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81   De'Cody Fagg
De'Cody Fagg

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Quincy, FL

High School:
Shanks High School

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 211

Position:
WR


At Florida State: After making 16 starts over his first two seasons at FSU, senior De'Cody Fagg enters the fall as FSU starting X receiver...named the most physical receiver in the ACC by The Sporting News...needs just 23 catches to reach 100 receptions in his FSU career...with 30 more catches in 2007, Fagg will become just the fifth receiver in school history with 30 or more receptions in three straight seasons...has more career receptions than anyone on the Seminoles' 2007 roster...needs just 107 yards to surpass 1,000 in his career... leads all returning receivers in receptions in 2006...second among returners in yards and yards per game...tied for third for the most receptions by an active ACC receiver...eighth among current ACC wide outs for career receiving yards...received the big hitter award for the offense this spring...coaches also named him the most dependable wide receiver.

Junior Year (2006): Made 10 starts and played in 11 of 13 games...missed the Maryland and Virginia games due to an injury... second on the squad with 37 receptions and third on the team with 439 yards...set a new personal career best with 37 catches...caught a pass in all 11 games he played...joins Chris Davis as the only two Seminoles to catch a pass in every game in which they participated... recorded 60 receiving yards or more in four of his 11 games...was either the team leader or tied for the team lead in receptions in games versus Miami, Troy, Clemson, Duke, Western Michigan and UCLA...led FSU in receiving yards versus Miami, Troy, Clemson and Western Michigan...tied a career high for catches in a game with seven versus Troy and Duke...had a season-high 93 yards receiving versus Troy...led FSU with six catches in the Seminoles' Emerald Bowl victory over UCLA...also caught his longest pass of the season (29) versus the Bruins...had 10 catches for 153 yards in the first two games including a win over No. 12 Miami...was on pace to catch more than 50 passes before an injury in the first half of the Boston College game sidelined him.

Sophomore Year (2005): Spent most of the season backing up current Pittsburgh Steeler Willie Reid... saw action in three and fourwide receiver sets...started versus The Citadel, Boston College, Syracuse, Virginia and Virginia Tech...led the team in receiving versus Florida and Boston College...only TD of the season came versus Florida...registered career highs in catches and yards (7-113) versus The Citadel, also recorded his career long catch of 53 yards in that game.

Freshman Year (2004): Played in six games as a true freshman... one of nine true freshmen to see playing time in 2004...caught six passes for 53 yards...enrolled at FSU in the spring of 2004 after spending one semester at Hargrave Military Academy...qualified for enrollment at FSU after only one semester...broke his right leg early in his only season at Hargrave and was limited in competition...suffered a left knee injury in his first spring practices at FSU that required arthroscopic surgery.

High School: Graduated from Shanks High School in 2003...a four-star player by Rivals.com and the No. 15 rated wide receiver in the nation...voted one of Florida's Super 75 by the Florida Times Union ...ranked in Rivals Southeast Top 100...one of Florida's Top 100 by the Orlando Sentinel...also ranked No. 27 in Rivals.com Florida Top 100...as a senior, he recorded 41 catches for 808 yards and 11 touchdowns...an all-state first-team selection and the Class 2A player of the year in the state of Florida...scored four TDs in Shanks' first round playoff loss to Walton 49-48 (OT)...was selected to play in the 2003 CaliFlorida Bowl...earned all-conference and all-county honors as a junior...tallied 29 catches for 585 yards.

Personal: Born Oct. 21, 1984...a social science major...has been timed at 4.40 in the 40.

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