Height / Weight:
6-0 / 260
ASU: Is one of the most talented fullbacks in college football...good hands and excellent blocking skills integral to passing offense...great coverage ability on special teams...listed as the eighth-best fullback in the nation by The Sporting News in the preseason.
2003: Started all 10 games in which he played...an All-Pac-10 honorable mention selection...served as a team captain in games versus Oregon State, Washington State and Arizona...had a career day against Iowa, catching four passes for 36 yards, including a season-long 16-yarder...also had four receptions in the comeback win over North Carolina...caught 14 passes during the season for 106 yards...honored with the Tim Landers Iron Man Award for excellence in the Sun Devil weight room.
2002: Played in all 14 games, starting 11...missed other starts due to formation changes...carried eight times for 20 yards...had 13 receptions for 121 yards...averaged 9.3 yards per catch...longest reception of the year was for 16 yards versus Arizona...caught a two-point conversion versus San Diego State.
2001: Earned honorable-mention All-Pac-10 honors...played in all 11 games, starting seven...missed other four starts due to formation changes...gained 18 yards on the season on six carries...averaged three yards per carry and was never stopped behind the line of scrimmage...longest run of the year was for nine yards against Oregon State...caught six passes for 39 yards...had a touchdown reception against San Diego State.
2000: Played in 11 games last year...carried the ball 14 times for 42 yards...did not lose any yards in 2000...averaged 3.0 yards per carry and 3.8 yards per contest...also picked up 42 yards over four receptions...produced nine yards on three carries vs. California...picked up 17 yards on three carries , including season-best 10-yarder, vs. Washington State...in addition to six yards on two carries vs. Oregon, made season-best 20-yard reception from Jeff Krohn...had two runs for three yards and two receptions for 11 yards vs. USC...pulled down an 11-yard Matt Cooper pass vs. Stanford...one of six true freshmen to play in 2000.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2000 graduate of Kentwood High School in Kent, Wash....named honorable mention All-America by USA Today...listed as the No. 15 player in the Northwest by SuperPrep Magazine...an all-region selection by PrepStar Magazine...was the heart and soul of Kentwood's ride to the Class 4A state title game, its first appearance in 10 years...attended the Nebraska summer camp two years in a row...rushed for 800 yards and 22 touchdowns...committed to ASU very early in the process, even before ASU played at Washington on October 16.
PERSONAL: Majoring in interdisciplinary studies (education and sociology)...parents are Bob and Tina...has two older sisters...a throwback who has some unusual training regimens such as pulling weighted sleds with a parachute on his back and pushing cars...enjoys movies and pushing cars...born July 6, 1981 in San Jose, Calif.
CAREER HIGHS: Rushing Attempts: 3, three times, last at Arizona (11/24/00). Rushing Yards: 17, at Washington State (10/21/00). Receptions: 4, twice, last at North Carolina (10/18/03). Receiving Yards: 36, at Iowa (9/20/03). TDs Receiving: 1, vs. San Diego State (9/8/01).
|Karney's Career Statistics|
|Karney's Game-by-Game Statistics|
|at Oregon State||0||0||0||0|
|at North Carolina||1||-8||0||0|
|at Washington State||1||0||0||0|
|at Oregon State||0||0||0||0|
|at North Carolina||4||19||0||6|
|at Washington State||0||0||0||0|
|at San Diego St.||2||5||0||4|
|at Washington St.||2||1||0||2|
|vs. Kansas St.||0||0||0||0|
|at San Diego St.||2||21||0||14|
|at Washington St.||2||19||0||15|
|vs. Kansas St.||2||11||0||7|
|San Diego State||1||0||0||0|
|San Jose State||0||0||0||0|
|San Diego State||1||7||1||7|
|San Jose State||0||0||0||0|
Height / Weight:
6-0 / 200
ASU: A favorite target of quarterback Andrew Walter...returned to the team after playing baseball at Skagit Valley Junior College in Mt. Vernon, Wash. in spring 2002...was drafted in the 22nd round of the 2002 draft by the New York Yankees...played tailback in 2000.
