Appeared in only one game as Cal's punter last year after entering the Berkeley campus last fall after a stellar career at Sierra College ... was expected to compete with Tyler Fredrickson at both punter and placekicker last season, but never really got consistent playing time . enjoyed a productive 2004 spring practice, re-establishing himself as a bona fide candidate for the punting job . will compete with incoming Australian David Lonie for the starting spot . 2003 . made his Cal punting debut in the season opener before a national television audience on ESPN, but he never found his groove, averaging 34.0 yards on six punts against No. 7 ranked Kansas State.
Junior College/High School/Personal:
A first team all-conference placekicker and punter following Sierra's 10-1 season in 2002, which included a league championship and a win in the Shrine Bowl Game ... connected on 9-of-12 field goal attempts, with a long of 47 yards ... converted 49-of-52 extra-point attempts ... averaged 45.2 yards per punt, tops among California JC punters ... named to the JC Athletic Bureau's 2002 All-California team ... named league MVP in soccer his senior year at Roseville HS ... earned first team all-league in basketball as a senior and first team all-league in soccer as both a junior and senior ... parents are Daren and Carol Everett.born Dec. 23, 1982 in Tacoma, WA . undeclared major.
EVERETT'S CAREER STATISTICS