About Maples: Third back in Army history to rush for 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons ... trying to join Mike Mayweather as only Black Knights to reach the 1,000-yard mark three times ... ranks sixth on Army's all-time rushing list with 2,489 yards ... sits fifth in Army history with 10 100-yard rushing games ... has combined for 2,281 yards in last two years.
2012: One of seven Black Knights to start all 12 games ... ran for 1,215 yards, the fifth-best total in Academy history ... joined Trent Steelman (1,248) to make up the second Army duo to each rush for 1,000 yards ... scored two touchdowns ... averaged 101.2 yards per game and 5.4 yards per carry ... caught six passes for 108 yards and a score ... accounted for six 100-yard rushing games ... became first Army player in 19 years to rush for at least 100 yards in the first three games of the season ... rushed for 107 yards on 19 carries against San Diego State ... also caught one pass for 23 yards versus the Aztecs ... matched his career high with 159 yards rushing versus Northern Illinois ... scored one rushing touchdown opposite NIU ... averaged 6.9 yards per rush on a career-high 23 carries against the Huskies ... ran for 140 yards on 15 carries at Wake Forest ... averaged 9.3 yards per rush ... caught a 13-yard touchdown pass versus the Demon Deacons ... posted career highs with 34 rushing attempts and 184 rushing yards against Boston College ... also caught one pass for nine yards against the Eagles ... carried the ball 20 times for 73 yards and one touchdown against Air Force ... also caught one pass for a career-best 53 yards versus the Falcons ... went for 156 yards versus Navy, the highest rushing total by an Army player against the Mids since 2000.
2011: Started 10 of the 11 games he played in ... ran for 1,066 yards and four touchdowns ... just third Army sophomore to reach 1,000-yard mark ... averaged 7.3 yards per carry ... broke Army record for average per rush by a player with at least 100 carries in a season ... caught one pass for five yards ... posted five 100-yard rushing performances this season ... became the 13th Army player to run for 100 yards in at least five games in a season ... listed with the starting unit at Northern Illinois ... rushed for 125 yards on 16 carries at Ball State... marked his first career 100-yard rushing performance ... scored a career-high two rushing touchdowns ... averaged 7.8 yards per rush ... ran for 141 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries against Tulane ... caught one pass for five yards opposite the Green Wave ... posted his third straight 100-yard rushing performance withi 111 yards on 19 carries at Miami (Ohio) ... rushed for a career-high 159 yards on 10 carries against Fordham ... long rush of 57 yards is a career best ... topped the 100-yard mark for the fifth time, rushing for 132 yards on 17 carries at Air Force ... gained 117 yards rushing in the first half alone ... missed the Rutgers game due to injury ... returned to the starting lineup at Temple ... rushed for a team-best 93 yards on 12 carries against the Owls.
2010: Appeared in 10 games ... garnered one starting assignment ... one of seven rookies to earn varsity letter ... made collegiate debut versus Hawai'i ... notched collegiate starting debut opposite Tulane ... ranked sixth among team rushing leaders with 208 yards on 47 carries ... added two receptions for 38 yards and one touchdown ... established career standards for rushing attempts (13) and rushing yards (66) against Navy ... scored first collegiate rushing touchdown during key, late-season victory at Kent State ... finished bowl-clinching win with 26 ground yards on just three carries ... ... hauled in 34-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Trent Steelman versus Duke for first career reception and score ... found end zone after nifty run after catch.
High School: Two-time all-state performer at West Philadelphia Catholic High in Philadelphia, Pa. ... played for head coach Brian Fluck ... two-way standout ... starred at both running back and strong safety ... earned All-Catholic League honors at both positions ... all-city choice at both spots as well ... teamed with Rob Holloman (Kent State) and Curtis Drake (Penn State) to form trio of 1,000-yard rushers ... first team in city history to accomplish that feat ... helped offense score state-best 997 total points ... closed career with 45 career rushing touchdowns and over 2,500 ground yards ... four-time letterwinner ... served as team captain during senior campaign ... helped club to three consecutive city championships and state runnerup finish in 2008 ... squad lost state championship game in double-overtime that season.
Personal: Given name is Raymond Jamal Maples ... parents' names are Benjamin and Lisa Maples ... enjoys playing video games and listening to music in free time ... loves to eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches ... first member of family to attend college ... first member of high school to attend West Point ... began playing organized football at age of seven ... majoring in Systems Management.