2003 College Football News Freshman All-America (second team) 2003 All-Sun Belt Conference (second team) 2004 Big West Conference Scholar-Athlete
Quickly: The most experienced player in the Aggie secondary... Should be the starter at free safety. 2005 (Jr.): Started the first seven games of the season... Finished the year fourth on the team with 60 tackles... Tied for the team lead with two interceptions... His picks came against Fresno State and New Mexico State... Recorded a season-best 11 tackles in the season opener against Utah... Had nine stops against Idaho and eight vs. Boise State... Twice had six tackles in a game (UNLV and Louisiana Tech). 2004 (So.): Played the first two games of the season before suffering a season-ending injury... That injury also kept him out of spring practice in 2005... Made 13 tackles against Alabama, one shy of his career best of 14 against New Mexico State in 2003... Had his first career sack against Alabama as well... Had five stops against Idaho before being injured. 2003 (Fr.): Named second-team Freshman All-America by the College Football News... Earned second-team all-Sun Belt Conference honors... Named the team's outstanding freshman... Started the last eight games of the year... Recorded 93 tackles on the year... Had five interceptions and four passes broken up... Ranked among the top 10 freshmen in the country in tackles per game and was second among the nation's freshmen in interceptions... His five pickoffs also ranked 29th overall in the NCAA and were the most by an Aggie since Johndale Carty had six in 1997... Registered 10 or more tackles in five games... Had 14 stops at New Mexico State, while recording 12 at Nebraska, 11 at Idaho and 10 each against North Texas and Troy State... His interceptions came against Utah, Arizona State, UL-Monroe, Arkansas State and Middle Tennessee. 2002 (RS): Redshirted his first year at Utah State. High School: Converted to running back his senior year after playing at wide receiver his junior year... Rushed for 370 yards in three and one-half games before a knee injury ended his senior year prematurely... Also competed in track and basketball... Was on the honor roll four years and was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born June 26, 1984 in Shiprock, N.M... Son of Darryl and Patricia Washington... Father played football and basketball at Fort Lewis College... Has one sister... Plans to major in finance at USU... Hobbies are sports and video games... Is also active in church activities.