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4   Anquan Boldin
Anquan Boldin

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Pahokee, FL

High School:
Pahokee

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 205

Position:
Wide Receiver

Birthdate:
10/03/1980


At Florida State: Returns to his starting wide receiver spot after missing all of last season and most of spring drills after tearing his ACL during preseason drills last year…was a contender for starting quarterback honors during the spring of 2001 before returning to receiver after the injury to Robert Morgan…enjoyed his best performance as a Seminole in the 2000 Miami game where he logged 108 yards on six receptions ...very physical receiver who has worked on his upper body strength over the course of the year…one of the leaders on and off the field for the Seminoles…has started nine games over his Seminole career.

2001: Would have started at wide receiver for the Seminoles, but suffered a season-ending knee injury during preseason drills…was also working at quarterback in preseason until other starting wide receiver Robert Morgan was lost for the season, reducing the numbers at receiver.

Sophomore Year (2000): Ranked third on the team with 41 catches and six touchdowns...was also third on the team with 664 receiving yards which was nearly six times the yardage he had in his freshman campaign...played in all 13 games as the Seminoles played in their third straight national title game...had his first career 100-yard game on three catches against Georgia Tech...had six catches for a career-high 108 yards and two touchdowns at Miami ...snared a career-high seven receptions for 69 yards in the win over Florida...totaled at least two receptions in all 13 games...averaged 16.2 yards per catch and 55.3 yards receiving per game...scored touchdowns in four games...season-long reception was a 60-yarder in the Virginia game.

Freshman Year (1999): One of three true freshman to see playing time along with Nick Maddox and Alonzo Jackson... played in 10 games and started against Wake Forest when FSU opened in a four receiver set...made an immediate impact in his first college game, catching two touchdown passes against Louisiana Tech in the season opener...scored FSU’s first touchdown of the season against Tech on a four-yard strike from Chris Weinke and later caught another for a 29-yard touchdown ...finished the season with 12 catches for 115 yards and two touchdowns...also scored one rushing TD when he lined up at quarterback against Wake Forest and ran two yards on a QB draw...finished with four rushes for 33 yards and three kickoff returns for 55 yards.

High School: Regarded as one of the top prospects in the country by nearly every recruiting publication...a USA Today first-team selection and the Florida Player of the Year...a first-team Class 3A all-state player who was named Florida’s Mr. Football...SuperPrep’s No. 1 skilled athlete and No. 1 prospect nationally...Gatorade Circle of Champions High School Football Player of the Year for Florida (overall athletic and academic excellence)...rated the top player in the state by the St. Petersburg Times, Tampa Tribune and Gainesville Sun...named to the PrepStar Dream Team and listed as the No. 2 athlete in the nation...completed 133 of 233 passes for 2,482 yards and 36 touchdowns as a senior at Pahokee...also rushed for 1,497 yards and 20 touchdowns...nabbed four interceptions on defense...set a state of Florida record with 11,433 total yards in his career... selected FSU over Florida and Miami.

Personal: Cousin of former FSU offensive lineman Ronald Boldin...majoring in criminology...born October 3, 1980.

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