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DuJuan Daniels

Indianapolis, IN

High School:
Bishop Chatard

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 182

Wide Reciever

Back on the team after recovering from injury?one catch for five yards vs. Central Michigan?aided Eagles special teams as a kickoff returner?one return for 16 yards vs. West Virginia?four catches for 25 yards on the season.

2000 Season
The fifth-leading receiver on the Eagles with 15 receptions for 161 yards...played in 10 games as a reserve, missing the Miami game with a leg injury...had a career-high four receptions for 86 yards against Navy (Sept. 23)...also had multiple reception games vs. West Virginia (Sept. 2) with two, Connecticut (Oct. 7) with three, Pittsburgh (Oct. 21) with two and Temple with two (Nov. 4)...led the team with 13 kickoff returns for 260 yards and a long of 30.

1999 Season
Appeared in all 11 games plus the bowl game?made the move from cornerback to wide receiver following BC?s win over Baylor?scored touchdowns on his first career offensive play and kick return?brought in eight passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns?returned 11 kickoffs for 302 yards or 27.5 yards per return?returned the opening kickoff against Syracuse 100 yards for a touchdown; it was the first kick that he had returned in his career?caught a 64-yard touchdown pass in the Navy game on his first play ever on offense?hauled in a 21-yard touchdown pass a week later at Rutgers?won BC?s freshman Outstanding Male Scholar-Athlete award.

1998 Season
Saw significant time as a true freshman for the Eagles, starting seven games...made 12 stops on the year (nine solo)...season-high four versus Navy...registered three versus Louisville and two against Notre Dame...Made two tackles behind the line of scrimmage, one each versus Louisville and Navy...hauled down two interceptions (Miami, Georgia Tech).

High School
Indiana?s Mr. Football in 1997, Daniels finished his career with 3,900 rushing yards and 48 rushing touchdowns, all in two seasons; also made 89 career receptions, including 13 TD grabs...earned USA Today?s Indiana Player of the Year honor as a senior running back/defensive back at Bishop Chatard...captured All-America honors from Tom Lemming...earned all-state and all-city accolades while leading his team to the Class 3A state title...led the state in rushing as a senior, gaining 2,509 yards on 312 carries; enjoyed two 325-yard rushing games...finished the 1997 season with a state-high 254 points (35 rushing touchdowns, six receiving touchdowns, one interception return for a TD and one two-point conversion)...played for head coach Craig Barr...was also a member of his school?s track team; ran a 10.68 in the 100 meters.

DuJuan LaMonte Daniels, born November 7, honor roll student at Bishop Chatard, he is now enrolled in the College of Arts & Letters with a major in communications...served as an orientation leader for Boston College?s First-Year Experience program during the summer of 2001?DuJuan and his older sister Raquel are the children of Catherine Legg.

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