Dugans caught 105 passes for 1,520 yards and seven touchdowns at Florida State. He tallied five receptions for 99 yards and two touchdowns in the 2000 Sugar Bowl win over Virginia Tech.
NFL Playing Experience
Dugans spent five years in the National Football League, the first four with the Cincinnati Bengals and one season with the Houston Texans. He was a third-round pick of the Bengals in 2000.
Tutored a young group of wide recivers in 2012, which included Damian Copeland's career-best 50-reception season for 628 yards and DeVante Parker's career-high 10 touchdowns. Parker earned first team All-BIG EAST accolades.
In 2011, Dugans tutored true freshman Eli Rogers to lead the Cardinals in receptions with 41, and red-shirt freshman Michaelee Harris caught 37 passes for a team-high 455 yards. True freshman DeVante Parker caught a team-high six touchdown passes on just 18 receptions.
Dugans oversaw a unit that was consistent in 2010, and made a number of big plays led by senior Doug Beaumont, who paced the Cardinals with 41 receptions for 440 yards and a score.
Georgia Southern wide receiver Raja Andrews broke several school records during his senior campaign, en route to finishing 15th nationally in receptions per game and 20th in receiving yards.
Andrews also smashed the single-season records in receptions by 25 (64), receiving yards by 200 (873) and most games gaining 100 receiving yards by three (5).
In 2008, the speedy receiver corps accounted for the majority of the team's 42 receptions of 20-plus yards.
During the 2007 season the receivers corps caught eight touchdown passes, including the third-longest completion in program history (Michael McIntosh, 81 yards). That year Andrews nearly set the season receptions record, finishing one shy of the mark.
FSU ended its 7-6 season with a victory over UCLA in the Emerald Bowl. The year prior, he worked as a graduate assistant with the Florida State Strength and Conditioning program.