Devonta Freeman was selected by the Falcons in the 4th Round of the 2014 NFL Draft (103rd overall).

All-ACC First Team
Coaches All-ACC First Team

Headlined Florida State’s three-headed running back attack and started all 14 games…Durable back who never missed a game in three years and led by example…quick and powerful back capable of grinding out yards at the line or bouncing outside…First-Team All-ACC performer is tied for second in the conference with 15 total touchdowns…became FSU’s first 1,000-yard rusher since Warrick Dunn in 1996 finishing the season with 1,016 rushing…Tied for third in school history with 30 career rushing touchdowns…ranked tied for 8th in FSU history with 2,255 career rushing yards…finished fourth in the ACC in rushing…had scored a touchdown in ten consecutive games…three 100-yard rushing games in 2013, including back-to-back performances against Nevada (9-109) and Bethune-Cookman (10-112)…had 73 rushing yards and a touchdown in the VIZIO BCS National Championship game…the Miami native led the Noles in rushing and receiving and totaled 176 yards (98 receiving and 78 rushing) of total offense and three touchdowns (two rushing and one receiving) against Miami…set or tied career highs in rushes (23), receptions (six), longest catch (48), receiving yards, receiving touchdowns and rushing touchdowns versus the Hurricanes…had a career-long rush of 60 yards against Nevada and matched that rush versus Idaho…tallied 21 rushes for 84 yards against then-No. 3 Clemson in “Death Valley”…ran for two first-half touchdowns and had 92 yards on 12 carries against NC State…had 129 yards on 11 carries versus Idaho…selected All-ACC First Team by coaches and media.

True sophomore tailback who stepped up his production following the season-ending injury to senior Chris Thompson…ranked second among Seminoles with 660 rushing yards and eight rushing touchdowns…became the go-to rusher down the stretch as he led the team in carries in three of the final four games…ran for 70 yards on 10 carries with two touchdowns in the second half of FSU’s win at Miami, following Thompson’s first half injury…had a pair of 100-yard rushing performances, going for 104 on 12 carries against Duke and a career-high 148 on 16 totes at Maryland, when the `Noles clinched the ACC Atlantic Division title…had two rushing touchdowns in three games (Miami, Duke and Maryland)…his 3-yard TD run against Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship game put the Seminoles out in front to stay…finished with 59 yards on 13 carries against the Yellow Jackets, including a game-high 21-yard jaunt.

True freshman who took over as the team’s top tailback when Chris Thompson went down with a broken back in the Wake Forest game…put up the fifth-most rushing yards (579) by a true freshman running backin school history joining the likes of Greg Allen (1981), Roosevelt Snipes (1983), Travis Minor (1997) and Larry Key (1974)…led FSU in rushing attempts (120), yards (579), average per rush (4.8), rushing touchdowns (8) and yards rushing per game (48.2)…ranked sixth on the team in receptions (15) and gained 111 yards receiving…scored a rushing TD in six of the 12 games he played in including two games with multiple rushing TDs…became just the fifth freshman in school history to run for 100 yards in consecutive games (Duke and Maryland) and was the first freshman to post back-to-back 100 rushing yard games since 1988…led the team in rushing in seven of the last nine games of the season…appeared in first career game as a Seminole against ULM and rushed seven times for 25 yards and scored his first collegiate TD on a one-yard run in the third quarter…had 45 yards of offense against CSU…team-best 37 yards rushing on five carries at Wake Forest…totaled 109 rushing yards on 19 carries at Duke, becoming the first Seminole to log 100 yards on the ground in a game in 2011…totaled 100 yards rushing on 11 carries versus Maryland…also scored on a career-long 41-yard run against the Terrapins and on a 10-yard run against the Blue Devils…rushed for a 7-yd TD versus NC State…scored twice versus Boston College (12-yard run and 3-yard run) making it a fourth straight game that he rushed for a touchdown…led FSU with 76 yards rushing versus Miami…ended the regular season with both offensive touchdowns scored in the Seminoles win over Florida in Gainesville…carried 13 times for 48 yards in the win against Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl…earned one of six freshman academic awards for his work in the classroom and voted a Top Newcomer on offense at the team’s annual banquet…earned CFN Freshman All-American honorable mention honors.

Enrolled early in January 2011…considered one of the most versatile runners in the country, effectively running between the tackles and capable of using his 4.5 40-yard dash speed to turn the corner…a four-star prospect by both and…ranked the No. 10 running back and the No. 108 overall player in the nation by and the No. 9 running back by…No. 15 running back by ESPN…rated as the No. 5 running back and the No. 52 overall player in the nation by 247Sports…helped lead Miami Central to the 2010 Class 6A state title and was named the MVP after gaining 308 yards on 36 carries – falling just 20 yards shy of a state championship game record…as a senior ran for Miami-Dade County-leading 2,208 yards and 26 touchdowns…recorded 663 rushing yards and six touchdowns in the final two games of the state playoffs…rushed for 545 yards and two touchdowns as a junior back-up to Kentucky signee Brandon Gainer…first Team All-Dade by The Miami Herald…member of the Times-Union’s Florida Super 75 where he was rated as the No. 4 running back…No. 24 on the SuperPrep Elite Top 50 and No. 4 on the SuperPrep Florida 110…born March 15, 1992.