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Carl Ford

Height: 6-0

Weight: 174

Position: WR

College: Toledo

Drafted: Pick 42 of the 7th round by Green Bay
Positives: Has a lean, defined frame with sudden explosion off the snap...Has above average vertical quickness for his position...Long strider who comes off the line with no false steps, using his hands well to defeat the press...Extends his hands and times his leaps to get to the ball at its high point...Shows good hip swerve and wiggle after the catch to gain separation...Has above average agility, foot quickness and balance through his route progression.
Negatives: Does not carry his equipment well (timed speed is 4.43, playing speed is 4.7)...Does not get in and out of his routes well when facing hard man coverage, appearing very timid when trying to escape the jam...Shows little separation in the short area, generally going down from the initial hit...Needs to do a better job of securing the ball before heading up field, as he is prone to lose the pigskin after receiving a hard hit...Tries to block, but is not that physical and is more of a "get in the way" type in this area.
Career Notes
Valuable big-play performer for the Rockets who started games in each of his four seasons at Toledo...Caught 149 passes for 1966 yards (13.2 avg) and 17 touchdowns in 45 games...His 149 catches rank fourth in school history behind teammate Donta' Greene (186, 1999-2002), Mel Long (175, 1997-2000) and Don Fair (154, 1969-71)...Only Long (2188) and Greene (1979) gained more yards receiving in a career for the Rockets...Only Long (21) had more scoring grabs in a career at Toledo...Added 455 yards on 24 kickoff returns (19.0 avg).
2002 Season

All-Mid American Conference second-team selection...Started every game, leading the team with a career-high 79 receptions for 1062 yards (13.4 avg) and nine touchdowns, breaking the previous school season-records of 77 catches by John Ross (1974) and 893 yards by Don Fair (1970)...His nine scoring grabs tied the school record first set by Don Seymour in 1973...Added 37 yards on a reverse.

Cal Poly, SLO...Opened the season with 6 catches for 107 yards and a 22-yard score.
Eastern Michigan...Made 4 catches for 68 yards.
Minnesota...Caught 6 passes for 34 yards.
Pittsburgh...Snared 8 passes for 103 yards and a 44-yard touchdown.
Ball State...Added a 59-yard scoring grab.
Central Florida...Hauled in 8 passes for 82 yards and scores of 16 & 27 yards.
Miami (Oh.)...Followed with 61 yards on 5 catches.
Central Michigan...Gained 37 yards on a reverse and 80 yards on 7 receptions.
Western Michigan...Made 7 catches for 69 yards and an 11-yard touchdown.
Northern Illinois...Had 4 receptions for 124 yards and an 84-yard score (fifth-longest catch in school history).
Bowling Green...Picked up 88 yards on 5 catches, including a 20-yard score.
Marshall...Had 5 grabs for 50 yards and returned 2 kickoffs for 38 yards.
Boston College (Motor City Bowl)...Closed out his career with 10 receptions for 112 yards and a 9-yard touchdown.
2001 Season

Started every game, finishing second on the team with 46 receptions for 646 yards (14.0 avg) and six touchdowns.

Temple...Snared 4 passes for 112 yards with touchdowns of 20 & 80 yards.
Central Michigan...Caught 4 passes for 50 yards and a 28-yard score.
Ohio University...Had 8 receptions for 117 yards and a 43-yard touchdown.
Navy...Made 6 catches for 57 yards.
Bowling Green...Hauled in 4 passes for 103 yards and a 57-yard touchdown.
Western Michigan...Added 61 yards on 5 grabs.
Ball State...Caught another 5 passes for 32 yards.
Narshall (MAC Championship)...Gained 43 yards with a 26-yard score on 3 catches.
Cincinnati (Motor City Bowl)...Totaled 73 yards on 5 receptions.
2000 Season

Played in ten games, starting vs. Penn State, Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan...Caught nine passes for 86 yards (9.6 avg) and returned six kickoffs for 97 yards (16.2 avg).

