James Mungro, II, born in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania played his entire NFL career was with the Indianapolis Colts. Mungro attended East Stroudsburg South High School and was Parade and Street and Smith’s All-America grid performer. He was also Pennsylvania Player-of-the-Year as a junior and all-state selection in his final two seasons. He rushed for 2,541 yards and 34 TDs as senior. He set the Pennsylvania state record after rushing for 8,432 yards and totaling 9,513 all-purpose yards during his career.
Mungro was a four-year letterman who totaled 529-2, 869, 29 touchdowns (TD) rushing for the Syracuse University Orangemen. He had his best year as a senior with 1,170, 14 TDs rushing. Undrafted, Mungro was signed by the Detroit Lions in 2002 but was cut at the end of training camp that year. The Indianapolis Colts signed him immediately, and he became a backup to Edgerrin James. He rushed for 114 yards in his first start.