2021-22 Football
1-O Jeffrey Jackson QB
1-D Keyon Turner DB
2-O Chuck Maxwell WR
2-D Evan Annis LB
3-O Robert Washington RB
3-D Jadarius Horton DB
4-O Matt Ross WR
4-D Trejuan Purty DL
5-O Ben Nimz QB
5-D Donovan Earles DB
6-O Ollie Reese WR
6-D Gavin Twigg LB
7-O Nick Orekoya RB
7-D Josh Gholston DB
8 Teryn Berry QB
9-O Cam Livingston WR
9-D Nicholas Price Jr. DL
10-O Solomon Davis WR
10-D Jaxon Peifer LB
11 Gabe Lawson QB
12 Jordan Bingham WR
13 Braden Contreras WR
14 Marvin Rushing DB
15 Doug Haugh RB
16 Mason Kaplan QB
17-O Mikey Appel QB
17-D DJ Pallan LB
19-O Tytus Ragle WR
19-D Jamauri Jackson DB
20-O Trey Stablein WR
20-D Austin Chilton DB
21-O Myles Parker WR
21-D Anthony Sciarroni DB
22 Oscar Lopez LB
24 Trey Psota LB
25 Garner Jones WR
26 Jaedon Orr RB
27 Luke Patterson DB
29 Kohlton Sherman DB
30-O Darius Lane RB
30-D Jalen McBride DB
31-O Trent Pennington WR
31-D Max Franco DB
32-O Henry Helgeson WR
32-D Cole Adams DB
33-S Ben Niesner K/P
33-D Akil Mitchell DL
34 Cade Bishop DL
35 Colin Graves DB
37 Caleb Rao WR
39 Barret Labus WR
40-O Connor Hebbeler TE
40-D Josh Vargas DB
41 Johnny Fairbank DB
42 Adam Mekky LB
43 Jake Marinelli DL
44-S Patrick Oliva P/K
44-O Evan Jernegan TE
45-O Jahni Clarke RB
45-D Brian Hunter III DB
46 Austin Martins DL
47 Uko Umana LB
48 Hayden McDonald LB
49 Jackson Dorr P
50 Jake Birmingham LB
51 Max Kobs LB
52 Michael Momber DL
53 Trent Miller DL
55 Ayden Davison LB
56 Fletcher Christian DL
57 Hayden Bedell LB
58 James Doerer LB
59 Chase Folkestad DL
60 Tyler Eberhart OL
61 Jacob Ford OL
62 Carter Woody OL
63 Bennett Meyers OL
64 Ryan Merklinger OL
66 Josh Leathers OL
67 Joe Monahan OL
68 Aaron Byrd OL
69 Stone Dixon OL
70 Jeremiah Orr OL
72 Drew Parrish OL
73 Danny Files OL
74 Brett Gray OL
75 Jon Stone OL
76 Nolan Garrard OL
77 Brendan O'Doherty OL
78 Keith Szczepanski OL
79 Andrew Covert OL
81 Josh Becton WR
82 Alex Conlin TE
83 Rylen Richardson WR
84 Brett Bittner TE
85 Liam O'Connell TE
86 Dom Grguric WR
87-O Seth Broussard TE
87-S Brian Bartholomew K
88-O Diego Del Castillo WR
88-D George Dristiliaris DL
89 Jake Vickers TE
90 Sam Hafner DL
91 Tommy Palmer LS
92 Gaillin Mitchell DB
93 Kurt Kessen DL
94 Nathan Orlandini DL
95 James Keighley DL
96 Kevin Spelman DL
97 George Trojanek DL
99-S Ryan Hawk K
99-D Breydan Ford DL
Daniel Heinrich OL
Full Roster
Robert Washington

#3-O Robert Washington

Pos. RB
Ht. 5-11
Wt. 220
Yr. Sr.
Hometown Huntersville, N.C.
High School (Prev. School) East Gaston (Old Dominion)
Spring 2021 PFL Offensive Player of the Year
Spring 2021 All-PFL First Team
Spring 2021 2x College Sports Madness PFL Offensive Player of the Week (March 15, March 29) 
PFL Offensive Player of the Week (March 28, 2021)
Spring 2021 Team Offensive Player of the Year
Valparaiso University 2020-21 Male Athlete of the Year (ARC Awards)
Valparaiso University 2020-21 Male co-Newcomer of the Year (ARC Awards)

