WR Isaiah Hodgins ready for Sophomore season at OSU!


It was no big deal but at Monday's spring football practice at Prothro Field, Isaiah Hodgins showed a flash of his brilliance as a Wide Receiver. Battling a defender down the right side of the field...he gathered in a pass from QB Jake Luton with one hand. This could be a breakthrough season for Hodgins who is excited about this new era of Oregon State Football!!

His bio courtesy of the Oregon State Athletic Department.

 Enters 2018 with 31 receptions for 275 yards and two touchdowns in 11 games. Has made six startsOREGON STATE2017 (FRESHMAN)• Played in 11 games, making six starts, including in the first game of his career, at Colorado State, to open the season• Made 31 catches for 275 yards and two touchdowns• Caught at least one pass in all 11 games he played. Totaled a season-best seven catches for 48 yards against Minnesota• Caught the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter against Portland State. Also caught a touchdown pass at ArizonaBEREAN CHRISTIAN HIGH SCHOOL• Consensus four-star recruit at wide receiver• Ranked as a top five receiver in the west by Scout• Considered a top 25 receiver recruit in the nation by multiple recruiting services• Recorded 94 receptions for 1,521 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior for the Eagles in 2016• Registered 94 catches for 1,483 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2015 and added four punt return touchdowns as a junior• Named Cal-Hi Sports second team all-state following his junior year• Made 76 receptions for 1,069 yards and 17 scores in 2014• Also played basketball earning first team defense as a sophomorePERSONAL• Born October 21, 1998 in San Jose, Calif.• Son of James and Stephanie Hodgins• Has a brother, Isaac, and a sister, Imoni• Father, James Hodgins played  in the NFL for the Cardinals and Jets and won a Super Bowl with the Rams• Honor roll student• Chose Oregon State because “I felt comfortable here. I knew some of the coaches and players personally and felt like I can make an impact early”• Plans to pursue a degree in communications and would like to be a broadcaster when his football career is complete


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