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Charles Frederick
Charles Frederick

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lake Worth, Fla.

High School:
Pope John Paul II HS

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185

Position:
WR

Birthdate:
02/02/1982

Experience:
3V

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Washington: Returns as the starter at flanker ... voted a team captain for 2004 season ... has started 11 games during his career ... one of the best special teams players in the nation ... enters 2004 season with a streak of making at least one reception in 25 consecutive games ... has 104 career receptions to rank 11th on UW's all-time list ... is 13th on Husky career receiving yardage list with 1,482 yards ... ranks 10th on UW's career all-purpose yardage list with 3,289 yards ... will be the leader of a young receiving corps ... will be counted on for more productivity following the early departure of All-American Reggie Williams ... a first-team All-Pac-10 selection in 2003 as a special teams player ... enters his senior season ranked third on UW career kickoff return list with 59 ... needs 16 returns to set UW record ... listed as one of the top-20 receivers and top-20 return men in the country in The Sporting News season preview and a first team receiver on the All-Pac-10 unit ... tabbed as an honorable mention preseason All-American by Street & Smith's magazine ... Lindy's magazine ranks him as a top-10 all-purpose player and named him to the All-Pac-10 second team ... member of the Husky basketball team during his freshman season. 2003: A first-team All-Pac-10 selection in 2003 as a special teams player ... was second on the squad in 2003 with 59 catches for 831 yards ... reception total ranks eighth on UW single-season list ... was 10th in the Pac-10 at 4.92 receptions per game ... averaged 14.1 yards per catch, slightly more than Reggie Williams' average of 12.5 ... had five scoring catches ... led the team in punt returns with 29 for 340 yards ... averaged 11.7 yards per return, the highest mark in the Pac-10 ... helped the Huskies lead the Pac-10 in punt return average at with a 10.9 average per return ... first on the team with 1,380 all-purpose yards ... averaged 115.0 all-purpose yards per game ... that ranked fourth in the Pac-10 ... a three-time letterwinner at wide receiver ... named the 2003 Co-Offensive MVP at team banquet ... had one of the greatest games ever by a Husky in UW's 38-17 win against No. 22 Oregon State in Corvallis ... totaled 371 all-purpose yards against the Beavers to break Hugh McElhenny's 53-year old school record ... his all-purpose yardage total was 101 yards better than the next best mark by a Pac-10 player (USC's Reggie Bush with 260) during the season ... had 216 receiving yards, 101 punt return yards and 54 kickoff return yards ... his nine receptions were a career high ... reception yardage total was the best by a Husky during the season and ranks as third best single-season total in UW history ... scored three touchdowns in the game, including two by receptions and an 86-yard punt return for a score ... that was the sixth longest punt return in UW history and the second longest by a Pac-10 player in 2003 ... had an 87-yard touchdown catch that figures as the second-longest pass play in school history ... that reception was the second longest by a Pac-10 player during the season ... his 371 all-purpose yards were just eight shy of Stanford wide receiver Glyn Milburn's Pac-10 record ... named Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week for Oct. 18 ... earned the team's Offensive Player of the Game award for the Oregon State and Indiana games ... garnered Special Teams Player of the Game awards following the Oregon State and Stanford games ... more than doubled his touchdown production (two to five) as a receiver from his sophomore season. 2002: Started two games at wide receiver, and appeared in every game as both a receiver and return specialist ... one of four receivers with more than 40 receptions this season, the first-time the Huskies have ever had a quartet accomplish the feat ... finished the year with 45 receptions for 651 yards and two touchdowns ... was the only Husky to return a punt in 2002 ... also led the team in kick returns with 30, finishing sixth in the Pac-10 with a 20-yard average ... his 601 return yards were the second most in UW history ... ranked eighth in the conference in all-purpose yards with 108.4 per game ... is fourth on UW's career kickoff return list with 43 ... is seventh on career return yardage list with 815 ... his 74 career punt returns ranks eighth on UW all-time list ... racked up five catches for 88 yards, including an outstanding 51-yard touchdown grab, in season-opener at Michigan ... displayed speed and elusiveness in highlight-reel 74-yard catch-and-run against Idaho ... finished the game with 142 yards on five catches, earning the coaches' offensive player of the game honor ... also named offensive player of the game after win over Oregon State ... had career-high six catches, for 71 yards, in 29-26 win over third-ranked Washington State ... earned a KING-TV Most Improved Player Award at the team's postseason awards banquet. 2001: Named a first-team Freshman All-American by The Sporting News as a punt returner ... ranked among the nation's top-five in punt returns all season with a 14.6-yard average, but fell one return short of the minimum required in the final national rankings ... average was second-best in the Pac-10, and sixth-best in a single-season at UW ... helped the Huskies tie for 10th in the nation in punt-return average at 13.33 ... one of four true freshmen, including wide receiver Reggie Williams, punter Derek McLaughlin and inside linebacker Joseph Lobendahn, to appear in every game for Washington in 2001 ... earned special teams MVP honors for performance in Huskies' 53-3 win over Idaho ... fumbled on first-career punt return, against Idaho, but redeemed himself with 87-yard touchdown on second return ... one of three special-teams scores for the Huskies in the game ... 87-yard return was the fifth-longest in school history, and longest in the Pac-10 in 2001 ... had career-high five punt returns in Huskies' 31-28 victory over Cal ... was second on the team in kick returns with a 16.5-yard average, including a season-best 38-yarder against Oregon State ... a top prep point guard, saw reserve action for the Husky hoops team following the Holiday Bowl.

High School and Personal: Born Feb. 2, 1982 ... parents are Charles Frederick and Clara Pearson ... tallied 1,030 yards receiving and 29 touchdowns in 2000 ... finished with over 100 career receptions ... had best game of 2000 in 41-18 win over Bay Point, rushing for 112 yards and scoring four touchdowns, including a 71-yard punt return, a 96-yard kickoff return, and rushes of 57 and 27 yards ... joined fellow Husky Reggie Williams as a 2000 Parade All-American ... also earned first-team All-America honors from USAToday.com, SuperPrep, PrepStar, and Rivals.com ... a member of PrepStar's 2000 Dream Team ... ranked tops in the nation at WR, third in the nation at all positions by Student Sports ... ranked sixth in the nation at wide receiver by PrepStar ... PrepStar's second-best receiver in the Southeast region ... a member of Max Emfinger's "Florida Super Elite 25" ... the top WR on that list ... ranked second in the nation by Rivals.com, one spot ahead of fellow Husky recruit Williams ... along with Williams, one of just five wide receivers nationally to merit a perfect five-star rating ... ranked No. 2 in the nation at wide receiver by FoxStudentSports.com ... SuperPrep's seventh-rated wide receiver nationally, tops in the state of Florida ... Florida's eighth-best recruit at all positions in that publication ... earned first-team all-league, first-team all-area, and first-team all-state honors from the Palm Beach Post ... returned an interception 55 yards for a score in the 2000 Outback Steakhouse All-Star game, featuring South Florida's top prep players ... also rated among the top prep point guards in the country ... a 1999 USA Today All-America honorable mention pick in basketball ... a Student Sports first-team Grid-Hoop All-American ... named to the Palm Beach Post's 2000 Preseason Fab 5 in basketball ... in 1999, racked up 565 yards and 22 touchdowns receiving, and 34 tackles, six interceptions and five forced fumbles on defense ... joined Pope John Paul II alums John Anderson and Rich Alexis at Washington ... nicknamed "ET" ... majoring in American ethnic studies.

Receiving
Year     G-S   Rec.   Yds.   Avg.  TD   LG
2001    12-0     0      0    0.0    0    0
2002    13-2    45    651   14.5    2   74
2003    12-9    59    831   14.1    5   87
Totals  37-11  104   1482   14.3    7   87

Punt Returns Year G-S No. Yds. Avg. TD LG 2001 12-0 14 202 14.4 1 87 2002 13-2 18 146 8.1 0 21 2003 12-9 29 340 11.7 1 86 Totals 37-11 61 688 11.3 2 87

Kickoff Returns Year G-S No. Yds. Avg. TD LG 2001 12-0 18 290 16.1 0 38 2002 13-2 30 601 20.0 0 59 2003 12-9 11 202 18.4 0 25 Totals 37-11 59 1093 18.5 0 59

Frederick news and features:
Redemption Song - gohuskies.com (Oct. 16, 2004)
Huskies expect a healthy Frederick - The Oregonian (Oct. 15, 2004)
Leading with his chin up - The Oregonian (Sept. 17, 2004)

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