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11 Beavers Recognized By Pro Football Focus

Dec 1, 2021

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Quarterback Chance Nolan and wide receiver Trevon Bradford have both been named First-Team All-Pac 12 performers by Pro Football Focus. The two highlight 11 total selections for the Beavers.
 
Defensive back Alton Julian and punter Luke Loecher were each named third team, while running back B.J. Baylor, offensive linemen Nathan Eldridge, Nous Keobounnam and Brandon Kipper and defensive back Kitan Oladapo were named third team. Wide receiver Tre'Shaun Harrison and offensive lineman Joshua Gray were named honorable mention.
 
Nolan ended the regular season as one of the Pac-12's leading passers, posting a 149.47 passer rating. He threw for 2,414 yards and 19 touchdowns, completing 183 of his 288 passes attempted (63.5 percent).
 
Bradford, meanwhile, totaled 40 receptions and 606 yards for his redshirt senior season. He scored five touchdowns and averaged 15.2 yards per catch, which ranks fifth in the Pac-12.
 
Julian played in seven games, totaling 34 tackles with half a tackle for loss. He intercepted a pass versus USC and also totaled three pass breakups on the season. Loecher punted 28 times and averaged 47.7 yards per attempt, trapping opponents inside their 20 12 times.
 
Eldridge, Keobounnam, Kipper and Gray are part of an offensive line that has helped OSU to nearly 218 rushing yards per game. The line has allowed just 10 sacks, which is tied for the fourth-fewest in the nation. Opponents also have just 40 tackles for loss against the Beavers this season, which is third-fewest nationally.
 
Oladapo finished the regular season tied for third on the Beavers with 63 tackles. He added one sack with eight pass deflections and one quarterback hurry.
 
Harrison caught 25 passes for 346 yards in his first full season with the Beavers. The wide receiver also caught touchdowns against USC, Colorado and Arizona State.
 
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