FSU football career rushing leader No. 9: Lorenzo Booker
- 2,389 rushing yards
- 15 rushing touchdowns
- 4.8 yards per rush
Every single season following Lorenzo Booker’s freshman campaign, Florida State won one less game than the month before. That didn’t mean that the Ventura, California native wasn’t one of the most valued RBs to ever grace the home locker room at Doak. Because he most certainly was.
All things considered, though, Booker’s Tallahassee tenure will go down as more unsung than in the spotlight. His highest yardage in a season was 616, though he did have 420 receiving yards that year as well to push his all-purpose total over 1,000.
His NFL career didn’t last long, but Booker was able to stay at the pro level for five years with a one-year detour in the UFL.