Cody Hussey
Cody Hussey


Lumberton, Texas

High School:
Lumberton HS

Last College:
Panhandle State

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 185



2010: Played in 10 games and finished third on the team in rushing with 217 yards ... Averaged 3.7 yards per carry on 58 rushing attempts ... Carried the ball 13 times for a season-high 77 yards in home-opening 21-14 win over Webber International (9/11) ... Finished with seven carries for 41 yards, including a season-long run of 17 yards, in 14-0 homecoming victory over Langston (10/9) ... Added 10 catches on the season for 69 yards, with a long of 15 yards at Stephen F. Austin (9/25) ... His 286 all-purpose yards were seventh-best on the team.

At Panhandle State: Played the 2008 season as a slot receiver for Panhandle State in Guymon, Okla. ... Caught 19 passes for 146 yards.

High School: Won the 2007 Willie Ray Smith Award as the Best Offensive Player in Southeast Texas after helping lead Lumberton to its first-ever district championship in football ... Coach Alvin Credeur's Raiders went on to post an 11-2 record and advance to the Class 4A regional semifinals ... Playing tailback, Hussey set the school rushing record with 1,807 yards on 390 carries, averaging 4.6 yards per carry ... Best game was 260 yards and four touchdowns vs. Beaumont Central ... Honored on The Beaumont Enterprise's Super Gold Team and the Class 4A All-State Team ... Also starred at linebacker and was a three-year letterman in baseball and two-year letterman in basketball ... Was chosen to the All-District 20-4A team as a designated hitter after his senior season.

Personal: Cody Hussey was born on Sept. 26, 1989 ... Son of John and Tammy Hussey ... Has a younger brother, Skyler and two younger sisters, Ashlee and Karlee ... Majoring in electrical engineering.

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