If you ask any Salem fan 40 or older they'll tell you the greatest RB in Salem's illustrious history was Marcus Parker. His junior season in 1991 rewrote Salem's entire record book in yards (2161), ypc (9.6), ypg (154.5), TDs (28), and carries (225). He would later receive an offer to play for Frank Beamer and even scored the first TD of the 1995 Sugar Bowl. A freak knee injury during the offseason in HS derailed what many thought was going to be a special career. Coming into the state title game Ramsey's numbers are: 2056 yards 11.4 ypc 27 TDs 158.1 ypg 181 carries Salem's records aren't well kept (I had to plug the long-since dead link of the old site that kept these numbers into archive.org and find a working link) and the ypc has been knowingly beaten at least once by Coleman Fox but the rest are definitely still in place. I doubt that anyone knew before now that he's on the cusp of doing this and rewriting Salem history. For some reason curiosity struck me and I was curious as to what Parker's numbers were and was shocked at how close he is to all those numbers.