Huskies take on Arizona in a 7:30 p.m. game at Husky Stadium.
Images from the match up between Oklahoma and Washington on Saturday, September 13, 2008
2011: Played in the Hawai'i, Nebraska and Cal games before season came to an end due to injury that required surgery ... had one carry and one reception in the Hawai'i game.
2010: Played only the BYU game, the season-opener, missing the remainder of the season due to injury ... had one carry for six yards in the BYU game.
2009: Played in nine games, most often as the Huskies' No. 2 tailback ... moved back to offense in the spring after having played safety in 2008 ... finished the year with 14 carries, 17 receptions, three kickoff returns and three punt returns ... in the season-opener vs. No. 11 LSU, caught two passes for 58 yards, including a 51-yard reception that set up the UW's first touchdown ... also had three carries for 11 yards and a 23-yard punt return vs. the Tigers ... scored on a 24-yard pass reception and on a two-yard run vs. Idaho ... finished with two carries for six yards, two catches for 35 yards and a 14-yard punt return vs. the Vandals ... season-high four catches, for 27 yards, at UCLA ... at Stanford, returned three kicks for 58 yards, caught three passes for 17 yards and had two carries ... five carries for 16 yards and three receptions for 20 at Arizona State.
2008: Moved from tailback to safety during fall camp and then appeared in seven of 12 games: Oklahoma, Stanford, Notre Dame, USC, UCLA, Washington State and California ... started three games at one safety spot: vs. Oklahoma and at Washington State and California ... one of 12 true freshman to play in 2008, and one of nine to start at least one game ... totaled nine tackles in first game, vs. Oklahoma ... five tackles, including a half a tackle for a loss, at Washington State ... made four stops vs. California ... two tackles each against USC and UCLA.
HIGH SCHOOL: Honored as the Associated Press state player of the year for all classifications as a senior in 2007 ... played tailback and safety for the Irish ... selected to participate for the West team at the Washington State Football Coaches Association's annual East West All-Star Game ... rushed for 2,545 yards and 36 touchdowns as a senior tailback ... led team to a 13-1 record and a run to the 3A state championship game, where O'Dea fell to Skyline ... ran for 297 yards and four touchdowns in the 3A state championship game ... averaged 11 yards per carry ... also played safety and returned kicks ... a unanimous selection to the 3A all-state team at running back following his senior year ... Co-Offensive MVP of the Metro League's Mountain Division ...first-team all-league at running back and safety ... selected to the Seattle Times all-state first team and named the Times' state player of the year ... named a "red chip" prospect by the Seattle Times ... member of the Seattle Times' "Star Times" team ... the Seattle Post-Intelligencer's offensive MVP for the area ... made the Tacoma News-Tribune's "Northwest Nuggets" honorable mention ... earned a spot on the News-Tribune's Western 100 team ... Superprep's No. 11 prospect in the state of Washington ... named the No. 18 recruit in Washington and the No. 72 safety in the country by Scout.com ... ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 62 "athlete" recruit in the nation and the No. 12 prospect in the state ... won state high jump championship as a senior with a leap of 6'-8" ... helped team to the state quarterfinals as a sophomore and junior, playing alongside current Husky Quinton Richardson ... named first-team All-Metro as a safety and second-team as a running back as a sophomore and again as a junior ... likely to be a four-year letterman in football, basketball and track & field ... father, Chris, was an all-area basketball player at Garfield High ... also related to two prominent former Huskies: nephew of Ron "Cookie" Jackson, a standout tailback in the early 1980s, and Nate Robinson a star on the Husky football and basketball teams and currently a member of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder ... mother, Monique Avery, is a UW alumna ... played football for coach Monte Kohler at O'Dea.
Johri Fogerson's Career Statistics