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Wondame Davis
Wondame Davis

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Denver

High School:
Manual

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 170

Position:
FS

Birthdate:
06/26/1979

Experience:
3L

Washington: Moved back to safety during spring drills after a season at wide receiver ... has played cornerback, strong safety, and wide receiver in his three years ... first name is pronounced JUAN-da-me. 2000: 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. 1999: Earned his second letter ... a regular on the Husky special teams ... appeared in nine games plus the Holiday Bowl against Kansas State ... recorded four tackles during the season ... credited with causing one fumble. 1998: Played in eight games for the Huskies in his first season of competition ... started three times at cornerback when starter Jermaine Smith went down with a knee injury ... recorded 28 tackles ... had season-best eight tackles against California. 1997: Redshirted the season ... had two tackles for the White squad during the 1998 Spring Game ... returned three kickoffs for 67 yards and two punts for 20 yards during the Spring Game ... named the most improved defensive back at the conclusion of the 1998 spring practice.

High School and Personal: Born June 26, 1979 ... parents are Wade and Jody ... has two older sisters, Angela and Carmisha ... a first-team all-state selection as a quarterback ... preseason prep All-American ... named to All-Colorado Defensive squad as a cornerback ... four-year starter at Manual High School ... had seven interceptions in his career, five returned for scores ... named to the Tacoma News Tribune’s "Western 100" team ... led his team to a 7-3 finish as a senior ... played quarterback and returned kicks on special teams ... passed for 550 yards and rushed for 593 yards ... as a senior he recorded touchdowns by passing, receiving, rushing and also with an interception return ... he also scored by kicking extra points and field goals ... also lettered in basketball, track and baseball in high school ... all-state pick in basketball ... high school coach was Nate Howard ... an English major.

Defense
Year  G-S   UA  A  Tot.  Loss  FC  FR  PD  Int.  Sacks
1998   8-3    21   7   28      1-8    0    0    1    0      0-0
1999   9-0     2   2    4      0-0    1    0    0    0      0-0
Tot.  17-3    23   9   32      1-8    1    0    1    0      0-0

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

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