5 Tom Hemmingsen
2011: ALL-GREAT WEST CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM... Appeared in all 11 games, starting nine at receiver... Exploded on offense to lead the receiving core in nearly every statistical category... Had team highs in catches (50), yards (622), touchdowns (7), longest catch (50 yards), yards per game (56.5) and all purpose yards (730)... Recorded multiple touchdowns on two separate occasions, including a pair of scores in the home-opening win vs. San Diego... Set career highs with 10 catches for 141 yards and two touchdowns vs. Humboldt State... His 50-yarder came vs. UTSA and set up an Aggie touchdown en route to the win... Tallied two or more catches in every game, including seven games with four or more grabs... Also served as the primary punt returner, averaging 11.0 yards on nine returns with a long of 25 yards.
2010: Appeared in all 11 games, making 2 starts... Caught 13 passes for 140 yards and 2 touchdowns... First collegiate TD was game-winning 4-yarder with 1:26 remaining at San Jose State... Served as primary punt returner (14-for-27) and secondary kickoff returner (1-for-25)... Posted season-long 24 yard punt return vs. San Diego, starting Aggies on Torero 43-yard line in 4th quarter... Had season bests of 3 catches and 36 yards (plus a TD) vs. South Alabama.
2009: Won GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as team's outstanding redshirt... Voted as Scout Offense Player of the Week three times: Western Oregon, Winston-Salem State and North Dakota (tied).
MONTE VISTA HS '09: Earned first-team All-East Bay Athletic League and second-team All-Metro honors as a senior wideout... Posted 59 catches for 1,100 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2008, improving from 50-600-7 the year before... Added two TDs as a kick and punt returner as a senior.
PERSONAL: Born in Vallejo, Calif.... Economics major... Parents are Dana & Yvonne Hemmingsen... Career highlight was a game vs. Pittsburg HS: 9-for-230 receiving with two TD catches plus a 63-yard punt return TD... Moment(s) in history he wishes he could have seen are all five 49ers Super Bowl victories.