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Chris Hawkins

Class: r-Sr.
Position: OL
Height: 6-3
Weight: 285 pounds
Previous School: Henry Clay
Hometown: Lexington, KY

2010: Played in nine games and collected two starts ... Had 231 total snaps on the season ... Missed the Minnesota game due to an injury ... Had 13 snaps against APSU in his return ... Saw late action in win over Louisiana ... Played 39 snaps at center against ASU following injury to Colin Boss ... Started at center against North Texas and played 66 snaps to lead all linemen ... Took over at center for an injured Colin Boss at FIU and played 44 snaps ... Started in bowl game against Miami and had 36 snaps.

2009: Played in 10 games and had one start ... Had 118 total snaps with a season-high 22 against Mississippi State ... Earned two winning grades from the coaching staff ... Made just his second career start against Mississippi State as the team's center.

2008: Competed in eight games and had one start ... Played 104 total snaps, including a season-high 42 at Arkansas State ... Earned three winning grades from the coaches and all three came on special teams ... Did not play against Troy or Maryland due to a knee injury ... Came back and saw limited action against Kentucky ... Earned his first collegiate start at right guard against Arkansas State ... Did not play at FIU or Louisville due to a knee injury ... Came back to play the last four games of the year in a limited role.

2007: Played in three total games ... Presented the Jeanne Massaquoi Freshman Academic Award at the conclusion of spring practice ... Missed the FAU, Louisville, LSU, and WKU games due to a knee injury ... Made his collegiate debut in the win over FIU and played 32 snaps ... Did not play against Virginia ... Was in on three snaps at center against Arkansas State and also played at North Texas.

2006: Took a redshirt year in order to improve strength and gain experience at the collegiate level.

High School: Earned all-state and all-city honors as a senior while starting every game for Henry Clay High School ... Graded out at 93.2 percent and became the first lineman in school history to earn a perfect grade of 100 percent in a game during the 2005 season... Was also a team captain and tabbed the top lineman at Henry Clay as a senior ... Started every game as a junior and graded out at 89.3 percent and started eight games as a sophomore ... Played for Coach Sam Simpson.

Full Name: Christopher MacKenzie Hawkins ... Parents: John and Connie Hawkins... Born: 10/26/87 ... Major: Concrete Industry Management.



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