2003: Played in all 12 games, starting 11...earned honorable mention All-Pac-10 honors...named ASU's Offensive Player of the Year...tallied 62 receptions for 901 yards and 10 touchdowns...averaged 14.5 yards per catch and 75.1 yards receiving per game...led the team in scoring with 60 points off of his 10 touchdowns...eighth in the Pac-10 in both receptions per game (5.17) and receiving yards per game (75.1)...had eight receptions for 172 yards and two touchdowns, all career-highs, against Utah State...also had 100-yard receiving days against Washington State (5-100-0) and Arizona (5-106-1)...made spectacular game-winning touchdown catch against North Carolina with no time remaining on the clock...that was his second touchdown in that game tying his career-high from the Utah State game...was a first-team Pac-10 All-Academic selection...named first-team Academic All-District VIII...named to the AFCA Good Works Team for his dedication and commitment to community service, one of 11 NCAA Division I-A players to receive the honor.
2002: Played in all 14 games...had 30 receptions for 369 yards (12.3 avg.) and three touchdowns...had a career day vs. North Carolina with five receptions for 122 yards...had three receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown against California...earned second-team Academic All-Pac-10 honors.
2001: Saw action in all 11 games...caught seven passes for 54 yards and one touchdown...made his first career touchdown catch at USC with a four-yard grab in the second quarter...made a career-high three catches for 25 yards vs. the Trojans...also played a lot on special teams, making one tackle.
2000: Played in nine games...saw a lot of action on special teams...carried the ball eight times for 13 yards with a long carry of 11 yards...had four tackles, three unassisted, on special teams.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2000 graduate of Capital High School...named to the PrepStar Preseason All-American Team...listed as the No. 4 Athlete in the Western Region by PrepStar Magazine...listed as the No. 7 player in the Northwest by SuperPrep Magazine...a member of the Tacoma News Tribune's "Western 100" listing...earned seven votes from the Long Beach Press-Telegram's "Best In The West" listing...was All-Narrows League as a sophomore, junior and senior...earned all-area honors as a junior and senior...as a senior, won the Narrows League Most Valuable Player Award...all-state two seasons...was the state championship Player of the Game as Capital High won the state title...was All-Narrows League four times in baseball...was all-state in baseball as a senior...also earned All-America honors in baseball as a senior...an honor student...a top baseball prospect who spent asummer traveling the country with all-star teams...drafted by the New York Mets in the 25th round...had 17 touchdowns and five interceptions as a senior...was all-state and League Most Valuable Player as a junior in 1998...posted 19 touchdowns and averaged 50 yards per return...on defense, had 38 tackles and seven interceptions...also posted 34 pass receptions for 681 yards and 10 touchdowns...lists best individual performance as scoring four touchdowns, collecting 123 yards rushing, 217 yards receiving, 112 yards of punt returns and an interception in a single game...vertical leap is 35 inches, bench press is 305...squat is 415...lettered four times in baseball and three times in football...captained the football team as a senior and the baseball team as a junior and senior.
PERSONAL: Majoring in elementary education...parents are Chris and Barb Fulton...older brother, Josh, plays baseball at Washington...also has a younger brother, Eli...father went to Southern Utah State on a football scholarshipborn June 17, 1982.
CAREER HIGHS: Receptions: 8, vs. Utah State (9/13/03). Receiving Yards: 172, vs. Utah State (9/13/03). TDs Receiving: 2, twice, last at North Carolina (10/18/03).
|Fulton's Career Statistics|
|Fulton's Game-by-Game Statistics|
|at Oregon State||5||62||1||23|
|at North Carolina||7||68||2||25|
|at Washington St.||5||100||0||32|
|at San Diego St.||1||3||0||3|
|at Washington St.||6||45||0||12|
|vs. Kansas St.||2||21||0||12|
|San Diego St.||2||8||0||7|
|San Jose St.||0||0||0||0|
San Diego, Calif.
