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Release: 02/05/2003
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Feb. 5, 2003

Seattle - A total of 24 high school student-athletes signed national letters of intent today to enroll at the University of Washington and play football for the Huskies. That group joins two junior college players who signed national letters of intent with Washington in December to bring the Huskies' 2003 recruiting class to a total of 26 players.

The Husky recruiting class includes six wide receivers, three linebackers, three offensive linemen, three cornerbacks, two safeties, two defensive linemen, two kickers, two tight ends, two players tabbed as "athletes", and one running back.

Of the players signing national letters of intent today, 12 hail from California, eight from Washington and one each from Arizona, Hawaii, Nebraska, Nevada, Oregon and American Samoa.

Here is an alphabetical list of the incoming players followed by their biographical information:

2003 Washington Football Letter of Intent Signees
NamePos.Ht.Wt.Hometown (High School/JUCO)
Wilson AfoaDL 6-3260Honolulu, Hawaii (Saint Louis)
Erik BerglundOL 6-6280Beaverton, OR (Beaverton)
Tahj Bomar LB 6-2212Kent, WA (Kentwood)
Derrick BradleyCB 5-9180Everett, WA (Kamiak)
Michael Braunstein PK 5-8170Gilbert, AZ (Gilbert)
Craig Chambers WR 6-5190Mill Creek, WA (Jackson)
Quintin DanielsWR 6-0171Los Angeles, CA (Loyola)
Sean DouglasP 6-1195Bellevue, NE (Bellevue East)
Cody Ellis CB 6-0170Puyallup, WA (Puyallup)
Juan GarciaOL 6-3275Yakima, WA (Eisenhower)
Chris HemphillS 6-6210Gardena, CA (Junipero Serra)
Robert Lewis LB 6-5215Van Nuys, CA (Montclair College Prep)
Jon Lyon * TE 6-6250Carmel, CA (Carmel HS /Saddleback CC)
Chad Macklin OL 6-8265Visalia, CA (Golden West)
Mike Mapu *DE 6-3280Pago Pago, American Samoa (Faga'itua HS /Mesa CC)
Durrell MossATH 6-0175Orange, CA (Orange)
Louis Rankin RB 6-0190Stockton, CA (Lincoln)
Anthony Russo ATH 5-11185Tacoma, WA (Lakes)
Sonny ShackelfordWR 6-2185Beverly Hills, CA (Beverly Hills)
Clarence "Dre" Simpson CB 6-3175Sylmar, CA (Sylmar)
Charles SmithWR 6-1175LaMesa, CA (Helix)
Kyle TrewLB 6-2215Edmonds, WA (Edmonds-Woodway)
Casey TylerTE 6-6265Edmonds, WA (Edmonds-Woodway)
C.J. WallaceS 6-0195Sacramento, CA (Grant Union)
Bobby WhithorneWR 6-1175Santa Margarita, CA (Santa Margarita Catholic)
Corey Williams WR 6-3185Las Vegas, NV (Las Vegas)
* Junior College Transfer. Signed national letter of intent in December.

Wilson Afoa
DL
6-3
260
Honolulu, Hawaii (Saint Louis)

Led Crusaders to a 10-2 record and a state title in 2002, accumulating 51 tackles, 19 tackles-for-loss, 44 hurries, 6 1/2 sacks, three passes defended and a forced fumble ... the Honolulu Advertiser's 2002 Defensive Player of the Year ... a first-team all-state selection by both the Advertiser and the Honolulu Bulletin ... also earned All-Interscholastic League of Hawaii honors, and was named ILH Defensive Player of the Year ... led Saint Louis to 17th-consecutive ILH title in 2002, scoring on a fumble recovery in the Crusaders' 27-12 victory against Kamehameha in the ILH championship game ... led team to a third-place finish in the state tournament as a junior, and teamed with current Husky linebacker Joe Lobendahn to guide Saint Louis to a second-place state finish in 2000 ... an All-ILH pick his junior year ... named an All-American by Student Sports.com ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... ranked No. 72 among defensive ends by Rivals.com ... named a second-team All-American by the Dick Butkus Football Network ... named to PrepStar's All-American team.

