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Looks to bounce back after having his 2011 campaign cut short by a knee injury at Colorado State ... Hard runner, who can also catch passes out of the backfield and play a part in the return game ... One of five true freshmen to start at least one game in 2009 ... One of 34 players in school history to break 1,000 rushing yards for his career ... His younger brother, Damontae, is a freshman defensive back for the Aztecs.
2011: Played the first nine outings of the season as a reserve ... SDSU's second-leading rusher with 339 yards on 74 carries and four scores ... Also tallied eight catches for 89 yards (11.1 ypc.) ... Had 15 carries for 82 yards, including the team's longest rush of the night (41 yards), vs. Cal Poly ... Also added a 7-yard reception in the win over the Mustangs ... Logged all six of his carries for 42 yards in the second half of the Army contest, including three on the game-winning drive in the fourth quarter ... Had nine carries for 36 yards with a hard-fought 15-yard effort against Washington State ... Had three rushing attempts for 10 yards and one catch for 11 yards at Michigan ... Solid all-around performance against TCU, carrying eight times for 34 yards with a long of 16, while also posting two catches for 28 yards with a long of 20 ... Carried five times for 16 yards and caught a 15-yard pass at Air Force ... Had 31 rushing yards on six carries and caught a pass for 12 yards against Wyoming ... Scored a career-high three rushing touchdowns on 10 carries and 39 yards vs. New Mexico ... Carried 12 times for 49 yards and a touchdown at Colorado State, becoming the 34th Aztec to surpass 1,000 rushing yards for his career, before a knee injury ended his season.
2010: Appeared in 10 contests, starting twice, including in the Poinsettia Bowl ... Ranked second on the team in carries (67) and rushing yardage (320) ... Led the Aztecs in rushing with 74 yards on just six carries (12.3 ypc.) in the opener with Nicholls ... Also tallied a 46-yard touchdown run in the victory ... Another solid outing at New Mexico State, averaging over five yards a carry, with 10 attempts for 52 yards and recording his first catch of the year for 10 yards ... Second touchdown of the year as a starter at No. 25 Missouri, scoring from 11 yards in the first quarter ... Also made a career-long 28-yard catch vs. the Tigers ... Had nine carries for 22 yards and scored his third touchdown of the season on a 5-yard run against Utah St. ... Did not play due to an injury suffered in pregame warmups at BYU or a week later vs. Air Force ... Made the trip, but did not play against New Mexico ... Retook the field at Wyoming, carrying seven times for 23 yards ... Ran twice for 10 yards vs. Colorado State and once for six yards at TCU ... Carried twice for seven yards vs. Utah ... Had a season-high 16 carries for 63 yards against UNLV ... Started in the bowl game with Navy, rushing seven times for 41 yards.
2009: Logged minutes in 11 of the team's 12 contests, starting on four occasions vs. South Utah, New Mexico State, Colorado State and Wyoming ... Racked up 377 yards on 88 attempts for a team-best 4.3 yards per carry ... Scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and also had nine receptions ... Tallied two of the team's four 100-yard rushing performances ... One of four true freshmen to make his Aztec debut vs. UCLA ... Was a reserve at halfback and also returned kicks ... Posted two carries for 13 yards, two receptions for nine yards and contributed four kickoff returns for 76 yards with a long of 25 ... Started his first career game against Southern Utah ... Had three carries and made one reception for seven yards in the win over the T-Birds ... Came off the bench with a season-high four carries for 12 yards at Idaho ... Did not play due to injury against Air Force ... Returned to start at tailback against New Mexico State, recording his first career 100-yard game with 101 yards on 22 carries and his first career touchdown ... Posted a season-long 26-yard run in the victory over the Aggies ... Limited to just 28 yards on nine carries vs. BYU ... Did manage two catches, including a 27-yard effort, against the Cougars ... Starter at Colorado State, but was limited due to injury to five carries for 11 yards and a reception for nine yards ... Played but did not have a carry in the win over New Mexico ... Had five carries for 14 yards against TCU ... Earned a start as one of the two running backs against Wyoming ... Finished the game with 52 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries ... Carried eight times against Utah ... Season-high 112 yards on 17 carries, including a team season long of 61 yards at UNLV.
High School: Led Cajon High to the San Andreas League championship in 2008 ... The San Bernardino County Sun's prep football player of the year in 2008 ... A 2008 CIF Southern Section Central Division first-team offense selection after leading the Titans to the Pac-5 championship game ... Rushed for 1,692 yards on 184 carries for 29 touchdowns in 2008 ... Also grabbed 19 receptions for 269 yards and three scores ... A first-team all-San Andreas League selection in 2006 and a first-team all-county honoree by The San Bernardino Sun ... Named a first-team offense honoree by the CIF Southern Section Central Division and the Press-Enterprise for the San Bernardino area ... Played in the Inland Empire All-Star Football Classic after his senior season.
Personal: Born Sept. 14, 1990, in San Bernardino, Calif. ... Son of Latrease and Walter Kazee ... Has three brothers and a sister ... Is a social science major.
KAZEE'S CAREER STATISTICS
Career Highs: Carries: 22 vs. NMSU (10/3/09); Rushing Yards: 112 at UNLV (11/28/09); Long Rush: 61 at UNLV (11/28/09); Rushing TD: 1, five times; Receptions: 2 vs. BYU (10/17/09), at UCLA (9/5/09); Receiving Yards: 33 vs. BYU (10/17/09); Long Reception: 28 at Missouri (9/18/10); KO Returns: 4 at UCLA (9/5/09); KO Return Yards: 76 at UCLA (9/5/09); Long KO Return: 25 at UCLA (9/5/09).