Grossmont Junior College
Height / Weight:
6-2 / 216
ASU: Versatile player...recruited as a safety, but played cornerback in 2002 due to injuries in the secondary...moved back over to safety this season...had excellent off-season...was recognized as a Hard Hat Player for his work in ASU's winter strength and conditioning program.
2003: Played in all 12 games, starting 10...had 62 tackles on the year, 36 were solo efforts...had 5.5 tackles for loss totaling 17 yards...notched two interceptions for 45 yards... four pass breakups on the year...recorded a safety at Iowa...great day against Arizona, registering eight tackles, two pass breakups and a forced fumble...season-high 10 tackles at Washington State.
2002: Played in 12 games, starting 10 at cornerback...recorded 52 tackles, with 36 being solo efforts...tied for team lead with 4 interceptions, which tied him for sixth-most in the Pac-10...notched 4.5 tackles for loss totaling 18 yards, including two sacks...recovered two fumbles...had game-saving interception in ASU's comeback victory at No. 6 Oregon...had nine tackles and an interception against California.
JUNIOR COLLEGE: First-team All-American defensive back by JC Gridwire...made the All-Foothill Conference first-team defense...was selected the winner of the 24th annual Joe Roth Award at the Griffins' football awards banquet...the award goes to the San Diego County community college football player who best meets the high academic standards and athletic excellence the late Joe Roth exhibited during his All-American career...was also named the Grossmont Male Athlete of the Year in 2002...led the Griffins in interceptions with six...was the Most Valuable Player as a freshman at Grossmont...helped lead Grossmont to two Foothill Conference championships...Grossmont was the 2000 SoCal runner-up...best games at Grossmont included eight tackles, three interceptions and one fumble recovery vs. Mesa in 2001 and 12 tackles, one quarterback sack and a forced fumble vs. Southwestern in 2001...played for coach Dave Jordan at Grossmont.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Patrick Henry High School...lettered three times in football and once in track and field...captained the team in 1999...in 1998, was second-team all-Eastern League on defense and was the Most Valuable Player as a defensive back...also was all-academic that year...earned first-team All-Eastern League and defensive MVP honors in 1999...all-academic in 1999 as well...made All-San Diego County first-team on defense and played in the San Diego County All-Star game.
PERSONAL: Majoring in justice studies...is interested in a career as a football player or chiropractor...parents are Chris Hudson (machinist) and Laura Conyer (vice principal/administrative assistant)...has one brother, Ryan (24), and two sisters, Kelly (25) and Jenna (18)...born May 21, 1982 in San Diego, Calif.... full name is Brett Christopher Hudson.
CAREER HIGHS: Unassisted Tackles: 6 vs. Utah State (9/13/03). Assisted Tackles: 7 at Washington State (11/15/03). Total Tackles: 10, at Washington State (11/15/03). Interceptions: 1, six times, last at UCLA (10/25/03).
|Hudson's Career Statistics|
|Hudson's Game-by-Game Statistics|
|at Oregon State||4||4||8||0/0||0||0|
|at North Carolina||0||1||1||0/0||0||0|
|at Washington St.||7||3||10||1.0/1||0||1|
|at San Diego St.||3||3||6||1.5/7||0||0|
|at Washington St.||1||3||4||1.0/2||1||0|
|vs. Kansas St.||0||2||2||0/0||0||0|
Daly City, Calif.
City College of San Francisco
Height / Weight:
6-1 / 305
ASU: Returning starter who anchored the left guard spot...one of the most consistent performers on the offensive line...was recognized as a Hard Hat Player for his work in ASU's winter strength and conditioning program.
2003: Played in 12 games, starting 10...he started all but the first two games of the season at left guard...regular on an ASU offensive line that finished the season third in the conference in fewest sacks allowed (25) and helped the offense to a rank of 23rd in the country in passing (274.3 ypg).
2002: Started all 14 games at left guard in his first year as a Sun Devil...emerged as a leader for a young offensive line.
