FALL, 2002: Summers leaves Lexington High as the state’s career leader in rushing touchdowns (127) and yards (9,076).
JANUARY 2003: Plays in the U.S. Army All-American bowl in San Antonio.
FEB. 5, 2003: Along with Lexington coach Jimmy Satterfield, announces decision to attend USC, over Clemson, via a taped video on television.
AUG. 30, 2003: In Gamecocks debut, rushes three times for 23 yards in a 14-7 victory against Louisiana-Lafayette.
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SEPT. 20, 2003: Rushes for a career-high 161 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-10 victory against Alabama-Birmingham.
NOVEMBER 2003: Finishes freshman season with 638 yards and three touchdowns rushing. Goes on to be named to the coaches’ All-SEC freshman team.
JUNE 30, 2004: Coach Lou Holtz announces seven players, including Summers, will not have their summer school paid for by the university and will not be allowed to work out with the team because they had missed classes or other team activities.
NOVEMBER 20, 2004: In what turns out to be his final collegiate game, rushes for 14 yards on seven carries in a 29-7 loss to Clemson. Completes sophomore season as team’s leading rusher with 487 yards rushing.
MARCH 1, 2005: Dismissed from USC team for failing a marijuana test for the second time. Finishes Gamecocks career with 1,125 yards and four touchdowns rushing, and 211 yards and two touchdowns receiving.
MAY 31, 2006: Signs a one-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent.
AUGUST 2006: Cut by Cowboys.
MAY 2007: Earns a tryout with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League.
AUG. 6, 2007: Arrested for driving with a suspended license in his hometown of Lexington.
TODAY: Begins training camp with the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL.
SOURCES: SCHSL’S PALMETTO’S FINEST RECORD BOOK, THE STATE’S ARCHIVES