*In 1997, former Sun Devil defensive back Mike Haynes became the third ASU player elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He joined John Henry Johnson and Charley Taylor in the Hall.
*He became the second Sun Devil inducted into College Football's Hall of Fame in December of 2000 and also had his No. 40 retired at the Nov. 4, 2000, ASU vs. USC football game.
*The fifth overall selection by the New England Patriots in the 1976 NFL Draft he was selected to play in nine Pro Bowls, the second most by an ASU player. He was also a member of the Raiders Super Bowl XV and XVIII champion squads.
*In his four seasons on the collegiate gridiron, Haynes was a two-time All-America and three-time all-Western Athletic Conference selection.
*Led the nation by picking off 11 passes his junior year, second-best all-time at ASU.
*In 1975, Haynes' senior season, ASU enjoyed its most successful season in school history, going 12-0 and finishing second in the wire service polls.
*Snared 17 career interceptions, also second-best all-time at ASU. He was also an exceptional kick returner, fielding a school-record 46 punts in 1974 and scoring twice off punt returns in 1975.