Derek Anderson

Derek Anderson

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Scappoose, Oregon

High School:
Scappoose

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 240

Position:
Quarterback

Experience:
4V

OSU: Derek is the first quarterback in OSU history to lead the program to three bowl games, winning two...offensive MVP of the 16th annual Insight Bowl after completing 28 of 45 pass attempts for 358 yards and four touchdowns (0 int)...the school's career record holder for touchdown passes (79), passing yardage (11,249) and total offense (10,716)...the 11,249 yards ranks 11th in the history of Division I and second in Pac-10 history (Carson Palmer, USC - 11,818)...one of six Pac-10 quarterbacks to pass for 10,000-plus yards (Carson Palmer, USC; Steve Stenstrom, Stanford; Cade McKnown, UCLA; Cody Picket, Washington; Andrew Walter, Arizona State)...2004 second team All-Pac-10...threw for a school record 29 touchdowns in 2004...passed for 709 yards, eight touchdowns and just one interception in the final two games of 2004...led the Pac-10 in `04 with a 301.2 passing yards per game average...owns 20 of OSU's top 50 single game passing marks (281 yards-plus)...started 38 consecutive games...threw at least one touchdown pass in 29 of the last 30 games...Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in a Nov. 22 victory over Oregon - 351 yards and four touchdowns...broke his own Pac-10 record in 2004 for pass attempts with 515 (510 in '03)...he and Andrew Walter (2002-2004) of Arizona State are the only quarterbacks in Pac-10 history to throw for 2,500 yards in three consecutive years...13 career games of 300-plus passing, including a school record 485 at USC in 2003...threw for 4,058 yards in 2003, only the second quarterback in Pac-10 history to eclipse 4,000 yards in one season...threw a career-high five touchdown passes vs. UNLV in 2002...completion percentage increased every season -- .415 in '01, .470 in '02, .512 in '03, and .542 in '04.

SCAPPOOSE: Anderson excelled for the Class 3A (4A is the state's largest) Cowapa League member Indians...he was the first individual ever selected the 3A Player of the Year in football and basketball in the same season...Scappoose won the state title his senior year...he was selected the top quarterback in the state and second in the nation by SuperPrep Magazine at the conclusion of his senior year...SuperPrep All-American selection, and rated the magazine's 10th best player in the nation...also earned prep All-American honors from PrepStar and Student Sports magazines...USA Today Player of the Year for Oregon...he threw for 8,177 yards and 85 touchdowns and completed 61 percent of his passes during his three-year varsity career...second team all-state as a junior...averaged 26.8 points and 10.8 rebounds during his senior year on the basketball court...for his 104-game basketball career averaged 18.6 points and 8.6 rebounds...first team all-state as a junior and senior in basketball...finished his prep career earning four letters in football and basketball, and two in track and field (shot put, hurdles, 1,600-meter relay)...played in numerous postseason all-star games in football and basketball, including the inaugural National High School All-Star game in Highland, Texas.

PERSONAL: Born in Portland, Oregon...son of Glen Anderson and Laurie Gobel...graduated from Scappoose with a 3.20 cumulative GPA...includes video games, hunting and basketball as his hobbies...participated in the Manning Passing Academy and the EA Sports Elite 11 Quarterback Camp in July of 2004...a 7-handicap golfer...majored in liberal studies.

CAREER PASSING YARDS

Year	Att.	Comp.	Int.	Yds	PCT	TD	Long
2004	515	279	17	3,615	.542	29	55
2003	510	261	24	4,058	.512	24	90
2002	449	211	13	3,313	.470	25	86
2001	41	17	3	263	.415	1	43
Total	1515	768	57	11,249	.507	79	90

CAREER RUSHING YARDS Year Car. YG YL NYG TD 2004 75 147 299 -152 2 2003 57 100 225 -125 4 2002 45 36 267 -231 2 2001 5 4 29 -25 0 Total 182 287 820 -533 8

CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE Year Plays Yards 2004 590 3,463 2003 567 3,933 2002 494 3,082 2001 46 238 Total 1697 10,716

PASSING GAME-BY-GAME 2004 Opponent Att. Comp. Int Yds TD LSU 47 26 1 231 3 Boise State 42 22 4 411 4 New Mexico 50 24 0 274 2 Arizona State 53 29 2 384 1 California 34 14 2 137 0 Washington 40 26 0 286 1 Washington St. 39 18 1 270 3 Arizona 31 17 0 249 2 USC 51 22 2 330 3 Stanford 42 29 4 334 3 Oregon 41 24 1 351 4 Notre Dame 45 28 0 358 4 Totals 515 279 17 3,615 29

2003 Opponent Att. Comp. Int Yds TD Sacramento St. 35 17 0 273 2 Fresno State 44 15 5 285 1 New Mexico St. 30 17 2 233 1 Boise State 37 19 0 408 1 Arizona State 29 15 3 246 2 California 27 18 1 224 2 Washington 48 21 3 344 1 Washington St. 42 16 2 276 1 Arizona 32 21 0 308 4 Stanford 48 26 1 383 4 Oregon 45 21 2 271 1 USC 60 34 4 485 2 New Mexico 33 21 1 322 2 Totals 510 261 24 4,058 24

2002 Opponent Att. Comp. Int Yds TD E. Kentucky 26 15 0 345 3 Temple 51 33 0 286 4 UNLV 26 20 0 356 5 Fresno State 20 9 1 214 3 USC 30 8 0 80 0 UCLA 41 16 2 260 2 Arizona State 40 16 3 224 0 California 24 8 0 80 0 Arizona 28 12 0 239 1 Washington 40 15 5 250 1 Stanford 41 17 1 290 1 Oregon 37 21 0 370 4 Pittsburgh 45 21 1 319 1 Total 449 211 13 3,313 25

2001 Opponent Att. Comp. Int Yds TD UCLA 3 0 0 0 0 Washington St. 14 6 1 96 0 Arizona 12 6 1 78 1 California 6 2 0 17 0 N. Arizona 6 3 1 72 0 Total 41 17 3 263 1

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