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Release: 12/13/2000
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9 HakimAkbar
Junior - Free Safety

Earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors ... named first-team All-America by CNNSI.com ... named honorable mention All-American, and first-team all-conference, by CollegeFootballNews.com ... named to the All-Pac-10 first team by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... one of six players to start all 11 games in each of the last two seasons ... has played in every game of his career ... tied for the team-lead in tackles with 97 ... highest total by a Husky safety since Lawyer Milloy's 115 in 1995 ... 2000 tackle total ranked fifth in the Pac-10 ... part of a terrific Husky secondary that ranked second in the Pac-10 in pass defense with just 207.9 yards allowed per game ... secondary allowed more than one pass TD in a game just three times, and held opponents under 250 yards passing in eight of 11 games ... finished first or second in tackles in nine of 11 games this season ... five tackles for loss tied for sixth on the team ... totaled a career-high and Pac-10 season-best 19 tackles in 33-30 win over Oregon State ... 19 tackles are most by a Husky since John Fiala recorded 22 at Arizona State in 1996 ... recorded two interceptions and recovered two fumbles ... tallied 14 tackles against Oregon, second-highest on the team this year ... earned coaches' defensive MVP honors for his effort ... also named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for that game ...also earned coaches' defensive MVP honors for one-interception, six-tackle game vs. Idaho ... switched to strong safety, the position he played in 1999, after the Stanford game ... made 10 tackles in Huskies' 35-32 comeback win over Arizona ... against Cal, made key recovery of Joe Igber's fourth-quarter fumble that led to game-winning touchdown ... led the team with nine tackles and a pass broken up in Huskies' 51-3 Apple Cup win over Washington State to merit coaches' defensive MVP honor ... 31-yard interception return at Arizona State was Huskies season-best ... co-winner of KOMO Newstalk 1000's Most Outstanding Defensive Player award at the postseason banquet.

Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
1998    11-4    36   23      59   0-0    1  1-3   0   1-17  0-0
1999    11-11   33   36      69   3-9    2  2-0   6   1-4   0-0
2000    11-11   54   43      97   5-16   0  2-0   6   2-31  0-0
Totals  22-15  123  102     225   8-25   3  5-3  12   4-52  0-0

3 RocAlexander
Freshman - Cornerback

One of five freshmen to make a significant impact in the secondary this season ... appeared in 10 games ... part of a terrific Husky secondary that ranked second in the Pac-10 in pass defense with just 207.9 yards allowed per game ... secondary allowed more than one pass TD in a game just three times, and held opponents under 250 yards passing in eight of 11 games ... finished the season with 13 tackles, third among Husky frosh ... credited with a tackle-for-loss in Huskies' 51-3 Rose Bowl-clinching win at Washington State ... forced a fumble in Washington's 21-15 win at Arizona State ... had season- and career-best two tackles on several occasions ... also played extensively on Huskies special-teams coverage, sharing KOMO Newstalk 1000's Special Teams Player of the Year award.

Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
2000    10-0     6    7      13   1-1    1  0-0   1   0-0   0-0

24 RichAlexis
Freshman - Tailback

Earned first-team Freshman All-American honors from Rivals.com ... a second-team Freshman All-American in The Sporting News ... led team with nine touchdowns, most ever at Washington by a true freshman... rushing TD total was most by a Husky tailback since Corey Dillon had 22 in 1996 ... tied for 10th in the Pac-10 in scoring, third among non-kickers with 54 points, 4.9 per game ... finished season with a UW true-freshman record 738 rushing yards, despite not starting until the seventh game of the season ... bested the freshman-record 538 rushing yards of Willie Hurst in 1998 ... a major cog in Husky running game that ranked first in the conference, 16th in the nation at 211.7 yards per game ... 67.1 yards-per-game rushing average was seventh in the conference ... averaged a team-best 6.3 yards per carry ... had second-highest per-carry average of any Husky rushing leader in school history ... only Napoleon Kaufman (6.5 yards per carry in 1992) led the Huskies in rushing with a higher per-carry average ... only received 11 total carries for 80 yards in first four games, but averaged 16 carries for 94.3 yards and 1.1 TDs per game the rest of the way ... became just the fifth true freshman running back to start at Washington when he got the nod vs. Cal on Oct. 21 ... responded with 78 yards rushing and two TDs, his third-consecutive two-score game ... started the next three games, missing the start of the Washington State game with a shoulder injury ... despite carrying the ball just 12 times against the Cougars, managed 134 yards and a score in Huskies' 51-3 win ... was one of three Husky tailbacks to earn Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week honors in 2000, doing so after rushing 21 times for 127 yards in Huskies' 35-28 win over UCLA ... one of four Husky running backs to receive at least 48 carries and average over 5.0 yards per carry ... earned back-to-back coaches' offensive MVP honors for performances vs. Oregon State (107 yards, 2 TDs) and at Arizona State (127 yards, 2 TDs) ... also named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for the ASU game ... 86-yard TD run at Arizona State was sixth-longest in school history, longest in the Pac-10 this season, and longest ever by a true freshman at Washington ... went 50 yards for first-career score, in Huskies' 34-29 upset win over No. 4 Miami ... went over 100 yards rushing four times, vs. Oregon State (107), at Arizona State (127), vs. UCLA (127), and at WSU (134) ... along with Pope John Paul II High School teammate John Anderson (Boynton Beach, Fla.), became the highest-scoring HS tandem in school history, with 128 points scored ... co-winner of the Travis Spring Award, given to the Huskies' most outstanding offensive and defensive freshmen.

Rushing
Year   G-S   TC   Yds.  Lost   Net   Avg.  TD   LG
2000  11-4  117   740    14    126   6.2    9   86

Receiving
Year   G-S  Rec.  Yds.   Avg.  TD   LG
2000  11-4    5    38    7.6    0   16

Career Highs (Rushing)
Rushing Attempts: 22 vs. California, 2000
Rushing Yards: 134 at Washington State, 2000
Longest Rush: 86 at Arizona State, 2000
Longest TD Run: 86 at Arizona State, 2000
Touchdowns: 2 (three times, most recent vs. California, 2000)

15 JohnAnderson
Sophomore - Kicker

Made 12 of 17 field goals, improving to 25 of 35 (.714) in his career ... finished third in the Pac-10 in total scoring with 74 points, trailing only OSU tailback Ken Simonton (110) and Beaver kicker Ryan Cesca (85) ... career field-goal total of 25 is sixth-highest all-time at UW ... holds four of the Huskies' all-time top-10 longest field goals, including a share of the school record (56 yards at UCLA, 11/13/99) ... 42 PAT attempts were fourth-most in a single-season by a Husky kicker all-time ... became the first Husky to lead the team in scoring in consecutive seasons since kicker John McCallum in 1988-89 ... after missing first two attempts of the season, made 12 of last 15 (.800) ... earned weekly special teams MVP honor for performance against Colorado, in which he kicked a 22-yard field goal and was a perfect 2-for-2 in PATs ... against Arizona, was perfect in two field goals and three extra points, and booted four kickoffs into the end zone to again earn special teams MVP honors ... made three of four field goals against California, including a season-best 42-yarder ... three field goals made at Cal tied for second-highest single-game total in the conference this season ... for his career, is 8-for-10 (.800) from inside 30 yards, 8-for-11 (.727) from 30-39 yards, 9-for-14 (.643) from 40 yards or more, and 3-for-4 from 50 or more ... along with Pope John Paul II High School teammate Rich Alexis (Boynton Beach, Fla.), became the highest-scoring HS tandem in school history, with 128 points scored.

Year    PAT    FG  FGA   Pts.
1999    34-35  13  18    73
2000    38-42  12  17    74
Totals  72-77  25  35   147

Field Goals
Year    0-19  20-29  30-39  40-49   50+   Totals   LG
1999    0-0    3-4    3-4    4-6    3-4   13-18    56
2000    0-0    5-6    5-7    2-4    0-0   12-17    42
Totals  0-0    8-10   8-11   6-10   3-4   25-35    56

20 PaulArnold
Sophomore - Tailback

Played in first 19 games of UW career before missing last four games with a back problem ... averaged over 5.0 yards-per-carry for the second-consecutive season ... started first six games for Husky offense that ranked first in the conference and 16th in the nation with 211.7 rush yards per game ... made first-career start in season-opener against Idaho, carrying eight times for 46 yards and a score ... earned both Huskies' and Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week honors after racking up 167 total yards (102 rushing, 65 receiving) in Huskies' 33-30 win over Oregon State ... one of four Husky tailbacks to earn the Pac-10 honor this season ... also named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for that game ... seven receptions and 65 yards receiving vs. Oregon State were both career-highs.

