• Has made three appearances for the Mean Green thus far, carrying 28 times for 144 yards and three touchdowns, while also catching six passes for 27 yards with a touchdown
• Scored a career-high three touchdowns (two on the ground, one through the air), while carrying nine times for 30 yards and catching four passes for 15 yards in the double OT win at Rice on 9/24
• Totaled 23 all-purpose yards after carrying six times for 11 yards and hauling in two passes for 12 more at No. 23 Florida on 9/17
• Made his season-debut on 9/10 vs. Bethune-Cookman with his first career 100-yard game, carrying 13 times for 103 yards and a touchdown in a win
• Played in 11 games for the Mean Green, playing some in the backfield and mostly on special teams
• Was third on the team in rushing, rushing 44 times for 290 yards, a 6.6 yards per carry average.
• Also rushed for two touchdowns, one each against Southern Miss and UTSA.
• Rushed six times for a career-high 48 yards against Southern Miss, scoring his first touchdown of the season, the first rushing touchdown of his career and the second total touchdown of his career
• Led the team in rushing against Middle Tennessee, rushing for 59 yards on seven carries, including a 52-yard run, the second-longest run by a North Texas player this season.
• Played in six games, caught a 14-yard pass for a touchdown and ran the ball six times during the season
• Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com
• Was a dual-threat player who totaled 4,630 yards of offense during his career (2,653 rushing, 1,977 receiving) and 76 touchdowns
• As a senior Ivery rushed for 1,673 yards and 27 touchdowns to go along with 386 yards receiving and five touchdowns
• Named the District 14-4A Offensive MVP his senior season
• Finished the season with 2,059 yards of total offense and 32 touchdowns
• Was named to the Class 4A AP second-team all-state
• As a junior, Ivery was the District 14-4A MVP as he rushed for 914 yards and 22 touchdowns
• Made 54 receptions for 674 yards and six touchdowns along with a return touchdown, giving him a total of 29 TDs in 2012
• Was a first-team all-district player as a junior as a wide receiver
• As a sophomore, Ivery made 46 catches for 917 yards and 13 touchdowns