Suffered a knee injury late last season and was limited in spring practice • Catches the ball well out of the backfield and runs hard.
2014 - Sophomore Season
Played in the first 10 games of the season before going down vs. Pittsburgh with a torn ACL, MCL and meniscus in his right knee • Finished the season with 12 carries for 26 yards and five receptions for 28 yards • Also had two kickoff returns for 38 yards, including a long of 23 vs. Virginia Tech • Caught three passes for 14 yards in the win over Georgia Tech • Rushed a season-high five times for 16 yards in the season opener against Liberty.
2013 - True Freshman Season
Finished his true freshman campaign as the team’s fifth-leading rusher with 236 yards on 63 carries • Scored a rushing touchdown vs. Old Dominion and caught a touchdown pass vs. Virginia • Played in 12 games • Made 11 receptions for 82 yards • Rushed three times for eight yards and caught three passes for nine yards against Duke • Had four carries for 36 yards and his first career rushing touchdown against Old Dominion • Rushed seven times for 17 yards and caught two passes for 23 yards at Pitt • Had 35 rushing yards and two catches for 22 yards and his first career touchdown in the win over Virginia • Rushed five times for 23 yards and caught a 7-yard pass in the win at NC State • Rushed six times for 11 yards in the win over Boston College • Had four carries for nine yards and an eight-yard reception at Virginia Tech • Gained 17 yards on four carries at Georgia Tech • Saw his first career game action in the win over Middle Tennessee • Rushed 10 times for 42 yards against the Blue Raiders • Enrolled at UNC in January, 2013.
Hillside High School
Member of North Carolina’s Shrine Bowl team • Considered the No. 29 running back in the country by ESPN.com • Ranked the No. 95 running back in the country by Scout.com • Listed as the No. 18 running back in the country by 247sports.com • Prepstar All-Atlantic Region • Ran 251 times for 2,100 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior • Also had 328 yards and five touchdowns receiving • Was twice named the conference offensive back of the year • Rushed for 2,251 yards with 31 touchdowns as a junior • Also added 90 yards in receptions with one touchdown • Coached by Antonio King.
Son of Chris and Bobbi Hadersbeck • Born December 25, 1993 • Majoring in exercise and sport science • Would like to visit Brazil in the future • Would most like to play for the Seattle Seahawks • Favorite possession is his phone • Favorite TV show is “Family Guy” • Exercise and sport science major.