Rushing
Year    G-S   TC   Yds.  Lost  Net   Avg.  TD   LG
1999   11-0   40   255    4    251   6.3    2   80
2000    7-6   58   304    8    296   5.1    1   27
Totals 18-6   98   559   12    547   5.6    3   80

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.   Avg.  TD   LG
1999   11-0    5    11    2.2    0    4
2000    7-6   10   138   13.8    0   35
Totals 18-6   15   149    9.9    0   35

Previous Bowl Experience (Rushing)
Year (Bowl)     TC  Yds. Lost  Net   Avg.  TD   LG
1999 (Holiday)   5   29    2    27   5.4   0    11

Career Highs (Rushing and Receiving)
Rushing Attempts: 16 vs. Oregon State, 2000
Rushing Yards: 126 yards vs. Washington State, 1999
Longest Rush: 80 yards vs. Washington State, 1999
Longest TD Rush: 80 yards vs. Washington State, 1999
Touchdowns: 1 (three times, most recent vs. Idaho, 2000)
Receptions: 7 vs. Oregon State, 2000
Receiving Yards: 65 yards vs Oregon State, 2000
Longest Reception: 35 yards at Oregon, 2000

64 KyleBenn
Junior - Center

Started at center in every game, extending his career streak to 22 consecutive games started ... one of three offensive linemen to start every game in the past two seasons ... helped Washington lead the Pac-10 in rushing for the second-consecutive season, with 211.7 yards per game ... a major reason Washington ranked 16th in the nation in per-game rushing average ... also led UW to a third-place conference finish in sacks against ... helped the Huskies rush for over 300 yards in consecutive games for the first time since 1977 ... earned co-offensive MVP honor in Huskies' 35-28 win over UCLA, as the team rushed for 349 yards ... the following week, made key blocks as UW rushed for 336 yards in 51-3 win at Washington State ... named co-offensive MVP in Huskies' 44-20 win over Idaho, with Washington carrying 44 times for 254 yards ... also helped Huskies to rush for 211 yards against an Arizona defense that ranked 6th in the nation in rush defense (76.8 rush yards/game) entering the contest ... has led UW to a top-25 national ranking in rushing average in each of his two seasons as a starter ... a first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honoree ... earned postseason Coaches' Award for outstanding contribution to the team.

43 OwenBiddle
Sophomore - Free Safety

Played in nine of 11 games this season, missing just the Miami and Colorado games with a sprained ankle ... made key punt-block and recovery in fourth quarter of Huskies' 36-24 win over California ... performance earned Biddle second special-teams MVP honor of the season ... earned first MVP award in first-career game, vs. Idaho ... recovered a fumble on special teams to set up a UW score in Huskies' 44-20 win ... earned special teams MVP honor again against UCLA, and also in Huskies' 51-3 win over Washington State, becoming the only player to win the award four times ... co-winner of KOMO Newstalk 1000's Most Outstanding Special Teams Player award at the annual postseason banquet.

Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
2000    11-0    7      1      8    0-0   0  1-0    1    0    0-0

10 ToureButler
Senior - Cornerback

Used primarily as a kick returner in 2000 ... returned 14 punts for a 6.9-yard average ... return average ranked seventh in the Pac-10 ... brought back six kicks for 80 yards, a 13.3-yard average ... 706 career kick-return yards is 10th-highest total all-time ... five punt returns and 58 punt-return yards at Washington State were both career-highs ... had a career-best 35-yard punt return to set up final Husky touchdown in 51-3 win at Washington State ... had a personal season-best 18-yard kick return at Arizona State ... appeared in 10 games this season, and has now played in 32 games in his career.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
1997    11-0   15      1     16    0-0   0    0    0   0-0   0-0
1998    11-11  32     20     52    1-5   0  1-35   9   1-0   0-0
1999    DNP
2000    10-0    0      0      0    0-0   0    0    0   0-0   0-0
Totals  32-11  47     21     68    1-5   0  1-35   9   1-0   0-0

Kickoff Returns
Year    G-S    No.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
1997   11-0     0     0   0.0    0    0
1998   11-11   22   626  28.5    1   98
1999    DNP
2000   10-0     6    80  13.3    0   98
Totals 32-11   28   706  25.2    1   98

Punt Returns
Year    G-S    No.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
1997   11-0     0     0   0.0    0    0
1998   11-11    2     6   3.0    0    6
1999    DNP
2000   10-0    14    97   6.9    0   35
Totals 32-11   16   103   6.4    0   35

Previous Bowl Experience (Kickoff Returns)
Year (Bowl)     No.  Yds.  Avg.  TD  LG
1998 (O'ahu)     5   122  24.4    0  36

Career Highs
Kickoff Returns: 5 vs. Air Force, 1998 (O'ahu Bowl)
Kickoff Return Yards: 140 yards vs. UCLA, 1998
Longest Kickoff Return: 98 yards (TD) vs. BYU, 1998
Punt Returns: 5 at Washington State, 2000
Punt Return Yards: 58 at Washington State, 2000
Longest Punt Return: 35 yards at Washington State, 2000

74 WesCall
Senior - Offensive Tackle

Started all but one game for the Huskies, and has now appeared in 21 of 22 regular-season games during his two-year career ... moved into the starting lineup after spring drills when starting guard Rock Nelson was ruled out with a back injury ... a major reason Washington ranked 16th in the nation in per-game rushing average at 211.7 yards per game ... Huskies led the Pac-10 in rushing for the second consecutive year ... also helped Washington finish third in the conference in sacks against ... co-winner of coaches' offensive MVP award, along with his fellow linemates, after Washington rushed for 349 yards in 35-28 win over UCLA ... the following week, helped the Huskies become the first UW team to rush for over 300 yards in back-to-back games since 1977, with 336 yards rushing in 51-3 win at Washington State ... one of two recipients of KING-TV's Most Improved Offensive Player award.

34 GregCarothers
Freshman - Safety

Earned honorable mention Freshman All-American honors from Rivals.com ... played on defense in every game except Miami (special teams only) ... started last three games of the season at strong safety ... made first career start against Arizona, finishing in a tie for third on the team in tackles with eight ... earned defensive MVP honors for his performance against the Wildcats ... appeared in 11 games, leading all Husky freshmen with 27 tackles ... part of a terrific Husky secondary that ranked second in the conference in pass defense with 207. 9 yards allowed per game ... secondary allowed more than one pass TD in a game just three times, and held opponents under 250 yards passing in eight of 11 games ... finished third on the team in tackles at Washington State, with six ... had one of Huskies' four sacks in 33-30 win over Oregon State ... first sack of career ... forced fumble by Oregon State kick returner Ricky Walker, earning the Husky coaches' special teams MVP honor ... was special teams MVP again at Washington State, in Huskies' 51-3 win ... made first career interception, in the end zone, against UCLA ... co-winner of the Travis Spring Award, given to the team's most outstanding offensive and defensive freshmen.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
2000    11-3    13    14     27    1-9   1    0    1   1-0    1-9

29 BraxtonCleman
Junior - Tailback

Began the season as a reserve tailback before being used both at tailback and fullback following an injury to starter Pat Conniff ... started one game at fullback, against Cal, carrying three times for seven yards ... moved back to starting tailback in Huskies' final game at Washington State, earning the coaches' offensive MVP award with 15 carries for 105 yards and a score in Washington's 51-3 win ... also named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for the WSU game ... also caught two passes for 39 yards in that game ... one of four Husky backs to average over 5.0 yards per carry in 2000 (minimum 45 carries) ... was tied for fourth in receptions, catching 11 passes for 107 yards on the season ... went three yards for opening score in Huskies' 34-29 win over No. 4 Miami ... had a career-long 25-yard reception against the Hurricanes to set up Huskies' third touchdown ... caught a career-high four passes for 20 yards in 17-14 win at Colorado ... racked up 40 yards of total offense with 29 rushing and 11 receiving yards against UCLA ... broke upfield for season-best 28-yard gain at Oregon.

Rushing
Year    G-S   TC   Yds.  Lost  Net   Avg.  TD   LG
1998   11-0   62   241    4    237   3.8    3   22
1999    5-1   31   166    2    164   5.3    1   40
2000   11-2   48   251    5    246   5.1    1   28
Totals 27-3  141   658   11    647   4.6    5   40

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.   Avg.  TD   LG
1998   11-0    2    4     2.0    0    6
1999    5-1    5   47     9.4    0   24
2000   11-2   11  107     9.7    0   25
Totals 27-3   18  158     8.8    0   25

Previous Bowl Experience (Rushing)
Year (Bowl)    TC  Yds.  Lost  Net  Avg.  TD  LG
1998 (O'ahu)    9  18      2    16  1.8    2  4

Career Highs (Rushing and Receiving)
Rushing Attempts: 16 vs. UCLA, 1998
Rushing Yards: 105 at Washington State, 2000
Longest Rush: 40 yards vs. Air Force, 1999
Longest TD Run: 22 yards vs. UCLA, 1998
Touchdowns: 2 vs. UCLA & Air Force (O'ahu Bowl), 1998
Receptions: 4 at Colorado, 2000
Receiving Yards: 39 at Washington State, 2000
Longest Reception: 25 vs. Miami, 2000

97 JoeCollier
Junior - Tight End

Saw first game action at tight end, after switching from defensive end in spring of 1999 ... appeared in all 11 games for the Huskies ... made first-career start on offense against Arizona, when Huskies opened in a two-tight-end set ... one of seven players to record a catch in 2000 that did not do so in 1999 ... made first-career reception in Huskies' 31-28 last-minute win at Stanford ... key 11-yard reception in the fourth quarter against the Cardinal presreved a Husky drive that led to crucial touchdown ... has one career catch.

