Navy will recognize its 31 senior members prior to Saturday's AAC contest against Tulsa.
Meeting for just the second time in series history, the Mids make their first trip to Tampa to face the Bulls.
The winner of the Navy-Air Force game has won the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy in each of the last 19 years.
Senior slot back from Sicklerville, N.J.
Navy's senior class has compiled a 32-15 record, won two Commander-In-Chief's Trophies and has won two bowl games.
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• At Navy: Enters the fall listed second on the depth chart at slot back ... will see plenty of time at one of Navy’s strongest positions ... has good hands and can make things happen with the ball after catching the pitch or pass ... was a wide receiver for his first three years in high school before switching to running back as a senior ... is also expected to be Navy’s punt returner ... physical player who is an excellent blocker ... has earned two varsity letters.
• 2015: Played in all 13 contests ...finished the year with 140 yards rushing on 16 carries (8.8) and one touchdown, while catching three passes for 34 yards (11.3) and a TD ... also returned punts for the Mids, averaging 4.6 yards on five returns ... carried the ball twice against Pitt in the Military Bowl for a gain of 10 yards and returned a punt ... turned in a career-high 52 yards on three carries at Tulsa that featured a career-long 44-yard run ... also returned a kickoff and punt at Tulsa ... rushed for 19 yards on a pair of carries and scored on an eight-yard run at Memphis ... it was his first career rushing touchdown and the second overall touchdown of his career ... carried the ball twice for 22 yards against USF, including a 17-yard run ... scored his first collegiate touchdown, rushing or receiving, on a 24-yard grab from Tago Smith against Tulane ... also carried the ball twice for 13 yards ... returned one punt for three yards against Air Force ... caught a 10-yard pass and ran the ball once for two yards at UConn ... gained 10 yards on a pair of rushes in the Mids’ league opener against East Carolina ... carried the ball once for a gain of eight yards in the opener against Colgate.
• 2014: Part of an offensive unit that ended the year ranked No. 1 nationally in fewest penalties per game (2.54), fewest penalty yards per game (24.77), No. 2 in rushing offense (338.1), No. 2 in passing yards per completion (17.06), No. 6 in fewest passes intercepted (5), No. 11 in third down conversion (.481), No. 34 in fourth down conversion (.583) and No. 36 in red zone offense (.873) ... played in 11 games where he carried the ball 10 times for 50 yards (5.0) and caught two passes for 36 yards ... also returned four kicks for 77 yards on the year ... carried the ball once for 10 yards at South Alabama ... part of an offense that rushed for 423 yards against San Jose State, Navy’s third 400-yard rushing game of the season and the 27th-best rushing performance in program history ... carried the ball once for six yards against San Jose State ... sat out the VMI game with an injury ... carried the ball three times for 10 yards at Air Force before leaving the game with an injury just before the half ... nearly had a touchdown catch in the end zone against the Falcons, but lost the tug-of-war to AF’s Christian Spears ... carried the ball twice for 23 yards against Western Kentucky and featured a long of 16 yards ... also caught a career-long 19-yard pass ... replaced an injured Ryan Williams-Jenkins in the lineup on kick returns, returning four for 77 yards including a long return of 25 yards ... caught his first collegiate pass for a 17-yard gain against Rutgers ... made his collegiate debut in the Mids’ opener against No. 5 Ohio State ... carried the ball twice for two yards.
• 2013: Did not see any varsity action.
• High School / Personal: A 2013 graduate of St. Augustine Prep School, Cass was a three-sport athlete who earned letters in basketball, football and track & field (sprints) ... earned First-Team All-Cape Athletic League honors, as well as First-Team All-South Jersey recognition in football ... recipient of the Maxwell Award his senior year ... led the state of New Jersey and set high school records for rushing yards (2,001) and touchdowns (37) as a senior (on 257 carries) ... led St. Augustine to the 2012 Cape Atlantic League Championship with an 8-2 record ... an Honorable Mention All-Cape Atlantic League selection in track in 2012 ... carried the ball 53 times for 261 yards and three touchdowns in his conference championship game in which St. Augustine Prep won, 41-40, in overtime ... rushed for 336 yards in his first career start at running back which set a conference mark ... played wide receiver his first three years in high school ... ran in the Meet of Champions of New Jersey in the 4x100 ... also had an offer from Army ... named to the President’s List for his academic success ... created the “Never Say Never” Foundation in memory of his late uncle, Robert White, who was a quadriplegic ... his father, Calvin Sr., is one of the all-time great running backs in Army history ... son of Calvin Sr. and Marshella Cass ... majoring in English.