Derek Hagan Of Arizona State Is Named Preseason All-American

May 31, 2004

Arizona State University junior wide receiver Derek Hagan has been named a 2004 preseason Third-Team All-American by Athlon Sports, a college football annual.

In 2003, Hagan led the team in receiving in 2003 with 66 catches for 1,076 yards and nine touchdowns. In addition to leading the team, his 1,076-yard performance also ranked fifth on the ASU single-season charts and made him just the seventh Sun Devil in school history to tally 1,000 receiving yards in a season. Hagan finished fifth in the Pac-10 and 19th in the country in 2003 with 89.7 receiving yards per game. With 66 catches, he also ranked second in the ASU record books for receptions in a single season. Hagan turned in six 100-yard receiving games in 2003 to lead the squad, including a career outing to lead the Sun Devils past North Carolina on Oct. 18. In that game, he hauled in 11 passes for 185 yards (both career bests) and a touchdown. In addition to being a career high, his 11 catches tied with three other Sun Devils for the fourth-best single-game mark in school history.

The Sun Devils begin the 2004 season on Thursday, September 2 at 7 p.m. versus UTEP at Sun Devil Stadium.

Athlon Sports regional and national college football editions are available at most major newsstands and at www.athlonsports.com. For the Athlon Preseason Top 25, visit www.athlonsports.com

FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICA

OFFENSEQB - Jason White, OklahomaRB - Darren Sproles, Kansas StateRB - Justin Vincent, LSUWR - Mark Clayton, OklahomaWR - Braylon Edwards, MichiganTE - Heath Miller, VirginiaOL - David Baas, MichiganOL - Alex Barron, Florida StateOL - Jammal Brown, OklahomaOL - Ben Wilkerson, LSUOL - Eric Winston, Miami

DEFENSEDL - Dan Cody, OklahomaDL - Shaun Cody, USCDL - Mathias Kiwanuka, Boston CollegeDL - David Pollack, GeorgiaLB - Michael Boley, Southern MissLB - Derrick Johnson, TexasLB - Kirk Morrison, San Diego StateDB - Jamaal Brimmer, UNLVDB - Josh Bullocks, NebraskaDB - Antrel Rolle, MiamiDB Corey Webster, LSU

SPECIALISTSK - Jonathan Nichols, Ole MissKR - Reggie Bush, USCP - Dustin Colquitt, TennesseePR - Skyler Green, LSU

SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICA

OFFENSEQB - Matt Leinart, USCRB - Cedric Benson, TexasRB - DeAngelo Williams, MemphisWR - Chris Henry, West VirginiaWR - Geoff McArthur, CaliforniaTE - Matt Herian, NebraskaOL - C.J. Brooks, MarylandOL - Vince Carter, OklahomaOL - Greg Eslinger, MinnesotaOL - Nick Kaczur, ToledoOL - Claude Terrell, New Mexico

DEFENSEDL - Dusty Dvoracek, OklahomaDL - Eric Henderson, Georgia TechDL - Matt Roth, IowaDL - Marcus Spears, LSULB - Will Derting, Washington StateLB - Leroy Hill, ClemsonLB - Odell Thurman, GeorgiaDB - Brandon Browner, Oregon StateDB - Thomas Davis, GeorgiaDB - Jim Leonhard, WisconsinDB - Darrent Williams, Oklahoma State

SPECIALISTSK - Trey DiCarlo, OklahomaKR - DeAndra Cobb, Michigan StateP - Tom Malone, USCPR - Antonio Perkins, Oklahoma

THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICA

OFFENSEQB - Charlie Whitehurst, ClemsonRB - Walter Reyes, SyracuseRB - Carnell Williams, AuburnWR - Derek Hagan, Arizona StateWR - Ryan Moore, MiamiTE - Andrew Clarke, ToledoOL - Wesley Britt, AlabamaOL - Justin Geisinger, VanderbiltOL - Rob Petitti, PittsburghOL - Adam Snyder, OregonOL - Steve Subia, New Mexico State

DEFENSEDL - Jovan Haye, VanderbiltDL - Anttaj Hawthorne, WisconsinDL - Mike Patterson, USCDL - Justin Tuck, Notre DameLB - Channing Crowder, FloridaLB - Matt Grootegoed, USCLB - Rian Wallace, TempleDB - Darnell Bing, USCDB - James Butler, Georgia TechDB - Travis Daniels, LSUDB - Donnie McCleskey, California

SPECIALSTSK - Connor Hughes, VirginiaKR - Devin Hester, MiamiP - Brandon Fields, Michigan StatePR - Steve Breaston, Michigan

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