Bush, Reginald Alfred II
1985 - Born on March 2nd in San Diego, California. American football player.
1994 - He was crowned "The Cutback King" in Pop Warner football, when he averaged 19.3 yards per carry at age 9, and highlights of his exploits at Helix have been distributed on DVD.
- In his first game for Pop Warner's Grossmont Warriors on September 3rd, Bush rushed six times for 203 yards and five touchdowns, according to team statistician Allen Barbour.
2005 - He won the Walter Camp Award, Doak Walker Award, and Heisman Trophy-winning running back/tailback for the University of Southern California.
- He won the Sportsman of the Year.
2006 - He joined the New Orleans Saints.
- Drafted #2 overall by the New Orleans Saints in the NFL draft.
2007 - He placed 5th for Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.
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