|DOUGLAS' PERSONAL FILE|
Full Name: Cody Deran Douglas
Born: Nov. 25, 1983
Coach at La Marque High School: Larry Walker
TENNESSEE TRIVIA - Married to the former Richae' Mangum of La Marque, Texas ... Captured Harvey Robinson Award as most improved offensive performer of 2003 spring practice.
CAREER GAMES/STARTS - 31/15
2004 - Games/Starts: 9/6 ... Returned to form in SEC Championship Game and Cotton Bowl after missing most of second half of 2004 with foot injury ... Started first five games of last season but only one of last eight ... Foot injury occurred at Georgia and kept him out of following week's Mississippi game ... Also sat out Alabama game ... Did not start at South Carolina but played most of second half ... Returned to starting lineup vs. Notre Dame ... Missed Vanderbilt and Kentucky games due to lingering foot ailment.
2003 - Games/Starts: 13/9 ... Started eight consecutive games during regular season, then added start in Peach Bowl vs. Clemson ... Made first career start in Vols' SEC opener at Florida ... Started at right guard position.
2002 - Games/Starts: 9/0 ... First collegiate appearance was against Wyoming ... Playing time increased as season progressed ... Saw action in nine games, including last seven regular season contests and Peach Bowl ... Playing time came at left tackle.
HIGH SCHOOL - Named All-America by PrepStar and Tom Lemming ... Selected third team All-State as junior and first team as senior ... Named All-District and All-County by Galveston Daily News ... First-team All-Mainland Texas (Gulf Coast) selection junior and senior seasons ... Helped La Marque to 9-3 record and second round of state playoffs as senior ... Recorded more than 100 pancake blocks and graded out at better than 90 percent final two seasons ... Played in U.S. Army All-America Bowl and named Speed and Strength All-America ... Team made playoffs all three seasons, with record of 30-9 ... Competed in powerlifting, with best combined mark of 1,700 pounds ... Region 4 powerlifting champ and third in state ... One of five winners of Franklin D. Watkins Award, given to nation's top African-American scholar athletes each year.