Spring 2021:
Named the PFL Offensive Player of the Year, becoming the first Valpo player to earn that honor since the award began in 2001… One of seven unanimous All-PFL selections, earning a place on the First Team… Named the team’s Offensive Player of the Year… Started all six games at running back during his first season at Valpo… Ranked eighth nationally in FCS in rushing yards per game at 108.8… Rushed for 653 yards and five touchdowns while also accruing 52 receiving yards on 13 catches including one TD and 71 kickoff return yards on two returns during the season… Accrued 100 or more rushing yards on four occasions including a season-high 199 on 39 carries in the March 13 season opener at Butler, the highest single-game rushing output by a Valpo player since 2012… His 199-yard performance marked the ninth-highest single-game rushing number in the nation this season, and he was one of three players nationally with multiple games of 180+ rushing yards… Had the most rushing yards in a season by any Valpo player since Brandon Hall’s 855 in 2014 despite the Spring 2021 slate being shortened to six games… Ranked 11th nationally in total rushing yards (653) and 12th in all-purpose yards per game (129.33)… Finished as the first Valpo player with four 100-yard rushing games in the same season since Jeff Horton had six in 2005… Led the PFL in rushing, ranked eighth in total offense (108.8), third in scoring (6.0) and second in all-purpose yards (129.3)… Had 39 carries in the March 13 season opener at Butler, the most by a Valpo player since Horton’s school-record 41 in 2005 and the most by any PFL player all season… Had the most all-purpose yards by any PFL player all season with 275 in the season opener against Butler, including a PFL season-high 199 rushing yards… Earned College Sports Madness PFL Offensive Player of the Week, Team Offensive Player of the Week and Valpo Athletics Marines Valpo Valor Player of the Game for Week 1… Received PFL Offensive Player of the Week, College Sports Madness PFL Offensive Player of the Week, Team Offensive Player of the Week and Valpo Athletics Marines Valpo Valor Player of the Game for his 120 rushing yards and three touchdowns in the March 27 win vs. Butler… Was one of just three PFL players with a three-touchdown game during the Spring 2021 season… Had his third 100-yard rushing output of the year at 120 on April 3 at Drake… Had his fourth 100-yard rushing game of the season on April 10 at Morehead State, accruing 180 yards on 26 carries and scoring one touchdown... Named the Valparaiso University Male Athlete of the Year, part of the annual ARC Awards. 

At Old Dominion (2019): Played in all 12 games, starting three at running back ... Had 49 carries for 135 yards and two touchdowns ... Caught five passes for 20 yards ... Rushed 10 times for 31 yards at Marshall ... Carried three times for 11 yards and a touchdown at FIU ... Rushed for a season high 44 yards and a touchdown on nine carries.
 
At Charlotte (2016):: Played in all 12 games as a true freshman, making one start ... first career start came vs. FIU (6 carries; 33 yards; TD) ... had one 100-yard rushing game ... had eight games of 30+ rushing yards and six rushes of 15 or more yards ... was second on team with 489 rushing yards, 97 carries and 5 rushing TDs ... added 13 catches for 28 yards and 0 TDs ... rushed for a high of 120 yards vs. Eastern Michigan on 20 carries ... had two TD runs vs. Elon ... his 58-yard TD run in win at Southern Miss was 49ers second longest of the season ... finished game with 94 rushing yards ... also scored TD at Temple ... had 10+ carries in four games and five or more rushes in nine games ... high of 3 catches vs. FIU and Middle Tennessee ... high of 10 receiving yards vs. MT.

At East Gaston High School: Four-star recruit by ESPN.com ... first four-start recruit to sign with the 49ers directly out of high school ... had over 40 offers from top programs throughout the country ... ESPN.com ranked him as high as #4 overall player in North Carolina and as the #13 running back prospect, nationally ... played with the US National Team at every age level, beginning with the 2011 u-15 squad through the 2015 u-18 team ... 3-start recruit by 247sports ... Rivals.com ranked him 15th among RB prospects ....  Ran for 2512 yards as a sophomore ... 2233 yards as a junior -- two of the Top 10 single-season rushing perfomances in Mecklenburg County history ... added 834 yards as a senior (playing in only 7 games) to finish career with 6596 career yards ... Rushed for 5762 yards in first three seasons to rank 4th all-time in county history ... attended two-time NCISAA state champ SouthLake Christian Academy before transferring to East Gaston for his senior season ... helped East Gaston to a 7-5 record and a trip to the state playoffs ... East Gaston hadn’t had a winning season since 2006 ... rushed for 131 yards and 1 TD in state playoff game ... East Gaston was 5-2 with Washington in the lineup.