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David Anderson
4  David Anderson

Thousand Oaks, Calif.

High School:
Thousand Oaks

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 195




2004 (Junior): Named a semifinalist for the Fred Biletnikoff Award, presented annually to college football's best receiver...named to all-MWC second team...led the team with four receptions for a total of 45 yards against Air Force...threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Dustin Osborn against UNLV...grabbed two receptions for 41 yards including one for a season-high 42 yards against UNLV...made seven catches for 124 yards against New Mexico...had his consecutive games with a reception halted at 19 against Wyoming...made three catches for 32 yards against SDSU...surpassed 2,000 career receiving yards with a career-high 233 yards against BYU moving him into fourth place on the CSU all-time charts...had four catches for 66 yards and a score against MSU...made five catches for 74 yards against Minnesota...caught nine passes for a game-high 137 yards against top-ranked USC surpassing three players on the career receiving list and moving into the eighth spot...preseason all-MWC selection...named as a top 20 receiver in the nation by Lindy's in the preseason...Street & Smith's and Athlon Sports preseason all-MWC pick...recorded the seventh 100-yard receiving game of his career at Colorado with a nine-catch, 156 yard performance...moved into third place on the school's all-time 100-yard receiving games list.

2003 (Sophomore): Named to preseason Biletnikoff Award watch list...earned first team all-conference honors after leading the MWC with 1,293 receiving yards (99.5 per game)...hauled in a career-high 10 passes for 134 yards and a 40-yard touchdown against Boston College in the San Francisco Bowl game...set a CSU record with six 100-yard games on the year while also posting the school's most receiving yards (1,293) and receptions (72) in a single season...caught five or more passes in eight contests...made eight touchdown receptions, fifth most in a season in CSU history...became the first player since 1992 to surpass 1,000 receiving yards in a season...boasted a 199-yard receiving game against Air Force, a mark that ranks fourth in school history in single game receiving yards.

2002 (Freshman): Named to MWC all-academic team with a 3.14 grade point average...played in all 14 games...made eight receptions for 180 yards and one touchdown...blocked punt that rolled out of the end zone for a safety to give CSU a 2-0 lead against New Mexico...caught first touchdown pass of career (70 yards) at Fresno State and had two receptions for 97 yards...caught first career pass vs. Louisville, 14 yards.

Thousand Oaks: Named all-west region by SuperPrep Magazine...all-conference three years, all-state two years while at Thousand Oaks...racked up 1,130 yards on 83 receptions and scored nine TDs in his senior season...won the league MVP and the team MVP two years...holds all major receiving records at Thousand Oaks, including yards in a season and career, passes caught in a season and career...had a 3.83 GPA and was an honor student...considered one of the finest wide receiver prospects to sign with the Rams' program...named to all-conference, all-county and all-state teams as a senior...selected to play in the California-Florida all-star game...also recruited by several PAC-10 and MWC institutions.

Personal: Born July 28, 1983...full name: David Kent Anderson...majoring in speech communication.


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