Central Michigan...Gained 22 yards on a pair of grabs.
Eastern Michigan...Had 3 kickoff returns for 56 yards and an 8-yard reception.
Northern Illinois...Added a 17-yard catch and a 19-yard kickoff return.
Navy...Caught 2 passes for 24 yards and returned a kickoff 7 yards.
Bowling Green...Did not play (coach's decision).
1999 Season

Played in ten games, starting six contests...Made 15 catches for 172 yards (11.5 avg) and a pair of touchdowns...Returned 13 kickoffs for 260 yards (20.0 avg).

Massachusetts...Scored his first career touchdown on an 11-yard grab, adding 67 yards on 2 kickoff returns.
Kent State...Snared 5 passes for 65 yards and a 32-yard score and returned 2 kickoffs for 32 yards.
Eastern Michigan...Made 3 catches for 35 yards.
Injury Report
No injuries reported.
Campus Agility Tests
4.43 in the 40-yard dash...250-pound bench press...700-pound leg press...37-inch vertical jump... 31-inch arm length...8 3/8-inchhands...Right-handed...16/24 Wonderlic score.
High School
Attended Monroe (Mich.) High...Named to the Detroit Free Press "Fab 50" list (No. 15) and the Detroit News "Blue Chip" list (No. 32) as a wide receiver and kick return specialist...Scored 16 touchdowns, three on kick returns...Both the Monroe Evening News and the Monroe Guardian named him the region's "Player of the Year"...Caught 35 balls for 644 yards...Ran for 505 yards on 67 carries...Named all-region as a junior, with 16 receptions for 238 yards...Played football for coach Ralph Carducci...Also played basketball and ran track.
Communications major...Son of Carl Ford II and Annie Ford...Born Carl Ford III on 10/08/80... Resides in Monroe, Michigan.


1999 10 6 15 172 11.5 2 32 1.50 17.20

2000 10 3 9 86 9.6 0 17 0.90 8.60

2001 11 11 46 646 14.0 6 80 4.18 58.73

2002 14 14 79 1,062 13.4 9 84 5.64 75.86

TOTAL 45 34 149 1,966 13.2 17 84 3.31 43.69

R/PG indicates receptions per game ? GM/AVG indicates average yards gained per game



1999 13 260 20.0 0 38

2000 6 97 16.2 0 27

2002 5 98 19.6 0 26 1 37 37.0 0 37

TOTAL 24 455 19.0 0 38 1 37 37.0 0 37

Travis Anglin

Height: 6-4

Weight: 192

Position: WR

College: Memphis

Drafted: Pick 46 of the 7th round by Detroit
Positives: Has above average athletic ability for this position...Shows quickness in his release and superb acceleration to get into deep routes...Stays in control running basic routes and has the savvy and sharp cutting ability to gain separation after the catch...Can run by defensive backs with his foot speed and as a former quarterback, provides an additional weapon with the option pass...Shows flexibility and body control with good timing on his leaps to get to the high tosses...Strong runner after the catch with the leg drive to break tackles...Effective blocker who knows how to cut in the open.
Negatives: Needs to use his hands to avoid and work through press coverage better...Shows quickness, but at times, needs to gather himself before accelerating...Needs to do a better job of working back for the ball...Tries to run without the ball is secured and is not comfortable going for the pigskin in contested situations (shies away from contact)...Likes to body catch and must develop better hand extension going for the ball...Still learning the intricacies of playing as a wide receiver and will need patience as he develops technique.
Career Notes
Three-year performer at quarterback who moved to the receiving unit as a senior...In 36 games, he completed 137 of 250 passes (54.8%) for 1459 yards, ten touchdowns and twelve interceptions, adding 500 yards and seven scores on 162 carries (3.1 avg) and 836 yards with six touchdowns on 59 receptions (14.2 avg).
2002 Season

Started every game at split end, leading the team with 55 receptions for 740 yards (13.5 avg) and five touchdowns...Only Russell Copeland (61 in 1992) and Isaac Bruce (74 in 1993) had more catches in a season for the Tigers...His 740 yards rank fifth on the school's season-record list...Added 52 yards on ten carries (5.2 avg).

