Choice played college football at Georgia Tech. He was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He finished his Cowboys career with 250 rushing attempts for 1,139 yards (4.6-yard average). Choice has danced the NFL two step and spent time with Washington, Colts and Bills. Choice began his collegiate career at the University of Oklahoma but transferred to Georgia Tech in 2005. In 2004, Choice served as a backup to true freshman Adrian Peterson. At the end of the season, his mother fell ill and Choice applied for a medical hardship to return home and play for Georgia Tech. Choice led the Yellow Jacket rushing attack in 2006, becoming the first Yellow Jacket to rush for 1,000 yards since P. J. Daniels in 2003. Choice along with All-American Calvin Johnson and senior quarterback Reggie Ball took Tech to the Atlantic Coast Conference Title Game as the Coastal Division Champions.