Erik Berglund
OL
6-6
280
Beaverton, OR (Beaverton)

Has only played football for three years ... helped Beaverton to a 10-2 record and Metro Conference title in 2002 ... Beavers reached quarterfinals of the OSAA (Oregon School Activities Association) 4A Championship, after having been defeated in the first round in 2001 ... third-team all-state selection by The Oregonian ... honorable mention selection to the Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... rated the No. 6 player in Oregon by SuperPrep ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Tahj Bomar
LB
6-2
212
Kent, WA (Kentwood)

Led Knights to second-consecutive Class 4A state title in 2002 with 155 tackles, including 72 solo tackles, three sacks and two interceptions ... leader on defense that allowed just 58 yards rushing per game in regular season ... earned SPSL North Division Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2002 ... a two-time All-SPSL North first-team honoree ... an Associated Press and Tacoma News-Tribune first-team all-state selection ... a Seattle Times all-area pick, and the Times' 2002 SPSL North Division Player of the Year ... named to Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... named to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's All-Star team ... earned team Defensive MVP honors in 2001 after leading team to a 13-1 record and the first of two-consecutive state crowns ... rated the No. 5 player in Washington by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 17 among linebackers by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-American team.

Derrick Bradley
CB
5-9
180
Everett, WA (Kamiak)

Rushed for 1,226 yards and 23 TDs as a senior, despite missing three games due to an ankle injury ... also added two interceptions on defense, as opponents rarely threw in his direction ... set school record with 228-yard performance in 35-21 victory against Jackson ... scored six touchdowns in 41-27 victory against Everett ... in the six games in which he carried at least 15 times, he averaged 180 yards per game and 9.7 yards per carry ... seven of his 23 touchdowns were from more than 40 yards ... led Kamiak to an 8-2 record ... a first-team all-state selection by Associated Press and the Tacoma News-Tribune ... the Seattle Times and Everett Herald All-Area Offensive Player of the Year ... first-team All-Wesco running back and defensive back in 2002... named to Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... named the offensive player of the year on the Everett Herald's all-area team ... named to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's All-Star team ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... first-team All-WesCo defensive back and special teams in 2001 ... an outstanding sprinter ... finished fifth in state 100-meter championships as a sophomore with a time of 11.03 ... was third in the 200 meters that same year at 22.36 ... finished second in the 200 meters and third in the 100 meters at the 2002 4A state track championships ... rated the No. 2 player in Washington by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 30 among cornerbacks by Rivals.com ... a PrepStar All-American.

Michael Braunstein
PK
5-8
170
Gilbert, AZ (Gilbert)

Was a kicker and punter for Gilbert High School ... made 21 of 30 field goals during his prep career, including long of 54 yards that was a school record ... averaged 41.4 yards per punt in 2002, with a school-record best of 62 yards ... made 71 of 74 career PAT attempts ... 95 percent of his kickoffs were touchbacks ... scored a touchdown on a 54-yard fake in 10-7 victory against Horizon ... an honorable mention all-state selection as a senior, and a second-team pick his junior season ... a first team all-region honoree in 2001 ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 6 player in the state of Arizona by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 3 among kickers by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Craig Chambers
WR
6-5
190
Mill Creek, WA (Jackson)

