Senior who returned to the tailback position in the spring after spending the 2003 season on the defensive side of the ball... listed as the third team back entering the fall... originally came to TCU as a tailback, but has played fullback and safety during his career.
2003: Moved to safety during the spring... saw limited action in the fall, figuring in on six tackles as a weak safety and special teams performer... recovered a blocked punt against Cincinnati and returned it six yards for a touchdown.
2002: Provided much-needed depth at the fullback position... did not see any game action.
2001: Served as a squadman as a redshirt freshman... moved to fullback during the fall.
2000: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: A two-time Class 2A all-state selection and a consensus state top-100 back coming out of Omaha's Paul Pewitt High School... rushed for 5,181 yards as a prep, including 1,794 yards as a senior.... named to Dave Campbell's 1999 Texas Football Top 300 Super Team as a running back... was a member of the Dallas Morning News State Top 100, Houston Chronicle State Top 100, Lubbock Avalanche Journal Fabulous 44, Austin American Statesman Fab 55 and Max Emfinger's Texas Top-125... a Midlands all-region selection by PrepStar... District 14-2A Offensive MVP in both 1998 and 1999... a three-time all-district selection... scored 67 touchdowns in three years, including 26 as a senior... rushed for 1,937 yards as a junior, helping his squad to the 1998 state title... coached by Ronnie Bickham... also lettered in track and basketball... chose TCU over Arkansas, Memphis, Texas Tech and UNLV.
Personal: Kenny Tyrone Boyd was born January 5, 1982... is the son of Charles and Billie Boyd... pursuing a speech communications degree at TCU.
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