Florida State Seminoles
- Year: Senior
As a Recruit: Haggins was recruited from Lakeland (Lakeland, FL) class of 2010. He committed to Florida State on 7/22/2009.
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2013 OUTLOOK:Senior slot receiver who is a converted high school quarterback whose athleticism and speed makes him an elusive receiver especially in the open field. Also a good blocker in the run game. His experience and knowledge of the offense should make for a good final season.
2012: Played in 13 games as a junior...caught eight passes for a career-high 108 yards...posted a 13.5 yards per reception average which is fourth overall on the team...had an impressive game to open the season against Murray State by catching three passes for 34 yards...his career-long 42-yard catch on 3rd-and-10 in the first quarter against Boston College helped extend a drive and led to a touchdown.
2011: Came into the season with just one catch and was on his way to making a huge impact before breaking his right hand versus Oklahoma...finished the season with 11 catches for 94 yards, averaging 8.5 yards per catch in seven games played...had a team-best four catches for 45 yards against Oklahoma...made a miraculous comeback playing at Duke missing just two games after sustaining his hand injury...in his first career start against ULM, hauled in five catches for 28 yards from his slot position.
2010: Played in seven games mostly on special teams...played a few snaps on offense and recorded his first career catch on a 4-yard grab against Samford.
PERSONAL: Quarterbacked the Lakeland Dreadnaughts as a senior but moved to receiver at FSU...a three-star prospect according to both Rivals and Scout.com...finished with a No. 84 ranking in Florida Rivals Postseason Top 100...ranked No. 42 in the SuperPrep Florida 115...ESPN ranked Haggins as No. 46 athlete nationally...led Lakeland to the 5A state semifinals, losing to Tampa Plant...was a third team 5A All-State selection as a utility player in 2008 when the Dreadnaughts lost to St. Thomas Aquinas in the state championship...as a senior threw for 1,512 yards and 17 TDs with just four interceptions...rushed for 525 yards and seven TDs...passed for 1,303 yards and 14 TDs in 2008, while adding 298 rushing yards and one score...blessed with 4.4 speed...nephew of FSU assistant coach and Polk County native Odell Haggins...two-time, first team All-Polk selection...chose the Seminoles over Florida, Louisville, Ohio State, USF and Tennessee...born January 17, 1992.
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- Gray Shirt
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- Medical Redshirt
- Primary (Inactive)
- Secondary (Inactive)
- Keeper (Inactive)