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  Delvon Flowers
Delvon Flowers

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Torrance, Calif.

High School:
Inglewood

Last College:
El Camino C.C.

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 196

Position:
Tailback

ASU: One of the top running backs on the West Coast ... will compete with fellow senior Tom Pace for the starting spot at tailback in the fall ... so far showing no ill effects of the torn ACL he suffered last season ... looks to return to the form that saw him emerge as the second-best rusher and earn honorable-mention All-Pac-10 honors in 1999 ... will also be a part of a trio of Sun Devils who will return kickoffs. 2000: Missed the entire season after suffering a torn ACL at a preseason scrimmage in Tempe ... winner of the team's Clyde B. Smith Academic Award ... was on the preseason watch list for the Doak Walker Award, which is annually presented to the nation's top running back, before suffering his season-ending knee injury. 1999: Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection ... played in all 12 games ... second-leading rusher on the team with 512 yards ... recorded 1,085 all-purpose yards, second-best to J.R. Redmond ... averaged 90.4 all-purpose yards a game ... posted the team's best rushing average at 6.4 yards ... rushed six times over 25 yards and four times over 30 yards ... scored five rushing touchdowns (six overall), good for second on the team ... produced the team's third-best point total with 36 points ... his longest run went for 40 yards ... caught six passes for 105 yards and one touchdown ... his longest reception of 49 yards sealed ASU's win over UCLA in the final seconds, scoring with :23 seconds remaining ... he caught a flanker screen pass from quarterback Griffin Goodman and made several nice moves past UCLA defenders ... that play earned the COMPAQ College Football Most Inspirational Play of the Week ... recorded 21 kickoff returns, gaining 468 yards (22.3 avg.) to lead the team ... tallied a career-high 161 rushing yards against Oregon, carrying the ball 23 times ... posted 103 rushing yards against Arizona ... had 121 all-purpose yards against USC ... had a spectacular 38-yard run for a touchdown in the win over Arizona, breaking three tackles along the way ... that play won the COMPAQ College Football (Best Run) Play of the Week.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Listed as the No. 1 junior college player in the nation by SuperPrep Magazine in its Top-100 ... named Co-Offensive Player of the Year by the all-California Community College, Region IV ... captain in 1998 ... earned first-team all-state honors by the all-California Community College Bureau ... finished the 1998 season tied for second among the individual scoring leaders with 12 points per game ... finished tied for second for most yards per carry in a single season (8.3) in the California Junior College system ... averaged 109.8 yards per game in 1998 ... collected 1,098 yards and 18 touchdowns in 10 games for El Camino ... averaged 135.6 yards per game of all-purpose ... scored two touchdowns via pass reception ... added 224 yards in pass receptions ... named team's Most Valuable Player in 1998 ... holds El Camino records for the most yards in a game (265), the longest run for a touchdown (87) and most career touchdowns (36).

HIGH SCHOOL: A 1997 graduate of Inglewood High School ... captained 1996 football team ... was named team's Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year in 1996 ... was also the Bay League Offensive Player of the Year in 1996 ... earned all-city and all-conference accolades in 1996 ... was named to the South Bay all-area team and Los Angeles Times all-state team in 1996 ... in 1996 he rushed for 1, 842 yards and had 29 touchdowns ... rushed for 236 yards in 10 carries and four touchdowns and did not play in the fourth quarter in a game against Torrance High School ... coached by Bob Sharp.

PERSONAL: Major is interdisciplinary studies ... parents are Eric Flowers and Addie Moses (salesperson) ... has three siblings (Eric, Nickey and Lakeisha) ... hobbies include watching movies and playing his Sony Playstation ... full name is Delvon I. Flowers.

CAREER HIGHS: Rushing Attempts: 23, at Oregon (10/30/99). Rushing Yards: 161, at Oregon (10/30/99). TDs Rushing: 2, vs. Arizona (11/27/99). Receptions: 3, vs. UCLA (10/2/99). Receiving Yards: 64, vs. UCLA (10/2/99). TDs Receiving: 1, vs. UCLA (10/2/99).

Flowers' Career Statistics

Rushing
	G/GS	Att.	Net	Avg.	TD	Lg.	Avg./G
1999	12/0	80	512	6.4	5	40	42.7
Receiving
	G/GS	Rec.	Yds.	Avg.	TD	Long
1999	12/0	6	105	17.5	1	49
Kickoff Returns
	G/GS	No.	Yds.	Avg.	TD	Long
1999	12/0	21	468	22.3	0	43

Flowers' Game-by-Game Statistics 1999 Rushing Opp. Rush Net Yds. TD Texas Tech 6 59 1 New Mexico State 0 0 0 @California 8 51 1 UCLA 1 0 0 @Notre Dame 11 70 0 @Washington 4 11 0 Washington State 1 -8 0 @Oregon 23 161 1 @USC 5 44 0 Stanford 4 15 0 Arizona 15 103 2 Wake Forest 2 7 0 1999 Receiving Opp. Rec. Yds. TD Texas Tech 0 0 0 New Mexico St. 0 0 0 @California 1 18 0 UCLA 3 64 1 @Notre Dame 1 10 0 @Washington 0 0 0 Washington St. 0 0 0 @Oregon 1 13 0 @USC 0 0 0 Stanford 0 0 0 Arizona 0 0 0 Wake Forest 0 0 0

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