As a senior, caught 48 passes for 804 yards ... averaged 20.1 yards per reception over his last two seasons ... had 93 catches during his prep career totaling 1,972 yards and 18 touchdowns ... an Associated Press all-state pick in 2002 ... named to Seattle Times all-area team in 2002 ... earned second-straight Seattle Times 'Star Times' honor in 2002 ... named to Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... was the picked the Seattle Times' 'North Athlete of the Year' for preps in 2002 ... received eight (of 10) stars on Long Best Press Telegram's "Best of the West" poll to earn first-team honors ... had a 267-yard receiving game against Edmonds-Woodway, the 16th-most by a prep receiver in the United States in 2001 ... caught 35 passes for 863 yards and eight touchdowns in 2001 ... an All-WesCo and Seattle Times All-Area pick as a junior ... also plays forward on basketball team and runs track ... was a first team All-WesCo 4A South selection on the hardwood as a junior, averaging 13.3 points for Timberwolves, who qualified for district tournament ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 15 wide receiver in the nation by Tom Lemming for ESPN.com ... named to SuperPrep's 2002 All-America team ... ranked No. 24 wide receiver in the nation, and the No. 4 player in Washington, by SuperPrep ... ranked the No. 16 wide receiver by Prep Football Report ... a Student Sports Junior All-American in 2001 ... brother, Richie, was a linebacker at Washington from 1990-1995 ... named to PrepStar's Dream Team (top 100) ... ranked No. 26 among wide receivers by Rivals.com ... ranked the No. 9 wide receiver in the nation by PrepStar.

Quintin Daniels
WR
6-0
171
Los Angeles, CA (Loyola)

Played wide receiver and safety in high school ... as a senior he had 12 receptions for 300 yards and two scores ... also added seven interceptions on defense ... was invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... had an interception in the game for the West team ... led Cubs to a 9-4 record and the semifinals of CIF Division I playoffs in 2002 ... an All-Sierra League first-team pick in 2002 ... received six (of 10) stars on Long Best Press Telegram's "Best of the West" poll to earn second-team honors ... honorable mention all-state pick by CalHi Sports ... caught 32 balls for 563 yards (17.6 avg.) and six touchdowns as a junior, earning Cubs' offensive MVP award ... named to the L.A. Times All-Central City team at wide receiver in 2001 ... led Loyola to 7-3-1 record as a junior ... runs the 100 and 200 meters for prep track team ... won Mission League 100-meter championship as a junior, clocking a 10.7 ... finished ninth at state indoor championships as a junior with triple jump of 43-7... named to Cal-Hi Sports All-State Underclassman Team as a junior as an all-purpose player ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 17 wide receiver in the nation by Tom Lemming for ESPN.com ... rated the No. 19 player in the Far West Region (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 38 among wide receivers by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Sean Douglas
P
6-1
195
Bellevue, NE (Bellevue East)

All-State as a kicker in 2002 ... all-Metro League as a punter in 2002 ... averaged 41.6 yards per kick on 37 punts as a senior ... had 10 punts downed inside the opponent 10-yard line ... made nine of 13 field goals as a senior ... had three in one game to tie a state 3A record ... helped Chieftans to a 12-1 record and the 3A state championship as a senior ... first player from his high school to earn all-state honors in 16 years ... named to the Omaha World-Herald's all-state team ... named to the Omaha World-Herald's All-Metro Conference team ... ranked No. 16 among punters by Rivals.com.

Cody Ellis
CB
6-0
170
Puyallup, WA (Puyallup)

Had 47 catches for 920 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2002, along with two rushing touchdowns, four special teams touchdowns and three interceptions as a defensive back in 2002 ... first-team All-SPSL South receiver and defensive back in 2002... named to the Tacoma News Tribune's All-State team... named to the Associated Press all-state team ... also competes on track team where he runs the 100 and 200 meters ... won the state 4A title in the 200 meters as a junior with a time of 22.29 ... finished fifth in the 100-meter event ... also won the West Central/Southwest 4A district title in that same event ... listed as a "Red Chip" recruit by the Seattle Times ... honorable mention selection to the Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... named to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's All-Star team ... named to PrepStar's All-Region team ... rated the No. 8 player in Washington by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 79 among cornerbacks by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Juan Garcia
OL
6-3
275
Yakima, WA (Eisenhower)

