2012: Fifth-year senior tailback... played in all 13 games, starting six... third on the team with 359 rushing yards on 104 carries with a pair of TDs... caught 20 passes for 190 yards... burst 17 yards for a touchdown in the win at Kentucky... carried 10 times for 39 yards against Georgia... moved into the starting lineup against Arkansas due to the injury to Marcus Lattimore... carried 14 times for 37 yards and caught three passes for 44 yards including a career-long 24-yarder against the Razorbacks... had the best game of his career against Wofford when he carried 27 times for 127 yards, both career highs, with a touchdown... 62 of his 104 carries came in the final four games after Lattimore was sidelined... played in 49 career games making 15 starts... rushed for 1,341 yards on 315 carries, including four 100-yard rushing games... two of his five touchdowns came in the 2011 Capital One Bowl win over Nebraska... presented with the Joe Morrison Offensive Player of the Spring Award at the 2012 spring game... has a degree in criminal justice.
2011: Began the season on the second team behind Marcus Lattimore... had just one carry through the first seven games while missing considerable time with a wrist injury... had just 18 carries for 66 yards in the first 11 games, then had a 21-carry, 71-yard effort in the regular season finale against Clemson, including a 28-yard burst, matching his career long... started the Capital One Bowl game against Nebraska and responded with 15 carries for 67 yards and a touchdown, and caught two passes for 13 yards and another score... caught eight passes on the season with three of those coming against Clemson... had a career-long 23-yard reception at Arkansas.
2010: Played in all 14 games... made one start at tailback vs. Vanderbilt in place of Marcus Lattimore, who missed the game with an ankle injury... carried the ball 40 times for 152 yards... had four carries for 24 yards in the season opener vs. Southern Miss... had five carries for 10 yards against Furman... had 25 yards on 11 carries at Vanderbilt... rushed six times for 14 yards vs. Troy... replaced the injured Marcus Lattimore in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Florida State and responded with his best game of the season, a 10-carry, 70-yard effort, including a 28-yard burst.
2009: Redshirt freshman tailback who led the squad with 117 carries for 626 yards, an average of 5.4 yards per carry... played in all 13 games, starting seven... logged three 100-yard rushing games... also had 21 catches for 137 yards... did not have any carries in the season-opener at NC State... took his first carries as a collegian against FAU and responded with 56 yards on five carries... left that game early with a shoulder injury... did the bulk of the work against Ole Miss, carrying 13 times for 52 yards against the Rebs, both team highs... carried 10 times for 60 yards including a 22-yard touchdown burst against SC State... had his first career 100-yard rushing game against Kentucky when he carried 17 times to reach the century mark exactly, with a long run of 26 yards... had his second career 100-yard rushing game against Vanderbilt when he toted the pigskin 18 times for 102 yards... also caught five passes out of the backfield for 27 yards in that contest... caught five passes for 44 yards against Tennessee... had his best game of the season when he rushed 17 times for 114 yards in the win over Clemson... had a long run of 22 yards in that contest... presented with the Harold White GPA Award for the offense in the spring.
2008: Redshirted as a true freshman.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Brookwood High School in Snellville, Ga. in 2008... rushed for more than 2,400 yards during his senior season.... garnered first-team all-state and all-area honors during his senior season... named to the All-Southeast Region team by PrepStar magazine... Rivals.com ranked him as the #33 running back in the nation in the 2008 signing class and the 38th-best player in the state of Georgia... considered a three-star prospect... chose South Carolina over an offer from UCF.
PERSONAL: Kenneth D. Miles graduated in May with a degree in criminal justice.