Veteran fifth-year senior tailback and returner... Listed No. 1 at
running back on post-spring depth chart to replace departed All-
American Terrance Ganaway as primary rusher... 38 career games played
(tied for tops on team) and five career starts... Timed at 4.46 in 40-yard
dash... Has squatted 595 pounds... Local product from Waco High
School... Last name pronounced "suh-LOOB-ee"... Traveled to Kenya for
mission trip with Baylor student-athletes in May 2010 and again in May
2011 (Junior): Played all 13 games as reserve running back and return
man... Made two starts in backfield, against Stephen F. Austin (second
game) and Missouri (eighth game)... Totaled 331 rushing yards (5.7 yards
per rush) and three touchdowns on 58 carries (third on team)... Returned
seven kickoffs for 135 yards (19.3 average)... Also caught four passes for
46 yards... Rushed five times for 35 yards and TD, had 13-yard reception
and broke season-long 29-yard kickoff return in win over SFA in second
game... Had eight carries for 48 yards in win over Rice (third game)... Ran
eight times for 38 yards in win over Missouri (eighth game)... Had
season-high nine carries for 21 years in win over Texas Tech (11th
game)... Was explosive in Valero Alamo Bowl win over Washington, ran
for 101 yards and 2 TDs on just five rushes (missed third TD on 24-yard
run when pushed out at 1-yard-line), added 13-yard reception... Named
to Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll in spring 2012.
2010 (Sophomore): Played all 13 games as backup running back and
return man... Totaled 215 yards on 26 rushes (8.3 yards per rush) with
two touchdowns... Also totaled six receptions for 35 yards... Returned
five kickoffs for 101 yards (20.2 average) and one punt for -14 yards...
Rushed twice for 23 yards and had season-long reception of 23 yards in
season-opening win over Sam Houston State... Ran for 41 yards on four
carries in win over Buffalo in second game... Accounted for season-high
64 all-purpose yards vs. No. 23 Texas A&M in 11th game, 29 yards
rushing (three carries), two yards on two receptions and 33 return yards
of two kickoffs... Had season-highs of 51 rushing yards, five carries, two
TDs and season-long 38-yard run vs. No. 16 Oklahoma in 12th game...
Returned two kickoffs, including season-long 26-yarder, in Texas Bowl
2009 (Redshirt Freshman): Played all 12 games and made three starts
at running back as redshirt freshman in 2009... Earned first collegiate
letter... Rushed for 298 yards (second-most on squad) and two TDs and
caught 19 passes for 153 yards on season... Averaged team-best 6.0 yardsper-
rush... Made college debut in season-opening win at Wake Forest,
had three receptions for 27 yards... Made career-first start vs.
Northwestern State in third game, ran for season-high 131 yards and
career-first TD (76-yard scoring burst in second quarter) on seven
carries... 76-yard run was team's long for season... Had 64 rushing yards
(on season-high 17 carries) and 21 receiving yards in win over Kent State
in fourth game... Led team with 44 yards rushing and added 22 receiving
in start at Iowa State in sixth game.
2008 (True Freshman): Sat out first season at Baylor and participated
on practice squad, redshirted to retain eligibility.
High School: Waco High School, Waco, Texas... Second-team 2007
Waco Tribune-Herald Super Centex honoree also earned honorablemention
Class 4A all-state honors from The Associated Press in final prep
campaign... Ranked No. 4 on Waco Tribune-Herald's Central Texas Top
25... Named to Texas Football's 2007 Texas Top 300... Rushed 168 times for
1,306 yards and 15 touchdowns for district champion Lions as senior...
Also caught four passes for 24 yards... As junior, earned District 16-4A
MVP honors after running for 1,544 yards and 17 touchdowns for Lions'
13-3, Class 4A state runner-up team... 2006 first-team Waco Tribune-Herald
Super Centex selection... Honorable mention Class 4A 2006 All-State pick
by The Associated Press... Ran leg on Waco High's 2007 Class 4A state
championship 4x100-meter relay team and member of Lions' 2008 silvermedal
winning 4x200-meter relay unit... Coached by Johnny Tusa at
District 16-4A school.
Personal: Son of Oba and Denise Salubi, Jarred Allen Salubi was born
Sept. 10, 1989, in Dallas, Texas... Majoring in speech communiation.