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.   Avg.  TD   LG
2000   11-1    1    11    11.0   0   11

47 PatConniff
Senior - Fullback

Started Huskies' first five games at fullback before missing the Arizona State and California games with a torn MCL in his knee ... returned to the starting lineup at Stanford, rushing two times for six yards and catching one pass for 11 yards ... a major cog in Husky running game that ranked first in the Pac-10 and 16th in the nation in rushing average with 211.7 yards per game ... finished season with career-highs in carries (44), yards (161) and touchdowns (5) ... suffered a dislocated shoulder against Arizona, but started anyway in last home game against UCLA, carrying a career-high nine times for 27 yards and two TDs ... first two-TD game of career ... set a career-high the following week at Washington State, carrying for 47 of Washington's 336 yards, including a touchdown, in 51-3 win ... scored decisive touchdown from one yard out in fourth quarter of Huskies' 34-29 win over No. 4 Miami ... also caught two passes against Miami, one for a crucial fourth-quarter first down ... named co-offensive MVP for the Idaho game, in which he capped an 84-yard drive with an eight-yard score ... winner of the Earle T. Glant Tough Husky award.

Rushing
Year    G-S   TC   Yds.  Lost  Net   Avg.  TD   LG
1997    7-0   12    29    1     28   2.3    0    6
1998    5-2   18    60    0     60   3.3    1   16
1999   11-6   31   132    0    132   4.3    1   12
2000    9-8   44   163    2    161   3.7    5   28
Totals 32-16 105   384    3    381   3.6    7   28

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
1997    7-0    2    1    0.5    0    2
1998    5-2    2   36   18.0    0   27
1999   11-6   10   85    8.5    1   18
2000    9-8    5   26    5.2    0   11
Total  32-16  19  148    7.8    1   27

Previous Bowl Experience (Rushing and Receiving)
Year (Bowl)     TC  Yds. Lost  Net   Avg.  TD  LG
1998 (O'ahu)     3    9    0    9    3.0    0   4
1999 (Holiday)   4   15    0   15    3.8    1   9
Totals           7   24    0   24    3.4    1   9

Year (Bowl)    Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD  LG
1999 (Holiday)    4   57   14.3   0  23

Career Highs (Rushing and Receiving)
Rushing Attempts: 9 vs. UCLA, 2000, at Washington State, 2000
Rushing Yards: 46 at Washington State, 2000
Longest Rush: 16 yards vs. Arizona State, 1998
Longest TD Run: 16 yards vs. Arizona State, 1998
Touchdowns: 2 vs. UCLA, 2000
Receptions: 5 at BYU, 1999
Receiving Yards: 57 vs. Kansas State, 2000 (Holiday Bowl)
Longest Reception: 27 yards vs. BYU, 1998

88 MarquisCooper
Freshman - Outside Linebacker

One of several freshmen to make major contributions this season ... played primarily on special teams, and backed up Jeremiah Pharms at outside linebacker ... finished the season with seven tackles ... one of seven freshmen to appear in every game this season ... blocked and recovered punt at ASU to set up Huskies' first touchdown ... named co-special teams MVP by the coaches for that game.

Year    G-S  Solo  Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR  PD   Int.  Sacks
2000   11-0    4     3     7     0-0   0   0    0   0-0    0-0

24 DerrellDaniels
Senior - Inside Linebacker

Named Huskies' Defensive MVP by his teammates ... named honorable mention All-Pac-10 on defense ... an All-Pac-10 first-team selection by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... started every game at inside linebacker, and has now appeared in all but two of the 44 games of his collegiate career ... tied for the team lead in tackles with 97, the fifth highest total in the Pac-10 ... has been either first or second on the team in tackles in 15 of the last 19 games, including the 1999 Holiday Bowl ... recorded double-digit tackles four times ... dubbed the "Silent Assassin" by his teammates for his businesslike, yet dominant style of play ... was named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week for 14-tackle performance in Huskies' 35-32 win over Arizona ... also against the Wildcats, recorded one tackle for loss and a fumble recovery ... earned consecutive coaches' defensive MVP honors for performances vs. Arizona State, Cal, and Stanford ... against the Sun Devils, led the team with nine tackles and a pass defensed ... eight tackles against Cal tied for team lead with Curtis Williams ... also made key fumble recovery in fourth quarter that ignited Huskies' 11-point come-from-behind win ... earned coaches' defensive MVP honors also against UCLA, finishing second on the team with seven tackles ... made game-saving tackle on last play of Huskies' 34-29 win over No. 4 Miami, bringing down Reggie Wayne after his 42-yard reception as time expired ... also earned second consecutive KOMO Newstalk 1000 Most Outstanding Defensive Player award at the annual postseason banquet.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
1997    10-0     7     1     8    1-1    0  1-0    0    0    0-0
1998    10-0    11     8    19    1-10   0    0    1    0    1-10
1999    11-10   46    35    81    7-18   0    0    1  1-0    2-13
2000    11-11   47    50    97    4-8    0  2-0    1    0    1-1
Totals  42-21  111    94   205   13-37   0  3-0    3  1-0    4-24

60 DominicDaste
Senior - Offensive Guard

Backed up Matt Fraize at left guard ... has appeared in 41 games in his career, despite a career-threatening ankle injury sustained as a freshman in 1996 ... has not missed a regular-season game since the start of the 1998 season ... one of six seniors on the offensive line ... helped the Huskies finish first in the Pac-10 and 16th in the nation in rushing with 211.7 yards per game ... Husky offensive line also ranked third in the conference in sacks against ... earned co-offensive MVP honors, along with his linemates, when Washington rushed for 349 yards in 35-28 win over UCLA ... the following week, helped the Huskies rush for 336 yards in 51-3 win over Washington State, marking the first time since 1977 that Washington has rushed for 300 yards in consecutive games ... received honorary game ball from head coach Rick Neuheisel following California game, for his work in the second half against the Golden Bears' outstanding defensive line.

19 WondameDavis
Junior - Wide Receiver

Moved from defensive back to wide receiver in spring drills, in an effort to add more speed to the position ... made first career reception in third quarter of season-opener against Idaho ... finished game with a career-high 20 yards receiving ... matched career-high with two catches at Oregon ... tallied first-career touchdown with a five-yard strike at Arizona State, just his fifth catch of the season ... career-long reception is 11 yards.

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
2000   10-0    6    54    9.0   1   11

Career Highs
Receptions: 2 vs. Idaho, 2000, at Oregon, 2000
Receiving Yards: 20 vs Idaho, 2000
Long Reception: 11 yards at Stanford, 2000
Long TD Reception: 5 yards at Arizona State, 2000

18 ToddElstrom
Junior - Wide Receiver

The Huskies' leading receiver with 47 catches for 683 yards and three touchdowns ... eighth in the Pac-10 with 4.27 receptions per game ... the only Husky wideout remaining who caught a pass in 1999 ... was only Husky wideout to start every game in 2000 ... caught a pass in every game this season, and has now done so in 17 consecutive games dating back to October of last year ... reception total tied for eighth all-time in a single season by a UW receiver ... first or tied for first in receptions in six games this season ... caught four or more passes in a game eight times ... was named Huskies' offensive MVP in 34-29 win over No. 4 Miami ... caught two passes for 61 yards in the game, both on the same drive, to set up Marques Tuiasosopo's 12-yard TD rush that put Washington up 14-3 ... 104 yards vs. Idaho was a career best ... set a new career high in receptions with seven in Huskies' 33-30 win over Oregon State ... caught game-winning touchdown pass in Huskies' 35-28 win over UCLA ... made crucial 27-yard reception in the final minute on Huskies' game-winning 3-play, 80-yard drive to beat Stanford 31-28 ... shared coaches' weekly offensive MVP honors for his performance against the Cardinal ... racked up six catches for 85 yards - including a key 25-yard third-down reception on Huskies' game-winning drive - in 35-32 victory over Arizona ... was quarterback Marques Tuiasosopo's favorite third-down target, being thrown to 22 times of 78 total third-down pass attempts, nearly twice as often as any other player ... earned the postseason Coaches' Award for outstanding contribution to the team.

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
1998   10-2    2    15    7.5   0    9
1999   11-3   11   234   21.3   2   83
2000   11-11  47   683   14.5   3   43
Totals 32-16  60   932   15.5   5   83

Previous Bowl Experience (Receiving)
Year (Bowl)     Rec.  Yds.   Avg.  TD   LG
1999 (Holiday)    3    17    5.7    0    6

Career Highs
Receptions: 7 vs Oregon State, 2000
Reception Yards: 104 vs. Idaho, 2000
Longest Reception: 83 yards vs. California, 1999
Longest TD Reception: 83 yards vs. California, 1999

16 RyanFleming
Senior - Punter

Booted 55 punts on the season for a 38.1 per-punt average ... 38.9 career punting average ranks 10th all-time at UW ... booted a season-best 50-yarder against Idaho ... saw 14 of 55 punts pinned down inside the 20-yard line ... averaged 42.5 yards on four punts in Huskies' 35-32 win over Arizona ... averaged 41.8 yards on 10 punts at Arizona State ... 10 punts at Arizona State were most by a Husky punter since Channing Wyles booted 10 against San Jose State in 1990 ... also averaged over 40 yards (41.2) on five punts against UCLA, including three inside the 20 ... became just seventh Husky punter since 1947 (when punting records were first kept) to lead the team in punting three consecutive years ... an information systems/finance major with a 3.27 GPA, earned second-consecutive District VIII All-Academic honors, and Pac-10 All-Academic first-team honors ... also winner of the 101 Club Academic Achievement Award at the annual postseason banquet for the second year in a row.

