Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 5, 2017…Started 31 of 44 games played over four seasons for the 49ers…Finished his career with 4,020 yards and 41 TDs on 737 carries (5.5 avg.), adding 46 catches for 484 yards (10.5 avg.) and two TDs…Ranks No. 1 in school history in rushing yards (4,020), touchdowns (43), rushing touchdowns (41) and 100-yard rushing games (15)…Produced each of the top eight single-game rushing performances in school history…Started 11 games as a senior in 2016, missing one due to injury…Recorded 907 rushing yards and four TDs on 189 carries (4.8 avg.)…Added 20 catches for 242 yards (12.1 avg.) and a TD, all career-high numbers in receiving…Had seven performances of 100-plus all-purpose yards, with all coming in the final nine games after returning from injury…Topped 900 yards rushing for the third consecutive season…Returned from injury with 114 yards rushing and a TD on 16 attempts (7.1 avg.) at Temple (Sept. 24), his first game with 100-plus rushing yards on the season…Posted his first of back-to-back 100-yard rushing games with 123 yards and two TDs on 23 carries (5.3 avg.) at Marshall (Oct. 22)…Registered season highs with 29 attempts for 183 rushing yards (6.3 avg.), his second straight 100-yard game, at Southern Mississippi (Nov. 5)…Played in 11 games with nine starts as a junior in 2015…Ran the ball 190 times for 961 yards (5.1 avg.) and five TDs…Added nine catches for 79 yards (8.8 avg.)…Registered three games of 100-plus rushing yards and had nine carries of 20-plus yards…Ranked No. 5 in the conference in rushing yards on his way to earning second-team All-Conference USA honors…Posted his first of three straight 100-yard rushing performances with 159 yards on 29 carries (5.5 avg.) vs. Florida Atlantic (Sept. 26)…Continued the following week with 19 carries for 125 yards (6.6 avg.) vs. Temple (Oct. 2), adding two catches for a team-high 41 receiving yards (20.5 avg.) against the Owls…Set a school record with a career-high 204 rushing yards on 35 carries (5.8 avg.), with two TDs at Old Dominion (Oct. 17)…Started all 11 games as a sophomore in 2014, becoming the first 1,000-yard rusher in school history with 1,436 yards and a school-record 20 TDs on 229 attempts (6.3 avg.)…Registered multiple TDs in seven games and 150-plus rushing yards in six contests, including each of the final five…Contributed to the passing game with seven catches for 87 yards (12.4 avg.)…Made his first career start vs. at Campbell (Aug. 28), finishing with 70 yards and three TDs on 13 carries (5.4 avg.)…Ran the ball 21 times for 196 yards (9.3 avg.) and two TDs vs. Charleston Southern (Sept. 27)…His efforts against the Buccaneers saw him earn Running Back of the Week honors from College Football Performance Awards…Registered three TDs and 173 yards on 36 carries (4.8 avg.) vs. Wesley College (Nov. 15)…Played in all 11 games as a true freshman in 2013, the inaugural season for the football program…Led the team with 716 yards and 12 TDs on 129 carries (5.6 avg.)…Added 76 yards and a score on 10 catches (7.6 avg.)…Scored eight of his TDs in the final four games of the season…Was named second-team FCS Independent all-conference by collegesportsmadness.com…Led the team in rushing with 66 yards and a TD on nine carries (7.3 avg.) in his collegiate debut vs. Campbell (Aug. 31)…Recorded the first 100-yard rushing game of his career with 132 yards and a TD on 15 attempts (8.8 avg.) at Coastal Carolina (Nov. 2)…Posted the first three-TD game of his career at Morehead State (Nov. 23), finishing with 11 attempts for 86 yards (7.8 avg.)…Majored in African studies…Attended A.L. Brown High (Kannapolis, N.C.), seeing time at running back, kickoff returner and punt returner all four years, and defensive back his first two years…Also lettered four years in track and field, competing in the 100, 200, high jump, long jump and triple jump...Helped mentor students (elementary through high school) in Charlotte…Participated in a Christmas shopping event with children…Single, lives in Charlotte, N.C. …Nickname is “KP”…Given name Kalif Tywan Phillips; born in Washington, D.C.