Rex Hadnot
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    Rex Hadnot

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Lufkin, Texas

    High School:
    Lufkin HS

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 310

    Position:
    Center/Guard

    Experience:
    3L

    Has developed into one of the top offensive linemen in Conference USA...listed as the starter at center heading into fall camp...teams with another senior, Al James to form one of the top tandems in the league...forceful run blocker who has speed and agility to pull on traps and counters ...also is a punishing pass protector with a strong base and good upper body strength...showed versatility last season with play at center...could start at either left guard or center this season...is an honors candidate again in 2003...could find himself on the Watch Lists for both the Lombardi Award and/or the Rimington Award...2002: Started every game last season...starting streak is now at 23 straight games...named Second Team, All-Conference USA...also picked up Conference USA First Team honors from CollegeFootballNews.com...did not allowed a sack in 11 of 12 games...only sack came in season opener versus Rice...was named UH Offensive Player of the Week for performance against Texas...graded out at 85% against nationally-ranked Longhorns...recorded seven pancakes, 13 knockdowns and four ESPN blocks in that contest...set team records with 160 pancake blocks, 196 knockdown blocks and 122 ESPN blocks...yearly grade average is 89 percent...2001: Started every game...did not give up a sack in over 400 passing attempts...averaged out at 86 percent all season long...was named UH Offensive Player of the Week versus TCU and Southern Miss...had a season-high 19 knockdown blocks against Southern Miss...also had double-digit knockdown blocks against Cincinnati (12), South Florida (17) and Louisville (11)...recorded 104 knockdown blocks on througout the year...also registered 46 pancake and 30 "ESPN" blocks...was named Conference USA First Team by CollegeFootball.com ...2000: Played in all 11 games as a redshirt freshman...spent the season as a backup to Nathan Woody and Darnerius Watson at the guard position...saw some action on the Cougar special teams, lining up on field goals and extra points...1999: Redshirted as a true freshman...High School: Named the best offensive lineman in District 12-5A in 1998...First-Team All-District 12-5A selection...helped lead his team to a 10-4 overall record and the quarterfinals of the state playoffs...started on the offensive line during his junior and senior years...named to the Second-Team All-District squad as a junior in 1997...Personal: Born January 28, 1982, in Lufkin, Texas...parents are Eva Ashworth and Rex Hadnot, Sr....also recruited by Arkansas , Auburn and Texas A&M...majoring in economics.

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