Carlos Dawoun Hyde who was born on 20th Sept in the year 1991 from America is a football running back playing for the San Francisco 49ers that belongs to the National Football League. Carlos was recruited by 49ers in the year 2014 during the second round recruitment of the NFL. He participated in college football in the state of Ohio.
Carlos Hyde RB
Nickname: El Guapo
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 230 lbs
College: Ohio State
Drafted: 2014 | Pick 2.25
BMI 31.2 (74th)
VOS: +3.8 (#30)
"El Guapo" is His Nickname
The origin of his nickname came from something like this: The player basketball the expression (interpreted to Spanish as "The handsome one") in an article from his times when he was a standout at Ohio State. Following that, Hyde went ahead to edit all his social media account names to include "El Guapo".
"Max" is his Road Dog
Carlos Hyde's Twitter account header icon is a photograph belonging to his French Bulldog by the name Max. The two are so intimate.Hyde would apparently sway Chip Kelly to allow Max join a Niner's huddles if he could. I needed a pit bull but then I thought Nah, I need a small dog that resembles a pit bull. The dearest thing to me was Max, the Frenchie.
High School Career
Hyde was brought up in Cincinnati, Ohio. For his freshman year, he attended Princeton High school located in Sharonville, Ohio. For the remainder of the High School, education, he went to Naples Florida to attend Naples High School. After his senior season, he was named the player of the year by both Ft. Myers News-Press and the Naples Daily News. This followed after rushing for 1.653 yards and Sixteen touchdowns for the particular football team as a senior. Hyde was playing for the team in 2007 when it won the Naples Championship. He was also on the crew when they were the regional finalists in 2008.
Again, he ran track, played, basketball and motivated elementary school kids. Deemed a four-star recruit by Rivals.com, he was rated as the second-best fullback in the country. He committed to Ohio State University over scholarship awards from the University of Miami, University of Florida and Florida State University.
In January 2010, Hyde joined Ohio State. He played mainly as a backup running in his inaugural seasons before moving away from his junior season with nine hundred and seventy yards and sixteen touchdowns in less than ten matches after missing two due to an ankle problem. Hyde was listed second-team All-Big Ten that year. Among the best players of this category in Ohio State past, Carlos Hyde can be Considered. Being one of the best players, he holds the best yard per carry average for a profession, game and single-season. In school history, Hyde has the 6th most rushing yards. Other achievements include a number of single seasons totals, like career rushing touchdowns, season per game rushing average, career touchdowns and season and career hundred yard games.
Although Carlos Hyde got into his senior season with a lot of expectations, he was excluded for the first three matches of the season after being linked with an accident in a neighborhood bar though he was involved in the incident. Even after that, he came back after the suspension to end the season great with one thousand two hundred and eighty-two yards and fourteen touchdowns in his last eight matches.
On Oct 5th, Carlos Hyde participated in his hundred yard and multi-touchdown play of the season. In this, he ran for one sixty-eight yards and three touchdowns when Northwestern played Buckeyes. He ran for a season-high of two hundred and forty-six yards and four touchdowns against Illinois on Nov 16. He was the first-team All-Big Ten selection and 3rd-team All-American by the Associated Press.
Carlos Hyde was America's top running back in 2013. He was recognized consequently receiving many awards. These were after his excellent performance on the team including helping rally the Buckeyes to a 40-30 victory over winning and number 15 rated Northwestern in Evanston.
Carlos Hyde is one of the best Buckeyes to ever play in Columbus, Ohio.
The players that have done well in the history include Archie Grffin, Beanie Wells, Maurice Clarett, Eddie George, Robert Smith and many other.
Hyde performed so well in the field that he probably surpassed the best runners in Ohio State Proud past. Hyde smashed it from the year 2010 to 2013. The player carried the ball five-hundred and twenty-three times for 3,198 rushing yards and scored thirty-seven times on the ground. The 6-foot runner holds the best yard per carry aggregate for a career, a game in school history and single season.
Hyde is known to be a great mentor to Ezekiel Elliot who is one of this year's recruits.
In the second round of the of the 2014 NFL draft, Hyde was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers. After Bishop Sankey who was selected by Tennessee Titans and Jeremy Hill who was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals, Hyde came in the third position.
The Niners obtained Miamis favorite that came from San Diego after sending the 56th Pick to Denver just minutes earlier. San Francisco added a dominant runner to complement Frank Gore and Co. on the second day of the Draft Friday to meet Thursday first-round pick called Jimmie Ward.
Hyde was optimistic that he would make it so that he could keep the running game that Frank Gore brought to Niners alive.Gore who 30 years old is getting to the final year of his deal.
The Niners best offensive play of the year 2015 was his spin-move touchdown run. More so, this was the best results for the single-game for any player for the team. Hyde produced one hundred and sixty-eight rushing yards as well two touchdowns that resulted in their victory.
Hyde best times were not just about a spin-cycle carry. He too ran back to make his initial start with an NFL side since 1970. Hyde won FedEx Ground Player of the week award and he was also the first Niners back with hundred or more rushing yards and 2 or more touchdowns in a week one game since Garrison Hearst rushed for one hundred and eighty-seven yards and two scores upon the New York Jets on September 6th, 1998.
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