Murray State...Began the season with 6 catches for 72 yards and scores of 8 & 24 yards.
Mississippi...Made 5 catches for 76 yards.
Southern Mississippi...Gained 46 yards on 4 grabs.
Alabama-Birmingham...Snared 4 passes for 42 yards and a 20-yard touchdown.
Mississippi State...Had 7 receptions for 90 yards, including a 12-yard score.
Houston...Hauled in 8 passes for 150 yards.
South Florida...Followed with 81 yards on 7 catches with a 7-yard touchdown.
Texas Christian...Closed out his career with 3 catches for 68 yards.
2001 Season

Appeared in ten games, completing 43 of 65 passes (66.2%) for 403 yards, four touch- downs and no interceptions...Third on the team with 66 carries for 227 yards (3.4 avg) and a pair of scores...Moved to receiver late in the year, catching four passes for 98 yards (24.5 avg) and a touchdown.

Mississippi State...Hit on 6 of 7 tosses for 56 yards and an 18-yard score to Bunkie Perkins.
Tennessee-Chattanooga...Connected on 15 of 22 passes for 145 yards and a 26-yard score to Dante Brown and gained 78 yards on 17 carries, including 2 & 15-yard touchdowns.
South Florida...Threw a 3-yard scoring pass to Sugar Sanders and rushed 10 times for 49 yards.
Louisville...Rushed 16 times for 63 yards and hit on 11 of 17 throws for 77 yards before leaving the game with a right shoulder sprain that would limit his passing for the rest of the year.
Southern Mississippi...Completed one pass before leaving the game after re-injuring his shoulder.
Tennessee...Had a 10-yard touchdown reception.
Postseason...Underwent arthroscopic right shoulder surgery after the season.
2000 Season

Started four games at quarterback before a high ankle sprain would sideline him for the rest of the season...Completed 26 of 60 passes (43.3%) for 200 yards and a touchdown...Gained 98 yards with two scores on 29 carries (3.4 avg).

Mississippi State...Hit on 8 of 27 throws for 66 yards.
Louisiana-Monroe...Completed 11 of 22 tosses for 80 yards and rushed 12 times for 34 yards with 1 & 13-yard scores.
Arkansas State...Threw a 12-yard scoring strike to Billy Kendall before leaving the game with a high ankle sprain.
Alabama-Birmingham...On the field for one play, but re-injred his ankle, missing the rest of the season.
1999 Season

Conference USA Freshman of the Year...Played in ten games, starting the final four contests...Completed 68 of 125 passes (54.4%) for 856 yards and five touchdowns...Ran for 123 yards and three scores on 57 attempts (2.2 avg).

Tulane...In his first career start, he hit on 16 of 23 tosses for 221 yards and a pair of touchdowns.
Southern Mississippi...Added 163 yards on 14 of 29 tries.
Cincinnati...Collected 113 yards on 9 of 17 chances with a 49-yard touchdown to Billy Kendall.
Missouri...Suffered a separated right shoulder.
1998 Season

Redshirted as a freshman.

Injury Report
Suffered a separated right shoulder in the 1999 Missouri game...Underwent arthroscopic left knee surgery after the 1999 Army game (11/15)...Missed seven games during the 2000 season with a right shoulder sprain suffered in the Arkansas State clash, undergoing arthroscopic surgery at the conclusion of the season.
Campus Agility Tests
4.53 in the 40-yard dash...335-pound bench press...500-pound squat...365-pound power clean...33-inch vertical jump...10'2" broad jump...30 1/2-inch arm length...8 1/2-inch hands...Right-handed...17/24 Wonderlic score.
High School
Attended John Shaw (Columbus, Ga.) High...An outstanding athlete who excelled in both football and baseball...All-Bi-City selection in football and baseball...Pigskin Preps' Magazine compared Anglin to Auburn's Dameyune Craig...Passed for 920 yards and 10 touchdowns and rushed for 980 yards and scored 13 touchdowns in 1997...Listed in Jeff Whitaker's Deep South Football Recruiting Guide as all-around athlete...Led team to playoffs as a junior completing 47-of-103 pass attempts for 676 yards...Career totals read over 2,500 yards rushing and 2,200 yards passing...Rated among the Top Twenty baseball players in state of Georgia...Centerfielder in baseball and batted .357 during the 1997 season...Teammate of Tiger defensive end Andre Arnold...Honor roll student...Played for coach Charlie Flowers.
Sociology major...Son of Roosevelt and Linda Anglin...Born 5/17/80...Resides in Columbus, Georgia.

