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.
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
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