JUNIOR COLLEGE: Graduated from City College of San Francisco...ranked as the No. 30 junior college recruit in the nation by SuperPrep Magazine...earned second-team All-American by JC Gridwire...named first-team All-California Junior College on offense for Region II by Fred Baer of the California Community College Football Coaches Association...earned first-team All-Golden Gate Conference honors last year...played offensive guard...was a preseason junior college all-American...City College won the Golden Gate Conference Championship in 2000-01......coached by George Rush at City College of San Francisco.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 1999 graduate of Jefferson High School in Daly City, Calif....lettered three times in football and once each in basketball and track and field...earned All-Peninsula Athletic League honors in 1997-98 and All-San Mateo County in 1998...was All-Bay Area second-team in 1998...captained the football team in 1998...coached by Dan Duke.
PERSONAL: Majoring in interdisciplinary studies (justice studies and sociology)...interested in a career as a corrections counselor...parents are Lokeni (shipping clerk) and Oriana Fa'aita...has three brothers who all played college football...brother, Sam, played defensive end at the University of Houston...brother, James, played offensive tackle at Portland State University...brother, Mark, played defensive tackle at the University of the Pacific...lists intercepting a pass and returning it 60 yards for a touchdown as his most exciting sports experience...enjoys playing Playstation 2, basketball and weight lifting...born April 30, 1981 in Daly City, Calif....full name is Timothy Fa'aita.
Height / Weight:
6-1 / 193
ASU: One of the top safeties in the Pac-10 Conference...possesses great speed and tackling ability...led the Sun Devils in tackles each of his three years in Tempe...was listed as the 12th-best free safety in the country by The Sporting News in the preseason...was recognized as a Hard Hat Player for his work in ASU's winter strength and conditioning program.
2003: Became the first Sun Devil in history to lead the team in tackles for three straight seasons...played in 11 games, starting all of them at free safety...earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors on special teams...led the team in tackles with 104 (69 solo, 35 assisted)...second in the Pac-10 in tackles with 9.5 per game...had three interceptions on the year, tied for the team lead, including two at Oregon State for 70 yards...had 17 tackles and an interception at Iowa...the total of 17 tackles tied a career high and was the highest in any single game by any player in the Pac-10 all season...forced two fumbles and recorded one sack versus USC...returned four kickoffs for 112 yards and three punts for 16 yards...served as a co-captain against Oregon State and Stanford...named the Sun Devils' Most Valuable Player on Defense and also received the Babe Alex Demon Award as the special teams Most Valuable Player.
2002: Started all 14 games at free safety...earned honorable-mention All-Pac-10 recognition...led the team in tackles with 121 (66 solo, 55 assisted)...that tied him for the most tackles of any player in the Pac-10...his 8.6 tackles per game average was the fifth-best in the conference...had three interceptions and nine pass breakups on the season...recovered two fumbles and forced three...had two interceptions in the fourth quarter at Arizona to ensure the Sun Devils' victory...the only Sun Devil to intercept two passes in one game last season...registered a season-high 16 tackles at Nebraska, the most by an ASU player in a single game last season...returned a fumble 20 yards against UCF...returned a kickoff for 21 yards at USC.
2001: Turned in an exceptional performance during his true freshman season...earned first-team Freshman All-American honors by the Sporting News...was also named to the magazine's Freshman All-Pac-10 team...given the Bill Kajikawa Sun Devil Award, which goes to the team's most outstanding freshman...played in all 11 games, starting nine...led Sun Devils in tackles with 89, becoming the first freshman in school history to lead the team in that category...turned in 51 solo efforts...finished ninth in the Pacific-10 Conference in tackles and had the most by a freshman...had two tackles for loss totaling four yards...had a sack against Oregon...broke up one pass on the year...recovered one fumble...had three games achieving double digits in tackles...his 17 tackles against Washington was the most by a Sun Devil in a game last season and the most since 1998.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2001 graduate of Phoenix's South Mountain High School...earned four votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram's "Best In The West" poll...preseason All-American by PrepStar Magazine...listed as the No. 8 Athlete in the West by PrepStar...listed as the No. 17 safety in the nation by Student Sports Magazine... earned first-team Super All-State 2000 defensive honors from Phoenix Metro Magazine...teammate of fellow ASU signee Joey Smith...ran a 4.4 40 and posted a vertical leap of 32 inches at the 2000 Nike Camp...all-state, all-league and all-region at wide receiver and free safety...ran on state champion 400-meter relay team with a time of 41.82...as a senior had 110 tackles and four interceptions...as a junior, had 15 catches for 600 yards and 10 touchdowns...on defense, he had 70 tackles, two fumble recoveries, three caused fumbles and 10 tackles for loss...runs a 4.5 40-yard dash...vertical jumps 32.3...earned three letters and was a team captain for one season in football...also lettered four years in track...won state individual track titles in the 100 (10.67) and 200 meter (21.57) dashes in 2001...earned first-team All-Arizona Republic track team honors as a senior...was also a member of the state champion 4x100 relay team as a junior.