1999 10 04 57 123 2.2 3 20

2000 04 04 29 98 3.4 2 28

2001 10 05 66 227 3.4 2 56

2002 12 12 10 52 5.2 0 13

TOTAL 36 25 162 500 3.1 7 56


2001 4 98 24.5 1 45

2002 55 740 13.5 5 51

TOTAL 59 838 14.2 6 51


1999 125 68 54.4 856 5 10 49

2000 60 26 43.3 200 1 2 19

2001 65 43 66.2 403 4 0 43

TOTAL 250 137 54.8 1459 10 12 49

Ryan Hoag

Height: 6-2

Weight: 200

Position: WR

College: Gustavus Adolphus

Drafted: Pick 48 of the 7th round by Oakland
Positives: Natural athlete with very quick feet, agility, balance and body control...Very smart talent who actually watches more film than his position coach...Tireless worker who takes pride in the way he prepares for a game...Plays at the proper low pad level and never takes false steps in his release...Flashes explosive acceleration off the line and gets into his deep routes with suddenness...Shows a good burst in and out of his cuts...Can fool the defensive back with his head fakes and juking moves...Can stab and stem to set up the defender...Separates with ease and maintains good ball concentration...Makes quick head movements to adjust and track the ball in flight...Can easily get up and combat for the high passes...Has sure hands, with the ability to pluck the ball away from his body's framework...His body control and change of direction agility allows him to escape defenders after the catch...Shows a good feel running his routes, knowing where to settle and slide in to make the catch in the soft spot of the zone.
Negatives: Has rarely been tested vs. top-level competition...While he is sudden in his moves, his frail frame could pose problems facing the more physical defenders when trying to escape the jam...Does have good hands, but will body catch the short tosses and will miss the easy catch (needs to track the ball better rather than eyeing the defender)... Has a good burst in and out of his cuts, but needs route refinement...Lacks the strength needed to break tackles...Inconsistent blocker who only makes passive attempts in this area due to a lack of power and his slight frame...Must use his hands better to defeat the press, as he relies more on his quickness rather than getting a push off the snap.
Career Notes
The two-sport star has excelled in football and track for the Gusties...A natural athlete, he began his collegiate career as a walk-on at Wake Forest, competing in soccer...He then transferred to Gustavus Adolphus, competing on the junior varsity team before joining the varsity squad late in the 2000 season...Caught 144 passes for 2232 yards (15.5 avg) and 29 touchdowns in 31 games, topping the old school career-records of 1996 yards and 25 scores by Chris Swansson (1995-98)...Only Swansson (159) had more receptions in school history.
2002 Season

All-Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first-team selection...Named the school's Male Athlete of the Year...Led the team with a career-high 56 receptions for 808 yards (14.4 avg) and ten touchdowns...Only Larry Boldin (58 in 1985) had more catches in a season for the Gusties...Gained 397 yards on 13 kickoff returns (30.5 avg) and 31 yards on four punt returns (7.8 avg)...Blocked three kicks and ran for 61 yards on six reverses (10.2 avg)...Also attempted a pass.

Alma...Made up for a lost fumble with 7 catches for 100 yards and a 33-yard score.
Concordia...Followed with a 3-yard touchdown catch.
Carleton...Scored on 2 & 21-yard receptions.
Augsburg...Gained 119 yards on 5 catches with scores of 23, 5 & 32 yards.
St John's (Minn.)...Had 4 receptions for 53 yards, a 31-yard punt return, a 38-yard kickoff return and a 21-yard rushing attempt.
University of St. Thomas...Snared 3 passes for 37 yards and a 19-yard score.
Bethel...Blocked 2 punts and returned 3 kickoffs for 71 yards.
Hamline...Caught 7 passes for a career-high 185 yards and a 36-yard touchdown...Also fumbled the ball (team recovered) and returned a kickoff 21 yards...Only Rich Ryan (228 yards vs. Washington (Mo.) in 1976) gained more yards receiving in a game for the Gusties.
St. Olaf...Became the first player in school history with back-to-back 175+ yard receiving games as he hauled in 13 passes for 177 yards (third-best in school annals) and a 2-yard score...It also marked the fourth time in 2002 that he gained over 100 yards receiving in a game, a school season-record...Lost a fumble, but also blocked a punt and gained 123 yards on 3 kickoff returns.
Azusa Pacific...Closed out his career with 5 catches for 51 yards and 3 kickoff returns for 91 yards.
2001 Season

