2017: Made first career Houston appearance in win over Rice (Sept. 16) ... totaled 10 rushing yards on four carries and one reception for four yards.
2016: Sat out the season under NCAA transfer rules.
Was fourth on the team with 272 rushing yards on 66 carries as a true freshman ... had his best game in a 35-31 loss at UCLA, when he ran for 100 yards and his only touchdown on 19 carries ... also caught five passes for 52 yards.
Ranked the No. 286 player on ESPN’s 300 List ... ranked 93rd (the 15th running back) on the Texas 150 List by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football ... garnered Houston Area Player of the Week honors for his efforts against Conroe ... finished his career as The Woodlands all-time leader in rushing yards (4,932), yards from scrimmage (5,202) and touchdowns (51), while recording 18 games with 100 or more yards ... as a senior, rushed 172 times for 1,276 yards and 18 touchdowns, averaging 7.6 yards per try ... had six games over 100 yards and scored at least one touchdown in nine of 11 games ... added six receptions for 56 yards ... had 230 attempts for 1,635 yards (7.1 per) and 15 touchdowns as junior, also catching seven passes for 38 yards ... as a sophomore, rushed for 247 yards in a 49-21 win over rival Lufkin, and it triggered a run of five-straight 200-plus yard games ... finished the year with 224 attempts for 2,021 yards and 18 touchdowns, averaging a stout nine yards per carry ... caught 18 passes for 176 yards ... under coach Mark Schmid, The Woodlands was 9-2 his senior year, 10-3 his junior season and 8-4 his sophomore year, winning or sharing its district title all three years ... earned four letters in track and field (sprints and jumps) ... owns the school record in the long jump (23-11) and has personal best 10.56 in the 100-meter run.
Patrick Carr's Career Bests
Rushing Atttemps: 4, Rice (2017)
Rushing Yards: 10, Rice (2017)
Long Rush: 3, Rice (2017)
Receptions: 1, Rice (2017)
Receiving Yards: 4, Rice (2017)
Long Reception: 4, Rice (2017)