Originally Posted by The Pencil Neck
From what I recall at the Combine, that was one of his selling points: he could return kicks. He's the All Time Leader in Punt Return Yardage... at Idaho... which isn't really saying a whole lot.
Keo was also used on KO return occasionally.
In his career he also notched runs of 31, 32, and 35 yards.
Those were his only rush attempts in college.
He played 2-way in HS, at safety and RB.
In his Sr year, he rushed for 1,572 yards on 113 carries (13.9 average) with 21 TDs.
He also threw for 3TDs.
Keo was also the starting shortstop for his school baseball team.