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2017 (Redshirt Junior): Started all 11 games of the season at A-back ... Ranked fourth on the team in rushing (220 yards), second in receiving yards (130) and tied for second in receptions (4) ... Led all Georgia Tech (min. 2 receptions) in yards per catch with a 32.5-yard average ... Three of his four receptions covered at least 34 yards (the fourth went for 19) ... Had his biggest day of the season in the opener against Tennessee (Sept. 4), rushing for 34 yards and adding a 42-yard catch, good for a season-high 76 yards from scrimmage ... Had four carries for 36 yards (9.0 avg.) and a 19-yard catch in home opener against Jacksonville State (Sept. 9) ... Ran for 42 yards in heartbreaking loss at nationally ranked Miami (Oct. 14) ... Had a season-high 57 rushing yards, including a 42-yard touchdown run, in homecoming win over Wake Forest (Oct. 21) ... Caught a 34-yard pass at Virginia (Nov. 4) ... Hauled in a 35-yard touchdown pass at Duke (Nov. 18).
2016 (Redshirt Sophomore): Appeared in all 13 games with six starts at A-back ... Dual threat ranked fifth on the team with 273 rushing yards and fourth on the squad with 183 receiving yards ... Averaged 5.9 yards per carry, 18.3 yards per catch and 8.1 yards per touch ... Opened the season with three catches for 60 yards (both career highs), including a 22-yard catch on fourth-and-19 with less than three minutes to go that extended what turned out to be Georgia Tech's game-winning touchdown drive in a 17-14 win over Boston College (Sept. 3) ... Accounted for 103 all-purpose yards against Mercer (Sept. 10), including a career-high 91 rushing yards on just seven carries (13.0 avg.) ... 91 rushing yards versus Mercer are the most by a Georgia Tech A-back since Robert Godhigh ran for 123 yards against Clemson on Nov. 14, 2013 ... Closed the regular season with huge plays versus Virginia (Nov. 19) and Georgia (Nov. 26) ... Ran three times for 65 yards (21.7 avg.), including a 60-yard touchdown run in the Jackets' 31-17 win over UVA ... Accounted for 79 yards (40 rushing, 39 receiving) in the win over UGA ... Opened his big day versus Georgia with a 32-yard run on Georgia Tech's second offensive play, which led directly to a GT touchdown ... With the Jackets trailing 27-14 in the fourth quarter, his 39-yard reception was the biggest gain on a touchdown drive that cut the deficit to 27-21 ... Still trailing by six points with less than a minute to play, Searcy took a pitch from QB Justin Thomas, elected not to toss the ball back to Thomas on a throwback but instead pulled it down, raced up the middle towards the goal line, leapt through several converging defenders and into the end zone for a six-yard touchdown run that proved to be the winning points in Tech's 28-27 victory over its archrival ... Capped the season with 38 all-purpose yards in TaxSlayer Bowl victory over Kentucky (Dec. 31), highlighted by a 36-yard reception.
2015 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in three games before suffering season-ending injury at Notre Dame ... Made collegiate debut vs. Alcorn State (Sept. 3) ... Had 31-yard rush and 11-yard reception ... Scored both rushing and receiving TD vs. Tulane (Sept. 12) ... Rushed six times for 35 yards and had 17-yard reception ... Rushed for 10 yards and caught 17-yard pass at Notre Dame (Sept. 19).
2014 (True Freshman): Redshirted.
High School: Three-sport standout and four-year football letterwinner at Lamar County H.S. (coach Franklin Stephens) ... Also played basketball and ran track ... Played wide receiver on offense and in secondary on defense ... Recorded 576 receiving yards, 233 rushing yards, a team-best 88 tackles, six pass breakups, five interceptions and accounted for 11 touchdowns (four receiving, two rushing, two on interception returns, two on kick returns and one passing) as a senior ... Helped lead LCHS to 14-1 record and runner-up finish in state playoffs.
Personal: Full name is Micquavius Jordell Searcy ... Born Jan. 7, 1996 in Griffin, Ga. ... Parents are Walter and Amanda Williams ... Has six siblings and step-siblings -- Gregory Boggs, Kenya Williams, Kadeem Williams, Latonya Searcy, Lakeisha Searcy and Dontavious Searcy ... Began playing football at age nine ... Majoring in business administration.
Rushing Attempts: 8 at Georgia, Nov. 26, 2016
Rushing Yards: 91 yards vs. Mercer, Sept. 10, 2016
Rushing Touchdowns: 1, four times - last vs. Wake Forest, Oct. 21, 2017
Longest Rush: 60 yards vs. Virginia, Nov. 19, 2016
Receptions: 3 vs. Boston College, Sept. 3, 2016
Receiving Yards: 60 yards vs. Boston College, Sept. 3, 2016
Receiving Touchdowns: 1, twice - last at Duke, Nov. 18, 2017
Longest Reception: 42 yards vs. No.25/24 Tennessee, Sept. 4, 2017
Punt Returns: 1 vs. Alcorn State, Sept. 3, 2015