Hakim Hill Named Pac-10 Special Teams Player Of The Week
Sept. 9, 2002
WALNUT CREEK, Calif.--Wide receiver Reggie Williams of Washington, linebacker Brandon Chillar of UCLA and kick returner Hakim Hill of Arizona State have been named Pac-10 Players of the Week in football.
Hill, a freshman from Iowa City, Iowa, keyed Arizona State's special teams in the Sun Devils' 46-13 win against Central Florida. Hill returned five kickoffs for 157 yards (31.4-yard average) and four punts for 38 yards (9.5) for combined kick return yardage of 195 yards.
Williams, a sophomore from Lakewood, Wash., had a big day in Washington's 34-10 win against San Jose State. Williams had six receptions for 160 yards (26.7-yard average) and two touchdowns of 21 and 89 yards. The 89-yard touchdown reception is the longest in Washington history. The Husky offense piled up 347 yards passing and 499 yards total offense.
Chillar, a junior from Carlsbad, Calif., led the UCLA defense in the Bruins' 30-19 win against No. 19-ranked Colorado State. Chillar had a team-high 10 tackles and picked off a pass. He also forced a fumble on a Colorado State two-point conversion attempt that would have tied the game. UCLA returned the attempt the other way for a score. The UCLA defense limited the Rams to 98 yards passing and 277 yards total offense.