2016 NFL Draft
  Brandon Breazell
Brandon Breazell

Player Profile

Fresno, CA

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 162





Utah 44, UCLA 6

No. 11 UCLA falls to Utah in Salt Lake City.

UCLA -- Brandon is one of three returning starters at wide receiver and figures to be a key performer in 2007 ... Possesses great quickness, good hands and good speed ... Has the ability to run after catch ... Missed the latter half of Spring Practice with a partial tear of the left posterior cruciate ligament but figures to be ready for Fall camp.

2006 -- Played in all of UCLA's 13 games, starting 10 times ... Made 21 catches on the year, ranking fifth (tied) on the the team ... His 389 yards ranked second on the squad, his four receiving touchdowns ranked second and his 18.5 average was the best on the team among players with more than two receptions ... His 21 receptions also produced 16 first downs and/or four touchdowns ... In the 2006 opener against Utah, he made three catches for 49 yards and three first downs ... His 12-yard reception on the game's first play started UCLA's 79-yard touchdown drive ... He also gained 12 yards on a reverse in the first quarter ... He made one catch against Rice for an 18-yard touchdown in the left corner of the end zone to give UCLA a 26-10 lead ... At Washington, he made three receptions for 30 yards and also gained 13 yards on a reverse ... Against Stanford, he made two receptions for 28 yards, including two first downs ... Against Arizona, he led the team with a career-best five catches for 57 yards and four first downs ... He had receptions of 25 and 19 yards ... At Oregon, he made three receptions for 29 yards ... At Notre Dame, he made one catch for nine yards ... Against Washington State, he strained a muscle in his rib area prior to the game and played just a few early snaps ... He came off the bench but did not make a reception against either California or Oregon State ... At Arizona State, he made two receptions for 91 yards and two touchdowns ... On the first one, just 6:36 into the game, he broke free down the middle, made the catch and outran a defender to the end zone for a 56-yard touchdown ... His second TD came with 6:41 left in the game and UCLA leading just 17-12 when he went up and took the ball away from a would-be defender with one hand for a 35-yard score ... The 91 yards set a career high, as did the two scores ... He did not make a reception versus USC ... In the Emerald Bowl, he scored UCLA's first touchdown on a 78-yard catch-and-run down the middle ... It was the longest reception of his career, UCLA's longest offensive play of the season and ranked 15th (tied) on UCLA's list of longest pass plays in school history.

2005 -- On the year, his 24 receptions ranked fifth on the squad while his four receiving touchdowns ranked second (tied) .... Of his 24 receptions, 12 produced either first downs (11) or touchdowns (four) ... He ranked third on the squad with six touchdowns and averaged 43.5 yards on two kickoff returns ... Played in all 12 games ... Breazell came off the bench to contribute 40 all-purpose yards at San Diego State ... Made one reception for 15 yards and ran a reverse for 25 yards to the one-yard line, setting up a touchdown ... Against Rice, he made four receptions for 75 yards and the first touchdown of his career (11 yards) ... Also made a 48-yard reception on UCLA's third touchdown drive ... Made two receptions for 13 yards against Oklahoma, including a big third down catch to pick up a first down on the touchdown drive which put UCLA up 27-17 ... Made two receptions for 26 yards versus Washington ... Against California, he made two receptions for 33 yards, including a long of 24 ... At Washington State, he made four receptions for 21 yards and ran for 16 on a reverse ... Against Oregon State, he made two receptions for 53 yards, including a 46-yard touchdown ... At Stanford, he made three receptions for 28 yards and scored the game-winning touchdown ... His 23-yard over-the-shoulder grab in the end zone in overtime gave the Bruins the victory ... At Arizona, he made one reception for nine yards ... Against Arizona State, he made one reception for seven yards and a touchdown ... His score, on which he just got his left foot down while diving for the catch, broke a 28-28 tie with 4:18 left in the third quarter ... Did not make a reception versus USC ... Against Northwestern, he earned Sun Bowl Special Teams Player of the Game honors ... With 2:29 remaining and UCLA holding a 36-31 lead, he grabbed an onside kick and raced 42 yards for a touchdown ... With 24 seconds remaining following a Northwestern touchdown, Breazell fielded another onside kick and returned this one 45 yards for his second touchdown ... He also made two receptions for 17 yards.

2004 -- Earned a spot in the receiver rotation ... Played in 11 of the 12 games, missing at Washington ... Earned a start against San Diego State ... Played 24 snaps against Arizona, 23 versus San Diego State and 21 at Cal ... Made two receptions for 15 yards at Cal ... Carried twice on reverses for three net rushing yards vs. USC.

HIGH SCHOOL -- Lettered three seasons at Edison HS under coach Tim McDonald as a wide receiver and defensive back ... Rated as the No. 43 prospect in the state of California by SuperPrep ... Three-star selection by TheInsiders.com ... Ranked as the No. 43 WR prospect by TheInsiders.com ... Two-star selection by rivals.com ... Member of the Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 ... Third-team all-state selection (Cal-HiSports.com) ... Named Edison High MVP ... Had 55 catches for 1,150 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior ... Picked off two passes and had only three balls caught against him all season as a defensive back ... Lettered in baseball as a centerfielder for coach Cliff Roid ... Played two seasons of basketball for coach Ron Gonzales ... Also ran track for one season.

PERSONAL -- Full Name: Brandon Jermaine Breazell ... Born: June 12, 1986 in Fresno, CA ... Parents: Efrem Breazell and Marlo Burks ... Lists his biggest thrill in sports as being a role model for kids ... Lists NFL standouts Deion Sanders and Jerry Rice as the famous athletes he admires ... Enjoys spending time with his family and friends ... Spends his free time going to the movies, riding and talking on the phone ... History major.

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Career Highs
Receptions: 5 vs. Arizona, 2006
Receiving Yards: 91 vs. Arizona State, 2006
Receiving Touchdowns: 2 vs. Arizona State, 2006