Isaac Hodgins Named To Comeback Player Of The Year Watch List
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State defensive lineman Isaac Hodgins has been named to the Comeback Player of the Year watch list, which was released Wednesday by College Sports Communicators and the Associated Press.
The award recognizes college football student-athletes from all divisions of college football for overcoming injury, illness, or other circumstances. At the conclusion of each season, in a vote by a panel of writers, editors, and sports information directors, three college football student-athletes are honored as Comeback Player of the Year Award winners at the PlayStation® Fiesta Bowl.
Hodgins, from Oakley, Calif.,did not play in 2021. In 2022, he has played in all six games as the Beavers prepare to play Washington State Saturday in Corvallis. He has nine tackles with half a tackle for loss.
A redshirt junior in 2022, he has played in 37 career games, totaling 85 tackles with 10 tackles for loss, five sacks and a pass deflection.
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