|High School:||Gonzaga College High School|
as a Senior (2007): Played in all 13 games at tight end with six starts, including five of the last six contests ... ranked second on the team with 30 catches ... posted 22 receptions over the last six games of the season ... 16 of his 30 receptions came on third down, 11 of which were good for first downs ... named to the preseason watch list for the John Mackey Award, given annually to nation's top tight end ... a preseason second-team All-ACC choice by Athlon and Lindy's ... (vs. OSU in the Emerald Bowl) ... posted three receptions for 31 yards ... (vs. NCSU) ... set a career-high with 71 receiving yards on five catches to help the Terps clinch a bowl berth ... three of his five catches went for first downs ... his five receptions matched a season high ... (vs. FSU) ... started and had three catches for 49 yards, including one for a season-long 28 yards ... (vs. BC) ... caught two passes for seven yards ... (vs. UNC) ... made four catches for 30 yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... started and had a season-high five catches for 46 yards ... (vs. UVA) ... played but did not record any stats ... (vs. GT) ... made one catch for 20 yards ... (vs. RU) ... played but did not record any stats ... (vs. WFU) ... had one catch for 20 yards ... (vs. WVU) ... earned first start of the year and had two catches for 17 yards to lead all tight ends ... (vs. FIU) ... snagged one pass for eight yards ... (vs. Villanova) ... had three catches for 19 yards ... caught passes of eight yards and four yards in the second quarter to set up Maryland's first touchdown of the year.
as a Junior (2006): A honorable mention All-ACC choice at tight end ... played in all 13 games, starting six ... second-leading receiver on the team with 37 receptions for 369 yards, both career highs ... his three TD catches ranked tied for second on the team ... had 19 receptions over the final five games of the season ... earned the team's most improved offensive player award ... (vs. PU at the Champs Sports Bowl) ... had three receptions for 31 yards, including a 4-yard first-quarter TD catch which gave the Terps a 7-0 lead ... (vs. WF) ... recorded two catches for 33 yards ... (vs. BC) ... caught six passes for 45 yards ... (vs. Clemson) ... led the team with six catches for a season-high 52 yards ... (vs. FSU) ... caught one pass for a 9-yard gain ... (vs. UVa) ... caught two passes for 28 yards ... the first was a 21-yard reception over the middle in the first quarter ... (vs. GT) ... grabbed two passes for 13 yards, including a 3-yard catch under the goal posts for the team's first offensive TD of the game ... (vs. FIU) ... started and caught one pass for 10 yards ... (vs. WVU) ... had a career day, with his first touchdown of the season and second of his career ... hauled in a career-best eight passes for 51 yards ... (vs. MT) ... led the team in receptions and receiving yards, catching three balls for 45 yards ... had a 22-yard reception in the first quarter ... (vs. W&M) ... had one reception for a career-long 42 yards ... catch came on a strike down the sideline from Hollenbach on first down in the first quarter, setting up the Terps' first TD of the game ... a preseason all-league choice by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.
as a Sophomore (2005): Played in nine games as a reserve tight end ... had one reception for three yards and a touchdown ... (vs. CU) ... caught first career touchdown (on first career reception), a 3-yard strike that capped a 67-yard scoring drive.
as a Redshirt Freshman (2004): Saw action in eight games, mostly in two tight-end formations ... did not record any receiving statistics ... had the second-highest blocking grade of the season among tight ends (was in on 34 plays).
as a Freshman (2003): Redshirt season.
at Gonzaga College High School: A three-year letterwinner ... started both ways (TE/LB) as a senior ... totaled 30 catches for 375 yards and one touchdown in 2003, including a five-catch, 75-yard game against Good Counsel ... lettered as a quarterback in 2001 and a wide receiver in 2002 ... was named to the first team Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) team as a senior ... team posted a 10-0 record in 2003, winning the WCAC Championship ... also played basketball ... coached by Kenny Lucas.
Personal: Born August 28, 1984 ... parents are Maureen and Joe Haynos ... majored in economics and maintained a 3.0 GPA ... graduated in December, 2007.
Haynos' Career Statistics Receiv G-GS Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long 2004 8-0 0 0 0.0 0 0 2005 9-0 1 3 3.0 1 3 2006 13-6 37 369 10.0 3 42 2007 13-6 30 318 10.6 0 28 Career 43-12 68 687 10.1 4 42