Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Stanley Havili University of Southern California 2011 NFL Prospect

  Stanley Havili
Stanley Havili
Player Profile
RS Senior
Salt Lake City, UT
High School:
Height / Weight:
6-1 / 225

CAREER: His 84 career receptions are the most ever by a USC fullback and rank 25th on the USC career pass catching list.
2010: The veteran Havili, an outstanding runner and receiver as well as blocker, looks to start for his fourth season at fullback as a senior in 2010.
2009: Havili started for his third season at fullback as a junior in 2009. Overall in 2009 while appearing in 11 games (all but Oregon State and Oregon) and starting 10 times (all but Oregon State, Oregon, Arizona State), he ran for 138 yards on 21 carries (6.6 avg.) and caught 22 passes for 298 yards (13.5 avg.) with 2 TDs. He sprained his shoulder at Notre Dame and missed the Oregon State and Oregon games.
He ran for 10 yards on 2 carries and caught 3 passes for 26 yards against San Jose State, caught 2 passes for 24 yards at Ohio State, rushed for 59 yards on 6 carries and led USC with 4 receptions for 36 yards at Washington, ran for 11 yards on 2 carries and caught 3 passes for 46 yards against Washington State, had a 56-yard reception at California and had a 19-yard catch and 5-yard run at Notre Dame. He caught 2 passes for 8 yards against Stanford, had 14 yards on 3 carries against UCLA and ran for 37 yards on 5 carries against Arizona. He caught 6 passes for 83 yards (both career highs), with 53- and 5-yard TDs, ran for 2 yards on 2 carries and made a tackle against Boston College.
2008: Havili started for his second season at fullback as a sophomore in 2008. Overall while appearing in 12 games (he was academically ineligible for the Penn State game) and starting all but the UCLA and Penn State contests, he ran for 71 yards on 13 carries (5.5 avg.) and caught 24 passes for 324 yards (13.5 avg.) with 3 TDs.
At Virginia, he had a 5-yard run and a 14-yard catch, then he caught 5 passes for 49 yards, including a 35-yard TD, and added 9 yards on 2 carries against Ohio State. He had a 2-yard run at Oregon State, 10 yards on 2 carries and 9 yards on 2 receptions versus Oregon and 5 receptions for 60 yards and an 11-yard run at Washington State. He caught a team-best 5 passes for 67 yards, including a 30-yard TD that proved decisive, and also ran for 17 yards on 3 carries at Arizona. He had 13 yards on 2 carries against Washington, caught 3 passes for 27 yards and had a 4-yard run versus California and caught 2 passes for 59 yards (with a 50-yard TD) at Stanford. He caught a 39-yard pass against Notre Dame, but sprained both ankles (which limited his playing time the following game at UCLA).
2007: Havili, who showed great promise at fullback in 2006 before getting hurt, started all of his 2007 redshirt freshman season and had a good showing. Overall in 2007 while starting all 13 games, he gained 134 yards on 21 carries (6.4 avg.) with 2 TDs and caught 34 passes for 248 yards (7.3 avg.) with 5 TDs. He was a 2007 Phil Steele's All-Pac-10 honorable mention pick.
He had a game-best 5 receptions for 22 yards (including a 3-yard score) against Idaho to become the first fullback to top Troy in catches since Charlie Landrigan did so in 2001 against Notre Dame. At Nebraska, he ran for 52 yards on 2 carries (including a 50-yarder on USC's opening play) with a 2-yard TD run and caught 3 passes for 22 yards with a 5-yard TD. He had a 1-yard scoring run and caught 2 passes for 16 yards against Washington State, then caught 1 pass for no yards at Washington. He caught 2 passes for 11 yards and had a 7-yard run versus Stanford. He gained 7 yards on 2 carries and 4 yards on 3 catches against Arizona. He ran for 31 yards on 6 carries and caught 3 passes for 18 yards (including a 5-yard TD) at Notre Dame. He ran for 10 yards on 3 carries and had another 10 yards on 3 receptions at Oregon. He had 1 catch for no yards against Oregon State, then caught a 5-yard TD pass at California. He caught 2 passes for 11 yards (with a 5-yard TD grab) and had a 2-yard rush at Arizona State. He caught 4 passes for 66 yards and ran for 9 yards on 2 carries against UCLA. He had 4 receptions for 63 yards and also a 5-yard run versus Illinois.
2006: Havili was off to a fast start as a freshman fullback in 2006, his first year at USC, but he broke his left leg at Arizona and was sidelined the rest of the year, allowing him to redshirt because of the early-season injury. He appeared in the first 3 games (on special teams against Nebraska and Arkansas, then starting at fullback at Arizona before getting hurt). Overall in 2006, he had 4 catches for 24 yards (6.0 avg.), all at Arizona. He and tailback Emmanuel Moody became the first USC true freshmen fullback/tailback combo to start a game together when they did so at Arizona.
HIGH SCHOOL: He earned 2005 Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, Super Prep All-Midlands, Prep Star All-Midlands, Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100, All-State 4A first team and All-Utah Region 6 MVP honors as a senior fullback at Cottonwood High in Salt Lake City (Ut.). He had 2,652 all-purpose yards (including 1,500 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards) and scored 32 TDs in 2005. As a junior in 2004, he made All-State first team and All-Region as he rushed for 1,900 yards on 224 carries (8.5 avg.) with 23 TDs. Current Trojan John Martinez also prepped at Cottonwood.
PERSONAL: He's a public policy, management and planning major at USC.
STANLEY HAVILI ON: His size and speed: "I think there is an advantage to not being the biggest fullback out there with my speed. Speed is the name of the game and if you can play this game fast but aren't the biggest guy out there, it will help you move around. I like being smaller and more agile."
WHAT OTHERS SAY: USC head coach Lane Kiffin: "He's a very unique fullback who can catch the ball, run, block and even play on the outside in formations. He has continued to expand his role. He's fun to have as you get to game planning. And I enjoy watching him in his leadership role."
Former USC quarterback John David Booty: "He adds a whole other dimension to the offense."

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