up a 42-34 victory over 11th-ranked Central Lakes College . . . Posted 153 rushing attempts for 1,229 yards and 11 touchdowns – all team highs – as a sophomore . . . Averaged 8.03 yards per rushing attempt with a long run covering 86 yards . . . Also caught five passes for 39 yards . . . He ranked fifth in the NJCAA in total rushing yards and his 11 running scores tied the 10th most in the nation . . . Freshman season saw him post 251 yards and four touchdowns on 48 rushing attempts as he helped lead Scottsdale to an 8-3 record . . . Originally signed with Texas Tech coming out of high school and redshirted his freshman season . . . 3-star recruit by 247Sports.com . . . Also recruited by teams such as Akron, South Alabama, Tulane and Texas State.
HIGH SCHOOL: Prior to signing with Texas Tech, he was named a first team All-District 23-5A fullback as a senior at Fort Bend Kempner High School.
PERSONAL: Born April 2, 1995 . . . Son of Gus Weh-Weh and Lakisha Panatta . . . General Studies major.
WEH-WEH’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS
WEH-WEH’S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS