Undrafted rookie Kenneth Farrow enjoyed quite a 2016 season with the Chargers. A former two-time second-team American Athletic Conference pick at the University of Houston, Farrow played in 13 games with two starts, and he finished the year as the team’s second-leading rusher.
TRANSACTION HISTORY: Signed with Chargers, May 10, 2016.
2016: Logged first NFL carries in 38-14 win over Jacksonville Sept. 18...took over for an injured Melvin Gordon Dec. 11 at Carolina and set season highs with 16 carries and 55 yards...made first NFL start Dec. 18 vs. Oakland...injured shoulder Dec. 24 at Cleveland...placed on “Reserve-Injured” Dec. 27
COLLEGE: Two-time second-team American Athletic Conference…MVP of 2015 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl…four-time American Athletic Conference Weekly Honor Roll…three-year team captain…AAC Offensive Player of Week after 38-28 win over Tulsa in 2014…finished career with 560 carries for 2,975 yards (fourth in school history) and 34 touchdowns (second) and 74 catches for 546 yards and three TDs…career-best 1,037 rush yards and 14 TDs (second-most in season in school history) as junior in 2014…led AAC in 100-yard games (seven) and rush TDs and ranked second in yards in 2014…team’s Tom Wilson Weight Room Off-Season MVP in 2013…redshirted in 2011…played at Houston from 2012-15…kinesiology major.
PERSONAL: Born in Irving, Texas...All-Southwest and all-region at L.D. Bell High in Hurst, Texas.