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  Bryce Bohlander
Bryce Bohlander

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Keizer, OR

High School:
McNary

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 296

Position:
OT

Birthdate:
12/17/1980

Experience:
3V

UCLA — This talented true senior has steadily developed into an outstanding offensive lineman who should contend for post-season honors … Bryce has been a fixture at left tackle since the end of his freshman season and enters the 2002 season with 25 straight starts, the longest streak among the current lineman … He has developed into a solid run blocker and pass blocker … Bohlander utilizes good technique, plays with good pad level and finishes his blocks well … He is a smart, confident, strong and aggressive performer.

2001 — In his second full season as a starter, Bohlander started all 11 games at left tackle … Made 47 KO blocks on the year and graded at 85% in eight of his 11 starts … Had six KO blocks in the game at Alabama … Graded out at 89% and had five KOs at Kansas … Totaled six KO blocks versus Ohio State … Received an 89% grade in the game at Oregon State and had six KOs … Earned a 95% grade in the game against Washington in which DeShaun Foster rushed for a school record 301 yards … Had a 90% grade and six KOs in the game against California … Given an 89% grade versus Oregon … Was on the field for at least 60 plays in nine games with a high of 82 in the Arizona State game … Had a grade of 93% with KOs in that contest.

2000 — In his first season as a full-time starter, Bohlander started all 12 games and was in the games virtually all of the time … He played at least 60 snaps eight times, including 86 against Alabama, 85 at California, 81 versus Fresno State and 80 against Michigan and Arizona State … Also played regularly on the PAT/field goal unit.

1999 — Appeared in all 11 games as a true freshman … Served as the No. 2 left tackle through the first nine games of the year and then moved into the starting lineup for the Washington and USC games … Played 70 snaps against the Huskies and 61 versus the Trojans … Also played 42 snaps in relief at Oregon State and 31 versus Boise State … Overall, he played at least 20 snaps in seven of 11 games … Played on the PAT/field goal unit in the final two games.

HIGH SCHOOL — Earned three varsity letters in football as an offensive and defensive lineman for coach Tom Smythe at Keizer, OR McNary High … Parade All-American … A SuperPrep All-American who was rated the nation’s No. 3 offensive lineman and the No. 3 player in the Northwest region … Rated the nation’s No. 38 player by SuperPrep … Rated the No. 32 player in the nation by Tom Lemming (The Sporting News.com) … Rated the No. 37 player in the nation by Cornwell’s 100 … Member of PrepStar Dream Team … Rated the nation’s No. 12 offensive lineman and No. 2 in the Western Region by PrepStar … A Super 30 All-Western selection by PrepStar … Rated nation’s No. 30 player and No. 4 offensive lineman by Bobby Burton/ESPN.com … Rated the No. 32 player in the nation by RivalNet … Rated No. 4 (tied) among offensive tackles by the National Recruiting Advisor … Rated the No. 63 player in the nation by The Sporting News … Member of RivalNet’s 22-man All-America team … Member of Dallas Morning News National 100 … Member of fansonly.com Top 100 … Member of CBS SportsLine/PrepStar Top 100 … Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram National 100 … Member of Orange County Register Fab 15 … Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West squad with eight votes … Member of Tacoma News-Tribune Western 100 … Considered by some as the top offensive lineman on the West Coast … PrepStar pre-season Dream Team member … PrepStar pre-season Super 30 All-West selection … In SuperPrep’s pre-season issue, he was ranked the No. 24 offensive lineman and the No. 8 prospect among all players in the Northwest region … As a senior, he allowed zero sacks and three tackles … As a junior, he allowed zero sacks and just five tackles … Team finished his four seasons with a 43-4 record … Team earned league championships in his last three seasons … State champs as a junior … Second-team All-State … Also lettered three years in basketball for coach Larry Gahr … Named third team all-league as a senior … Lettered three years in track (shot put and discus) for coach Greg Marks.

PERSONAL — Full Name: Bryson John Bohlander … Born: December 17, 1980 in Salem, OR … Parents: John and Susan Bohlander … Has one older brother, Ryan … Lists his biggest thrill in sports as being his junior season when his team went 14-0 and won the state championship in a 51-48 game … Bo Jackson is one of the athletes he admires the most … Hobbies include hunting, fishing, golf and music … Becoming a stockbroker is a career objective … Earned spot on the Director’s Honor Roll in Fall 2000 (3.43 GPA), Winter 2001 (3.20), Spring 2001 (3.43), Fall 2001 (3.33) and Winter 2002 (3.43) … Political Science major.


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