CAREER Signed with the San Francisco 49ers....A redshirt senior...Played in 36 regular season games with four starts for 640 plays and also played in the 2000 Citrus Bowl, 2001 Sugar Bowl and 2002 Orange Bowl...A 2000 SEC Academic Honor Roll selection...34 career receptions for 414 yards (12.2 avg.) and five touchdowns
2001 SEASON A redshirt senior who was part of the rotation at wide receiver...Injured a knee in spring practice and underwent surgery and did not return to practice until August 20th...Played in nine of 11 regular season games (all but Auburn, Georgia) for 121 plays...Also played in the Orange Bowl...Five catches on the season for 71 yards (14.2 avg.)...Caught three passes for 36 yards vs. Florida State
2000: Was a part of the rotation at wide receiver...Played in all 12 regular season games with three starts (Kentucky, South Carolina and SEC Championship game vs. Auburn)...Also played in the Sugar Bowl...Started spring drills on the defense at strong safety but was moved back to wide receiver during the last week of practice due to injuries at that position...A SEC Academic Honor Roll selection...Co-recipient of squad's Unselfish Award at the conclusion of spring drills...18 catches for 249 yards (13.8 average) and two TDs...304 plays tied for third best total on squad for a receiver...Ranked third on the squad in receiving yards (249) and fifth in receptions (18) ...Two receptions for 43 yards and recorded his career-long reception of 28 yards vs. Kentucky...Three receptions for 39 yards and one touchdown, his first of the season, vs. Mississippi State...Three receptions for 42 yards vs. South Carolina...Two receptions for 10 yards and one TD (12 yards) in SEC Championship game vs. Auburn...
1999: Played in all 12 games with one start (Kentucky) for 216 plays... Also played in Citrus Bowl... 11 receptions for 94 yards (8.5 avg.) and two touchdowns... 11 receptions ranked seventh on the squad... Made first two career receptions vs. Western Michigan for 21 yards... Led team in receptions vs. Central Florida with six for 55 yards, including his first career touchdown reception (5-yarder from Jesse Palmer)... One reception (7-yard touchdown pass from Doug Johnson) vs. Kentucky in first career start... One reception (3-yard touchdown pass from Doug Johnson) vs. Florida State... Received the Most Improved Wide Receiver Award during spring...
1998: Saw action in four regular season games (The Citadel, Northeast Louisiana, Kentucky, Georgia) for 14 plays... 1997: Did not see any game action and was redshirted... Worked with the scout team at wide receiver...
Prep: One of the state's elite wide receivers in 1996 who earned prep All-America recognition... A first-team All-State choice (3A) who garnered prep All-America recognition from USA Today and Prep Star... Ranked among the top 10 receivers in the SEC region by Prep Star... Named to Florida's prestigious Super Seniors Team... Caught 45 passes for 845 yards (18.8 avg.) and seven TDs in 1996, while rushing for 287 yards (8.0 avg.) with three TDs... Also registered 36 tackles and three interceptions as a defensive back, two of which he returned for touchdowns... High school coaches were Gene Foster and Val Gunn... Won the state 3A championship in 1996 in the 200-meter dash with a time of 21.87... Also set a school record with 1,280 career points scored for high school basketball team... Named to the Who's Who's Among American High School Students in 1994 and 1995... Also visited Florida State and Ohio State...
Personal: Born Brian Lamar Haugabrook on October 18, 1978 in Leesburg, Florida... Parents: Willie and Gloria Haugabrook... Favorite actor is Eddie Murphy...
Receptions: 6 (Central Florida, 1999)
Receiving yards: 55 (Central Florida, 1999)
Receiving Touchdowns: 1 (Five times, most recently 2000 SEC Championship game vs. Auburn)
Longest Reception: 28 (Kentucky, 2000)