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Ty Eriks
Ty Eriks


Seattle, Wash.

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Height / Weight:
6-2 / 245



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2004: Moves back to fullback after spending the 2004 season at defensive end ... appeared in 10 games and started season finale vs. Washington State ... had nine tackles during the season ... had three tackles in extensive time off bench vs. UCLA ... posted two tackles at Stanford ... had a tackle and a fumble recovery vs. Oregon State ... after playing a number of different positions, played his second season as a DE ... also played TB, FB, S and OLB at the UW ... named to the Pac-10's All-Academic Team in 2004 ... named the team's 101 Club Academic Award winner. 2003: Appeared in all 12 games in 2003 ... started against UCLA, Nevada and Washington State ... finished the year with 12 tackles ... top effort was eight tackles against Nevada ... started the 2003 season at fullback and then moved to defensive end ... had three carries for nine yards ... a second-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... presented the Academic Excellence Award at 2003 team banquet. 2002: Moved to fullback ... ended fall drills at outside linebacker ... appeared in 10 games during the season ... did not see playing time in the USC, Arizona State or Purdue (Sun Bowl) contests .... second Team Pac-10 All-Academic selection ... finished the season as the backup to Zach Tuiasosopo at fullback ... did not carry the ball during the season ... regular on Husky special teams. 2001: Utilized a redshirt season ... rose as high as third on the depth chart, due to injuries at the tailback position leading up to the Cal game ... was named squad's Offensive Scout of the Week for work prior to Washington's 23-18 win over 10th-ranked Michigan.

High School and Personal: Parents are Jane and Bob ... has an older sister, Kim, and younger brother, Kyle ... was primarily used as a fullback in high school, finishing his three-year varsity career with 3,090 yards and 45 TDs ... posted 1,448 yards and 22 TDs as a senior to lead O'Dea to the Class 3A state semifinals ... carried 23 times for 250 yards and 3 TDs against Puyallup ... the following week, sat out the second half against Ballard after going for 195 yards and three more TDs on just nine carries in the first half ... a first-team selection to the Long Beach Press-Telegram's "Best in the West" team, meriting seven of a possible 10 votes ... ranked 77th nationally in Prep Football Report's listing of the nation's top 100 recruits at all positions ... the No. 20 pick nationally by that same publication at RB ... a PrepStar and SuperPrep All-American ... ranked 18th nationally by SuperPrep, tops among Northwest RBs ... ranked second among all Northwest recruits by SuperPrep, trailing only fellow Husky newcomer Reggie Williams ... named PrepStar's top RB in the Northwest, 11th overall at running back in the West region ... named to's Hodge 150 and "Super Prospect" lists ... an AP and Seattle Times All-State selection ... one of four Seattle Times "Blue Chip" recruits ... also a member of the Times' "Star Times 2000" offense ... a member of the Tacoma News Tribune's "Northwest Nuggets" and "Western 100" squads ... carried for over 1,400 yards and 23 TDs as a junior in 1999 ... maintained a 4.0 GPA in high school ... is pursuing a medical degree ... majoring in neurobiology.

Year    G-S   Solo   Asst.   Tot.   Loss   FC    FR    PD   Int.   Sacks
2003   12-3      4      8     12   0.5-1    0   0-0     0   0-0     0-0

Eriks news and features:
A True O'Dea Man - (Sept. 22, 2005)

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