Quentin Griffin

 Halfback
 Height: 5'7
 Weight: 195
 College: Oklahoma
CAREER STATS:
Career Stats Rushing Receiving  
 Year Team G Rsh Yds Avg Lng TD   Rec Yds Avg Lng TD  
 2022 Everett 14 190 816 4.3 62 2   102 824 8.1 35 2  
 2023 Everett 14 54 208 3.9 50 0   25 272 10.9 48 1  
 2024 Everett 14 170 560 3.3 68 2   81 632 7.8 34 4  
 2025 Bismarck 14 188 632 3.4 65 5   102 745 7.3 50 6  
 2026 Bismarck 14 196 659 3.4 61 5   94 727 7.7 53 4  
 2027 Bismarck 14 174 606 3.5 47 4   66 641 9.7 68 4  
 2028 Bismarck 14 228 775 3.4 60 9   84 840 10.0 69 7  
 2029 Bismarck 0 0 0 0.0 0 0   0 0 0.0 0 0  
 8 Seasons 98 1200 4,256 3.5 68 27 554 4,681 8.4 69 28

Career Stats Misc. Scoring  
 Year Team G TT Fum FR   TD Rsh Rec PR KR 2pt Points  
 2022 Everett 14 8 2 1   4 2 2 0 0 0 24  
 2023 Everett 14 4 0 0   1 0 1 0 0 0 6  
 2024 Everett 14 11 5 0   6 2 4 0 0 1 38  
 2025 Bismarck 14 2 3 0   11 5 6 0 0 0 66  
 2026 Bismarck 14 11 1 0   9 5 4 0 0 1 56  
 2027 Bismarck 14 2 2 0   8 4 4 0 0 0 48  
 2028 Bismarck 14 4 3 0   16 9 7 0 0 0 96  
 2029 Bismarck 0 0 0 0   0 0 0 0 0 0 0  
 8 Seasons 98 42 16 1 55 27 28 0 0 2 334

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: Drafted 5th overall in the 1st round of the 2022 FIFL Draft by the Everett Hawks. Griffin set a record for most receptions by a HB in a rookie season as he caught 102 passes in 102. The record by a player was 104 set by WR Dallas Mall (104) in 2021. Other Stats: 2/4 passing for 24 yards in 2023. 2/3 for 12 yards in 2024. 1/1 for 14 yards in 2025. 0/1 passing in 2026. 2/4 for 26 yards and an INT in 2028. 1 KR for 2 yards in 2024.

Professional Experience: Griffin was drafted by the Denver Broncos of the National Football League with the 11th pick of the fourth round (108th overall) in the 2003 NFL Draft. He went on to appear in 16 games, including five starts in his initial two seasons in the league. He even set a Broncos franchise record in 2004 for most rushing yards in a season opener with a career-high 156 yards on 23 carries against the Kansas City Chiefs while also scoring the first three touchdowns of his pro career. His rise to the top came to a sudden halt in 2004 when he tore the ACL in his right knee in Week 7, ending his season early. Although he was highly productive in two seasons with the Broncos, totaling 179 rushes for 656 yards (3.7 avg.) and two touchdowns, in addition to catching 18 passes for 129 yards and one score, the injury caused him to drop to the bottom of the depth chart behind Mike Anderson, Tatum Bell and Ron Dayne. In September 2005, Denver released Griffin and then brought him back a few weeks later, only to release him again the next month, but this time for good. In March 2006, Griffin agreed to terms with the Kansas City Chiefs on a one-year deal, but in September 2006, he was cut from the team. On February 23, 2007, Griffin was chosen by the Hamburg Sea Devils as the second overall pick in the NFL Europa Free Agent Draft. Griffin was the Sea Devils' top rusher with a 4.6 yard average and was third-best among starting running backs in the NFLE. The multi-dimensional Griffin also led NFL Europa in kickoff return average. On February 29, 2008, he was signed to a one-year plus an option year contract with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He was released by the Roughriders on June 20, 2008, following the team's final preseason game. According to media reports, Roughriders' head coach Ken Miller was "so upset with Griffin following (the game) that he cut the former NFLer at the airport." Griffin had reportedly pulled himself out of the game early in the second quarter, telling the coaches "he didn't have any interest in playing a preseason game where he might get hurt." In July 2013, Griffin signed with the Kiel Baltic Hurricanes in Germany (GFL1). As of 2016, he is no longer on the team because the running back transitioned from playing football to coaching football.

College Experience: As a sophomore at Oklahoma, Griffin ran for 783 yards and 16 touchdowns and added 45 receptions for 406 yards. He was an All-Big 12 first team selection and was named to the Big 12 All-academic team, his first of three consecutive nominations to both squads. Junior totals were 182 for 884 with 9 touchdowns on the ground with 55 for 448 and 2 touchdowns as a receiver, and as a senior totaled 287 carries for 1,884 yards with 15 scores, placing him second in the league for rushing. Also caught 35 passes for 264 yards with three additional scores. The three-year starter helped his school win a national championship in 2000 and he finished fourth in school history in career rushing yards (3,756), third in touchdowns (44) and chose to preserve Billy Sims’ record and finish second in all-purpose yards (4,973). He had an Oklahoma-record six rushing touchdowns against Texas in 2000.

Professional Experience: Born January 12th, 1981 in Houston, Texas. Attended Nmitz Highschool. Griffin took his first coaching job with Missouri Southern State University. In July 2018, he left MSSU for the position of running backs coach for the University of Northern Iowa (UNI) Panthers. After one season at UNI, Griffin took a position as Assistant Football Coach (Running Backs) at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas.