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Patrick Reddick
Patrick Reddick

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Newbury Park, Calif.

High School:
Newbury Park High School

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190

Position:
WR

Birthdate:
09/06/1978

Experience:
2V

Washington: Was granted a sixth year of eligibility during 2002 spring drills, having missing two seasons due to cysts on his knees. 2001: Was an impact receiver, making catches at key moments … just two years removed from surgery to repair cysts on his knees, set or equaled career-highs for games played (10), receptions (15), receiving yards (291) and touchdowns (2) … reception total ranked fourth on the team … led all Husky receivers with a 19.4 yards-per-catch average … scored first-career touchdown on 75-yard bomb against Arizona … catch equaled the 12th-longest in Husky football history … made another crucial catch, for 27 yards, to set up Cody Pickett’s winning touchdown rush in final minute of come-from-behind win against the Wildcats … finished with career-best 102 yards receiving against Arizona, earning the coaches’ award as offensive MVP … scored again three weeks later at Oregon State, on a seven-yard pass from quarterback Taylor Barton. 2000: 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 in 2000 that did not have a reception in 1999 ... finished the season with three catches for 28 yards ... equaled that total in the Huskies’ 34-24 Rose Bowl win, making three receptions for 30 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. 1999: Did not play while continuing rehab from knee surgery. 1998: Redshirted the season due to knee surgery. 1997: One of 10 true freshmen to play for UW; one of six to letter ... played in every game except for Oregon ... had four receptions totaling 46 yards ... long reception was a 27-yard catch vs. Oregon.

High School and Personal: Born Sept. 6, 1978 ... parents are Albert and Linda ... has a brother, Albert, and a sister, Shoshone ... named to the Tacoma News Tribune’s "Western 100" Team ... recorded 144 receptions during his prep career ... had 78 receptions in 10 games for 1,372 yards and 10 touchdowns ... caught 64 passes as a junior totaling 1,025 yards and nine TDs ... intercepted nine passes his junior season ... an All-CIF pick as a junior and senior ... named to All-SoCal team as a senior ... cousin and high school teammate of former Washington receiver Dajuan Hawkins ... earned his BA in sociology in June of 2002 ... will pursue a second degree, in American ethnic studies, this fall.

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