Big-9 offensive lineman of the year ... earned all-Big 9 honors on offense and defense as a senior ... named to the Associated Press all-state team ... first-team all-Big-9 on defense and second-team on offense as a junior, even though he only played five games... also competes on the Eisenhower track team in the shot put ... honorable mention selection to the Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... listed as a "Red Chip" recruit by the Seattle Times ... rated the No. 10 player in Washington by SuperPrep ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Chris Hemphill
S
6-6
210
Gardena, CA (Junipero Serra)

Was a wide receiver and strong safety in high school ... team won league championship all three years ... team compiled a 13-1 record as a senior and reached the finals of the CIF Southern Section Division X playoffs ... won the Del Rey League in 2002 ... also plays for the Cavaliers' basketball team ... team won the Angelus League in 2001 and was 8-2 overall that year ... school (grades 10-12) has an enrollment of just 426 in 2002-03

Robert Lewis
LB
6-5
215
Van Nuys, CA (Montclair College Prep)


Played defensive end, linebacker and tight end for the Mounties ... made 172 tackles, eight sacks, four fumble recoveries, and two interceptions from his linebacker position ... caught 17 passes for 197 yards as a tight end ... all-Olympic League pick ... team reached the second round of the Southern Section VIII playoffs as a senior ... school enrollment for grades 10-12 was 308 in 2002-03 ... helped team to a 7-4 record as a senior ... team was 9-2-1 as a junior ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... named to PrepStar's all-region team ... rated the No. 78 player in the Far West (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 44 among defensive ends by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-American team.

Jon Lyon
TE
6-6
250
Carmel, CA (Saddleback CC/Carmel HS)


Played tight end at Saddleback Community College in Mission Viejo, Calif., ... enrolled at UW in January and will participate in spring drills in April ... helped the Gauchos to a 9-2 record last season, including a 35-28 overtime victory against Cerritos in the Strawberry Bowl ... a second-team All-America pick by J.C. Grid-Wire Magazine ... caught 29 passes for 464 yards and three touchdowns during the season ... first-team all-conference selection in the Mission Football Conference ... named to JCFootball.com's preseason All-American team ... as a freshman, he appeared in three games but did not have any receptions as Saddleback posted a 7-4 record and an appeared in the Western State Bowl where the Gauchos lost to the College of Canyons ... an all-league pick in both football and baseball at Carmel High School ... coached at Saddleback by Mark McElroy.

Chad Macklin
OL
6-8
265
Visalia, CA (Golden West)

Was an offensive tackle ... was an all-West Yosemite League pick as a senior in 2002 ... named to the Valley All-Stars as a senior ... team was 5-5 his senior season after going 9-2 his junior season when it the Trailblazers the league championship ... first-team all-state pick by CalHi Sports ... earned All-League and All-Valley honors as a junior ... rated the No. 123 player in the Far West (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 65 among offensive linemen by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Mike Mapu
DE
6-3
280
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Mesa CC/Faga'itua HS)

Played defensive end at Mesa (Ariz.) Community ... will enroll at Washington for the spring quarter and participate in spring drills ... earned first-team junior college National Junior College All-American honors after piling up 16 sacks in 10 games last season for a Mesa team that compiled a 3-7 record ... earned Arizona Community College Athletic Conference honors in 2002 and was named a first-team Western States Football League All-American ... originally signed a national letter of intent with Fresno State in 2001 ... attended Eastern Arizona College as a freshman before transferring to Mesa C.C. ... was a two-time all-league selection and named the most valuable player of the American Samoa High School Athletic Association All-Star game as a senior ... played quarterback and defensive end at Faga'itua High School.

Durrell Moss
ATH
6-0
175
Orange, CA (Orange)

Ranked seventh in the Southland in rushing 1847 yards on 215 carries in 2002 ... scored 19 rushing touchdowns ... team was 7-4 ... lost in the first round of the CIF Southern Division VII playoffs ... all-Golden West League selection as a junior and senior ... as a junior, rushed for 1,743 yards and 20 touchdowns ... had three games during his junior season when he carried at least 40 times in the game ... team was 2-8 his junior season ... started his prep career at quarterback before moving to running back ... also plays for Panthers' basketball team and runs track for prep squad ... named the Golden West League most outstanding offensive player by CalHi Sports Magazine ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 50 player in the Far West (California, Nevada and Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... received two (of 10) stars on Long Best Press Telegram's "Best of the West" poll to earn honorable mention honors ... ranked No. 54 among fullbacks by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Louis Rankin
RB
6-0
190
Stockton, CA (Lincoln)

Scored 41 touchdowns as a senior to rank second in California ... 41 touchdownss was top mark ever for Stockton prep player and fifth best mark by a San Joaquin Section player ... 34 of Rankin's touchdowns came on the ground ... rushed for 2,245 yards ... 14 receptions led to five scores and 272 yards .... also scored twice on kick returns ... first-team all-state pick by CalHi Sports as a multi-purpose player ... team was 12-2 his senior season and won the San Joaquin League for the second consecutive season ... reached the championship game of the Division I playoffs ... team was 11-2 his junior season ... one of 10 finalists for the Cal-Hi Sports California Mr. Football player of the year award ... also a member of the Trojans' basketball and track teams ... ranked No. 42 among running backs by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Anthony Russo
ATH
5-11
185
Tacoma, WA (Lakes)

First team all-Seamount league as a running back and as a kickoff return man as a junior ... earned all-league honors at wide receiver as a senior ... helped team to a 12-1 record and the semifinals of the state 3A championship in 2002... listed as a "Red Chip" recruit by the Seattle Times ... honorable mention selection to the Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 7 player in Washington by SuperPrep ... rushed for 683 yards as a senior ... had 19 receptions for 331 yards and five touchdowns in 2002 ... ... ranked No. 96 among running backs by Rivals.com.

Sonny Shackelford
WR
6-2
185
Beverly Hills, CA (Beverly Hills)

As a senior had 65 receptions for 1,465 yards and 20 touchdowns ... averaged 22.5 yards per catch ... as a senior on defense he made 60 tackles and had five interceptions ... team was 6-5 his senior season and reached the first round of the Division III playoffs ... played in the California/Florida All-Star game ... as a junior, he left his receiver position to play quarterback, but returned to receiver and cornerback as a senior ... voted as the top quarterback in the League in 2001... Normans went 7-4 his junior season ... received four (of 10) stars on Long Best Press Telegram's "Best of the West" poll to earn honorable mention honors ... all-Bay League selection ... rated the No. 99 player in the Far West (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 76 among wide receivers by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Clarence "Dre" Simpson
CB
6-3
175
Sylmar, CA (Sylmar)

Had seven interceptions as a senior, returning four for touchdowns ... caught 42 passes for 600 yards and nine scores ... had one kickoff return for a touchdown ... team was 9-3 his senior season and won the Mission Valley League in Los Angeles ... lost to Gardena in City Championship game ... Spartans was 8-3 and conference champs as a junior ... named to SuperPrep's 2002 All-America team ... ranked No. 14 defensive back in the nation by SuperPrep ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 12 player in the Far West Region (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... played in the California/Florida All-Star game ... ranked No. 21 among cornerbacks by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Charles Smith
WR
6-1
175
LaMesa, CA (Helix)

As a senior, caught 27 passes for 580 yards and eight scores ... named to the all-area team by the East County as a junior and senior ... team was 11-2 and won Grossmont South League championship ... team reached championship game of Division II playoffs played at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego ... Highlanders were 12-1 his junior season ... member of Helix basketball team that was Section DII Champions his junior season ... also competes on Helix track team as high jumper and long jump ... received four (of 10) stars on Long Best Press Telegram's "Best of the West" poll to earn honorable mention honors ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 25 wide receiver in the nation by Tom Lemming for ESPN.com ... rated the No. 53 player in the Far West (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 66 among wide receivers by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-American team.

