Yeah that's the answer, a white dude who looks like the Lance Berkman of football, a throwback. All this guy does is make plays. If anyone saw the game vs az st on saturday night, they know. one of his plays was randy moss'esque. Credentials: Mike Hass # 28 Wide Receiver - WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 208 Senior Last School Jesuit Portland, OR Mike Hass in the GT (Aug. 7, 2005) Mike Hass in the GT (Aug. 7, 2005) Mike Hass feature in the Register-Guard Mike Hass feature in the Register-Gu 2005: Mike has emerged as one of the premier receivers in the nation...a postseason honors candidate at the national level...deceptive speed and excellent hands...runs precise routes...a smart player who enters the season a legitimate threat to break the OSU record for career receiving yards (James Newson/3,572) and career touchdowns (James Newson/20)...already holds the single-season receiving yards mark (1,379/2004) and single-season receptions record (86/2004)...enters the year sixth for career pass receptions (130) at OSU...currently 32nd in the Pac-10 for career receiving yards and at his current pace would end his career with 3,588 which would be third in Pac-10 history trailing only former Washington Husky Reggie Williams (3,598) and former Stanford Cardinal Troy Walters (4,047)...at his current pace he would end his career with 195 receptions, 11th in conference history...has started 24 games for his career, including the last 23...originally a walk-on who was awarded a full scholarship in 2003...caught two touchdown passes in the spring scrimmage finale, 65 yards from Sean Canfield and 53 yards from Matt Moore...2005 co-team captain with Chaz Scott and Trent Bray. 2004: Mike was an Associated Press Third Team All-American and first team All-Pac-10 as a junior...finished third in the nation and first in the Pac-10 for receiving yards per game at 114.9 -- averaged 122 over the last four games...had 100-plus receiving yards in six of the 12 games...set an OSU record with 14 receptions at Arizona State after matching the record with 12 at Boise State two games earlier...set a conference record with 293 yards at Boise State, leading to the Pac-10 Conference Offensive Player of the Week honor...had three touchdowns at Bronco Stadium, including 45 and 49-yard scores...scored twice against Oregon...named OSUs Offensive MVP. 2003: The coaching staff, as well as most of the fans in attendance, took notice of Mikes ability to catch the ball during fall camp, prompting head coach Mike Riley to award Hass a scholarship...he was originally listed behind James Newson at split end, but as the camp progressed it became obvious he needed to be on the field...he started the first game of the season (Sacramento State) at split end, in place of the injured Newson, and responded with 129 yards and one touchdown on six receptions...Newson returned the following week, which enabled Hass to move to flanker, where he started 11 games...he concluded the season with 1,013 yards, then the third-highest (now fourth) total for a single season in the programs history...his 77.9 yards per game average ranked ninth in the Pac-10...he and Newson became the first 1,000-yard plus duo in OSU history...he co-led the receiving corps with seven touchdowns (Newson)...he had four games of in excess of 100 yards receiving, including a 225-yard, two touchdown performance at home against Stanford...the 225 yards then represented the second-highest total in the history of the program...he later had 208, then tied for the fourth-most (now fifth) at OSU, against eventual co-national champion USC...over the final six games of the season he accounted for 717 yards and five touchdowns...one of his juggling snags against Washington State made the ESPN Plays of the Day list...he had a 90-yard reception on the second play of the USC game which gave OSU the ball at the Trojan 1. 2002: Mike played in 12 of 13 games as a redshirt freshman, mostly on special teams...he began his climb on the depth chart in spring drills prior to the 2002 season, where he started fifth at split end...he would move to fourth by the end of the drills. 2001: Redshirt. JESUIT: Hass was a three-year letterman and two-year starter at wide receiver...had 79 receptions for 1,739 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior...named The Oregonian newspapers 4A Player of the Year...earned USA Today Oregon Player of the Week once...also lettered two years in baseball as a third baseman. PERSONAL: Born in Portland, Oregon...son of Rick and Bobbi Hass...has three sisters...hobbies include summer league bowling...majoring in civil engineering. CAREER RECEIVING YARDS Year Rec. Yds Avg. TD Long 2004 86 1379 16.0 7 49 2003 44 1013 23.0 7 90 2002 0 0 0 0 0 2001 Redshirt Total 130 2392 18.4 14 90 RECEIVING GAME-BY-GAME (2004) Game Rec. Yds Avg. TD Long LSU 5 50 10.0 0 28 Boise State 12 293 24.4 3 49 New Mexico 5 60 12.0 0 20 Arizona State 14 172 12.3 1 34 California 2 26 13.0 0 19 Washington 8 98 12.3 0 17 WSU 5 99 19.8 0 31 Arizona 5 93 18.6 0 30 USC 8 119 14.9 0 25 Stanford 8 110 13.8 1 19 Oregon 9 154 17.1 2 30 Notre Dame 5 105 21.0 0 37 Totals 86 1379 16.0 7 49 RECEIVING GAME-BY-GAME (2003) Game Rec. Yds Avg. TD Long Sacramento St. 6 129 21.5 1 32 Fresno State 1 39 39.0 1 39 New Mexico St. 2 48 24.0 0 38 Boise State 1 41 41.0 0 41 Arizona State 1 9 9.0 0 9 California 0 0 0 0 0 Washington 1 30 30.0 0 30 Washington St. 3 106 35.3 1 66 Arizona 3 27 9.0 1 17 Stanford 8 225 28.1 2 53 Oregon 4 63 15.8 0 32 USC 8 208 26.0 0 90 New Mexico 6 88 14.7 1 42 Totals 44 1013 23.0 7 90 He tore up the national champion, twice! If he is available, the texans should definitely take a look at him. I don't think you would have to use a first rounder on him either. but i might be wrong, i don't pay attention to stuff like that. another guy is #4 a lb on az st, johnson. he looked pretty good as well. he had a sack and a pick. he made big plays and that's what this defense needs, a playmaker. peek and dunta can make only so many. the rest have to make some; payne, smith, johnson, g walk, babin - look in this picture - he just looks like he's doing something wrong. and why is he on the field with a linebacker? and when did Jason Babin start using stuff that hides tatoos during games? Babin, you're straight . you do nothing good and a lot of bad. the only time we hear from you is if you do something bad. look at ya jason. your playing like a girl who carves things in her wrist and a bunch of male hairdressers trying to act hard. you don't play like some crazy dude whose all tatted up should. do something. make a play! the texans need a change of pace qb, someone who can come in and mix in the run with the pass all by himself. somebody who could come in here and just give the defense a different look if Carr couldn't get things jump started. Carr is our quaterback right now... Someone through free agency, maybe like S. Wallace from Seattle. Or someone you could draft and develop maybe for a year under carr and then release carr and bring him in permanately. Someone like... Ol' Vince. Notice Vincent changed his name from Vincent to Vince. I think he grew up Just ask Michigan! Whoa! I didn't notice, messed up stuff really does happen in Japan. They just keep on coming. But for every Hideki there is an Ichiro. Back to Vince, he will be playing a guy who won a lot in the USC-Michigan Rose Bowl two years ago, No, not Pete Rose. Ol' Leinart. Leinart or Young. They're both throwbacks and I'll take either one. They just go out there and play. Wait. Won his first Rose Bowl against Michigan. Sound familiar? If either one of them are available when the Texans pick they should pick them. Whoever wins the game is who the Texans should pick. They're both just that good. It's almost like Vick or Manning, who do you want? They are two of the most valuable players to their team in the league. I'd pick Leinart first personally.