Fourth-year walk-on provides depth at placekicker . . . AS A JUNIOR: Did not see game action . . . AS A SOPHOMORE: Did not see playing time in 2006 . . . AS A FRESHMAN: Handled the placekicking chores for the last five games of the 2005 season . . . scored 14 points, hitting all 11 extra-point tries (1.000) and just 1-of-5 field-goal attempts (.200) . . . made 1-of-3 field-goal attempts vs. Minnesota, converting from 31 yards . . . HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Two-year starter for Coach Mike Nate at Bridgman (Mich.) High School where he played wide receiver, cornerback and safety in addition to taking care of the placekicking duties . . . solid all-around athlete also returned punts and kickoffs . . . one of seven football finalists for the 2004-05 Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) Scholar-Athlete Award . . . connected on 9-of-11 field-goal attempts (.818) as a senior, including a 41-yarder . . . earned All-Southwest Michigan honors after setting Bridgman single-season records for receptions (49) and receiving yards (624) . . . three of his catches resulted in touchdowns in 2004 . . . also intercepted three passes as a senior . . . kicked a career-long 47-yard field goal vs. Buchanan as a junior . . . attended Kohl's Professional Kicking Camp where he ranked among the top 10 kickers in field goals and kickoffs . . . four-year starter as goalkeeper for the Bees' soccer team . . . garnered second-team all-state honors as a senior while posting a 0.89 goals-against average . . . three-year starter at shooting guard for Bridgman where he earned the reputation of being a defensive stopper . . . son of Michael and Cindy Haughey . . . born March 12, 1986 . . . majoring in kinesiology.