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Name: John Haggerty III 
College: Western Kentucky     Number: 47
Height: 6-5   Weight: 225
Position: P  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.95
   40 Time: 5.05
  40 High: 5.17
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: PGuy...2020: 2ndC...PSTPOYC/P1stC/PGuy...2019: 1stC

 John Haggerty III, Western Kentucky, Player News


  Two Western Kentucky football players were named 2020-21 College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-Americans, the organization announced Monday. Punter John Haggerty III earned first-team honors, while Juwuan Jones garnered second-team distinction. Haggerty and Jones are the seventh and eighth CoSIDA Academic All-Americans in program history and the first since defensive back Brian Lowder in 2002. It is the first time the Hilltoppers have had multiple Academic All-Americans in the same season.

The only other Conference USA player to be a 2020-21 Academic All-American was defensive end Tyriq Harris of Charlotte. Meanwhile, there were no other players from Kentucky schools.

Haggerty's first two seasons playing American football have been the two best punting seasons in WKU's 102-season program history. The Sydney, Australia, native averaged 45.9 yards on 45 punts in 2019, then followed it up with an average of 45.7 yards on 56 punts in 2019. Of his 101 total punts, 37 have been 50-plus yards and 37 have been inside the opponent's 20-yard line, while only six have gone for touchbacks. - BG Daily News


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  2020 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): P-John Haggerty, R-So., WKU,...Haggerty made an immediate impact on The Hill in 2019, setting the program's all-time punting average with 45.9 yards per boot (45 for 2,064 total yards) and earning C-USA First Team honors. He set the standard once again in his second year, upping that mark to 46.0 yards per punt (53 for 2,436 total yards). The Sydney, Australia, native earned C-USA Special Teams Player of the Week honors after an 8-punt, 426-yard (53.3 average) career day vs. FIU. - Western Kentucky Football

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  NOV 23 CONFERENCE USA SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Even though there was a kick return touchdown by the opposing team in the game, it was the Hilltoppers' punter who made the greatest special teams impact. WKU senior P John Haggerty recorded eight punts for 426 yards in the Hilltoppers' 38-21 victory against FIU for a season-best gross average of 53.25 yards. The senior booted six punts of 50+ yards while also pinning four punts inside the 20, including a game-high 63-yarder that stopped by itself on the 1-yard line. Haggerty currently ranks 12th in the nation with a 45.96 gross average on the season. - Conference USA Football

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  Western Kentucky senior John Haggerty was named the Ray Guy Award Punter of the Week for his performance against Louisville, the organization announced Tuesday. The honor marks the first time that a Hilltopper has earned the Ray Guy Award Punter of the Week since Nov. 7, 2018, when Alex Rinella received the recognition for his performance in a game against Middle Tennessee. In Saturday's loss to the Cardinals, Haggerty punted five times for a total of 231 yards, equaling out to a gross average of 46.2 yards per punt. Only one of his punts were returned, for 7 yards, which put his net average at 44.8 yards per punt.

Haggerty's longest punt of the night was a 55-yarder, and three of his five punts were either downed or fair caught inside the 20-yard line. "I was really proud of our special teams," WKU head coach Tyson Helton said Monday. "I thought they did a great job in the game. Our punter, John Haggerty, was fabulous with a 46-yard average and to be able to change field position over and over." Haggerty had already earned multiple honors leading up to the start of the 2020 season, being voted the Conference USA Preseason Special Teams Player of the Year while also being named to the Preseason All-Conference USA First Team by both Phil Steele and Athlon Sports. - BG Daily News


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  2020 PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE USA TEAM (COACHES): P John Haggerty, r-Sr., WKU,...Haggerty made an immediate impact in his first season with the Hilltoppers after coming to WKU from Sydney, Australia. He boomed 45 punts for 2,064 yards in 13 games, for a gross average of 45.9 yards, which ranked first in C-USA and set a single-season program record for the Hilltoppers. - Western Kentucky Football

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  2020 PRESEASON CONFERENCE USA COACHES SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: John Haggerty, R-Sr., P, WKU,...Haggerty made an immediate impact for the Hilltoppers in his first season playing American football, earning First Team All-Conference USA honors. The Australian set the all-time WKU program record with a 45.9-yard average per punt, which ranked 13th in FBS, while his 42.1-yard net average was 10th. Haggerty had 17 kicks of 50+ yards after WKU had 18 such kicks from 2016-2018 combined and also had 50+ yard punts on 38 percent of his 46 punts, which ranked ninth in the FBS. He had 18 punts inside the 20 yard line compared to only two touchbacks, and nine fair catches by opponents compared to only 19 returns for 130 yards. - Conference USA Football

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  2020 PRESEASON RAY GUY AWARD WATCH LIST: John Haggerty, Western Kentucky,...Haggerty is the lone Conference USA punter mentioned out of the 19 initial watch listers overall. So far during the 2020 preseason, the Sydney, Australia, native has also been named First Team All-CUSA by both Athlon Sports and Phil Steele. Haggerty made an immediate impact on The Hill in his first season playing American football. He set the all-time WKU program record with 45.9 yards per punt, which ranked 13th in FBS, while his 42.1-yard net average was 10th. He had 17 kicks of 50+ yards after WKU had 18 such kicks from 2016-2018 combined and also had 50+ yard punts on 38% of his 46 punts, which ranked ninth in FBS. He had 18 punts inside the 20 yard line compared to only two touchbacks, and nine fair catches by opponents compared to only 19 returns for 130 yards. - Western Kentucky Football

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  2019 ALL-CONFERENCE USA FIRST TEAM (COACHES): P John Haggerty, Jr., WKU,...Haggerty made an immediate impact in his first season playing American football after coming to The Hill from Sydney, Australia. He boomed 42 punts for 1,941 yards in 12 games, for a gross average of 46.2 yards, which leads C-USA and currently stands as the all-time, single-season program record. He has pinned 16 punts inside the 20-yard line compared to only two touchbacks, while his 16 punts of 50-plus yards lead the league despite having only the 12th-most total attempts. Additionally, WKU leads the league with a 41.7 net punting average. - Western Kentucky Football

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