Year    G-S    No.   Yds.   Avg.  LG   TB  I20  BK
1998   11-11   69   2672   38.7   55    6   23   1
1999   11-11   50   2008   40.2   73    1   13   1
2000   11-11   55   2094   38.1   50    5   14   0
Totals 33-33  174   6774   38.9   73   12   50   2

Note: Career high punt of 73 yards at BYU in 1999

54 MattFraize
Senior - Offensive Guard

Moved into the starting lineup after three seasons as a reserve on the Huskies' offensive line ... one of six seniors on the o-line for Washington this season ... started every game at left guard ... one of just three players (also Chad Ward, Jeremiah Pharms) to appear in every game since the start of the 1997 season ... a major cog in Husky rushing game that finished first in the Pac-10, and 16th in the nation in rushing with 211.7 yards per game ... also helped team finish third in the Pac-10 in sacks against ... earned co-offensive MVP honors, along with his linemates, when the Huskies rushed for 349 yards in win over UCLA ... the following week, helped the Huskies become the first Washington team since 1977 to rush for 300 yards in consecutive games ... played key role in ball-control offense that ranked third in the conference in time of possession at 31:47 per game, just eight seconds per game less than Pac-10-leading Oregon.

46 Ossim Hatem
Sophomore - Defensive Tackle

Made first-career start in season opener against Idaho ... started at nose tackle in that game before moving to defensive tackle, where he played behind starter Ryan Julian the rest of the season ... despite limited playing time, made six tackles for loss and tied for fourth on the team with three sacks ... along with Larry Tripplett, Marcus Roberson, and Jeremiah Pharms, formed a dominant defensive line that recorded 21.5 sacks and 39 tackles for loss ... made twelve tackles on the year ... dragged down Idaho's John Welsh in season-opener for first-career sack, and first-career forced fumble ... teamed with Larry Tripplett to sack Miami's Ken Dorsey, one of four Husky sacks in Washington's 34-29 win ... joined Tripplett again to sack UCLA's Cory Paus in Huskies' 35-28 win ... one of Washington's six sacks against UCLA ... also had a sack in the Huskies' Rose Bowl-clinching 51-3 win at Washington State ... co-winner of the postseason Coaches' Award for outstanding contribution to the team.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
1999     1-0    1      0      0   0-0    0    0    0    0   0-0
2000    10-1    5      7     12   6-33   1    0    0    0   3-29
Totals  11-1    6      7     12   6-33   1    0    0    0   3-29

7 WilburHooks, Jr.
Sophomore - Wide Receiver

Started the first two games at wide receiver ... appeared in Huskies' 17-14 win at Colorado, making eventual winning touchdown reception in the third quarter ... first touchdown of career ... tallied just one catch in the Huskies' next four games, sitting out Oregon game with an irregular heartbeat ... came back in a big way at Stanford ... did not appear in game until final drive, making an acrobatic 31-yard reception in a driving rain to set up game-winning touchdown in the final minute ... shared weekly offensive MVP honors for his performance ... made acrobatic 19-yard TD reception at Washington State in Huskies' 51-3 win ... five receptions for 59 yards against Idaho were both career-highs.

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
2000    9-2   11   151   13.7   2   31

Career Highs
Receptions: 5 vs. Idaho, 2000
Reception Yards: 59 vs Idaho, 2000
Longest Reception: 31 yards at Stanford, 2000
Longest TD Reception: 24 at Colorado, 2000

8 WillieHurst
Junior - Tailback

Appeared in nine games this season ... was Huskies' second-leading rusher, carrying 66 times for 402 yards (6.1 yards per carry) ... one of four Husky tailbacks (also Rich Alexis, Paul Arnold, Braxton Cleman) to average over 5.0 yards per carry this season ... finished second on the team in touchdowns with seven, despite not starting a game ... seven scores in nine games (4.9 points per game) tied for third-highest points-per-game average among non-kickers in the Pac-10 ... was one of three Husky tailbacks to earn Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week honors, doing so against Arizona ... had two brilliant fourth-quarter TD runs against the Wildcats to spur a 15-point Husky comeback ... career-long 65-yard scamper started the rally, the sixth-biggest comeback in Husky football history ... finished off Arizona with a highlight-reel 23-yard score, marking his second-consecutive two-TD game, despite not starting in either ... the latter touchdown was CNN/SI.com's "National Play of the Week" ... despite recording just one carry before the fourth quarter, finished the Arizona game with 116 yards on eight carries and two TDs ... earned team offensive MVP honors for his effort ... also named one of two National Offensive "Prime-Time Players" by Athlon's for his performance ... shared team offensive MVP honors the previous week following Huskies' 31-28 win at Stanford ... did not start, but came off the bench to rush 14 times for 96 yards and two scores ... also named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for the Stanford game ... now has four two-TD games in his career ... carried 11 times for 99 yards and a TD against UCLA, before breaking his collarbone at the end of a 62-yard run ... was used frequently in passing situations, catching an 8-yard TD pass against Oregon, the first of his career ... winner of the Coaches' Award for outstanding contribution to the team.

Rushing
Year    G-S   TC   Yds.  Lost  Net   Avg.  TD   LG
1998   10-6  149   576    38   538    3.6   4   45
1999    9-8  126   583    37   546    4.3   5   41
2000    9-0   66   426    24   402    6.1   6   65
Totals 28-14 341  1585    99  1486    4.4  15   65

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
1998   10-6   10    23    2.3   0   16
1999    9-8    5    65   13.0   0   34
2000    9-0    6    33    5.5   1   23
Totals 28-14  21   121    5.8   1   34

Previous Bowl Experience (Rushing)
Year (Bowl)    TC   Yds. Lost  Net   Avg.   TD   LG
1998 (O'ahu)    9    66    0    66    7.3    0   23
1999 (Holiday)  3     0   15   -15   -5.0    0   -2
Totals         12    66   15    61    4.3    0   23

Career Highs
Rushing Attempts: 30 vs. Oregon, 1999
Rushing Yards: 161 vs. Oregon, 1999
Longest Rush: 65 yards vs. Arizona, 2000
Longest TD Rush: 65 yards vs. Arizona, 2000
Receptions: 4 at Colorado, 2000
Receiving Yards: 34 at UCLA, 1999
Long Reception: 34 yards at UCLA, 1999
Long TD Reception: 8 yards at Oregon, 2000

21 DerrickJohnson
Freshman - Cornerback

Selected a second-team Freshman All-American by The Sporting News ... earned Rivals.com first-team Freshman All-American honors as a kick returner ... a first-team All-Pac-10 selection at kick returner by the Tacoma News-Tribune ...appeared in every game this season, starting at cornerback against Arizona State, Cal, and Washington State ... third among Husky freshmen with 19 tackles, 16 unassisted ... one of five true freshmen to appear in every game ... led the Pac-10, and ranked 21st in the nation in kick returns with a 24.2-yard average ... was the most prolific true-freshman kick returner in Husky football history ... cracked Washington's all-time top-10 single-season lists in total kick returns, total kick return yards, and kick return average ... 24.2-yard average per return is fifth-best single-season mark all-time at UW ... 23 total kick returns ties Scott Phillips (1973) for second all-time in the Husky record book ... 557 total kick return yards is the fifth-highest single-season total by a Husky ... had four returns for 121 yards against Oregon State, earning weekly special teams MVP honors ... had a season-long 56-yard kick return vs. Cal to set up a Husky field goal ... was tied for second-longest kick return in the Pac-10 this season ... scored first-career touchdown on a 22-yard reverse against Idaho, becoming the first true freshman to score in a season-opener for Washington since 1982 ... made first-career fumble recovery at Arizona State ... one of four recipients of KOMO Newstalk 1000's Most Outstanding Special Teams Player award.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
2000    11-3    16     3     19    1-2   0  1-0    1  0-0    0-0

Kickoff Returns
Year    G-S    No.   Yds.    Avg.  TD   LG
2000   11-3    23    557    24.2    0   56

Punt Returns
Year    G-S    No.  Yds.   Avg. TD   LG
2000   11-3    13    40    3.1   0   12

Career Highs
Kickoff Returns: 4 vs. Oregon State, 2000, vs. California, 2000
Kickoff Return Yards: 121 vs. Oregon State, 2000
Longest Kickoff Return: 56 yards vs. California, 2000
Punt Returns: 4 at Colorado, 2000
Punt Return Yards: 27 at Colorado, 2000
Longest Punt Return: 12 yards at Colorado, 2000

76 RyanJulian Junior - Defensive Tackle

One of just three defensive players to start every game at the same position ... finished the year with 10 tackles ... seven of nine tackles were unassisted ... part of a terrific Husky defensive line that racked up 34 sacks, more than double its total from the previous year ... had one tackle for loss, pulling down California's Ryan Stanger in the Huskies' 36-24 come-from-behind win ... a recipient of the Coaches' Award for outstanding contribution to the team.

