Moved over to wide receiver starting with 2007 spring drills ... Position move enables SDSU to take advantage of his size, speed and all-around athleticism ... Had not caught a pass since his junior year in high school prior to 2007 ... Team's No. 2 quarterback in 2005 and 2006 ... Made his first career starts at quarterback in 2006 versus Wisconsin, Utah and San Jose State before missing the remainder of the year with a shoulder injury ... Saw action in six games in 2005.
2007: Appeared in 10 contests, starting six ... Missed two games due to injury ... SDSU's third-leading receiver with 32 catches for 368 yards and a pair of scores ... Also completed two passes and carried the ball four times ... Starter at one receiver spot vs. WSU ... Made his first four career catches for 52 yards and a 19-yard touchdown against the Cougars ... Five receptions for 46 yards at Arizona State ... Second career TD on SDSU's first scoring drive against Portland State, hauling in an 8-yard grab ... Five catches for a season-high 86 yards, including a long of 27, versus the Vikings ... Career-best and team season-high eight receptions for 90 yards against No. 24 Cincinnati ... Threw the longest pass of his career, a 46-yarder, on an option pass play to Vincent Brown in the win over CSU ... Five catches for 52 yards at Utah ... Did not play due to injury against New Mexico or Wyoming ... Returned to action at UNLV, but did not have a catch ... Completed a nine-yard pass to Kevin O'Connell at Air Force ... Three receptions for 30 yards in the loss to TCU ... Three rushes and one catch in the finale with BYU.
2006: Played in four games before a season-ending injury against San Jose State ... Led SDSU's late rally against UTEP ... First Aztec QB to run for a pair of touchdowns in the same game since Brian Russell in 1998 ... Completed 12-of-16 passes for a career-high 178 yards ... Also ran for 41 yards on 13 carries in the second half ... First career start at Wisconsin, logging career bests in attempts (27) and completions (15) ... Connected with Brett Swain on an 18-yard TD pass versus Utah ... Also ran for 50 yards on 11 carries against the Utes with a long of 20 ... Suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in the third quarter of the team's loss at San Jose State ... Completed seven of his nine passes for 69 yards with a long of 20 yards before leaving the game ... Missed the remainder of the season.
2005: Played in six games, including each of the team's first four outings ... Completed 50 percent of his passes (13-for-26) for 116 yards and a touchdown ... Also ran 17 times for 96 yards ... Completed a pass for nine yards and ran for 11 more vs. Wyoming ... Was in on one drive of the New Mexico contest, rushing three times ... Saw his most extensive action vs. San Jose State, engineering a pair of fourth-quarter scoring drives ... Threw his first career touchdown, a 23-yarder to DeMarco Sampson ... Also ran for 55 yards, including a long of 30, vs. the Spartans ... Connected on 2-of-5 passes for seven yards at Ohio State ... Also carried the ball once for a six-yard gain against the Buckeyes ... Appeared in the Air Force game, completing 3-of-5 passes for 26 yards ... Also had three carries for 24 yards, including a long of 15 yards ... Saw his first collegiate action in the opener against UCLA, entering the game in the second half ... Was 5-for-9 for 42 yards and also ran three times.
High School: A SuperPrep All-America quarterback ...Considered the No. 25 quarterback in the country by the publication, as well as the No. 3 prospect in Arizona ... Rivals.com listed him as the No. 19 dual-threat quarterback in the country and among the top 10 players in Arizona ... Excelled in the classroom ... Led Chaparral High School to the state semifinals as a senior and a state title as a junior ... Passed for 2,200 yards and 32 touchdowns with just three interceptions as a senior and ran for 290 yards ... All-state selection by Arizona's prep coaches as well as the Arizona Republic ... East Valley Tribune offensive player of the year ... All-state, all-divisions co-first-team quarterback.
Personal: Born April 7, 1985, in Scottsdale, Ariz. ... Son of Linda Mougey and the late Doug Mougey ... Name pronounced MOO-gee ... Graduated with his bachelor's degree in business and is currently pursuing his master's degree in public administration.
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