January 26, 2022

James Hodgins

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James William Hodgins (born April 30, 1977) is a former American soccer fullback.

Hodgins lives in Oakley, California and works as a Christian motivational speaker and highschool soccer coach.[7][8] After being head coach at Berean Christian Excessive Faculty in Walnut Creek, California, from 2013 to 2018, Hodgins turned head coach at Berkeley Excessive Faculty in 2019.[9]

In six video video games with the New York Jets in 2006, Hodgins made 2 receptions for 9 yards.[3] Hodgins returned a kickoff for 17 yards inside the October 22 sport in opposition to the Detroit Lions.[4]

In 2003 with the Arizona Cardinals, Hodgins started 8 of 16 video video games and rushed for six yards on 2 carries and made 14 receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns.[3] Hodgins spent the 2004 season on injured reserve as a consequence of an injured shoulder.[1] Within the 2005 season, Hodgins carried out only one sport.[3]

Attributable to a broken foot, Hodgins did not play the first seven video video games of the 2002 season.[1] Hodgins then started 8 of the ultimate 9 video video games. He rushed for 7 yards on 3 carries and made 9 catches for 47 yards.[3]

Hodgins started 10 of the 16 frequent season video video games of the 2001 season and made 4 receptions for 24 yards and his first career receiving touchdown. He moreover had 5 dashing yards on 2 carries. Hodgins moreover carried out in all three postseason video video games, along with the Rams’ Tremendous Bowl XXXVI loss to the New England Patriots. Within the Tremendous Bowl, Hodgins made a 3-yard rush and 8-yard reception.[6]

In 2000, Hodgins as soon as extra carried out 15 video video games and started two; his first start was in Week 11 (November 12) whereby he made one 3-yard reception. In his subsequent start on November 26, Hodgins did not make any receptions or rushes.[5] Total, Hodgins’ statistics have been very restricted this season, with one reception for 3 yards and a few rushes for 5 yards.[5]

Hodgins signed with the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent following the 1999 NFL Draft. As a rookie in 1999, Hodgins carried out 15 video video games, rushed for 10 yards in 7 carries with one touchdown, and made 6 receptions for 35 yards.[3] On November 28, Hodgins scored his first NFL career touchdown on a one-yard run.[1] Hodgins carried out inside the divisional spherical sport in opposition to the Minnesota Vikings.[4] The Rams later obtained Tremendous Bowl XXXIV.

At San Jose State College, Hodgins carried out 4 years on the San Jose State Spartans soccer crew from 1995 to 1998 seasons. Hodgins was a fullback for his first three seasons. In 1996 as a sophomore, Hodgins had 326 yards dashing on 70 carries and 116 yards on 16 go receptions.[1] As a junior in 1997, Hodgins rushed for 237 yards on 50 carries and made one 14-yard reception.[2] In 1998 as a senior, Hodgins moved to the road of protection as a linebacker and made 18 tackles and three sacks. He graduated from San Jose State with a sociology diploma in 1999.[1]

Hodgins graduated from Oak Grove Excessive Faculty in his birthplace of San Jose, California in 1995 and lettered in soccer, basketball, and monitor.[1]

(1977-04-30) April 30, 1977 (age 44)
San Jose, California

(1977-04-30) April 30, 1977 (age 44)
San Jose, California

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