Defensive Statistics
Year    G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
1997    5-0    2      1     3     1-1   0    0    0  0-0    0-0
1998   10-2   11      4    15     1-8   0    0    0  0-0    1-8
1999    2-0    0      2     2     0-0   0    0    0  0-0    0-0
2000   11-11   7      3    10     1-2   0    0    0  0-0    0-0
Totals 28-13  20     10    30     3-11  0    0    0  0-0    1-8

47 AnthonyKelley
Junior - Outside Linebacker

Appeared in every game, starting against Idaho, Miami and Cal ... was ninth on the team in tackles with a career-high 30, including 25 unassisted ... six tackles-for-loss tied for fourth-most on the team ... set a new career-high with three sacks ... tied for fifth in the conference with three forced fumbles ... shared defensive MVP honors for his stellar performance against the Golden Bears ... ignited a 23-point fourth-quarter rally in Huskies' 36-24 come-from-behind win ... forced a fumble on a sack of Cal's Kyle Boller at the Cal 12-yard line to set up a field goal that brought the Huskies within eight ... sacked Boller again for a loss of 10 yards to force a punt on the Bears' final drive ... first two-sack game of career ... made a similarly diverse impact in Huskies' 35-28 win over UCLA, again earning defensive MVP honors ... made just two tackles, but stopped the Bruins' final drive with a sack of quarterback Cory Paus, forcing and recovering the ensuing fumble to preserve the win ... five tackles against Arizona were a career-high ... recepient of the Inspirational Academic Award at the annual postseason banquet ... will study abroad in South Africa next quarter.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
1999    11-0   16     6     22    4-24   0  0-0    0  0-0    2-18
2000    11-3   25     5     30    6-37   3  2-0    2  0-0    3-27
Totals  22-3   41    11     52   10-61   3  2-0    2  0-0    5-45

42 TylerKrambrink
RS Freshman - Inside Linebacker

Appeared in every game at linebacker ... earned a reputation as one of the Huskies' biggest hitters ... finished tied for fifth in the Pac-10 with three fumbles forced, and tied for fourth in the conference with three fumble recoveries... all three forced fumbles came in Huskies' 34-29 win over No. 4 Miami ... stripped Hurricanes' Santana Moss on punt return in the first quarter to for first career forced fumble ... recovered that same fumble to set up drive that led to Washington's first score of the game ... forced second fumble on a sack of Miami's Ken Dorsey in the second quarter, which resulted in the Huskies' third score and a 21-3 lead ... forced a third fumble in the third quarter ... earned coaches' special teams MVP honors for his effort ... finished game with a career-high five tackles, one sack, three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery ...earned a second special teams MVP honor in Huskies' 51-3 win at Washington State ... recovered a pair of fumbles at Arizona State, returning them for 23 yards ... earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors ... named one of KOMO Newstalk 1000's Most Outstanding Special Teams Players ... also a co-winner of the Travis Spring Award, given to the team's most outstanding offensive and defensive freshmen.

Defensive Statistics
Year    G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
2000   11-0   14     10     24   2-11   3 3-23    0  0-0  1.5-11

12 OmareLowe
Junior - Cornerback

Had best season of his career, starting in every game for the first time ... one of just three defensive players to start every game at the same position ... racked up 30 tackles, including 24 unassisted ... nine passes defensed were most by a Husky since Dana Hall recorded 10 in 1991 ... part of a terrific Husky secondary that allowed more than one pass TD in a game just three times, and held opponents under 250 yards passing in eight of ten games ... secondary also ranked second in the conference in pass defense, with just 207.9 yards allowed per game ... tied for team lead with two interceptions, including a crucial pick in the fourth quarter against Cal to set up a Husky touchdown in 36-24 come-from-behind win ... shared defensive MVP honors for performance at Arizona State ... against the Sun Devils, was credited with a Husky season-high four passes defensed, one interception, and a tackle for loss ... interception came at a crucial time in the fourth quarter, with Arizona State seeking to close to within a touchdown ... had season highs with six tackles against Idaho, Arizona and UCLA ... named one of KING-TV's Most Improved Defensive Players.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
1998     9-1    5      5    10    0-0    1  0-0    3  1-0    0-0
1999    10-2   17      3    20    0-0    0  0-0    3  1-24   0-0
2000    11-11  24      6    30    1-2    1  0-0    9  2-7    0-0
Totals  30-14  46     14    60    1-2    2  0-0   15  4-31   0-0

41 BenMahdavi
Sophomore - Inside Linebacker

Began the season as the backup at inside linebacker, but moved into the starting lineup against Colorado, missing just one start the rest of the way ... did not start the Oregon game as a result of an injury sustained on an crackback block by a Colorado player ... finished fourth on the team in tackles with 52 ... racked up first two sacks of career ... part of a terrific Husky defense that recorded 34 sacks, more than double its total from the previous year ... had five total tackles for loss on the season ... scored a touchdown in the season-opener for the second-consecutive year ... recovered a fumble by Idaho's John Welsh and returned it 35 yards for a score, the second of his career ... also against Idaho, blocked a punt and returned it 43 yards to the one-yard line, setting up another Husky touchdown ... was named both the Huskies' defensive MVP and special teams MVP for his efforts in the game ... also named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for that game ... had a season-best eight tackles in Huskies' 33-30 win over Oregon State ... made seven tackles, including a stuff of Washington State's Dave Minnich for a two-yard loss on fourth-and-one in Huskies' 51-3 Rose Bowl-clinching win ... had first-career sack against Oregon State, and added second the following week at Arizona State ... named one of two KING-TV Most Improved Defensive Players ... a former walk-on, was awarded a scholarship during the fall.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
2000    11-8    23     29    52   5-18   0  1-35   0  0-0    2-13

45 SpencerMarona
Sophomore - Nose Tackle

Appeared in every game as the reserve to Larry Tripplett at nose tackle ... made five tackles on the season ... part of a dominant defensive line that racked up 21.5 sacks and 39 tackles for loss ... credited with a tackle in Huskies' 51-3 Rose Bowl- clinching win at Washington State ... had best game tackling with two in Huskies' 17-14 win at Colorado ... also had tackles against Oregon and Miami.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
1999    11-0    1      0     1    1-14   0  0-0    0  0-0    0-0
2000    11-0    2      3     5    0-0    0  0-0    0  0-0    0-0
Totals  22-0    3      3     6    1-14   0  0-0    0  0-0    0-0

28 ChrisMassey
RS Freshman - Cornerback

Started first career game in season opener vs. Idaho, making one tackle ... appeared in every game, and added starts in each of the last four games ... had first-career interception in Huskies' 51-3 Apple Cup win over Washington State ... earned coaches' defensive MVP honors for his effort against the Cougars ... made one tackle-for-loss, bringing down Cal's Derek Swafford on a corner blitz ... credited with five passes defensed, fourth-most on the team ... part of a terrific Husky secondary that allowed more than one pass TD in a game just three times, and held opponents under 250 yards passing in eight of 11 games ... secondary also ranked second in the conference in pass defense, surrendering just 207.9 yards per game ... credited with two passes defensed at Arizona State ... co-recipient of the Travis Spring Award, given to the team's most outstanding offensive and defensive freshmen.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
2000    11-5    10     2    12    1-4    0  0-0    5  1-11    0-0

26 JimmyNewell
Freshman - Free Safety

One of a stellar group of five freshmen to see considerable playing time in the secondary this season ... made 10 tackles, and forced first-career fumble ... played in every game at free safety, first as the backup to Hakim Akbar, then as the backup to Greg Carothers after Akbar switched to strong safety in November ... part of a terrific Husky secondary that allowed more than one TD pass in a game just three times, and held opponents under 250 yards passing in eight on 11 games ... secondary also ranked second in the Pac-10 in pass defense, giving up just 207.9 yards per game ... forced a fourth-quarter fumble by Stanford's Kerry Carter to set up what turned out to be a crucial Husky touchdown ... had best game tackling against Stanford, finishing fourth on the team with five.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.  Sacks
2000    11-0    7      3     10    0-0   1  0-0    0  0-0    0-0

4 JeremiahPharms Senior - Outside Linebacker

Linebacker who lines up as a defensive end ... an honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection ... one of just three players (Chad Ward, Matt Fraize) to appear in every game since the start of the 1997 season ... made 10 of 11 starts this season, appearing in relief against Arizona ... finished fifth on the team in tackles with 46 ... contributed in every aspect of the defense, making 10 tackles for loss, five and a half sacks, two pass defensed, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery ... sack total tied for ninth in the Pac-10 ... 41 career tackles for loss ties for fifth-highest total in Husky history, while 192 career TFL yards is the eighth-best total all-time ... teamed with Larry Tripplett, Marcus Roberson, and Ossim Hatem to form a dominant defensive line that racked up 21.5 sacks and 39 tackles for loss ... shared weekly defensive MVP honors in each of the Huskies' final four games ... earned first honor following Huskies' 31-28 last-minute win at Stanford, recording one sack in the game ... the following week, made eight tackles, including two for loss and a sack, in Huskies' 35-32 come-from-behind win over Arizona ... also named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for the Arizona game ... took third-consecutive defensive MVP honor in 35-28 win over UCLA, forcing a fumble on a sack of Cory Paus ... made two tackles for loss and teamed with Jerome Stevens to sack Washington State's Matt Kegel in Huskies' 51-3 win, earning final MVP honor ... forced a fumble on a sack of Colorado's Bobby Pesavento in the fourth quarter of Huskies' 17-14 win ... also had a fumble recovery at Colorado ... winner of the Chuck Niemi "Big Hit" award, given to the team's most tenacious hitter.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.   Sacks
1996*    3-0    0     0      0     0-0   0    0    0  0-0    0-0
1997    11-0   23    14     37     7-25  0    0    0  0-0    3-19
1998    11-11  24     8     32    14-84  1    0    0  0-0    8-70
1999    11-11  33    16     49    10-35  1  3-22   0  0-0    2-18
2000    11-10  25    21     46    10-48  2  1-10   2  0-0  5.5-40
Totals  47-32 105    59    164    41-192 4  4-32   2  0-0 18.5-147

*Redshirted season due to injury.

