Tavior Mowry

Tavior Mowry was born in Fort Erwin, California. He received a bachelor’s college degree and majored in Sociology major. He was raised by his parents Tim and Darlene Mowry as the youngest child of four siblings. He was raised among two sisters, Tia and Tamera, and a brother Tahj. He is an American football player, with a raising career.

Mowry is considered to be a rather cheerful character, as his fans take it by his claims that he has two life goals before his 30th birthday. Mowry claims he wishes to appear in his feature film and to run in Spain alongside with the bulls.

Mowry is often referred to be a sports hero. He is a former NFL running back Jahvid Best. He also used to play for Aggie. He was tutored by head coach Ron Gould during his time in California.

Mowry played at WESTLAKE HS’ 11, where he was given an honor title of All-Marmonte for two times. He was distinct at All-Ventura County as a senior. Mowry had six games of 100 yards. During his school career, he won a Southern Section title in 2009 and a runner up title in 2010, for two consecutive seasons.

In 2012, Mowry played as a red shirt freshman in four games. He had tallied fifty rushing yards, on all 17 carries. He performed his longest run during the year at South Dakota State, with 14 yards. For 37 yards, Mowry had four receptions. During the same year, Mowry has recorded all-purpose yards even 87 times during a season. During the majority of the season, he was suffering from an injury that had significantly slowed him down.

During 2013, Mowry has seen the action in nine games. He picked up starts against both Northern Arizona as well as Idaho State. Same year, Mowry had his second-most carries achieved for UC Davis, as he finished with the score of 53, for a third-best spot at 184 yards. He has also dded five catches for 37 yards and had pulled Aggies out of their trouble. He performed a season-long rush of 28 yards, starting from the line of three yards in the first quarter at the State of Nevada. He had finished at 41 rushing yards, on overall four carries facing the Wolf Pack.

In each of the initial three games, Mowry had at least 37 rushing yards. He had capped this year with scoring 24 yards for overall three carries, with the opponent being Sacramento State. This score included a 17-yard gain that had helped him to set up a 30-yard FG by Brady Stuart, as well as a 27-7 Aggie lead he made early in the third quarter of the season. Mowry had caught two passes, as for 14 yards playing at the State of Nevada.


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