PERSONAL: Majoring in interdisciplinary studies (business and landscape architecture)...parents are Ed Shivers (retired) and Cynthia Douglas (teacher)...has one brother, Myron Douglas...lists Steven Douglas who played cornerback at Northern Arizona and for the Arizona Rattlers as a relative...born November 4, 1982 in Phoenix.
CAREER HIGHS: Unassisted Tackles: 13, twice, last at Iowa (9/20/03). Assisted Tackles: 10, at UCLA (12/1/01). Total Tackles: 17, twice, last at Iowa (9/20/03). Tackles for Loss: 1, four times, last vs. USC (10/04/03).
|Shivers' Career Statistics|
|Shivers' Game-by-Game Statistics|
|at Oregon State||7||6||13||1/1||2||0|
|at North Carolina||5||3||8||0/0||0||0|
|at Washington State||1||6||7||0/0||0||0|
|at San Diego St.||3||8||11||0/0||0||0|
|at Washington St.||2||4||6||0/0||1||0|
|vs. Kansas State||1||8||9||0/0||0||1|
|San Diego State||2||2||4||0/0||0||0|
|San Jose State||0||5||5||0/0||0||0|
San Diego, Calif.
Height / Weight:
6-3 / 304
ASU: Unselfish player who competed out of position last season at left tackle...moves back to right guard for the 2003 season...was recognized as a Hard Hat Player for his work in ASU's winter strength and conditioning program.
2003: Started all 12 games at right guard...earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors...served as a team captain versus NAU, UCLA and Arizona...anchored an ASU offensive line that finished the season third in the conference in fewest sacks allowed (25)...helped the offense to a rank of 23rd in the country in passing (274.3 ypg)...presented the award for Outstanding Offensive Lineman at the Sun Devils' awards banquet in November.
2002: Started all 14 games of the year at left tackle...provided leadership to very young offensive line.
2001: Played in 10 games, starting all 10 at right guard...only underclassmen to start on offensive line...turned in a very good year...member of one of the Pac-10's best offensive lines in 2001.
2000: Saw action in nine games...backed up All-Pac-10 selection Scott Peters at center...also saw action at guard.
HIGH SCHOOL: 1999 graduate of Samuel Morse High School ... made "Best In The West" by The Long Beach Press-Telegram with four votes ... listed on PrepStar Magazine's Super 30 All-Western Region Team ... listed as the No. 5 offensive lineman in the Western Region by PrepStar ... listed as the No. 87 prospect in the Far West by SuperPrep Magazine ... earned Honorable Mention by The Las Vegas Sun's Super 11 ... selected as the Offensive Lineman of the Year in San Diego ... earned first-team all-San Diego County and all-city honors in 1998 ... also named first-team all-C.I.F. in 1998 ... was selected first-team all-Eastern League in 1998 ... collected 87 pancake blocks in 1998, including 13 in one game.
PERSONAL: Major is business...plans to become a sports agent...parents are Michael (business owner) and Dianne (sales management) Crawford of San Diego, Calif....lists most exciting experience in sports as attending ASU...hobbies include videos and sports...born January 28, 1981 in National City, Calif....full name is Regis Michael Crawford.