3 CodyPickett
RS-Freshman - Quarterback

Played in just two games as the backup to senior Marques Tuiasosopo ... against Washington State, relieved Tuiasosopo in 4th quarter of Huskies' 51-3 win, engineering a seven-play, 27-yard drive capped by a Husky touchdown ... also played against Idaho, completing one of two passes for 12 yards ... served first season as holder for placekicker John Anderson on field goals and PATs ... earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors.

Passing
Year    G-S  Att. Comp. Int. Yds.  Pct.  TD  LG
1999    1-0    4    0    1    0    .000   0   0
2000    2-0    2    1    0   12    .500   0  12
Totals  3-0    6    1    1   12    .167   0  12
Note: appeared in all 11 games in 2000 as a special teams player, but in only two games as a quarterback.

5 PatrickReddick
Junior - Wide Receiver

Saw first playing time since 1997, having been inactive the past two seasons as a result of surgery to remove cysts on his knee ... appeared in eight games, mostly as a reserve to Todd Elstrom at flanker ... one of seven players to record a catch this season that did not have a reception in 1999 ... finished the season with three catches for 28 yards ... against Cal, made first catch since the 1997 season ... added two more receptions against Arizona, including a key first-down catch to set up game-winning touchdown in the final minutes.

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
1997   10-0    4    46   11.5   0   27
1998   Redshirted the season
1999   DNP - injured
2000    8-0    3    28    9.3   0   11
Totals 19-0    7    74   10.6   0   27

Career Highs
Receptions: 2 vs. Arizona, 2000
Receiving Yards: 27 vs. Oregon State, 1997
Long Reception: 27 yards vs. Oregon State, 1997

80 JustinRobbins
Freshman - Wide Receiver

Had one of the best seasons of any freshman receiver in Washington football history ... earned honorable mention Freshman All-American honors from Rivals.com ... 22 total receptions ranked third among all-time Husky frosh ... reception total was third on the team ... four TD receptions were most of any Husky ... one of four Husky receivers to make his first-career reception this season ... did so in season-opener against Idaho, catching one pass for 12 yards ... made first career start against Colorado, and has started in every game since ... made game-winning 22-yard TD reception in final minute of Huskies' 31-28 win at Stanford ... earned offensive MVP honors for his catch ... was the only Husky to catch two touchdown passes in a game, doing so in Washington's 51-3 win over Washington State ... also earned coaches' offensive MVP honor for that performance ... set career-highs with six catches for 69 yards in 36-24 come-from-behind win over Cal ... tallied first score in Huskies' 33-30 win over Oregon State ... excepting junior Todd Elstrom, who led the team with 47 catches, Robbins' reception total was more than all other Husky wideouts combined ... co-recipient of the Travis Spring Award, given to the team's most outstanding offensive and defensive freshmen.

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
2000   11-9   22   267   12.1   4   34

Career Highs Receptions: 6 vs. California, 2000 Receiving Yards: 69 vs. California, 2000 Long Reception: 34 yards at Washington State, 2000 Long TD Reception: 34 yards at Washington State, 2000

98 MarcusRoberson
Junior (TR) - Defensive Line

Transferred from Mt. San Antonio College in California ... did not start in the opener with Idaho, but started every game thereafter ... second on the team in sacks with six, double the total of any Husky defensive lineman in 1999 ... sack total was tied for seventh in the Pac-10 ... teamed with Larry Tripplett, Ossim Hatem and Jeremiah Pharms on a formidable defensive line that generated 21.5 total sacks and 39 tackles for loss ... third on the team in tackles for loss with eight, for 51 yards ... made an immediate impact with a sack in his first game, against Idaho ... had one of Huskies' six sacks in 17-14 win at Colorado ... had best game tackling the following week, making seven stops ... forced a fumble on a sack of ASU's Jeff Krohn in Huskies' 21-15 win ... another sack, in the fourth quarter against the Sun Devils, gave Roberson first-career two-sack game ... against Arizona, recorded a sack and a forced fumble.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.   Sacks
2000    11-9   13    14     27     8-51  2  0-0    0  0-0    6-47

77 MattRogers
Senior - Offensive Tackle

Appeared in every game this season ... made first career appearance on the offensive line for Washington against Idaho, after transferring from Iowa following the 1998 season ... began the season primarily on special teams, but saw more and more action on offense as the season progressed ... served as the backup to Wes Call at right tackle ... shared coaches' offensive MVP honor, along with his fellow linemates, in Huskies' 35-32 win over UCLA, helping UW to rush for 349 yards ... also saw considerable time the following week, when Washington went for 336 yards rushing in 51-3 win at Washington State ... part of a dominant Husky offensive line that led Washington to first in the Pac-10 and 16th in the nation in rushing with 211.7 yards per game ... was a recipient of KING-TV's Most Improved Offensive Player award at the end of the season

68 ElliotSilvers
Senior - Offensive Tackle

A first-team All-Pac-10 selection ... started every game at left tackle, extending a string of 26 consecutive starts (includes bowl games) ... has now started in all but one game since the beginning of the 1998 season ... also selected first-team All-Pac-10 by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... one of six seniors on the Husky offensive line ... a major reason the Huskies were able to rush for 211.7 yards per game, best in the Pac-10 and 16th in the nation ... protected Marques Tuiasosopo's blind side, helping UW finish third in the conference in sacks against ... shared offensive MVP honors following the Huskies' 35-32 come-from-behind win over Arizona, helping put two running backs over 100 yards in the game ... shared offensive MVP honors again the following week, when Washington rushed for 349 yards in a 35-28 win over UCLA ... a key cog in Husky running game that went over 300 yards again in the final game of the season at Washington State (336 yards), becoming the first UW team since 1977 to rush for 300 yards in consecutive games ... named the John P. Angel College Club Outstanding Offensive Lineman at the annual postseason banquet ... helped the Huskies rush for over 200 yards six times ... the Huskies are now 6-0 this season, and 24-1-1 since 1995, when rushing for 200 yards or more.

59 JeromeStevens
Freshman -Defensive End

A true freshman that enrolled at the UW last spring ... appeared in nine games as the backup to Marcus Roberson ... part of a defensive line that racked up 21.5 sacks and 39 tackles for loss ... of his seven tackles, three were for loss ... made first-career start in Huskies' 51-3 win at Washington State, tallying three tackles, one for loss, and teaming with Jeremiah Pharms for first career sack ... stuffed Oregon's Maurice Morris for a loss ... recovered a fumble in UW's 21-15 win at Arizona State ... also had a tackle-for-loss in fourth quarter Arizona game.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.   Sacks
2000     9-1    3     4      7     3-12  0  1-0    0  0-0  0.5-7

14 JerramyStevens
Sophomore - Tight End

Recorded the finest season of any tight end in the Huskies' illustrious history at the position ... a second-team All-Pac-10 selection ... Football News second-team All-American ... a second-team All-America selection, and first-team All-Pac-10, by CollegeFootballNews.com ... Gannett News Service second-team All-America selection ... selected to the all-conference first team at tight end by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... co-winner of KOMO Newstalk 1000's Most Outstanding Offensive Player award ... one of eight semi-finalists for the John Mackey Award, given to the nation's top tight end ... had 43 receptions in 2000, eclipsing the school record for a tight end of 38, set by Dave Williams in 1965 ... just a sophomore, already ranks fourth on the Huskies' all-time receptions by a TE list with 64 ... has more receptions, yards, and TDs through 22 career games than current NFLers Mark Bruener, Ernie Conwell, Aaron Pierce, and Cameron Cleeland had combined through 22 career games at UW ... 28 of 43 catches went for first down ... recorded at least one reception in every game, extending a string of 16 consecutive regular-season games with a reception ... against Arizona, went 93 yards on eight catches, the highest single-game reception total by a TE in school history ... against Colorado, caught seven passes for 102 yards, just the third time in the last decade that a Husky TE has passed the century mark ... had three of the Huskies' four longest receptions of the year with catches of 59 (at Oregon), 47 (vs. UCLA), and 32 (at Colorado) yards ... was a three-time offensive MVP honoree, receiving the award after games against Colorado, California, and Arizona... also named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for Colorado game ... against the Bears, made a crucial touchdown catch in the fourth quarter, and had a subsequent catch of a two-point conversion called back on a holding penalty ... had 80 of Washington's 111 receiving yards in 35-28 win over UCLA, including a 13-yard TD grab ... was left wide open on a 23-yard TD against Miami that pushed the Huskies ahead 21-3 in eventual 34-29 win over the No. 4 Hurricanes ... had Huskies' season-long reception of 59 yards at Oregon.

