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2010: Will miss the rest of the 2010 season due to a knee injury suffered in the fourth quarter of UC's season-opening 28-14 loss at Fresno State ... was injured on a kickoff return ... will undergo surgery performed by UC's Director of Orthopedic Services Dr. Angelo Colosimo at UC Hospital at a later date ... prior to his injury, he had made six catches for 68 yards and returned three kickoffs for 41 yards.
2009: Sat out the season fulfilling NCAA transfer requirements ... participated in spring football the last two seasons ... USC's leading receiver in 2007, but was hampered by injuries in 2008 ... had 57 catches for 586 yards and four touchdowns at USC.
2008 (USC): Appeared in eight games, catching six balls for 38 yards ... had five catches for 33 yards against Virginia ... also had one catch for five yards against Stanford.
2007(USC): Started most of his 2007 sophomore season at wide receiver (flanker) and emerged as one of USC's key pass catchers ... appeared in all 13 games in 2007, starting nine times ... had 50 receptions (second on USC) for 540 yards (10.8 avg.) and four TDs ... started the Idaho opener and then USC's final eight games at flanker ... his 50 catches in 2007 is 25th on USC's season list ... had four receptions for 44 yards (including a spectacular 1-handed, 1-yard TD grab) against Idaho ... had a 2-yard catch at Nebraska, then added six receptions for 47 yards with a 20-yard TD against Washington State ... had a 6-yard catch at Washington, then added four catches for 58 yards against Stanford and three catches for 24 yards against Arizona ... had three receptions for 80 yards (including a zigzagging 48-yard TD) at Notre Dame ... caught a game-high and career-best eight passes for 88 yards at Oregon ... had a game-high five catches for 53 yards against Oregon State, then had four catches for 50 yards at California and five receptions for 36 yards at Arizona State (also gained 12 rushing yards on a lateral pass) ... had five catches for 47 yards against UCLA ... had a 5-yard reception against Illinois.
2006 (USC): A backup wide receiver as a freshman in 2006, his first year at USC ... appeared in 11 games (all but Nebraska and UCLA) ... caught an eight yard pass (against Washington) and ran a reverse seven yards (at Oregon State).
Hargrave Military Academy: Was a 2005 Super Prep Elite 50, Prep Star Dream Team, ESPN 150, Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, EA Sports All-American third team, U.S. Army All-American Game participant, Super Prep All-Mid Atlantic Offensive MVP and Prep Star All-Atlantic choice as a senior wide receiver and defensive back at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham (Va.) ... he had 41 receptions for 942 yards (23.0 avg.) with 13 TDs in 2005.
Moore Catholic High School: As a junior in 2005 at Moore Catholic High in State Island (N.Y.),caught 39 passes for 784 yards (20.1 avg.) with 17 TDs, ran for 240 yards with four scores and posted 38 tackles, three sacks, and two interceptions for TDs.
Vidal D. Hazelton: Born Jan. 29, 1988 ... son of Dexter Hazelton.
Academic Major: Sociology.