Set numerous records at W.C. Mepham (Hempstead, New York) High ... Rushed for 5,360 career yards, scoring 59 touchdowns and 379 points, all Long Island school records ... Was a Street & Smith's All-America, first team All-State, All-Long Island and twice earned the Thorpe Award, given to the top prep player on Long Island ... Born in the Ivory Coast.
In his career, Zereoue has rushed 546 times for 2,123 yards (3.9 avg) and 10 touchdowns. He has also caught 136 passes for 1,106 yards and a touchdown. He set career highs with Pittsburgh in 2002, totaling 1,103 yards from scrimmage (193 rushes for 762 yards and four touchdowns; 42 receptions for 341 yards), while starting five of 16 games for the Steelers. In 2003, he played in all 16 games with six starts, recording 433 yards on 132 carries and scoring two touchdowns with 40 receptions for 310 yards.
2005 (3/0/1/0): Released on Nov. 1, 2005 … Signed as a free agent on Sept. 28, 2005.
San Diego (10/2): Saw limited action as a running back at the end of the fourth quarter. at Atlanta (10/9): Dressed but did not see action in the Patriots’ 31-28 win over the Falcons. at Denver (10/16): Rushed the ball seven times for 14 yards … Caught one pass for five yards … Scampered for 12 yards on a rush off left end in the fourth quarter. Buffalo (10/30): Saw limited action at running back in the Patriots’ 21-16 victory over the Bills on Sunday Night Football.
2004 Season: Played in 15 games with the Oakland Raiders with six starts last season, notching 425 yards on 112 carries and scoring three touchdowns, while catching 39 passes for 284 yards.
2003 Season: Played in all 16 games in final season with Pittsburgh and had six starts ... Finished season with 132 rushes for 433 yards wiht two touchdowns ... Added 40 catches for 310 yards.
2002 Season:Played in every game for the Steelers, starting six regular season contests and both playoff games ... Led the team in rushing with 762 yards, a career high ... Also recorded career bests in receiving (42 catches for 341 yards) and touchdowns (four).
2001 Season: Played in 14 regular season league games and both playoff games for Pittsburgh ... Earned his first career start in the divisional playoff win over Baltimore.
2000 Season: Emerged as a quality special teams player for Pittsburgh ... Finished with 14 yards rushing on six carries ... Finished the preseason as the team's leading rusher for the second consecutive season ... Totaled 227 yards on 58 carries ... Also tied for the team lead in receptions with 10 catches for 111 yards ... Was a Sunday inactive for the first two regular season games.
1999 Season: Saw limited action during the regular season because of the Steelers depth at running back ... Dressed for eight games ... Finished the preseason as the team's leading rusher, compiling 170 yards on 43 carries (4.0) ... Also had four receptions for 10 yards ... Scored the Steelers only rushing TD of the preseason.
Was a second team All-America selection by The Sports Network and a first team All-Big East Conference pick in 1998 ... Earned Big East Player of the Week honors against Syracuse, Rutgers and Tulsa ... Set school records with 786 rushing attempts for 4,086 yards; 21, 100-yard rushing performances and 4,673 all-purpose yards despite only playing three seasons ... Ran for 40 touchdowns, which ranks second all-time in West Virginia history ... Set the Mountaineer record with seven straight games with at least one touchdown run ... Finished his career second in WVU career scoring with 252 points ... Completed his career as the only player in school history to rush for more than 1,000 yards in three different seasons ... Led the team with 1,462 yards and 13 touchdowns on 283 carries (5.2) in 1998 ... Caught 23 passes for 184 yards (8.0) and a score, and added 168 yards on eight kickoff returns (21.0) ... Ranked sixth among NCAA rushers with 143 yards per game in 1998 ... Led WVU with 84 points and an average of 164.9 all-purpose yards per game ... Was a third team All-America pick by The Sporting News ... Voted All-Big East Conference and All-ECAC first team selection after 1997 season ... Was a semifinalist for the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation's top running back ... Led conference and set a school single-season rushing record with 1,589 yards on 281 carries (5.7) and 18 touchdowns in 1997, finishing one shy of a WVU record ... Ranked third among NCAA rushers with 150.5 yards per game ... Caught 16 passes for 131 yards (8.2)...Was voted unanimous Big East Rookie of the Year by the league's coaches in 1996 ... First team All-Big East Conference selection ... Set a WVU freshman rushing record with 1,035 rushing yards ... Redshirted as a freshman ... Majored in Sports Management.