Dimitri

Flowers

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#36

Fullback
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 247
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Antonio, Texas
High School: Churchill HS

Bio

Season GP-GS Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Rush Yds. Avg. TD Long
2014 13-5 9 92 10.2 0 16 0 14 -- 0 14
2015 13-4 8 130 16.2 4 75 0 0 -- 0 --
2016 13-10 11 200 18.2 4 67 22 115 5.2 0 13
2017 14-13 26 464 17.8 5 52 14 22 1.6 4 6
Career 53-32 54 886 16.4 13 75 36 151 4.2 4 13

OU CAREER NOTES
Ranks first (tied with DeMarco Murray) in OU history among running backs in career receiving touchdowns (13), fourth in career receiving yards (886) and seventh in career receptions (51) ... caught at least four touchdown passes in each of last three years (finished career with 13) ... averaged 16.4 yards per catch for his career.

2017
A first-team All-Big 12 selection by league's coaches ... an Academic All-Big 12 First Team honoree ... OU's Don Key Award Winner ... played in all 14 games with 13 starts ... scored nine touchdowns (four rushing, five receiving) on his 40 touches (one every 4.4) ... caught three passes for 53 yards (including 26-yard TD) against Georgia in CFP Semifinal at Rose Bowl ... caught a 49-yard touchdown pass at Oklahoma State (11/4) ... carried three times for 12 yards and a touchdown against Texas Tech (10/28) ... had two receptions for 20 yards and a touchdown at Kansas State (10/21) ... tied career high with seven receptions with team-high 95 receiving yards and scored on a one-yard run against Iowa State (10/7) ... scored on both touches at Baylor with a three-yard TD run and 52-yard TD reception (9/23) ... recorded career highs in receptions (7) and receiving yards (98) and caught a 36-yard touchdown at Ohio State (9/9) ... carried twice for five yards (including first career rushing touchdown) and caught one pass for 18 yards against UTEP (9/2).

2016
Named second-team All-Big 12 by league's coaches ... turned in 149 yards of total offense and a receiving TD on 25 touches at Iowa State (11/3) ... started at tailback against Cyclones and ran for 115 yards on the only 22 carries of his career ... four of his 11 receptions resulted in touchdowns ... caught a 34-yard TD pass at Texas Tech (10/22) ... hauled in a 67-yard catch in Big 12-title-clinching win over Oklahoma State (12/3).

2015
An honorable mention All-Big 12 pick by league’s coaches ... named to Academic All-Big 12 Second Team ... played in all 13 games with four starts ... made one tackle on special teams in Orange Bowl against Clemson (12/31) ... caught a five-yard touchdown pass at Oklahoma State (11/28) ... made two catches for 26 yards (including a touchdown) at Baylor (11/14) ... caught two passes for career-high 81 yards (including a 75-yard touchdown) in start against Iowa State (11/7) ... recorded two receptions for 14 yards (including first touchdown of his career) in start against Texas (10/10) ... started against West Virginia (10/3) and Tulsa (9/19) ... caught one pass for four yards against Akron (9/5).

2014
Played in all 13 games with starts against Louisiana Tech, Tennessee, West Virginia, Kansas State and Kansas ... caught two passes for 17 yards in Russell Athletic Bowl against Clemson (12/29) ... made one catch for 11 yards and gained 14 yards on a lateral at Iowa State (11/1) ... caught one pass for 16 yards against Kansas State (10/18) ... made one tackle on special teams at TCU (10/4) ... tied career high with 24 receiving yards on two catches at Tulsa (9/6) ... made Sooners debut by starting against Louisiana Tech (8/30) and catching three passes for 24 yards.

HIGH SCHOOL
Early enrollee who started classes at OU in January ... three-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals, 247Sports and Scout ... No. 5 fullback (Scout) ... No 45 athlete (Rivals) ... No. 98 athlete (ESPN) ... No. 85 player in Texas (Rivals) ... also had offers from Boise State, Houston and Nevada.

PERSONAL
Graduated in December 2017 with a degree in sports management ... father, Erik Flowers, was picked in the first round (26th overall) of the 2000 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills and also was member of Houston Texans, Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Rams and Atlanta Falcons as a defensive end and linebacker.

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