Receiving
Year    G-S  Rec.  Yds.  Avg.  TD   LG
1999   11-9   21   265   12.6   4   36
2000   11-11  43   600   14.0   3   59
Totals 22-20  64   865   13.5   7   59

Previous Bowl Experience (Receiving)
Year (Bowl)    Rec.    Yds.    Avg.    TD    LG
1999 (Holiday) No receptions

Career Highs
Receptions: 8 at Washington State, 2000
Receiving Yards: 102 at Colorado, 2000
Touchdowns: 2 vs. Oregon, 1999
Long Reception: 59 yards at Oregon, 2000
LongTD Reception: 23 yards vs. Miami, 2000

30 SeanSweat
Freshman - Tailback

Appeared at tailback in only one game, but was a key member of Husky special teams ... played in nine games both as a kick returner, and on the kickoff coverage team ... made four returns on the season, averaging 20.0 yards per return ... had season-long kick return of 28 yards in Huskies' 33-30 win over Arizona ... had 25-yard return at Washington State to set up a Husky score in 51-3 win ... accounted for the six of those points himself, rushing in a one-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter for first career score ... carried five times against the Cougars for 12 yards and a touchdown, one of four Husky rushing scores on the day ... earned Scout of the Week honors for performance in the week leading up to the Huskies' 21-15 win at Arizona State ... co-winner of Bob Jarvis Offensive Scout of the Year award.

Kickoff Returns
Year    G-S   No.  Yds.   Avg.   TD   LG
2000    9-0    4    80    20.0    0   28

Rushing
Year    G-S   TC   Yds. Lost  Net   Avg.   TD   LG
2000    9-0    5    12    0    12    2.4    1    6

70 LarryTripplett
Junior - Defensive Lineman

Dominating defensive lineman posted best numbers of career ... named second-team All-American by The Sporting News ... espnmag.com first-team All-American ... named first-team All-Pac-10 at defensive tackle ... one of three team captains (also Marques Tuiasosopo, Chad Ward) ... an Associated Press third-team All-American ... a third-team All-America selection, and first-team all-conference, by CollegeFootballNews.com ... third-team All-America selection by Football News ... also named All-Pac-10 on the defensive line by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... a Nagurski Award nominee ... started all 11 games, one at nose tackle and the rest at defensive end ... has now started every game on defense over the past two seasons ... affected the game in every aspect of defense ... was a major disruption to opposing passing games, tallying six and a half sacks, the sixth-highest total in the Pac-10 ... also made an impact against run, breaking into the backfield for 11 tackles for loss, for 68 total yards this season ... blocked three kicks on the season (two field goals, one extra point) ... tormented Colorado quarterback Bobby Pesavento, sacking him three times for 19 total lost yards, breaking up one pass, forcing one QB hurry, and recovering the game-deciding fumble in the final minute, in addition to leading the team with eight tackles, six unassisted ... earned National Defensive Player of the Week, Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week, and the coaches' defensive player of the week honor for effort in Huskies' 17-14 win over the Buffaloes ... twice sacked Hurricanes quarterback Ken Dorsey in Huskies' 34-29 victory over No. 4 Miami ... also against Miami, blocked a second-quarter field-goal attempt and recovered a key fumble in the fourth quarter to preserve the Huskies' win ... named the Columbia Bank/KOMO Radio player of the game for the Miami game ... last two blocked kicks both came against Arizona, for which Tripplett earned coaches' special teams MVP honors ... blocked a Wildcats extra point, then later blocked the potential game-tying field goal as time expired ... made potentially game-saving plays in four of Huskies' nine wins this season ... in addition to fumble recovery that ended Colorado's final drive in the last minute, and the last-second field-goal block against Arizona, forced a fumble by Cal's Joe Igber that led to go-ahead score in fourth quarter of Huskies' 36-24 come-from-behind win, and dropped Oregon State's Ken Simonton for a 3-yard loss on the Beavers' final play from scrimmage, pushing back a potentially game-tying field-goal attempt that went just wide ... against UCLA, recorded 1.5 sacks and three tackles, all for loss ... won second consecutive John P. Angel College Club Outstanding Defensive Lineman award at the annual postseason banquet.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.   Sacks
1998     4-0    2     2      4     1-1   0    0    0  0-0    0-0
1999    11-11  21    14     35     6-9   1    1    4  0-0    1-10
2000    11-11  24    14     38    11-68  1    1    3  0-0  6.5-58
Totals  26-22  47    30     77    18-78  2    2    7  0-0  7.5-68

11 MarquesTuiasosopo
Senior - Quarterback

Enjoyed another outstanding season, leading Washington to eight come-from-behind wins and just its fourth postseason top-five ranking in school history ... named Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year, and first-team All-Pac-10 at quarterback ... was the first Husky quarterback to win the offensive MVP honor since Steve Pelluer in 1983 ... also named Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year by the Tacoma News-Tribune, for the second consecutive season ... finished eighth in the Heisman Trophy voting ... honorable mention All-America by CNNSI.com ... first-team all-conference selection by CollegeFootballNews.com ... became just the eighth player in Husky football history - and just the fourth since 1922 - to serve two years as a team captain ... moved up on Washington's career top-10 lists in both passing yards and total offense ... against Cal, became school's all-time leader in career total offense, passing former quarterback Damon Huard ... finished the season with a school-record 6,875 total offensive yards, more than 1,000 yards ahead of Huard (5,813) ... is the only player in Husky history to rush and pass for over 1,000 career yards each ... holds the top two total offense seasons in school history ... also holds school records for total offensive attempts in a career (1,107) and a season (449 in 2000) ... total offense total is 16th-highest in Pac-10 history ... ranks third all-time on the Husky passing charts with 5,501 yards, just 241 shy of all-time leader Brock Huard ... with 2,146 passing yards, the eighth-highest total in school history, became just the second Husky quarterback, and the first since Sonny Sixkiller in 1970 and 1971, to throw for 2,000 yards in consecutive seasons ... is only the second Husky quarterback in school history with two top-10 passing seasons ... threw for at least 200 yards in seven of 11 games this season, moving him past Seattle Seahawks quarterback Brock Huard for first on the all-time list with 16 career 200-yard passing games ... 31 career TD passes ties for fourth-most all-time ... ranks fourth all-time in career passing efficiency at 115.67 ... scored a rushing touchdown in five of the Huskies' 11 games this season, giving him 20 career rushing scores ... rushed for 1,374 yards in his career, the most ever by a Husky quarterback ... ranks ninth all-time in career rushing attempts with 346 ... has three of the top-seven rushing seasons by a quarterback in school history ... one of five finalists named in October for the Unitas Award, given to the nation's top senior quarterback ... also named as one of eight semi-finalists for the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award ... against Washington State, completed 11 of 20 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Huskies to a 51-3 win and a share of the Pac-10 title ... was key factor in seven Husky wins by a touchdown or less ... completed 3-of-3 passes for 80 yards and a score in final minute of play at Stanford to lead Huskies to 31-28 come-from-behind win ... against Arizona, dove into the end zone for game-winning score with 1:10 remaining to cap a 15-point comeback in Huskies' 35-32 win ... scampered for a career-high-equaling 46-yard rush to set up Huskies' first score against the Wildcats ... had all of Washington's 62 yards on that drive (excluding penalties), passing for 15 and rushing for 47, including a one-yard score ... earned Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week honors following early-season victory over fourth-ranked Miami ... passed for 223 yards and one touchdown and ran for another 45 yards and a score ... accounted for the Huskies' winning points in a 33-30 win over Oregon State, diving in for a four-yard touchdown with just over two minutes remaining ... in that game, he threw for exactly 223 yards for the third time this season ... in the season opener against Idaho, ran for a season-high 80 yards on 15 carries, while completing 16 of 30 passes for 223 yards and a score ... marked the fourth time during his career that he has accounted for more than 300 yards of total offense ... earned honorable mention Pac-10 all-academic honors ... earned second-consecutive team offensive MVP award, and was named KOMO Newstalk 1000's Most Outstanding Offensive Player, at the annual team banquet.

