Two former student-athletes return to finish their studies.
The Wolf Pack went 75 yards in two minutes, 12 seconds to pull within one score late in the game.
Tribute highlights celebration of Wolf Pack students, athletically and academically.
Postgame Notes: Arizona 35, Nevada 28
Cody Fajardo led the Wolf Pack with 321 yards and three touchdowns
SENIOR (2016) – Finished his career as one of the top receivers in Nevada program history … Hauled in 156 receptions in his career, 11 of which went for touchdowns … Fell just 53 receiving yards shy of reaching 2,000 in his career, finishing with 1,947 which ranks 16th all-time at Nevada … Caught 30 passes in his final year with the Wolf Pack, third-most on the team … Accumulated 301 receiving yards on the year which ranked fourth on the team and caught two touchdown passes … In the game against Wyoming (10/22) he made a season-best seven receptions for 89 yards, which was also a season-high … Made a season-long grab of 22 yards in the season finale win at UNLV (11/26) … Hauled in his first touchdown catch of the year at Purdue (9/24) where he made four catches for 35 yards … His second TD reception of the year came in the San Diego State game (11/12) … Began the year on the preseason watch list for the Biletnikoff Award and also earned preseason honors from Athlon Sports … Played 10 of 12 games, sitting out two due to injury … Letter winner.
JUNIOR (2015) - Started in all 13 games and tallied 52 receptions for 741 yards and four touchdowns … Ranked second on the team and sixth in the conference with 57.0 receiving yards per game … Also ranked second on the team and eighth in the MW in total receptions … Ranked second on the team with four touchdown receptions … Caught at least two passes in every game on the season … Tallied a season-high with 136 receiving yards and a touchdown on five receptions in Nevada’s win over Fresno State, earning Nevada’s offensive player of the week award … Also eclipsed 100 yards with a season-high eight receptions and 112 yards at Wyoming … Caught touchdown passes against Arizona, Texas A&M, Fresno State and San Jose State … Averaged 14.3 yards per reception, which led the team and ranked seventh in the conference …. Caught a 22-yard pass in Nevada’s last-minute, game-winning drive in the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl as the Wolf Pack tallied its first bowl victory since 2011 … In the preseason, was named to Athlon Sports and Phil Steele’s Preseason All-MW Third Team … Letter winner.
SOPHOMORE (2014) - Named to Phil Steele’s All-Mountain West Third Team … Played in the opening 10 games of the season with eight starts at wide receiver … Missed the final three games of the season after suffering an injury at Air Force … Ranked third on the team in receiving yards … Finished ranked ninth in the MW with 4.5 reception per game … Posted 45 receptions, 579 yards and four touchdowns … Led the team in yards per catch (12.9) among players with at least 10 receptions … Had a breakout performance on homecoming against Boise State with seven catches and 141 yards – his first 100-yard receiving effort of the season … Caught TD passes against Arizona, Colorado State, Hawai’i and Air Force … Had a season-long 34-yard reception against Boise State and was credited with 10 explosive plays on the season … Letter winner.
REDSHIRT FRESHMAN (2013) - Converted from quarterback to wide receiver during spring drills and excelled in the offseason … Played in all 12 games with three starts as he enjoyed somewhat of a breakout season … Was fourth on the team with 29 catches for 326 yards … First career touchdown catch, and only TD of the season, came against Fresno State in which he established a career high with five catches for 82 yards … Set new career highs with 10 catches for 110 yards at Colorado State … Caught 23 passes over the team’s final four games … Letter winner.
FRESHMAN (2012) - Joined the team as a true freshman and redshirted his first season at Nevada.
HIGH SCHOOL - A graduate of Las Vegas (Nev.) High School … Was a two-time all-state and all-conference selection for the Wildcats … Earned eight varsity letters – four in football and four in basketball … Was also a two-time all-state and all-conference pick in basketball.
PERSONAL - Born Hasaan Shahib Henderson on Dec. 27, 1993 … Son of Kishambi and Alzim Henderson … Has one brother and three sisters … Majoring in general studies… Had recruiting interest from Arkansas, Washington, UNLV, Hawai`i and Utah State but chose Nevada because of the program and the coaching staff … Sports hero is Cam Newton.