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Andrew Hawkins

Height: 5-08 | Weight: 182 | College: Toledo
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Career Notes

Played in 37 career games while starting in 25 for one of the best statistical offenses in the nation … Accumulated 70 receptions for 632 yards.., 1,107 all-purpose yards, 4 touchdowns, 2 forced fumbles, 1 blocked punt, 1 fumble recovery, and 21 tackles … Voted Group position leader by teammates for 2 consecutive seasons … Was the first two-way player for the University of Toledo in about 40 years.

2007 Season

Touted for the 2nd year in a row as the fastest player on the team … 2nd consecutive season voted as a group position leader … A Jack of all trades, playing both offense and defense while shining on every special team … Played and started in all 12 games … Finished third on the team with 32 receptions, 246 receiving yards, and 1 Touchdown … Also 7 carries, 54 yards rushing, and 1 TD … established career high in catches vs. Buffalo with 9 receptions … Selected as a team offensive player of the week three times … Totaled 17 total tackles, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery, and a blocked punt on defense and special teams … Regarded as one of the top two Punt gunners in the MAC Conference … Helped Toledo rank first in the nation in net punt average.

Also had a strong hand in Toledo Punter Brett Kern being named a Ray guy award finalist, as the award places special emphasis on net average, percentage of total punts inside the 20-yard line, average return yardage, and percentage not returned … Accumulated 358 Kick return yards and an average of 23.4 on returnable kicks … included a 25 yard average against Kansas … and a season high 30.3 yard average against Bowling Green … Had first career blocked punt against Ball State … chosen as a team special team player of the week on five occasions … Selected as the MAC Conference Special Team Player of The Week for a 5 special teams tackle performance against Eastern Michigan.

2006 Season

Only played in 5 games do to injury, and started in 3 … was expected to get a medical red shirt, so was held out of play for the rest of the season, but did not receive it … Chosen 3 times as an offensive player of the week … Tallied 8 receptions, 104 yards, and 1 Touchdown.

2005 Season

Played in 11 games and started in 10 … Third on the team with 28 receptions, 283 receiving yards, and 3 touchdowns … Had a career best game with 5 receptions for 100 yards and a TD against Buffalo … Had season highs in catches against both Buffalo and Fresno State … Missed the GMAC bowl due to injury.

2004 Season

Played in 9 games as a true freshman making 2 receptions on an offense that would eventually have 5 of their wide receivers sign to play professionally (Lance Moore- Cleveland Browns, Kenny Higgins-San Diego Chargers, Gabe Hatchet-Miami Dolphins, Steve Odom- Spokane Shock)

High School

Attended Bishop McCort High School (Johnstown, Pa). Named All-Conference as a RB, WR, CB, and KR … Ranked the 98th best DB in the nation by Couch Scout … Broke the single season school record with 9 interceptions … Voted to the Associated Press Pennsylvania all-state team as a defensive back both junior and senior year … Voted Pa Football News all-state as a defensive back both junior and senior year … All Conference offensive MVP as a RB … Over 2,000 yards of offense, 15 touchdowns, 103 tackles, and 14 interceptions in career. ..Played in the Pennsylvania East-West game and was a Big 33 alternate.


Born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania … Double Major in Marketing and Professional Sales … Full name is Andrew Austin Wyatt Hawkins … Son of Aletha Haselrig-Jones and Artrell Hawkins Sr … has 2 sisters and 3 brothers … Extensive football family ties as his father played for PITT in the late 70's and then for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

His oldest brother, ARTRELL HAWKINS JR., was a Defensive back at the University of Cincinnati and is now a 10 year NFL veteran playing DB most recently with the New England Patriots … Another brother, Avery Hawkins, is a defensive backs coach at Division 2 California(Pa) after playing 5 years for the Vulcans.

Younger brother, Wayne Jones, is a true freshman defensive tackle at the University of Pitt … One Cousin, GEROY SIMON, played college ball at the University of Maryland and is currently the leading WR in the CFL … Another cousin, CARLTON HASELRIG, was a Pro-Bowl Guard for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 90's.


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