All-MIAC first-team choice...Started every game, catching 54 passes for 876 yards (16.2 avg) and a school season-record 14 touchdowns, topping the previous mark of 12 scoring grabs by Chris Swansson in 1998...His 54 receptions rank third on the Gusties' season-record list while only Larry Boldin (889 yards in 1985) gained more yards receiving in a season at Gustavus Adolphus...Added 13 yards on four carries (3.2 avg).

Trinity...Snared 5 passes for 97 yards and a pair of scores.
Hamline...Had 6 receptions for 146 yards and a 63-yard touchdown.
Bethel...Gained 82 yards with a score on 6 grabs.
Carleton...Made 4 catches for 116 yards and 2 touchdowns, including a 46-yarder.
St. John's...Followed with 7 catches for 102 yards and a 46-yard score.
St. Olaf...Scored three times as he snatched 6 passes for 110 yards and gained 5 yards on a reverse.
2000 Season

Played in every game, finishing second on the team with 34 catches for 548 yards (16.1 avg) and five touchdowns...Rushed twice for 18 yards and a score...Had a 12-yard kickoff return.

Concordia-Moorhead...Grabbed 5 passes for 80 yards and a pair of scores.
Carleton...Added 82 yards on 3 catches.
St Olaf...Set a school record with a 97-yard touchdown reception.
Macalester...Caught 3 passes for 55 yards and a pair of scores and recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown.
2000 Season

Played on the junior varsity most of the year...Appeared in one game with the varsity late in the season, but did not catch any passes.

1999 Season

Played on the junior varsity.

1998 Season

Joined the Wake Forest team as a walk-on, but overslept through a morning practice and was cut from the squad.

Lettered twice in track, earning school Male Athlete of the Year and All-American honors... Finished second in the conference finals in the 100 meters (10.95), fourth in the 200 meters (22.57) and second in the 4x400-meter relays (3:18.79) in 2002...Also finished third in the 55 meters (6.7) and fourth in the 400 (50.52) during the 2002 MIAC indoor track season... Finished third in the 100 (10.51) at the 2002 NCAA Tournament and the 4x100 relay team clocked 41.50 at the 2002 Drake Relays...During the 2001 outdoor season, he clocked 11.19 in the 100, 22.68 in the 200 and 49.57 in the 400-meter dashes...At the 2001 MIAC Outdoor Finals, he placed fourth in the 400 (49.57), third in the 4x100 relays (42.05) and fifth in the 4x400 relays (3:19.69)...During the MIAC Indoor Finals, he finished seventh in the 400 (51.83), third in the 4x100 (1:32.38) and sixth in the 4x400 relays (3:28.11).
Injury Report
No injuries reported.
Campus Agility Tests
4.42 in the 40-yard dash...225-pound bench press...400-pound squat...40-inch vertical jump...32-inch arm length...9 5/8-inch hands...Right-handed...29/50 Wonderlic score.

31 7/8 9 5/8 28 4.51 2.65 1.62 38 10'5" 3.95 6.72

High School
Lettered in football, track, soccer and tennis at Washburn (Minneapolis, Minn.) High...Two-time All-Conference pick and team captain in tennis...Added Allk-Conference honors in soccer.
Elementary Education major...Son of Cindy and Jerry Hoag...Born 11/23/79...Resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1999 01 00 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.00 0.00

2000 10 10 34 548 16.1 5 97 3.40 54.80

2001 10 10 54 876 16.2 14 63 5.40 87.60

2002 10 10 56 808 14.4 10 44 5.60 80.80

TOTAL 31 30 144 2232 15.5 29 97 4.65 72.00



2000 1 12 12.0 0 12

2002 13 397 30.5 0 69 4 31 7.8 0 31

TOTAL 13 397 30.5 0 69 5 43 8.6 0 31

2000 2 18 9.0 1 9

2001 4 13 3.2 0 5

2002 6 61 10.2 0 21

TOTAL 12 92 7.7 1 21

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