2004: Moves over to offensive tackle after playing tight end his first four years at Washington ... appeared in 10 games, starting nine times ... did not play in season opener vs. Fresno State ... tied for second on the team with 19 receptions for 202 yards ... averaged 10.6 yards per reception ... had a pair of TD catches ... caught first career TD vs. Oregon State, a 24-yard toss from Isaiah Stanback (only catch of that game) ... started at USC and had one catch for 16 yards ... caught one pass for nine yards at Oregon ... leading receiver vs. Arizona with six catches for 62 yards ... had a single reception for 10 yards vs. California ... sat out Fresno State game with groin injury but started vs. UCLA where he had his first catch, a nine yarder ... caught two passes for 27 yards at Notre Dame ... started at Stanford (no catches) ... leading receiver vs. SJSU with three catches for 30 yards ... named the KING-TV Most Improved Offensive Player. 2003: Appeared in just three games during the season due to injuries ... had five receptions for 70 yards ... caught three passes for 26 yards in the season opener against Ohio State ... recorded his longest catch, a 35-yard, versus Indiana ... missed five games due to the back injury before returning for the USC game ... had one grab in that contest for nine yards ... did not play in the final four games of the season. 2002: Was the backup to Ware at the position in 2002 ... started five times in a two-tight end set, including the Sun Bowl against Purdue ... caught three passes for 19 yards ... first career catch came against California ... had two receptions for 16 yards at USC ... also a regular on several of the special teams ... a recipient of the UW's Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman Award at the team's postseason awards banquet. 2001: Redshirted the season after breaking his foot in fall practice ... missed six weeks of practice to rehab the injury ... participated for the first time in workouts leading up to Huskies' win over Arizona State.
High School and Personal: Born in Omaha, Neb. ... parents are Katherine, a dietician, and Chris, a member of the U.S. Secret Service ... has two older siblings, Miranda and Jonathan ... pulled in 34 catches for 930 yards (27.4 yards per reception) and 11 TDs as a senior ... also made 51 tackles, five sacks and recovered three fumbles as a defensive end ... finished his career with 75 receptions for 1,792 yards and 19 TDs ... as a senior, caught 12 passes for 151 yards and a score, and added a sack and a forced fumble on defense, in a win over Torrey Pines ... a PrepStar All-American and SuperPrep All-West Region pick ... ranked fourth nationally at the athlete position by PrepStar ... ranked 11th in the nation at TE by Rivals.com ... 12th overall at TE in Student Sports ... earned four of a possible five stars from Rivals.com ... ranked 10th in the nation on the offensive line by Prep Football Report ... a member of the Tacoma News-Tribune's "Western 100" team ... a two-time all-CIF selection ... a first-team All-Avocado League selection ... also lettered in basketball and baseball ... majoring in law, society and justice.
Toledo news and features:
In The Trenches With Joe Toledo - Gohuskies.com (Oct. 28, 2005)
Toledo: Transformer - Gohuskies.com (Sept. 23, 2005)
Husky Football Camp: Toledo Making Most Of Switch - Gohuskies.com (Aug. 21, 2005)
Toledo's future at tackle? - Tacoma News-Tribune (Nov. 9, 2004)
Holy Toledo: Look who's a healthy Husky now - Seattle Times (Oct. 28, 2004)
Notebook: Toledo takes on new role - Seattle Times (April 8, 2005)