Passing
Year    G-S   Att.  Comp.  Int.  Yds.  Pct.   TD    LG
1997    9-1    64    37     1    650   .578    3    54
1998   11-2    79    40     5    484   .506    2    51
1999   11-11  295   171    11   2221   .580   12    83
2000   11-11  323   170    11   2146   .526   14    59
Totals 42-25  761   418    28   5501   .549   31    83

Rushing
Year    G-S    TC    Yds.  Lost   Net   Avg.  TD   LG
1997    9-1    39    185    73    112   2.9    1   42
1998   11-2    43    364    37    327   7.6    7   46
1999   11-11  138    730   189    541   3.9    6   30
2000   11-11  126    605   211    394   3.1    6   46
Totals 42-25  346   1884   510   1374   4.0   20   46

Total Offense  G-S    Rush   Pass  Total
1997           9-1    112    650    762
1998          11-2    327    484    811
1999          11-11   541   2221   2762
2000          11-11   394   2146   2540
Totals        42-25  1374   5501   6875

Previous Bowl Experience (Passing and Rushing)
Year (Bowl)     Att.  Comp.  Int.  Yds.  Pct.  TD  LG
1998 (O'ahu)      7    5      0    43    .714   1  13
1999 (Holiday)   27   18      1   197    .667   0  42
Totals           34   23      1   240    .676   1  42

Year (Bowl)      TC   Yds.  Lost  Net    Avg.  TD   LG
1998 (O'ahu)      4   13      2    11    2.8    1    7
1999 (Holiday)   11   53     23    30    2.7    0   10
Totals           15   66     25    41    2.7    1   10

Career Highs (Passing and Rushing)
Pass Attempts: 44 vs. Air Force, 1999
Pass Completions: 22 vs. BYU, 1999
Passing Yards: 302 vs. Stanford, 1999
Longest Completion: 83 yards to Todd Elstrom vs. California, 1999
Longest TD Completion: 83 yards to Todd Elstrom vs. California, 1999
Passing Touchdowns: 3 vs. Oregon, 1999, at Washington State, 2000
Interceptions: 3 vs. Air Force and California, 1999
Rushing Attempts: 22 vs. Stanford, 1999
Rushing Yards: 207 vs. Stanford, 1999
Longest Rush: 46 yards vs. BYU, 1998, vs. Arizona, 2000
Longest TD Run: 42 yards vs. Oregon, 1997
Rushing Touchdowns: 2 vs. Utah State (1998), California (1998), BYU (1999) and Stanford (1999), vs. Arizona (2000)

23 AnthonyVontoure
Junior - Cornerback

Appeared in eight games, starting five ... missed two games - against Arizona State and Cal - with a foot injury, and missed the Washington State game with a hand injury that required surgery ... finished second on the team with seven passes defensed ... made a career-high four tackles for loss ... part of a terrific Husky secondary that allowed more than one pass TD in a game just three times, and held opponents under 250 yards passing in eight of 11 games ... secondary also ranked second in the Pac-10 in pass defense, allowing just 207.9 yards per game ... had a knack for stripping away the football, forcing two fumbles during the season ... key defensive play against Miami earned coaches' defensive MVP honor ... sacked Hurricanes quarterback Ken Dorsey on a corner blitz, forcing a fumble that he also recovered to set up Huskies' third touchdown ... the following week at Colorado, made the game-saving play, stripping the ball away from wide receiver Eric McCready at midfield to halt the Buffaloes' last-minute drive in Huskies' 17-14 win ... had a highlight-reel hit on UCLA's Freddie Mitchell to break up an early pass in Huskies' 35-28 win.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.   Sacks
1998     6-1    4     6     10     0-0   0  1-0    0  0-0    0-0
1999     9-9   26     4     30     3-15  1  2-0    2  6-99   1-10
2000     8-5   15    11     26     4-10  2  1-0    7  0-0    1-5
Totals  23-15  45    21     66     7-25  3  4-0    9  6-99   2-15

71 ChadWard
Senior - Offensive Guard

One of six seniors on the Husky offensive line ... served as a team captain ... won the prestigious Morris Trophy, given to the Pac-10's top offensive lineman, as voted by the conference's defensive linemen ... an Associated Press first-team All-American ... a Sporting News first-team All-American ... a first-team All-Pac-10 selection on the offensive line ... voted first-team All-American, and first-team all-conference by CollegeFootballNews.com ... Football News second-team All-American ... first-team All-America selection by CNNSI.com ... Gannett News Service second-team All-American ... also named first-team All-Pac-10 by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... set a school record with a 733-pound squat at preseason camp ... one of the strongest and most athletic players on the team, has also power-cleaned 430 pounds, bench-pressed 500, posted a vertical leap of 31 inches, and run a 5.09 40-yard dash ... has also proven durable, starting all 11 games this season, and has now played in all 44 regular-season games of his career ... joins Matt Fraize and Jeremiah Pharms as the only players to appear in every game in the past four years ... teamed with fellow trenchmen to lead UW to first in the Pac-10 and 16th in the nation in rushing with 211.7 yards per game ... team also ranked third in the conference in sacks allowed ... anchored a dominant Husky offensive line that helped Washington control the line of scrimmage for an average of 31:47 per game, just eight seconds per game less than conference leader Oregon ... shared the coaches' award for offensive MVP after the Arizona game, clearing the way for the Huskies to rush for 211 yards and four touchdowns in the 35-32 come-from-behind win ... also shared the award with his fellow linemates the following week, as Washington ran for 349 yards in a 35-28 win over UCLA ... the next week, helped UW become the first Husky team since 1977 to rush for 300 yards in consecutive games, as Washington rushed for 336 in 51-3 win at Washington State ... recipient of the team's L. Wait Rising Lineman of the Year award for the second straight year.

25 CurtisWilliams
Senior - Free Safety

Started at free safety in the Huskies' first eight games, extending a streak of 20 consecutive starts dating back to last season, before suffering a severe spinal cord injury late in the third quarter of the Stanford game ... currently rehabilitating in a facility in San Jose, Calif., after being discharged from the Stanford Medical Center in November ... second-team All-Pac-10 selection ... winner of the Guy Flaherty Award, considered the team's top honor, as the Huskies' most inspirational player ... an honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection at safety by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... was in the top three in tackles in seven of his eight games this season ... had two sacks on the year ... credited with three passes defensed ... key component of an improved Husky secondary that grounded opposing quarterbacks ... in six of Williams' eight games, Husky opponents threw for less than 215 yards ... part of a terrific Husky secondary that ranked second in the conference in pass defense, with just 207.9 yards allowed per game ... tight coverage helped Washington rank third in the Pac-10 in sacks, a year after finishing last in that category ... earned co-defensive MVP honors for one-sack, six-tackle performance at Colorado ... one of four players to share defensive MVP honors in Huskies' 36-24 comeback win over California ... pulled down a third MVP award for performance at Stanford, finishing second on the team in tackles with nine, in just three quarters ... at the time of his injury, ranked 18th in the Pac-10 in tackles ... received game ball following Huskies' dramatic 35-32 win over Arizona the week after his injury.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.   Sacks
1998     5-0   13     5     18     0-0   1    1    0    0    0-0
1999    11-11  48    21     69     2-9   1    0    4  1-0    1-7
2000     8-8   32    23     55     4-8   1    0    3    0    1-5
Totals  24-19  93    49    142     6-17  3    1    7  1-0    2-12

13 Jafar Williams
Junior - Outside Linebacker

Started eight of 11 games for the second straight season ... missed California game with an injury, the only game Williams has missed in his three-year career ... also did not start against UCLA and Washington State, when Washington opened in a nickel package ... finished with 21 tackles, including two for loss ... had best game tackling against Oregon, making a career-high seven stops, including five solo ... brought down Oregon's Joey Harrington for first career sack ... recipient of the Coaches' Award, for outstanding contribution to the team, at the annual postseason banquet.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.   Sacks
1998    11-0    7     3     10     0-0    0    0    0    0   0-0
1999    11-10  17    11     28     2-6    0    0    2    0   0-0
2000    10-8   12     9     21     2-5    0    0    0    0   1-2
Totals  32-18  36    23     59     4-11   0    0    2    0   1-2

6 JamaunWillis
Junior - Inside Linebacker

Was perhaps the Huskies' top defensive reserve, appearing in all 11 games for the second-consecutive season ... despite starting just one game, finished seventh on the team in tackles with 32 ... made first-career start against Oregon, recording best career game with nine tackles, including three for loss ... came through with six tackles in Huskies' 35-32 come-from-behind win over Arizona ... swatted away a fourth-quarter pass from Ortege Jenkins to Andrae Thurman to force a Wildcat punt that eventually led to go-ahead Husky touchdown ... made five tackles in Huskies' 33-30 victory over Oregon State.

Defensive Statistics
Year     G-S  Solo   Asst.  Tot.  Loss  FC   FR   PD  Int.   Sacks
1998     3-0    0     0      0     0-0   0  1-0    0  0-0    0-0
1999    11-0    4     5      9     1-2   0  0-0    0  1-24   0-0
2000    11-1   10    22     32     3-6   0  0-0    1  0-0    0-0
Totals  25-1   14    27     41     4-8   0  1-0    1  1-24   0-0

75 ElliottZajac
Sophomore - Offensive Guard

Played sparingly on offense as the backup to Chad Ward at right guard, but was a key component of Husky special teams ... served as the long snapper on field goals and punts for the second s traight season ... earned coaches' special-teams MVP honors for flawless snapping performance in a downpour at Stanford, a game the Huskies won 31-28 ... also ran in the wedge on Husky kick returns, helping returner Derrick Johnson finish in the top-25 nationally with 24.2 yards per return.

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