Kyle Trew
LB
6-2
215
Edmonds, WA (Edmonds-Woodway)

Played just five games his senior season due to an injury ... rushed for 800 yards on 114 carries and 12 touchdowns ... also caught 10 passes for 106 yards ... had 60 tackles on defense ... named to the Everett Herald's all-area team ... helped team to a 6-3 record his senior season ... as a junior, rushed for 1,526 yards and 18 touchdowns to lead Edmonds-Woodway to a 6-3 record ... was a three-year starter on defense ... also a member of the Edmonds-Woodway basketball and track teams ... honorable mention selection to the Tacoma News Tribune's 2003 Northwest Nuggets team ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... listed as a "Red Chip" recruit by the Seattle Times ... named to the Seattle Times all-WesCo South Division at running back and outside linebacker ... rated the No. 6 player in Washington by SuperPrep ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Casey Tyler
TE
6-6
265
Edmonds, WA (Edmonds-Woodway)

First-team All-Wesco tight end in 2001 and 2002 ... second-team All-WesCo South Division defensive end in 2002 ... had 18 catches for 319 yards and four touchdowns in 2002... named to the Everett Herald's all-area team at tight end ... named to Seattle Times all-conference team at tight end and defensive end ... named to the Associated Press all-state team at tight end ... helped team to a 6-3 record his senior season ... also a member of the Edmonds-Woodway basketball team ... listed as a "Red Chip" recruit by the Seattle Times ... named to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's All-Star team ... rated the No. 13 player in Washington by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 31 among tight ends by Rivals.com ... starting playing competitive football as a sophomore in high school.

C.J. Wallace
S
6-0
195
Sacramento, CA (Grant Union)

Had 1,600 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns ... averaged 12 yards per rush ... as a free safety he accounted for 73 tackles ... Pacers went 9-2 his senior season and reached the first round of the Division I playoffs ... missed two games due to a sprained ankle ... all-Metropolitian League selection ... team was 9-2-1 as a junior and won the Metro League championship... second-team all-state pick by CalHi Sports as a multi-purpose player ... named to the Sacramento Bee's all-city team ... rated the No. 73 player in the Far West (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... named to PrepStar's All-West Region team.

Bobby Whithorne
WR
6-1
175
Santa Margarita, CA (Santa Margarita Catholic)

Had 53 receptions for 642 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior ... was also a free safety ... had 13 catches in one game, one shy of school record ... team was 6-5 his senior season and lost in the first round of the Southern Division I playoffs ... all-Serra League pick in 2002 ... as a junior, caught 50 balls for 648 yards and four touchdowns ... finished his career with 86 catches ... earned all-conference honors as a junior ... Eagles went 8-2-2 his junior year and won the Serra League... rated the No. 98 player in the Far West (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep ... ranked No. 78 among wide receivers by Rivals.com ... named to PrepStar's All-American team.

Corey Williams
WR
6-3
185
Las Vegas, NV (Las Vegas)

Two-way athlete who excelled at both wide receiver and at free safety ... had 64 receptions for 1000 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2002 ... team was 11-1 his senior season, losing in the semifinals of the state 4A playoffs ... team posted 24 consecutive wins over his junior and senior seasons ... named to the Las Vegas Sun first-team all-state squad ... named first team all-Southern Nevada and all-Sunrise Region by the Las Vegas Review-Journal ... a second-team all-region pick as a defensive back and punter ... runs track where he competes in 110 high hurdles, triple jump and long jump ... set regional record in 110-meter high hurdles as a sophomore in 2001 at 15:18 ... caught 46 passes for 670 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior ... team won state championship during his junior season ... selected by the Tacoma News Tribune for its Western 100 Team ... rated the No. 22 wide receiver in the nation by Tom Lemming for ESPN.com ... ranked No. 98 among wide receivers by Rivals.com ... ranked the No. 41 player in the Far West (California, Nevada, Hawaii) by SuperPrep.

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