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Onterio McCalebb rushed for almost 2,000 yards his senior year of high school.
Onterio McCalebb ends his career at Auburn as the 15th-leading rusher in school history (2,016 yards), finishes sixth in receptions by a running back (45) and is the leader in kickoff return average (27.9 yards).
McCalebb was named SEC Coaches Postseason Second Team in 2011 and set the school record for yards per carry in a single season (8.5).
The native of Fort Meade, Fla., is the first running back in school history to rush for 100-plus yards in his first two games and the fourth back to rush for 100-plus yards in consecutive games (joining Cadillac Williams (2001), Darrell Williams (1989) and Ron O'Neal (1981).
In the 2010 BCS National Championship, McCalebb rushed for 47 yards (including a long of 20) and caught two passes for 10 yards in Auburn's 22-19 victory over Oregon.
When McCalebb was a high school recruit, Scout.com rated him the nation's 38th-best running back, and he was also named to the Orlando Sentinel Top 100 in Florida. His senior season, he rushed for 1,995 yards with 27 touchdowns.
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