CAL University of Pennsylvania
Position: Offensive Line
Hometown: Hammond, La.
High School: Hammond
Transfer from Ole Miss ... played three seasons for the Rebels (2008-10)
Rishaw has been a tough and consistent starter for small-school Cal U in Pennsylvania. He is a transfer from Ole Miss, and there are questions that arise from his departure there. He is a reliable backup option early as an athletic big body, and he has fourth-round value. Rishaw is a good run blocker who sticks on his blocks and is quick to get into them off the line. He shows a pop to jolt back defenders. He has good foot quickness in pass protection and is a technically sound interior lineman. Some teams will not like his dismissal from Ole Miss, but some will see it as a way to get an athletic player late in the draft because of how it affects his value. He is an unreliable pass protector and has to work in close quarters to be productive.
Jermaine Kearse Washington
Hometown: Lakewood, Wash.
High School: Lakes
Height / Weight: 6-2 / 208
2011: Played in all 13 games and started 12 of 13 (all but Utah) at one wide receiver position ... named a team captain prior to the start of the season ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... finished his career ranked No. 2 on the UW career charts for receptions (180), receiving yards (2,871) and receiving TDs (29) ... had a great game in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor, catching five passes for 198 yards and an 80-yard touchdown ... 198 yards were sixth-most in UW single-game history ... had a pair of two-TD games during the season: vs. Hawai'i and at Nebraska ... caught just two passes vs. the Warriors, for 30 yards, but both were TDs ... five receptions for 69 yards and two scores at Nebraska ... made a season-high seven catches for 70 yards and a score in the win at Utah ... season-high 84 yards on five catches, including one score, vs. Colorado ... four catches each at Stanford and vs. Arizona ... made five receptions for 62 yards in the Apple Cup win over Washington State ... won the team's Tyee Sports Council Community Service Award at the team's postseason banquet.
Alamo Bowl Highlights
Sean McGrath Henderson State
Sean McGrath Henderson State
6-5 • 230 •
Consensus Draft Services Preseason All-American selection. D2Football.com Preseason All-American selection.
2010: First-Team All-Gulf South Conference selection . . . Also earned First-Team Daktronics All-Region honors . . . Caught 55 passes for 656 yards and four touchdowns . . . Recorded a season-best 130 yards on eight receptions against West Georgia . . . Also had eight catches against Southeastern Oklahoma and North Alabama . . . Averaged 59.6 yards per game and 11.9 yards per reception.
COLLEGE: Attended Eastern Illinois University where he start at tight end . . . Totaled 30 catches for 300 yards and three touchdowns . . . Also played on special teams.
Jon Opperud Montana
Hometown: Portland, Ore.
High School: Milwaukie HS
Height / Weight: 6-7 / 300
Montana: Jon will be starting for the third season in a row in 2011. He has played in 35 career games, and started in 24. He did not participate in spring drills because of an injury, but is expected to be OK by fall camp.
2010: He started in 10 of 11 games (he missed the opener due to an injury) at left tackle. He was moved from guard to tackle in the spring. "Oppie" was one of the reasons the Grizzlies were ranked 16th in the FCS in scoring (31.73 points a game) and 28th in passing offense (233.55 yards per game).
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Portland State University Football
Hometown: Palmdale, CA
High School: Highland
Should be a team leader and one of the best defensive backs in the Big Sky Conference this year... outstanding size, speed and skills and the potential to play on Sundays... so good that teams have made it a point to throw away from him, cutting down on his interception total... has 147 tackles, nine interceptions, four fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles, 21 pass breakups in his career... has led the team in pass breakups the last three years... ranks tenth all-time in interceptions at Portland State... along with Braedyn Eagle leads all returners in career games (33) and the only Viking to start every game for three seasons... named preseason All-Big Sky Conference.
JUNIOR SEASON • 2010
Started all 11 games for the third straight year... moved to safety on occasion late in the season, starting the last two games at that position... named second team All-Big Sky Conference... selected by his teammates as the team’s Most Outstanding Defensive Back... had 51 tackles to rank fourth on the team... had team-highs of seven pass breakups and two fumble recoveries... made five tackles for loss and one sack... no interceptions, but didn’t see the ball thrown his way a lot... performed well against two Pac-10 opponents... made a career-high nine tackles with one for loss and a pass breakup at Oregon (9/11)... made six tackles with two for losses and a sack at Arizona State (9/4)... made two fumble recoveries in the win at UC Davis (9/11)... had two other games with six tackles... named a team captain... an outstanding student who earned Academic All-Big Sky Conference.
Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
High School: Washington
Last College: El Camino CC
Height / Weight: 6-5 / 266
Position: DE / TE
El Camino CC: Recorded 45 tackles, eight blocked kicks and five interceptions at El Camino CC
Washington Prep: Was named first-team all-Marine League on offense and second team on defense ... played in the All-City Gridiron Game and was named one of the top-two tight ends in Los Angeles coming out of high school ... was a track standout earning Mission League titles in the long jump, and triple jump, and as a member of the 4x100- and 4x400-meter relays.
Personal: Born Dec. 10, 1988.
Lavasier Tuinei Oregon
Position: Wide Receiver
City/State: Arcadia, Ind.
High School: Hamilton Heights HS
Other College: Golden West C.C.
Experience: 2 Letters
2011 — Rose Bowl Offensive Player of the Game with career-highs of eight catches and 158 yards to go with a pair of touchdowns in win over Wisconsin … Selected to play in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl in Carson, Calif. … Team’s leading receiver with 48 receptions and 10 touchdowns ranked second in yards with 599 … Made three catches for 20 yards in win vs. UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship Game … Caught two passes for 15 yards in victory over Oregon State … Five receptions for 34 yards in loss vs. USC … Had two grabs for 12 yards, including a 4-yard TD for the Ducks first score of the game in win at Stanford … Four receptions for 25 yards at Washington … Had a team-high 86 yards on four catches, including a 19-yard TD and a career-best 55-yard reception for a touchdown in win vs. Washington State … His lone reception went for 31 yards in win at Colorado … Caught two passes for 28 yards including a 28-yard grab for a TD vs. Arizona State … A pair of catches for 13 yards and a touchdown in win vs. Cal, following one catch for 15 yards at Arizona … Had a career-high 90 yards on four grabs, including two touchdowns of 8 and 34 yards in win over Missouri State … Three receptions for 25 yards and a TD vs. Nevada … Seven grabs for 47 grabs against LSU …Hauled in a game-high six passes for 46 yards to lead the Green Team to a 16-0 win in the spring game.
2010 — A ten-game starter, ranked third in receptions with 36 and fourth in yards with 396 despite missing two and a half games due to an injury suffered at Cal … Second-leading receiver in the BCS Championship Game with 75 yards on three catches, including a career-long 43-yard receptions … Career-high seven catches against both USC and Washington … Totaled 47 yards vs. the Huskies and a career-best 78 - including a 33-yard TD - against the Trojans … Made three grabs for 40 yards vs. UCLA, following one catch for 14 yards at Washington State … Five receptions for 47 yards in win vs. Stanford … Had four catches for 27 yards on win at ASU … His 12-yard catch vs. Portland State kept the Ducks’ scoring drive alive as they converted a march with a quick TD just before the end of the first half … Made three catches for 45 yards, including his first career touchdown on a 29-yard grab in win at Tennessee … Had two receptions for 11 yards in win vs. New Mexico … Tied for the third-fastest among receivers in the electronic 40-yard dash with a time of 4.82.
Hometown: Grand Prairie, Texas
High School: South Grand Prairie
Height / Weight: 6-0 / 192
Career: Ranks first on Purdue career field goal percentage at .715 (37-51) and third with 37 field goals ... owns the top four longest field goals in school history (59, 55, 53 and 52).
2010: Honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches and media) ... appeared in all 12 games ... made 15 of 19 field goals, including his final eight straight, with a long of 52 ... successfully converted all 27 PAT attempts ... averaged 65.2 yards on kickoffs, including 11 touchbacks, to help Purdue lead the Big Ten in kickoff coverage ... was 5 of 6 on field goal attempts of 40 or more yards ... also punted 22 times with an average of 36.4 yards per kick with a long of 59 and nine falling inside the opposition's 20-yardline ... booted a 49-yard field goal against Toledo on Sept. 25 ... went 3 for 3 on field goal attempts against Michigan on Nov. 13, including a long of 46 ... kicked a 52-yard field goal at No. 11 Michigan State on Nov. 20, fourth longest in school history.
Carson Wiggs 67 yard Field Goal 2011 Purdue Spring Football
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