2006: Powerful fifth-year senior running back Paul Mosley is the Bears' co-No. 1 back with junior Brandon Whitaker and will challenge for All-Big 12 honors in his final Green and Gold campaign ... Mosley will attempt to become just the fifth Baylor back, following in the footsteps of Ronnie Bull (1959-61), Walter Abercrombie (1978-81), Eldwin Raphel (1988-90) and Darrell Bush (1997-2000), to lead the Bears in rushing for at least three consecutive seasons ... With 1,239 career rushing yards, he needs 97 yards to crack the Bears' all-time top 20 chart ... 101 career runs of five-plus yards, including 33 of 10 or more yards.
2005: Appeared in all 11 games and made eight starts to earn his third varsity letter ... Ranked No. 14 in Big 12 in rushing (59.73 ypg), No. 22 in total offense (59.73 ypg) and No. 25 in both scoring (4.91 ppg) and all-purpose yardage (67.91 ypg) ... Baylor's leading rusher for the second consecutive year with 657 yards on 180 carries, he averaged 3.7 yards per rush and 59.7 yards per game ... Registered nine (a team-high seven rush/two receiving) of Baylor's 29 touchdowns on season and was team's second-leading scorer with 54 points ... Reached career 1,000-yard rushing mark at Iowa State ... Team-high 192 touches (180 rushes and 12 receptions) on year without a fumble ... Rushed for 52 or more yards in six of 11 games, topped century mark twice, and logged 10 or more carries nine times ... Had a career-high tying three touchdowns in season-finale against Oklahoma State and rushed 20 times for a team-high 44 yards ... Totaled 18 carries for a team-high 66 yards vs. Texas Tech ... Tallied 52 yards on 14 carries and one reception for 21 yards at Oklahoma ... Had 64 yards on 21 rushes with one touchdown at Iowa State ... Rushed for a career-high 133 yards on 22 totes at Texas A&M to record his third career 100-yard rushing performance ... Had a career-long 57-yard run vs. the Aggies ... Recorded second career 100-yard rushing effort with a then-career-high 105-yard outing at SMU and was rewarded with Houston Chronicle Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week honors ... Also totaled career-highs for rushing attempts (24) and touchdowns (three) at SMU ... 48 carries on the year went for five or more yards, including 14 of 10-plus yards ... Also had 12 receptions for 90 yards and two touchdowns to his credit to rank No. 5 on squad ... Had four multi-catch games ... Finished season No. 2 on the squad in all-purpose yards (67.9 ypg) ... Saw action on 460 snaps ... Shared team's offensive MVP award with Dominique Zeigler.
2004: Played in all 11 games for the Bears and drew one start as a sophomore ... Baylor's leading rusher with 582 yards (52.9 per game) on a team-high 127 carries recorded four of the Bears' eight rushing touchdowns on the year ... Had a then-career-high 100 yards on a career-best 20 carries vs. Iowa State ... Had 13 rushes (70 yards) over season's first two games, but carried 114 times (512 yards) in last nine outings ... Rushed for 46 or more yards in nine games on year and recorded double-digit carries six times ... Averaged team-best 4.6 yards per carry, the best mark by a Baylor season rushing leader since 1997, and recorded then-career-long 18-yard runs against Missouri, Iowa State and Oklahoma ... 53 of his 127 carries went for five-plus yards, including 19 of which were runs of 10-plus yards, and he had at least one rush of 10-plus yards in nine of 11 games ... Team's No. 6 receiver with 14 receptions for 111 yards and one touchdown ... Caught a career-long 39-yard touchdown pass at No. 25 Oklahoma State to record his first career receiving score ... Hauled in at least one reception in seven games, including four multi-catch games, and a high of four receptions (12 yards) against Missouri ... Ranked No. 2 on the squad with 693 all-purpose yards ... Made first career start in 2004 finale against No. 2 Oklahoma ... Had three tackles (two solo) ... Picked up second letter after playing 457 snaps ... Named to the fall Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Voted team's best 2004 offensive skill player.
2003: Saw action in all 12 games, mainly on special teams, for the Bears as a redshirt freshman and earned his first letter ... Had one carry (for no yards) on the season ... Credited with three tackles (two solo).
2002: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Anderson High School, Austin, Texas ... Rushed for 2,338 yards and 29 touchdowns on 259 carries as a senior ... Only fumbled once all season ... Also caught 15 passes for 249 yards and three touchdowns ... Earned first-team 4A all-state honors from the Texas Sports Writers Association ... As a junior, he gained 1,716 rushing yards and scored 19 touchdowns ... Rated as 35th-best prospect in Texas and one of the nation's top eight power I-tailbacks according to Max Emfinger ... Named one of the top 100 prospects in Texas by The Dallas Morning News (66th), Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Houston Chronicle and Waco Tribune-Herald (top 50) ... Also rated as the state's 39th-best recruit by the Austin American-Statesman ... Named the 24th-best player in the nation at the `athlete' position by Rivals100.com ... Rated among the state's 20-best running backs by Texas Football magazine and was a member of the 2001 Texas Top 300 ... Also lettered in basketball and track ... Coached by Trent Gregory at the District 25-4A school.
Personal: The son of Anthony and Willie Mae Mosley, Paul Mosley was born March 1, 1984, in Austin, Texas ... Speech communications major.
MOSLEY'S Single-Game Bests
Rushes: 24 at SMU, Sept. 3, 2005 (105 yards)
Rushing Yards: 133 at Texas A&M, Oct. 1, 2005 (22 att.)
Rushing Touchdowns: 3, twice
Receptions: 4 vs. Missouri, Oct. 9, 2004 (12 yards)
Receiving Yards: 39 at Oklahoma State, Nov. 13, 2004 (1 rec.)
Receiving Touchdowns: 1, three times
All-Purpose Yards: 133 at Texas A&M, Oct. 1, 2005 (22 att.)